P.O. Box 522 • Glen Burnie, Maryland 21060
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2015 Meetings- NEW - First Tuesday of the month listed

 6:30 PM at the Harundale Presbyterian Church Lounge Area

We have heard that people wanted a new time and day to come to the meetings
February 3rd 630PM
May 5th 630PM
August 4th 630PM
November 3rd 630PM
Please be sure to tell your neighbors of the new times! see you there.

Community Information

Lets think Spring

I am sure that after this bitter cold winter we are all ready to except the oncoming of spring! While we have had a small taste of the warmer weather remember that march will have its ups and downs of temperatures. I hope that we can all do our part by getting out and sprucing up our yards and perhaps cleaning up what Winter weather made us put off. be sure to walk around your property to see that the freezing temps, snow or wind haven't created issues with your siding, gutters and downspouts. the rains of spring can create its own issues if there are problems that go unchecked or unresolved.


What to Do If the Lights Go Out

With Spring and thunderstorms of the season on their way, now is a good time to review things to do in the event of a power outage.

Keep flashlights, a battery-powered radio and fresh batteries handy.

Check on elderly neighbors and those with special needs who might need additional assistance.

Unplug sensitive electronics and appliances like space heaters to prevent damage when power is restored.

Keep the fridge and freezer doors and drawers closed, and wrap the fridge in blankets to help insulate it.

Keep curtains closed and limit trips outside to maintain temperature for a longer period.

Prepare today! Make an emergency plan and talk about it with your family to help everyone know what steps to take.

Community Yard Sale

Plans for next year are being discussed.

Roadwork information

There are plans to have more roadwork done in the fiscal 2015 year! this is great news and our voices are being heard.

We continue to have conversations with the County Executives office regarding the completion of the other roads within the community as well.  Those who live on roads that have not seen any improvement should keep calling the Northern District roads for requests!  It helps to keep them hearing from those that are impacted! 410-222-6141 


To help improve our community by participating in committees and community event planning. HELP SUPPORT YOUR COMMUNITY.

Community Clean-Up / Ride Through
We hire police officers to conduct our community ride through and extra security when needed. This service provides us with the necessary information to file zoning violations throughout our community. Please check our web site for updates and important phone numbers related to this community.
Abandoned Houses

There has been quite a bit of activity on homes in our area where the banks are starting to clean up and sell the properties that have been sitting.  This is great to see however if you see activity in a home and are not sure that they should be there please notify the police so that they can assure proper identity and purpose of being there.

We are asking for help in notifying the Harundale Civic Association to report abandoned properties so that the owners can be contacted and asked to maintain their properties. In the event the owner can't be contacted, we will make arrangements to secure the property and cut the lawn.

PODS and Storage Containers
Personal storage units are illegal when placed on the street in Anne Arundel County. These units must be placed on the homeowner's property (not the section between the street and sidewalk), and are limited to a six week period per county code. These units may only stay on your property for a longer period of time if you have a valid building permit, however six months is the absolute longest allowable period. Our community association will report all violations to the necessary authorities.
Harundale Presbyterian Church
Worship on Sundays at 10:30 AM, child care is provided, all are welcome. Come and be nourished and encouraged in faith. We are located at 1020 East Way (next to the library). Our phone number is 410-766-4338. Please visit us at our web address which is www.harundalepc.org

Citizens information Center

This is a quick link to the Anne Arundel government pages.

click here to view

Curbside Trash 

it is important for everyone to wait until the night before the scheduled day to set out your cans and debris. Please return your containers from the curb area as soon as possible.

Remember also that if your scheduled day of collection falls on a holiday, your pickup day moves to the day after!

While driving through the neighborhood today, on trash day, I witnessed several drivers that did not give right of way to the men working on the waste removal trucks! In fact one of the guys almost got hit!!! Can we please slow down and give these hard working individuals a few moments to do their job!!! Just a little patience.. They are working for you!

All of us have now received the BIG yellow recycle bins!

If there are any problems or concerns you can contact Waste collections at 410-222-6103

More information regarding curbside trash is available at this link.

curbside trash pickup


Power out or downed wires?
Call to report it!
Go to www.BGE.com to learn more

Signage placed along our roadways
ALL signs will be removed immediately unless the participant has made arrangements for their placement and removal through this community association.

Community Information


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Be Alert! Residential Burglaries by Deception Suspects Posing as Utility Workers

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Volunteers Needed for Tax Season

Volunteers are not required to have a financial background in order to help with the tax returns, but CPAs, attorneys, bookkeepers and people with financial training are encouraged to volunteer.
Volunteers will be stationed at one of the counties senior activity centers and will be available by appointment between Feb. 2 and April 10.
VITA is part of the Retired Senior and Volunteer Program (RSVP) at the Anne Arundel County Department of Aging and Disabilities. For more information, call 410-222-6717.


The Severna Park Library will be closed January 5 through February 1 for Improvements. The book drop will be also closed during the renovations. Books can be dropped off at any Anne Arundel County Library. Nearby libraries to Severna Park include:

1.Crofton Community Library at 681 Reidel Road

2.Broadneck Community Library at 1275 Green Holly Drive

3.Glen Burnie Regional Library at 1010 Eastway

Residents are also invited to use the Andrew G.Truxal Library of Anne Arundel Community College (library card is free to all residents). All residents taking out books prior to the closure will be granted an extended 8-week borrowing period from the day the material is checked out. This includes DVDs and eReaders.

Zoning and permits information


 18-17-102.  Inoperable and unregistered vehicles.

 (a)   Definition. For purposes of this section, the term "vehicle" means a motor vehicle, trailer, or boat.

 (b)   Scope. This section does not apply to the storage of vehicles as accessory to a marina or a service and sales facility or to the storage of unregistered vehicles within a roofed structure entirely enclosed on all sides.

  (c)   Prohibition. Except as provided otherwise by this article, land may not be used for the parking, storage, collection, accumulation, or abandonment of any inoperable, wrecked, partially dismantled, or destroyed vehicle or of any vehicle that does not display all information required by law, including a current registration plate and validation sticker.


Pet Owners

Dogs may be “man’s best friend” and a delightful sight, but if owners are negligent, dogs can also be quite a public nuisance. For instance, owners who fail to pick up after their pets contribute to the spread of disease and create an undesirable walking environment. Dog poop can carry tapeworm, salmonella, and E. coli, diseases that might not be a direct harm to humans, but that can easily spread to other animals. Not to mention that rainwater washes the waste into drains, therefore requiring more sanitation efforts and potentially lowering the quality of water. Therefore, it is crucial that dog owners heed dog poop and leash laws.

There is a pet station cleanup located in the triangle on guildford road that is used by many of our residents. Thank You! However sadly to say there are several dog owners that walk their pets in our park areas and along the medians and feel there is no need to comply with the laws and common respect for others. Dogs should always be leashed in public areas regardless of the nature of the animal and you should pick up after your pet when they go in these areas. You know who you are and so do we!!!



Holiday Party


Santa Tour 2015    TBD

1st running of the Harundale Express- 2014

We cant even begin to thank the handful of people involved in making this event happen!

The Kistner Family (Non Resident)

The Jackson Family  (Resident)

The Lewis Family (Resident)

The Walton Family (Resident)

The Rubin Family (Resident)

AutoGrafix Inc. for the lettering (Non Resident)

Arundle Seafood For the donation of sound equipment

(Non Resident)

I hope that this is a new tradition that will last and improve with time!

Click here to view more photos and other past events


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