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Our Neighbourhood

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The White Water Meadows community is a quiet neighbourhood situated on the outskirts of Spanish Town, just off the Hartlands main road.   Nestled on ninety-nine (99) acres of land, formally a sugar cane estate, the community has just over 730 detached two (2) bedroom houses on lots ranging in sizes from 3,600 to 8,000 square feet.

The community has a number of useful amenities, namely, a well developed and maintained community website www.whitewatermeadows.org.jm, a quarterly Newsletter, “Drippings”, a security post at the entrance of the community which is in need of refurbishing, a football field (undeveloped) as well as a community park (still under-development).

The community has an active Association, The White Water Meadows Citizens Association, which is a registered company with the Registrar of Companies of Jamaica.  The Executive Committee of the Association consists of a President and two Vice Presidents, a Secretary and an assistant, a Treasurer and an assistant, a Public Relations Officer and an assistant.  In addition there are four standing committees/sub-committees,

• Public safety and Services – to follow the progress of public and civic affairs as they affect the welfare of the community,  example, security and public health concerns

• Sports and Recreation Committee
• Development Control – to promote the orderly development of the community

• Public Relations and Fundraising

The community is seeking to revive its once vibrant and active Youth Club.  To achieve this objective, the community has sought to utilize the skills of the youth in various activities such as the annual children’s treat, annual sports day, jerk Fridays, artistic designs for various promotional activities.

We have from time to time extended a helping hand to the Spanish Town Community through assistance rendered to the Mustard Seed’s “Dare to Care Children’s Home”.  It is the intention of the community to adopt the Children’s home in the near future.

 

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Send in your photos now! Let the community know how YOU see White Water. Our neighbourhood is beautiful, now its time to see it through your lens. Send pictures in digital format to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with photo in the subject line. Your photos will be published in our community picture gallery. 

 

 

 

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