Can you believe it? Our neighborhood is almost built out! Many of you have been residents in Copper Meadows since the first phase, and now we are looking at completion of the last few home projects this year. Over the past seven years, we've seen vast improvement, not just in our neighborhood, but in surrounding Youngsville as well. We are excited about the opportunities for further development that we will see this year, and we look forward to serving you. Should you have any questions or concerns you would like to bring to the board, please don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you.
Also, you may view our latest newsletter here to stay abreast of neighborhood information.
Jamey Abshire, Tiffany Blodget, Katri Culotta, Amy Deslattes, Wesley Hebert, Dave Pierret, and Bess Trahan
Board of Directors Copper Meadows Home Owners' Association
Easter Pictures are available in our photo album. Select the "neighbors" tab above or click here .
Attention all Homeowners:
|As a reminder since spring has officially started, our covenants
require that all grass clippings, shrubbery clippings, and tree
clippings remain out of sight until trash pick up day. If you have large
clippings, you will need to contact the City of Youngsville to arrange a
pick-up, as the normal trash collection does not collect items that are
not bagged. Please remind your lawn care professionals that grass
clippings cannot be blown into the street. They must be collected and
bagged or blown back into the yard. We must protect the integrity of our
drainage to the overflow ponds. Thank you for your assistance in this
- Family Movie Night- May 30
- Kids' Fishing Tournament- June 14
- Back-to-School Movie Night- August 9
- Fall Garage Sale- October 4
- Halloween Social- October 25
- Christmas Social- Dec 6
**all dates are tentative and may be revised periodically
Amendments to Copper Meadows Covenants, adopted for all phases on August 29 by special quorum meeting:
a. Recreational equipment (temporary or permanent), including basketball goals, soccer nets, hitting nets, etc., shall not be placed within the street right-of-way, which varies by plat and legal description of the property.
b. The placing and parking of house trailers or mobile homes on any lot in the subdivision shall be prohibited. No motor home, travel trailer, camper or other similar recreational vehicle may be used as a residence on any lot, and any such vehicle, as well as any boats, boat trailers, or other trailers, must be parked and kept behind the front set-back lines within a closed building or behind a fence at least six feet (6') in height. No vehicle may be placed on blocks or an immovable position on any lots or street in this subdivision.
New copies of the covenants our available here for reference:
Restrictive Covenants Phase I (revised 2014)
Restrictive Covenants Phase II (revised 2014)
Restrictive Covenants Phase III/IV (revised 2014)