Association Manager: Linda Rupert
410-721-0777 301-261-0777 Ext. 101
LINK TO COMMUNITY WEBSITE
The Queen’s Park Community Association serves Queen’s Park I, Queen’s Park II and Cambridge Crossing at Queen’s Park with a total of 450 homes. Queen’s Park I, developed in 1973, was the first phase of the community and includes 62 semi-detached homes. Queen’s Park II was developed in three phases from 1975 to 1980 and includes 268 semi-detached homes. The Cambridge Crossing Addition at Queen’s Park was developed from 1988-1989 and includes 120 homes.
SPECIAL TAX DISTRICT
The homes in Queen’s Park I, II, and Cambridge Crossing at Queen’s Park have been designated a Special Community Benefits District (SCBD) under Article 4, Title 7 of the Anne Arundel County Code. This is a geographical district established by the County Council and is administered by the Queen’s Park Community Association, Inc.
The purposes of the Queen’s Park SCBD is:
To maintain and improve community property including playground facilities and equipment;
To provide community services; and
To defray the administrative costs connected with these activities.
The QPCA budget is prepared annually and sent by first class mail to homeowners in accordance with the laws governing the SCBD. Budget preparation discussions are held at our general meetings from September to December. Although the QPCA strives to maintain a consistent and moderate tax rate, we cannot guarantee a specific amount from year to year.
The tax rate is shared equally by all homeowners and is assessed through the county Real Property Tax bill. These tax payments are collected by Anne Arundel County and then remitted to the Association in 2-3 disbursements. As a result, our fiscal year must coincide with A.A. County running July 1 to June 30th.
Note: You may access the Anne Arundel County Code online at www.aacounty.org. If there is not an option under "Top Searches", then choose Agencies/Boards, then choose Planning and Zoning.
2019 MEETING SCHEDULE
Meetings to be held on Mondays at the Rivera Beach Library, 1130 Duvall Hwy, Pasadena at 7:00 PM unless designated otherwise. All residents are invited to attend.
Note: If you have a special guest or elected official that you would like to attend, please contact ProCom at least 5 days prior to the meeting.
All roads within the community are Anne Arundel County roads. The county is responsible for snow removal.
Please call Anne Arundel County Trash at 410-222-6100.
Call 410-222-8900 to receive the appropriate information regarding county animal laws and services.
STREET LIGHT OUTAGES
Call BGE at 410-685-0123 to file a report. The 4 digit yellow tag number on the pole and street cross sections may be required.