Welcome to Meadow Lark Estates

This is the cyber-home of The Meadow Lark Estates Neighborhood Association. This website was created to be a tool for all residents of Meadow Lark Estates and to provide information to anyone with an interest in our neighborhood.

Here, you will find information from our monthly meetings, contact information and action alerts for our residents. Welcome to our website!

More Information about Meadow Lark Estates...
Meadow Lark Estates is situated between Ben Hill Road, Stone Road and Dodson Drive in East Point, Georgia. Most of the homes were built in the late 1950s and early 1960s and are generally three and four bedroom brick ranches. There are a few newer homes recently built on Rolling Brook Trail.

The streets in our neighborhood include Beech Drive, Boulder Way, Dejarnette Drive, Meadow Lark Drive, Meadow Lark Lane, Pebble Drive, and Rolling Brook Trail and we are adjacent to Sykes Park.

The community is active in the home owner’s association and with the city of East Point. East Point was named for the eastern most point of the rail line in the 1800s and is situated inside the metro Atlanta “perimeter” on the southwest side.

East Point and Meadow Lark Estates is convenient to all Atlanta metro interstates, Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, area shopping and the MARTA public transportation system.

 

 

Next Meeting:

Thursday, 02/02/17

Each Month we meet to discuss topics effecting our nieghbors, our ward and our city.  Many times, we invite guests to speak at our meetings including our local Police, Fire and Elected Officials.  


PTC East Point Christian Church - doorway behind the main chapel

1706 Washington Road, East Point, GA 30344

(Next door to The Waffle House)
 

Do you have a topic that you would like to discuss or to be covered or announced at the MLENA meeting? If so, email us any questions or information you have.

Topics should concern our neighborhood or East Point and you should include as much information as possible.

Submitting ideas or information does not guarantee a placement on the agenda. Emails should be sent at least one full week before the upcoming meeting.

 

 

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