The Meadowbrook HOA has committees within the community that help enforce the rules stated in the By-Laws and Rules and Regulations, beautify our community and coordinate events for everyone! If you are interested in being on one of the committees, please contact Omni.
Our current Committees are listed below.
Chair: Larry Butka
Larry works with the community and Omni Management Services verifying alteration requests are in accordance with the By-Laws and Rules and Regulations.
Before making changes to the outside of your Town home, Carriage Home or Single-Family Home, you MUST file an alteration request form with the Architectural Committee. This includes, but is not limited to:
- Garage Door Replacement
- Painting Doors
- Trees and Shrubs Pruning
Or anything else that has to do with the exterior of your home. The reason for this is to maintain uniformity in Meadowbrook. Everyone has signed an agreement to abide with the guidelines of Meadowbrook. These guidelines were set up by the original builder when they registered Meadowbrook with Washington County. Changes made that do not conform to the rules could be costly to an owner to rectify. Please take the time to file an alteration request BEFORE changing anything to the exterior of your home. The Alteration Request Form can be found on this site in the Forms folder on the Documents & Forms page. Once you have completed the form, please submit it to Omni Management Services.
Chair: Dan Galderise
Dan is responsible for the day to day operations of the pool. Making sure the pool and pool area is kept clean and chemicals and equipment are maintained. Pool passes are checked to make sure only Meadowbrook residents are using our pool. He has a total of 6 life guards that are guarding the pool, those life guards are, Lexi Luba, Luke Moore, Megan Moore, Kayla Lutz, Megan Galderise and Holly.
C0-Chair: Jim Sadlek
Co-Chair: Christy Sprowls
MEADOWBROOK CARES COMMITTEE
President – Emily Tucker
Vice President – Vinny Paris
Secretary – Tori Maentz
Treasurer – Chris Bennett
What: This is an organization of young adults who wish to better our neighborhood through volunteering and community events.
Who: We are looking for kids in middle school or high school who wish to help out their community and are willing to dedicate some time to this organization.
When: We will hold monthly meetings on the first Wednesday of each month at the Meadowbrook Clubhouse from 3:15-4:15 pm
Contact Info: If you are interested in joining our team or you have any questions, you can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.