New Neighbor FAQs

Welcome to the neighborhood!  Here are some frequently asked questions that new residents may find helpful.  

Homeowners Association (HOA)

What is the management company for the community?
Beal Properties (previously Brazos Valley Property Management) is the management company for the community.  See the Management Co. page for more details.

How can I pay my HOA dues?
You will receive your dues notice prior to the 1st of the year.  You can pay online using your owner’s portal or by check at Beal Properties Office. 

When is the community pool open and available for use?
The Creek Meadows and The Estates at Creek Meadows pools are generally open during the summer, from May through September.  The pool is generally daily open from dawn to dusk during these months, and may sometimes close due to inclement weather.  

What if I lose my pool fob?
Please contact our management company.  A replacement fob will be $50. 

Public Services

What is the closest fire station to the Creek Meadows?
South Brazos County Fire Department: Station #3.  More information is available on their website here.

What police department patrol division is zoned for Creek Meadows?
City of College Station Police 80 Beat – Sector C.  More information is available on their website here

What is the closest public library?
The Larry J. Ringer Library is located on Harvey Mitchell Parkway.

Schools

What is the school district or ISD?
College Station ISD (CSISD).  More information on all schools and zoning information is available on their website here

Are there any charter schools near the community?
The International Leadership of Texas (ITL) , a Charter School, opened in August 2018.

Utilities

When is garbage and recycling collection?
Garbage is collected every Friday, and recycling every other Friday, with arrangements made on certain holidays.  For more details on Creek Meadows’s garbage collection, you can also download the My Waste App on your phone. 

What are the water restrictions for the area of the community?
The City of College Station releases a Water Conservation Plan and a Drought Contingency Plan.  This communication is sent by the City in late spring/early summer directly to your residence.