Welcome to Glenshire Towne in Columbia, MD


Click Here To View 2018 Budget


Click Here To Submit Annual Meeting Proxy

Please mark your calendars on TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. to attend the Glenshire Towne HOA Annual Meeting at Guilford Elementary School in Room 121. This is also a Call for Nominations to elect one (1) homeowner to serve on the Board of Directors. We encourage all owners to seriously consider serving. If you are interested, please submit a Statement of Intent and a brief biography on our website no later than March 23, 2018. You must be current in your dues to be eligible to hold a Board position.


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Nestled between Guilford Road, fenced-in government property (FCC) and I95, Glenshire Towne is a small community with 224 townhouses on four cul-de-sacs. Due to this layout, there is absolutely no through traffic. The community is proud of its wonderful trees and the generous green open spaces. The townhouses are two and three story units with or without basements. The closeness to Interstate 95 and Route 32 provides easy access for commuters to Washington, DC and Baltimore, MD. The MARC commuter train station of Savage is also only a few miles away. Children attend Howard County Schools; Guilford Elementary School, Lake Elkhorn Middle School, and Hammond High School.

HOA Board of Director meetings are held on the upper floor of Wegman's in Columbia. Dates are posted on this website's calendar.

Howard County maintains most our community roads. Check their snow response progress using the Howard County Road Conditions application.