How do I get approval to install a fence, shed, or another home improvement?
Complete the MDCC Improvement Request Form (this form can be found under the MPOA Documents link on the website) and submit that form along with all required documents to the MPOA mailing address. Please allow up to 30 days for approval. Approvals will be granted through the Postal Service mail. It is important that you save this approval form and do not start any work until you have that form.
How do I leave a message for the Board?
You may contact the Meadows POA via Ardsley Management at 317-253-1401
. Calls will be answered by a live person Monday-Friday from 8:30am-5:00pm.
If you call after office hours, please remember the following when leaving your message:
1. Speak slowly and clearly
2. Provide the following information:
a. Say and spell both your first and last name
b. Meadows address
c. Phone number
d. Reason for your call
e. if you would like an email response, please include your email address
Again, please speak slowly and clearly, it is greatly appreciated.
You may also contact the Board by using the Contact Us page on the website, by mail at
Meadows POA, 3002 East 56th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46220, or by fax at 317-259-0387.
How do I report excessive cars parked in the street?
Please do not contact the Meadows POA Directors or Ardsley Management asking us to take care of the issue. We have been advised by the Noblesville Police Department to have residents contact them and they will come out and evaluate the situation.
Pool, How do I get a new Pool Fob?
If your Pool Fob has become lost or damaged, you may send a check for $25/Fob to the (Meadows POA, 3002 East 56th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46220-0887) and we will send you a new Fob. If possible please indicate the first five digits of the Pool Fob number you still have in your possession, so that we may check that the status and settings are set correctly within the system.
If your Fob is no longer working, please contact Ardsley Management at (317) 253-1401 (8:30am-5:00pm). You will need to provide the Pool Fob number found on the back of Fob and indicate the problem (i.e. light on key fob reader remains red; light on the key fob reader flashes red) in order to determine if the Pool Fob can be re-activated. Again, If the Fob is damaged, there will be a $25/Fob fee for a replacement.
Pool, What are the Pool Hours?
2020 POOL HOURS
The pool officially opens May 24th Memorial Day weekend 11:00AM-8:00PM
Starting May 29 11:00AM-8:00PM Friday, Saturday and Sunday
If there is a problem with your pool fob, please contact the Meadows POA via Ardsley Management at 317-253-1404 (8:30am-5:00pm, Monday-Friday) or contact the Meadows via the website. The pool company does not have extra pool fobs they will not be able activate or deactivate your fobs. Nor can they just let you in, so please don’t ask them.
Note: Letting other residents into the pool by use of your fob is not permitted. Violators of this policy can have their pool privileges suspended.
All residents are expected to use their own fobs. If your privileges have been suspended, please do not put others pool privileges at risk by asking them to let you into the pool.
Pool, Why does my pool fob not no longer work ?
Homeowners who got new or replacement pool fobs after April 2018 may encounter a problem with access to the pool facility. The only way to confirm these fobs are working properly is to bring the fob to the pool and have it physically checked; the fix cannot be done remotely. If you received a pool fob(s) after April 2018, please contact Ardsley Management at (317) 253-1401 (8:30am-5:00pm).
There could be a legitimate reason as to why your fob does not work. If you any have unpaid dues, fees or you have received a 2nd violation notice and not yet corrected the problem, your pool privileges may have been suspended.
If you believe that the above does not apply to you and your fob does not work, please contact Ardsley Management at (317) 253-1401 (8:30am-5:00pm). If fobs are lost or damaged you will be charged a $25 replacement fee.
Note: all Fobs remain the property of the MPOA and are only assigned to the lot address for resident's use.
Mailbox, What is the official mailbox post stain color, where can I get it?
Here is the wood stain information.
The official color stain for our mailbox posts sold at Otto's Street Solutions is a Woodsman Sagebrush.
Unfortunately this stain is no longer available on it's own, however an approximate match can be found at Lowe's. Reference : Olympic brand solid color stain, (Jefferson Tan) sold by the the quart.
One quart will do 5-6 mailbox posts.
Mailbox, Where can I get an approved mail box and/or Post?
MAILBOX REPLACEMENT INFORMATION
It is required that mailboxes meet the original standards set in place by the developer, which includes consistent style, size and color. A 4x4 Cedar Post with Custom Support, stained with a solid pigment stain, Custom Color Sagebrush. A standard Black Metal Mailbox with vinyl graphics or lettering of both sides of the mailbox. This means that mailboxes must have lettering on both sides that includes the complete street address, i.e. “12345 Amber Way”.
INFORMATION BELOW IS INTENDED TO ASSIST IN OBTAINING THE PROPER REPLACEMENTS
FOR LETTERING ONLY:
To order lettering only, email deb@LoganStreetSigns.com with your name, address, and indicate you reside in the Meadows. Total Cost is $21.40. (Includes 7% sales tax) When the lettering is ready, you will be contacted and can pick up your lettering at Logan Street Signs & Banners, 1720 South 10th Street, Noblesville. Store Hours are Monday - Friday: 8:00 am - 5:30 pm; Saturday : By Appointment. Logan Street Signs & Banners 317-773-7200
FOR MAILBOX & POST:
Mailboxes and posts may be ordered through Otto’s Streetscape Solutions. Their contact information is 317-886-4400
Standard pricing as of May 2019 is as follows:
Mail Box Replacement: Produce a medium T2 standard mailbox Factory Black, with Medium
vinyl graphics on both sides (numbers and street name), Sand Murray font.
Total Cost for home owner to pick up and install mailbox is $66.34 (includes 7% sales tax)
Total Cost for Otto's to remove old mailbox and install new mailbox is $104.20 (includes 7% sales tax on
Post Replacement: Produce a Blunt 4x4 Cedar Post with Custom Support Sagebrush.
Total Cost for home owner to pick up and install post is $165.85 (includes 7% sales tax)
Total Cost for Otto's to remove old post and install new post (includes mailbox reinstallation)
is $260.85 (includes 7% sales tax on materials only)
Entire Unit (Mail Box & Post) Replacement: Produce a medium T2 standard mailbox
powder coated Black, with Medium vinyl graphics on both sides (numbers and street name), Sand
Murray font. Produce a Blunt 4x4 Cedar Post with Custom Support in Sagebrush color
Total Cost for home owner to pick up and install mailbox / post is $230.05 (includes 7% sales tax)
Total Cost for Otto's to remove old mailbox / post and install new mailbox / post is $325.05 (includes 7% sales tax on materials only) .
The above information is believed to be accurate, as always please check with vendors for accuracy, and most up to date pricing.
Add $30 for powder coated Mailbox. ( Recommended )
What do we do about the outside solicitors coming to our houses?
We are unable to restrict soliciting per city ordinances, however all solicitors must be licensed by the city of Noblesville and issued a permit. What this means to you is that if someone comes to your door trying to solicit something, you can ask to see their permit and if they do not have it with them ask them to leave. After they leave, you should call the police with a description of the person and tell them which way they went after they left your house.
There is also a clickable link to see a list of the currently licensed solicitors, if they are not on the list call the police and report them.
When does my cul-de-sac get plowed?
The City is responsible for plowing all streets in the Meadows. All streets within the Meadows are considered primary routes by the City and therefore have high priority to be cleared. Primary routes are the highest ranking of the three classifications the City uses to determine plow routes.
However, cul-de-sacs are considered "alternate routes" by the City , the lowest of the three classifications, and therefore are the last streets to get plowed by the City, if at all. The greater the snowfall or more treacherous the weather conditions (icing, etc.), the longer it will take the City to get to the alternate routes. Therefore, the Meadows POA board has contracted with a snow removal contractor to clear the cul-de-sacs when the snowfall is 4" or greater.
Where and how do I pay my Dues?
Invoices are sent out on an annual basis, all payments must be sent in the form of a check or Money order and sent to the association at the following address: Meadows POA, 3002 East 56th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46220-0887.
Dues are due annually on January 1st. With late fees are assessed on the 1st of each month thereafter beginning February 1st. Late fees continue to be assessed until all dues and fees have been received and paid in full.
Note: payment is considered received the date it is received in our post office box, not the day it was mailed. So when making payment, please remember to allow time for the mail to be delivered to avoid unintended late fees. Please allow for an even greater amount of time if using a third party bill payment service.
Note: Past due Account balances not received at the MPOA mailing address by March 15th are turned over to collections.
Note: Accounts in Collections, once an account has been sent to collections all inquiries and payments would need to be directed to the attorney handling your account. We would not be able to answer your questions or accept payment while an account is in collections. Any payment received by us would be forwarded to the attorneys for processing further delay the process. So please be sure to follow all instructions and contact them directly. (Community privileges including the pool are suspended during the collections process.)
Note: Cash payments will NOT be accepted.
Where and when are the Board of Directors Meetings?
Board of Directors Meetings:
Meetings of the Board of Directors are held on the third Tuesday of the month from 6:30-7:30PM at the Community Health Pavilion-Noblesville, 9669 E 146th Street, Ste 160, Noblesville, with the exception of the months of July, November, and December. Homeowners who have an issue they would like to discuss with the Board will need to contact the Meadows Board (include your name, address, and issue) via the MPOA website or via tArdsley Management at 317-253-1401
72 hours in advance of the meeting so they may be included on the meeting’s agenda.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic we are unable to meet at the health pavilion. Until further notice Board Meetings will be held at Fire Station #76 located at 16800 Hazel Dell Rd in Noblesville. Anyone may attend, but if you're wishing to speak with the board and be added to the agenda, please call the voicemail and leave a message,
Parking and seating is limited to no more than 20 additional attendees, residents are welcome to attend on a first come, first serve basis.
Where do I get a copy of my Plot Drawing?
Noblesville City Planning Department 16 S 10th St #150, Noblesville, IN 46060
Who do I contact about a property that has weeds more than 6" high?
Weed problems should be reported to Justin Schuessler (776-6325 or you can email him at email@example.com).
Be sure to include the address of the property (or at least the approximate location).
You may also contact the Meadows POA via Ardsley Management at 317-253-1401.
Who do I contact if a sidewalk needs repaired?
You should contact the Street Department which is 317-776-6348
. You’ll get an automated answering menu, so just choose the operator, explain your question, and she can put you through to the right person.
Who do I contact about an issue with my street tree (between sidewalk and the street)?
You would contact the city’s Urban Forester, at 317-776-6348
. Currently the City is responsible for removal and replacement of street trees, but it is basically a you-get-what-you-get, when it comes to the type of tree that the City plants. We request specific breeds of trees as stated for the reasons below, so you can replace the tree yourself if you wish.
Due to the Japanese beetle issue with the Glens linden trees, and the potential ash borer problem with the Estates ash trees, the Board agreed unanimously to amend the street tree guidelines to allow all Meadows residents to select from the following types of trees for their street tree: linden, red maple, thornless honey locust, oak, or elm. The minimum 2* caliper requirement for any/all street tree remains in effect.
Yard Light Info
It is important for residents to note that it is a requirement by the City of Noblesville, as well as the MPOA’s Declaration of Restrictions and Rules & Regulations that a properly working dusk-to-dawn light must be on each lot in the Meadows. It is each homeowner’s responsibility to keep the yard light in operation at all times. Some yard lights simply require a new light bulb (white or non-colored bulbs); some just need the dusk-to-dawn sensor cleaned; while still others only need to have their GFI plug reset. If these quick cures don’t fix your lighting issue, you may need to contact a handyman or licensed electrician.
Note: All yard, porch and carriage lights must have clear or white light bulbs. Colored light bulbs are not permitted.
Yard Light, Where to find replacement
you can get a replacement yard light at Menard’s in Carmel.