Please be advised the Meadowridge Board of Directors Meeting -- scheduled for tonight, Thursday, June 17th, at 5:30 pm has been CANCELED. The Board greatly appreciates your cooperation and understanding. If any members have questions, concerns, or comments, please submit these in writing via the meadowridgereno.com website "comment form" or by email. All questions, concerns, and or statements are forwarded to the Board and HOA Manager for review. Please allow 48/72 hours to receive a … [Read more...] about June 17th Board Meeting is Canceled.
Owners of the vacant site of the former Lakeridge Tennis Club are now planning to build eight 4-story buildings to house 314 condominium units. Reno’s Planning Commissioners approved those plans on March 17, 2021, but 18 individuals have each filed appeals to City Council. Those appeals will be heard during City Council’s meeting on April 28, 2021. In January 2021, City Council heard a presentation from Councilmember Naomi Duerr, requesting City Council initiate a rezoning of … [Read more...] about “6000 Plumas St. Redevelopment”
The latest proposal to redevelop the site of the former Lakeridge Tennis Club involves building 314 condos on the 9.3-acre parcel, in eight 4-story buildings that will tower over the quiet neighborhood consisting of 2 story homes and 2 story apartments. Reno’s Planning Commission will hold a hearing on Wednesday, March 17th to decide whether to approve a Tentative Map and Minor Conditional Use Permit to allow building more than 20 units on the property. Anyone who commutes on S. McCarran in … [Read more...] about Latest Proposal for Lakeridge Tennis Club Project
The Board has received complaints recently about cars and other vehicle parking for days or weeks in the two guest parking areas on Meadowridge Drive. The remedy for that is for the board to have those vehicles tagged and, when the law allows, towed. We’d rather not and ask that all homeowners take note of the restrictions, respecting the ability of others to use the guest parking as it is intended. While the board would rather not, the continued violation will leave us with no choice. As a … [Read more...] about Guest Parking
Meadowridge encompasses 20 acres and includes 97 homes, private roads, walking paths, expansive landscaping, a pond, and approximately 300 trees. This is in addition to the clubhouse, swimming pool, tennis courts, and playground. The HOA, by law, maintains the streets, landscaping, and amenities. The most significant annual expenses are for maintenance of the park-like setting. As the board enters into budget season, we thought it would be helpful for homeowners to have the bigger … [Read more...] about A Few Meadowridge Facts