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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.

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Cross Creek Community HOA Board of Director's Meeting Notice
Posted on Mar 18th, 2024
Hear ye! Hear ye! The CCCA Homeowners Association Board of Directors meetings for the year of 2024 are scheduled for:
 
• Wednesday, March 20, 2024 @ 7:00pm - 8:30pm - computer room
 
• Wednesday, April 10. 2024 @ 7:00pm - 8:30pm - big room
 
• Wednesday, May 8, 2024 @ 7:00pm - 8:30pm - big room 
 
• Wednesday, June 12, 2024 @ 7:00pm - 8:30pm - big room 
 
 
Meetings will be held at 7:00 p.m. at the New Tampa Regional Library on Cross Creek Blvd (10001 Cross Creek Blvd. Tampa, FL 33647).
 
Future meeting dates will be scheduled and published for 2024 when the Hillsborough County Library opens the scheduling period for reservations.  
 
Zoom capabilities will be set up for those who cannot attend the meeting in person, however the HOA subscription only allows for 40 minute meetings and this meeting exceeds the time frame. To access the April 10, 2024 meeting agenda please click the following link.
 
 
We hope to see you there.

Upcoming Events

Cross Creek Community Garage Sale
Saturday, April 20th, 8:00am at 2:00pm
It is time to Clean Out all your un-used items!
Cross Creek Community is holding its Community Garage Sale
Saturday, April 20, 2024
8:00 am – 2:00 pm
(If it Rains it will be held Saturday, April 27, 2024)  
 
Tips and Tricks
 
Gather supplies in advance. Prior to the yard sale, have or buy sticker labels, hanging labels, pens, and a container (fanny pack-type thing or large wallet) to hold your money. Have at least $100 in ones and fives for change. Use a picnic blankets to lay on the ground and set your items on that so you can set things on the grass/ground without getting them dirty. If you have a table that is a better option. 
 
Prep as much as possible. Make sure to put prices on your stuff prior to the morning of in case a surprising number of people will show up early, and you don’t want to be frantically trying to label items during that initial rush.
 
Arrange items in a way that makes sense. It helps if people aren’t just sifting through loads of stuff and can go right to the areas that hold the most interest for them.
 
Keep an eye out. The not-so-fun part of yard sales is thefts happen. It sounds obvious, but it’s worth a reminder. Lock your doors, have someone watching the sale at all times, and keep your items in as small and manageable space as possible.
 
Call in a helper. You need at least two people to run a yard sale, in case one has to go inside for some reason. Also, it’s more fun to have company.  
 
Set out a mirror. If you’re selling things like jackets and sunglasses that people might want to try on, it’s considerate to pull out a mirror so they can check out what they look like in their potential new product.
 
Set up a 25-cent box. Some things don’t require their own labels. Feel free to pile all the inexpensive odds-and-ends into one big box and let people sift through them on their own. 
 
Divide clothing by price. If possible hang outerwear and nicer pieces. Be sure to label all pieces with individual tags. Place sweaters, t-shirts and more casual items into bins.
 
Have a contingency plan. If you do not sell your items, decide which charity you want to donate it to and take it there.
 
Make it fun. It can seem like a long morning. Set up a radio and take this opportunity to meet your neighbors.
 
Happy selling...

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.