Author: Country Place HOA

2023 Holiday Decorating Contest

Please vote for your favorite decorated home in Country Place! The winning home will receive $100! Contest and voting is open to residents only of Country Place HOA in Pasadena, MD. Only 1 vote allowed per household. Voting ends Dec. 24, 2023 at 12pm (noon). Winner will be announced shortly thereafter. Good luck!

Annual Meeting Dec. 5, 2023

The annual meeting of Country Place HOA members will be held on Tuesday, December 5, 2023 at 7:00 PM at the Eastern District Police Station, 204 Pasadena Road. Please watch your mailbox for the official notice and proxy form. Country Place Homeowners should make every effort to attend. If you cannot make it, please consider […]

Trash Cans and Recycling Bins

Please remove all Trash Cans and Recycling Bins from view the day they are emptied, either by placing behind a fence or inside your garage. Trash cans and recycling containers left in public view (ie, street, driveway, or in your front yard) detract from the appearance of our community. Article VII, Section 8 of our […]

Annual Dues: what do they pay for?

Annual dues are an important and necessary part of living together in a desirable community. To maintain the appearance of our community (as well as property values), annual homeowner dues cover: Country Place HOA dues are $200/year Effective January 2023, Country Place HOA dues are $200/year. Dues notices are mailed each January, and discounts have […]

Architectural Guidelines Preapproved List

The above list of pre-approved items was originally developed in March 1989 by the Country Place Board of Directors in conjunction with the Architectural Control Committee. It was updated in 1994 and again in July 2009. If you plan to make any of the modifications which appear on this list, you do not need to […]

Architectural Review Committee

According to Country Place HOA Covenants and By-Laws which every owner signed and agreed to when you purchased your homes, all residents of Country Place are bound by law to submit all proposed changes to their homes and properties to the Architectural Review Committee, and must receive approval from the committee before changes are made. […]