Q. Do I have to pay the HOA dues?
A. Yes, all owners are required to pay dues either as a one-time annual fee or on a semi-annual basis. The 2018 dues are $640.00 per year.
Q. Can I assume that my mortgage company will pay these dues out of my escrow account for me?
A. Normally, mortgage companies DO NOT pay homeowners assessments out of escrow accounts. When you initially purchased your house, the title company may have paid the first month of assessments. After this time period, it is the owner's responsibility to pay the assessment.
Q. What do the HOA dues pay for?
A. The dues you and every owner pay to the association cover the operating expenses related to the common area property, such as lawn maintenance, snow removal, tree trimming and/or removal, concrete repairs, parking pad maintenance, liability insurance, accounting fees, utilities expense for street lighting, property management fees, legal fees, and miscellaneous administrative expenses.
Q. When are Board meetings held?
A. The Board of Directors meet quarterly on the last Tuesday of January, March, June, and September. Contact the property manager at 410-730-2800 for specific location and time. All residents are encouraged to attend.
Trash and Recycling Information
Trash pickup is Friday. Recycling day is Wednesday.
Please put your trash and recycling out no earlier than 5pm the evening before collection day. It should be put out by 6am. Please remove trash cans and recycle containers before the end of pick-up day. (More Information)
- Yard Waste from April 1 to December 31
- Curbside Holiday Tree Recycling January 2nd through January 22nd
- Recycling Bins: Howard County provides one free recycling container to residents that receive curbside collection. There are three options for containers: a 65-gallon cart, a 35-gallon cart or an 18-gallon bin. Help kerp our neighborhood clean by calling 410-313-6444 to replace your bin with a cart option.
Howard County Leash Law requires all pets to be on a leash when being walked. This includes dogs and cats. The law and common courtesy require that you pick up after your pet wherever it relieves itself. Mutt Mitt dispensers have been installed in locations throughout the community. Please use these free disposal bags and take them back to your home to dispose of them. Your neighbors will thank you for picking up after your pets.
Please observe the posted speed limits throughout Glenshire Towne. We have many children playing on our property and safety is our number one concern.
All vehicles parking in Glenshire Towne must be properly licensed and road-worthy. New residents to the State of Maryland must register their vehicles with the Department of Motor Vehicle Administration within 30 days. Buses, recreational vehicles, trailers and commercial vehicles are not permitted to park within the community.
Our community is a quiet place. Please help keep it that way by keeping the car radio volume turned down at night. Parties are fun, but loud parties running late into the night may not be fun for your neighbors. Please be considerate.
Please use the following two forms to help with Crime Prevention in our neighborhood
Most of the roads in our Community are the responsibility of Howard County. Please review the map below. Areas in yellow (parking spaces and two small portions of roads) are maintained by the community.
Thank you for making Glenshire Towne a better place to live!