Contact Us Tel: (876)441-7479
1. The White Water Meadows Citizens Association meets every last Sunday of the month at 4:30pm at the park or at the entrance to the community.
Next Meeting Date - To be announced
2. The Executive meets every last Saturday of the month.
3. Maintenence Dues
• Monthly payment - $200
• Quarterly payment - $500
Missed at least two months maintenence Due payments? We can collect it at your home [Click Here]
4. Community Text Message Service: Get community news and security alerts on your mobile phone [Click Here To Sign Up]
5. Membership Form:
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The White Water Meadows Citizens' Association (A Registered Charitable Organisation) is a volunteer-driven, non-profit organization whose mandate is to represent its members in all matters of public interests related to the preservation, protection and enhancement of the life and welfare of the community.
Not yet a registered member? If you are a resident or property owner of White Water Meadows please choose any one of the methods below to register:
July 3, 2015
We are considering staging an event to celebrate Emancipation and Independence on Sunday, August 2. The focus would be on old Jamaican culture with emphasis on food, lifestyle and the performing arts. Through this we can reflect on where we are coming from and introduce youth to their past. For this free event to happen, we need to know that you are interested in making it happen. Let us know which of the following you can contribute to by Wednesday, July 8:
Food preparation and ingredients
Puddings (potato, corn, corn meal)
Gizzada / Grater cake
Soups (pepperpot, manish water)
Please send as soon as possible so that all children can be appreciated equally.
June 11, 2015
We have been made aware of three recent robbery incidents involving our residents. Two have occurred at the border with Sydenham Villas and the other on Finchley Road. Please be alert in these areas during your early-morning and late-evening commutes.
June 11, 2015
The community's lawn tractor (riding mower) that was stolen eight (8) months ago has been recovered in good condition. We were able to claim it because a report was made to the police when it was stolen and had kept good records of the purchase. A resident and the Spanish Town Police are to be thanked for their assistance
Our records are showing a significant drop in resident's contribution towards maintenance dues. While we know that some persons might be facing financial challenges at this time, we should not loose focus on the fact that we all reside in this community and should think seriously about playing our part to the maintenance and development of our community. Our collectors will be at the entrance every month-end and will also be making some home visits as well.
Please be accommodating and give generously while ensuring that you are given a receipt for your contributions.
Maintenance Dues: $200 per month.