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Articles of Incorporation (pdf file)
HOA By Laws (pdf file)
2021 Assessment Letter Form (pdf file)
2021 Calendar of Events (pdf file)
Carroll County Laws
Animal Control Laws for Carroll County
Snow Removal and Maintenance Laws in Carroll County
Snow Removal and Maintenance
(A) No person shall permit ice or an accumulation of snow to remain on any public sidewalk adjacent to a lot or parcel occupied by him or her or on a public sidewalk adjacent to any unoccupied lot or parcel owned by him or her for a period of longer than 12 hours after the same has formed or fallen. In the event snow falls between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m., the occupant will have until 6:00 p.m. the following day to clear the sidewalk.
(B) The owner, tenant, or occupant of the property in front of which a public sidewalk passes shall be responsible for the repair, maintenance, and replacement of the sidewalk in front of the property owned and occupied and shall keep the public sidewalk in a safe condition and free from defects. Construction materials for replacement and repair of existing public sidewalks shall be of the same material as and be otherwise consistent with the existing public sidewalks in the neighborhood.
(C) In the sole discretion of the Director of the Department of Public Works, or his or her successor or assign, and if funds and personnel are available for the same, the Director of the Department of Public Works may, but is not required to, conduct voluntary inspections of sidewalks to assure that the owners of property abutting sidewalks are complying with the maintenance requirements imposed above.
(2004 Code, § 197-30) (Ord. 04-11, passed 4-12-2004) Penalty, see § 92.999
MAILBOX DAMAGE caused by a snowplow (from the Carroll County website)
This information is from the website - https://www.carrollcountymd.gov/government/directory/public-works/roads-operations/snowice-removal-guidelines-for-carroll-county-md/
If a snowplow has damaged your mailbox during a weather event, please use the county's SEE CLICK REPORT system to report the damage. Make sure to include your address. Website for SEE CLICK REPORT: https://carrollcountymd.gov/seeclickreport
Please note that information submitted is subject to disclosure under the Maryland Public Information Act if a request for such information is received by Carroll County Government.