Our community website was developed to serve as an informative resource for both our neighborhood and our local community. Our Community Association serves the Meadowood and Creekside communities, which include the following streets: Bluebird Drive, Dayflower Drive, Larkbunting Drive, Mill Circle, Redbay Way, Rockrose Drive, Sunflower Drive, and White Owl Way. Please feel free to contact us with your comments and suggestions.


90 Day Community Standards Compliance Event
Posted on Aug 1st, 2023
Dear Cross Creek Community Association Homeowner or Resident,
The last 3 years has been quite different than usual for most of us, but hopefully with the recent guidance by the CDC and other government officials, we are all back to normal or at least embraced our new normal.
With that said, your Board of Directors wanted to take time to touch base with you and provide a friendly reminder regarding the compliance of our Community Standards. Beginning November 1, 2023, the Board of Directors will resume regular property home inspections in our community. Violation notices will be issued per the existing process.
To avoid receipt of a violation notice, please read the Community Standards and ensure that your property complies. Several community standards that are most often disregarded and are currently in need of care are:
  • Fences - Repair, replacement, and/or pressure washing of fence.
  •  Roof - Clean roofs and siding to eliminate mold and mildew.
  • Sidewalks/Driveways/Screen Enclosures - Pressure wash to eliminate excessive dirt, mold, and mildew.
  • Landscaping - Grass mowed and edged regularly, free of weeds; dead sod should be replaced, removal of any dead vegetation and eliminate weeds from flower beds.
  • Trees and Bushes - Palms and other trees should be trimmed free of all dead branches.
  • Commercial or personal vehicles with business names or advertising of any kind must be garaged or parked in the driveway with a cover. Door magnets on vehicles must be removed when parked in plain view.
  • Trash cans - Must place in the garage or kept out of view except during the collection window (evening of the prior night through evening of collection days - see Community Standards).
Living in a deed-restricted community affords us the benefit of ensuring that properties are maintained per the Community Standards and the Master Declaration of Covenants so that our homes will continue to maintain/increase in value.
Should you have a question regarding any of the standards please contact the Cross Creek Community Association using the contact information above.  
Your Cross Creek Community Homeowners Association Board of Directors

Upcoming Events

Cross Creek Community HOA Board of Director's Homeowners Meeting Dates
Wednesday, July 12th to Wednesday, January 17th at New Tampa Regional Library
If you want to know what’s going on in your residential community, attending a board meeting is one of the best ways to do so. The next CCCA Homeowners Association Board of Directors meetings are scheduled for:
January 18, 2023 Annual Homeowners Meeting
April 5, 2023
July 12, 2023
October 11, 2023
January 17, 2024 Annual Homeowners Meeting
The board meetings will be held at 7:00 p.m. at the New Tampa Library, located at 10001 Cross Creek Boulevard, Tampa, Florida. Hope to see you there. 

Community Standards

Just a few reminders about community standards for those who may be new to the neighborhood or anyone needing a refresher. Check our FAQ page for more info on these topics. Failure to abide by community standards will result in a violation and/or a fine. Please help maintain the community so that it is inviting and enjoyable to all!
1) Large household items, such as furniture, appliances, fixtures or anything else that does not fit in your garbage cannot be placed at the curb for pick up. 
2) Trash cans should be stored out of plain sight from the street, i.e., in the garage or behind a fence. They should not be stored on driveways or the side of homes in the sight of others. Trash and recycle bins should be placed at the curb no sooner than the afternoon before pick up day and removed no later than the evening of pick up day. 
3) Vehicles with magnetic signs, paint, wraps or other material that advertise businesses or are of a commercial nature cannot be parked on the resident's property in visible sight from the street. Residents that own or use such vehicles must store them in the garage, cover them or remove the signs when parked in the community. 
4) Landscape must be maintain an overall aesthetically pleasing appearance in such that grass is uniformly cut and edged on a regular basis. Grass must be a uniform grass variety, free of weeds, dead grass, and bare spots. Areas between the sidewalk and street maintained at the same standard as the yard. Lawn area free of fallen tree limbs, cars, bicycles, toys, water hoses, chairs, lounges, or any item that detracts from its aesthetic appearance. Sidewalks and driveway cracks free of grass/weeds.
5) Fences must be maintained, repaired, or replaced to retain an overall aesthetically pleasing appearance. Fences must be kept free of mold, fungus, mildew, dirt, or discoloration. Fences must not sag, bow, or lean along the fence line or display missing, bowed, rotted, or loose slats. Gates should hang and close properly. 
For further information regarding ALL the Cross Creek Community Standards, please refer to the Community Rules section on the website.