Committee Volunteers Needed

Committee Volunteers Needed

Spring Festival

Spring Community Cleanup

National Night Out

Fall Festival

If you're interested in coordinating any of these events please email

This is a great way to get involved with your community and meet neighbors!

Presidents Year End Letter 2017

New Board Directors


Our new 2017-2018 Creek Meadows Board of Directors:

President - Daniel Hindes

Vice President - Jaime Slade

Treasurer - Lara Lewis

Secretary - Cheryl Calame

ACC - Teresa Todd

Alternate - Laurel Mulvey

Castlegate II Event Center

Castlegate II Event Center is open for Rental

Attached is information on the facility

Contact Event Coordinator, Amy

Office: 979-450-0757


The Event Center at Castlegate II can comfortably host your event with seating of over 100 guests and is equipped with a large kitchen, sound system, wall mounted flat screen TV for presentations and slide shows with large windows overlooking the patio and lake. Please visit the website here for further information about booking the Event Center at Castlegate II. 

We look forward to hosting your next event! 


Creek Meadow Residents

Please explore the site for more information on living in our community

Creek Meadows is managed by Neighborhood Partners, a local College Station company.


City Neighborhood News & Events

Parking problems always exist in growing communities, especially college towns expanding as quickly as College Station. Most of the time, avoiding the headache of a parking violation is as simple as reading and obeying parking signs. 

Our goal is to keep our residential streets safe and accessible for everyone - especially emergency vehicles - while making your parking experience as hassle-free as possible.   

City Neighborhood News & Events

Jan. 23: Expect Delays Near FM2818 - FM60 Intersection
Motorists can expect delays next week near the intersection of FM 2818 (Harvey Mitchell Parkway) and FM 60 (University Drive/Raymond Stotzer Parkway). Pavement surface reconstruction will require limiting traffic to one lane each direction on FM 60 and closing the Turkey Creek eastbound on-ramp near Easterwood Airport.
The closures will begin at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday and remain in place until Thursday afternoon. Police officers will be present at each end of the FM 60 overpass to assist with traffic due to the lack of left-turn lanes.

Click here to continue reading.

Jan. 29: Watercolor I & II
Ages 18+ are invited to Southwood Community Center, located at 1520 Rock Prairie Rd., from Jan. 29-March 5 to enjoy watercolor classes. Watercolor I is designed for beginners and focuses on basic painting tools, materials, techniques, composition and color theory. This class meets from 2-5 p.m. on Mondays. Supplies will be discussed during the first class. Basic drawing skills are needed to participate. 


Watercolor II is a continuation class on the art of watercolor and meets from 6-9 p.m. on Mondays. Please bring your supplies to the first class. 
Each class has a $60 registration fee. 
Click on a class to register: Watercolor I   Watercolor II
Jan. 30: Gardening with the Masters
Ages 55+ are invited to Southwood Community Center on Tuesday, Jan. 30 from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. to learn lawn and garden information specific to our area.Topics include vegetable gardens, container gardening, easy-care landscape plants and helpful tips for preparing your lawn for summer. This free session is presented by Brazos County Master Gardeners. A light lunch will also be served. 

For questions, contact Katy Peterson at 979.764.6371.

Feb. 1-28: Untold Stories of African-American History
Ages 15+ are invited to listen to untold stories of African-American History each Thursday in February from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at the Lincoln Recreation Center.


Date Speaker
Feb. 1 The Story of African-American Woman and Human Kind by Dr. Yasin Ishaq
Feb. 8 The Story of Congressman by Matthew Gaines
Feb. 15 Artificial Selection and the Slave Trade by Rev. Sam Hill
Feb. 22 The College Station Community Knights by Mr. Henry Lewis, Mr. Lawrence Smith & Mr. Clarence Britton
For questions, call 979.764.3779.
Feb. 1-28: Trail of Lights
See Wolf Pen Creek Park in a new light. Stroll through the park's upper trails to view a romantic pathway of lights each day throughout February from 6-10 p.m. This event is free and open to all ages. Trail head can be accessed at the Holleman Drive entrance.
For more information, call 979.764.3486 or email

City Neighborhood News - 1/5/2018

Neighborhood News

Information on College Station events and services.

2018 College Station Senior Games - Register Today!

The City of College Station is hosting the 2018 College Station Senior Games Feb. 23-25.  Ages 50+ are invited to compete in track and field, swimming, basketball, cycling, golf, a 5k, a 10K, bowling, pickleball, disc golf, table tennis, tennis, 3-on-3 basketball, cornhole, and basketball skills.

Registration deadline is Feb. 12. Fee is $30, and includes a shirt and two tickets to the reception, with an additional $4 fee per event.

For more information and to register, visit or call 979.764.3486.

Exploring History Luncheon: "Stradivarius Violin"

Enjoy lunch while learning about our community's history! This month's Exploring History Luncheon will be presented by Joseph Nagavary on Wednesday, Jan. 17 at 11:30 a.m. at Southwood Community Center, located at 1520 Rock Prairie Rd. Cost is $7 per person.

Please R.S.V.P. by Friday, Jan. 12 to or call 979.764.6371.

Apply For a Citizen Committee, Board or Commission

One way to become actively involved with the City of College Station is to serve on one of the following citizen boards, committees or commissions:

  • Construction Board of Adjustments
  • Design Review Board
  • Historic Preservation Committee
  • Joint Relief Funding Review Committee

Those interested must be a resident and qualified voter of College Station. Members serve without monetary compensation. Deadline to apply is Monday, Jan. 29 by 5 p.m.

For complete details and to apply, visit

The Big Event Job Request Forms Available

Need help getting a project done around the house? March 24 is Texas A&M University's annual The Big Event, where students spend the day giving back to the community.

Click here to fill out a job request form before Feb. 9 and get help mowing your lawn, painting a fence or even washing your windows. If you have a neighbor, friend or family member that could benefit from this service project, please help them get signed up before the deadline.

Don't Mess with Texas Trash Off

March 3: Don't Mess with Texas Trash Off
Keep Brazos Beautiful is holding their annual Texas Trash Off event on March 3rd  Volunteer teams of 3 or more will be assigned a site in B-CS area to clean up, all tools needed for the cleanup will be provided. The event will wrap up at the Brazos Center with a complimentary lunch. The   first 300 volunteers to register will receive a free tee shirt. For information on how to register, go to or email us at
Various sites around Brazos County
Event wrap Up Lunch will begin at 11:30 am at the Brazos Center.
March 3
9:00 am - 11:00 am
Post Event Lunch
11:30 am at the Brazos Center
Sign Up Today
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City Committees Openings

Good Morning Neighbors!

Several city committees are still in need of members. They are :

  • Construction Board of Adjustments
  • Design Review Board
  • Historic Preservation Committee
  • Joint Relief Funding Review Committee

The deadline to apply for these committees has been extended to January 29th by 5:00 p.m.

For more information on these committees or to apply, please visit, www.cstx,gov/committees or call the City Secretary’s Office at 764-3500.

Also, Citizens University is receiving applications as well. It will begin on Jan. 22 and will go for 13 weeks, exploring all aspects of city government. For more information, visit  or contact Marketing and Outreach Manager Lacey Lively at 764-3655.



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