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.


Approved 2022 Budget and 2021 Year End Financials
Posted on Feb 8th, 2022
2022 Board of Directors Meetings
Posted on Dec 25th, 2021
The CCCA Homeowners Association Board of Directors meetings are scheduled for:
January 26, 2022
April 6, 2022
July 13, 2022
October 12, 2022
January 18, 2023 Annual Homeowners Meeting
Meetings will be held at 7:00 p.m. at New Tampa Library on Cross Creek Blvd.

Upcoming Events

Community Food and Toy Drive for Metropolitan Ministries, Saturday, Dec. 3rd. 9am - 5pm in Community Park.
Friday, November 4th to Monday, December 5th, 9am - 5pm at Community Park
The Cross Creek Homeowners Association Board of Directors in collaboration with the Metropolitan Ministries is sponsoring their 1st Annual Food and Toy Drive on Saturday, December 3rd, 2022, between the hours of 9:00am and 5:00pm at our neighborhood playground.
Our hope is to help as many hurting families as we can this holiday season. As this special time approaches, consider your personal commitment in one of the following ways:
Hope starts with a meal. Help us collect our most needed food items for families.
From infants to teens, toys are an ongoing need. Together, we can give children hope for the holidays.
Choose a grocer or toy store, and the Metropolitan Ministries will do the shopping for you. Gift cards help provide the most needed items for families each year.
Cross Creek (Meadowood and Creekside) Annual Holiday Decorating Contest
Friday, November 25th to Saturday, December 31st
It’s that time again for the Cross Creek (Meadowood and Creekside) Annual Holiday Decorating Contest hosted by the Cross Creek Board of Directors. As a holiday tradition, the Cross Creek (Meadowood and Creekside) residential community has partaken in a holiday decorating contest for the past 9 years; and we are excited to announce that details for the 10th Annual Holiday Decorating Contest.
Judging will take place December 15– 22, therefore please keep your lights on between 7:00pm and 10:00 pm for the judging period. Our judges will be looking for creativity, imagination, and overall holiday spirit. The winners will be notified on December 25 via the crowning of 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and Honorable Mention placement signs being posted on the front lawn of the winner’s homes.
The prize breakdown is as follows:
·      One 1st place winner - $100 check
·      One 2nd place winner –$75 check
·      One 3rd place winner – $50 check
·      Four honorable mention winners - $25 check each
For additional information, please refer to the flyer that will be distributed soon. If you have questions, please contact the board at Management@mycrosscreekhoa.com or (813) 777-2206.

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.