You have arrived at the Rosemeade Subdivisions of Carrollton, Texas Neighborhood Website.
Please join us in preserving the quality of life in Rosemeade, Carrollton, Texas, USA
Please be patient as we build this next generation website for you. Note that we are currently concentrating on the Rosemeade2 subdivision, but intend to include all Rosemeade subdivisions. We welcome any and all ideas.
What's next:
  • If you have already started an organization in one of the Rosemeade subdivisions and have a web presence, send us a link and we will post it here. For instance, some of us are socially networked at nextdoor.com. If you do not have a web presence, we can work with you to build some pages specific to your organization herein.
  • Become a friend of the Rosemead subdivisions on facebook.
  • Get to know your neighbors, the Deed Restrictions for your area, eg. Rosemeade2 Deed Restrictions, and local ordinances, State and Federal laws.
  • Report any and all suspicious events, people and vehicles to the Carrollton Police Department non-emergency dispatcher at


  • Register as a homeowner and login to gain access to select public information specific to your area of Rosemeade.
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Section 10 of the Rosemeade2 Deed Restrictions prohibits "offensive activity", so every Rosemeade2 homeowner should be familiar with even the more minor laws (laws define offensive activity) such as: Carrollton Ordinances Sec. 92.40. - Parking regulations and maintenance. (A)(9) reads: It shall be unlawful for the owner or occupant of a residence to park or allow the parking of a vehicle owned by or under the control of that owner or occupant to be parked at a location on the public street that does not adjoin the property on which that residence is located between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. and: “Texas Transportation Code Sec. 545.303. ADDITIONAL PARKING REGULATIONS. (a) An operator who stops or parks on a two-way roadway shall do so with the right-hand wheels of the vehicle parallel to and within 18 inches of the right-hand curb or edge of the roadway.”