While board members manage the business operations of the association, we depend on community volunteers to carry out the work of various committess whose work makes our neighborhood such a great place to live. Below is a description of committees and the tasks they complete throughout the year.


Architectural Control Committee (ACC)

This committe is comprised of board members and volunteer members (up to five total) who review ACC submissions for property improvements through the lens of the restrictive covenants. Committee members review requests and respond within 14 days of receipt. In some cases, committee members meet with residents and examine site plans to determine if a variance to the covenants is allowable. Estimated time per year: 20+ hours


Capital Improvements

This committee provides support in researching and managing the improvements that are made to association common areas. Duties include contacting vendors, gathering quotes, and managing a project through its completion. Occasional work days may be needed to install/upgrade improvements in cases where installation is not provided. Estimated time per year: 15-30+ hours depending on level of participation


Common Areas

Members of this committee assist with various maintenance and safety issues in the common areas. Duties include participating in the bid solicitation process during open bids, responding to damage or safety issues in the commons areas and determining if a vendor needs to be called out, updating/restarting timers on fountains and lights as needed, monitor lawncare schedule and landscaping maintenance, and changing out seasonal decorations as needed. Estimated time per year: 20+ hours



This committee works in conjunction with the board secretary to provide community updates. Volunteers may contribute to the newsletter, assist with updating the information board at the mailbox kiosk, and creating flyers and advertising for events. Estimated time per year: 10+ hours


Financial Committee

This committe works closely with the treasurer to oversee the financial accountability of the association. Duties include conducting a Reserve Fund study every three years, reviewing annual assessments each year, overseeing the bid collection process for all individual purchases that exceed $1000 per year or service agreement purchases that exceed $2500 per year, and making recommendations to the board for vendor selection based on the approved bid process. Estimated time per year: 15-20+ hours



This committe plans community events for the enjoyment and recreation of residents. Events include but are not limited to Easter egg hunts, movie nights, pumpkin painting, cook-offs, or any other community-wide events. Volunteers assit with planning, setting up, and managing event details. Participation may be full-time or event specific. Estimated time per event: 3-5 hours


Violations Committee

Committee members follow the established protocols for monitoring violations to the restrictive covenants. In cases where multiple reports of the same type of violation have been reported, committee members establish a short-term schedule to review and monitor violations across the association. Committee members are not disclosed. Estimated time per year: 5+ hours


Yard of the Month

Members of this committee complete monthly tours of the neighborhood to nominate outstanding yard and flowerbed maintenance for which winners are awarded a $50 credit to their association dues. Committee members and board members are not eligible for the monetary award but may still be nominated as recipients of the Yard of the Month sign. Estimated time per year: 10 hours



If you'd like to volunteer your support on one of these committees, complete this form or send an email to You may take part in one sub-committee or take in multiple roles within different sub-committees.

Yard of the Month

Each month, we'd like to recognize homeowners who have gone above and beyond to beautify their home and yard. If you'd like to recommend a neighbor's yard for the coveted Yard of the Month award, send a picture and email to


2021 Socials, Food Trucks, and Pop Up Events

February 28- Beignet Box and City Bar

March 6 - Black Pot Cook Off and Dunking Booth

March 21- C'est Bon Manger and Pop Up shops

April 3- Easter Social

April 24- Mandez's Seafood crawfish

May 8- Mommy and Me Day Out

June 26- Splash Bash and BBQ

August 22- Beignet Box and Firetruck

October 23- Pumpkin Painting and movies in the park

November 7- PopUp shop vendors

December 11- Subdivision Wide Holiday Decorations and Christmas Passport Activity

December 12- Holiday Train Ride



Community Links

City of Broussard


Pay your utility bill online


Police Department



Fire Department



Broussard Youngsville Youth Association


Martial Billeaud Elementary School


Broussard Middle School


Southside High School


*Consult LPSS for final school zoning each year

Contact Us Today!

Cypress Meadows Subdivision Homeowners Association
200 Easy Rock Landing Dr
Broussard, LA 70518


Please note that we are unable to accept FedEx, UPS, or large parcel items at this address. 
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