March 8, 2021, 7:00 PM
CCA Board Meeting will be held by ZOOM.
If you are a member of the CCA and would like to participate please send an email to email@example.com including your name,
home address, and phone number by
3:00 PM Monday March 8, 2021.
You will then be sent a link with the meeting invite.
Meeting Minutes Approval – February 8 Board of Directors Meeting
Police Chief Report
Town Manager Report
Other Business as Appropriate
Executive Session to discuss legal matters
The Crofton Police will begin listing found/recovered property under the Crofton Police tab of this website. If you believe the listed property is yours simply contact Crofton Police. You must provide proof of ownership in order to claim any property.
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***“Enclave” Property VOTE status***
The Crofton Civic Association’s Board of Directors has concluded its vote
of the community regarding the purchase of the 7-acre parcel of
undeveloped land at our front yard known as the “Enclave” property.
Having reached a definitive vote
(1,322 or 50% + 1) of property owners
in the Crofton Special Community Benefits District (CSCBD) in
favor of the proposal, the measure is adopted.
On the date the threshold was met, the verified count is as follows:
“Yes” votes – 1,329
“No” votes – 200
This equates to an 87% favorable vote.
As a result, the Board will be moving to the next step in the process -
securing a letter of commitment from a commercial lender and
negotiating a contract of sale with the seller.
Assuming satisfactory completion of both, the proposal then goes to the
County for its various layers of approval. We will keep you posted throughout the process.
To those that cast a ballot, we thank you for making your voices heard
on this important issue and guiding our path forward.
CCA Board of Directors
Additional information can be found here.
The Crofton Chamber of Commerce will hold it's Winter Market at St. Elizabeth Seton Church, select Saturday's from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM, November 14, 2020 through April 17, 2021.
Plan2040 is the General Development Plan for Anne Arundel County. It sets the policy framework to protect the natural environment, shape development of the built environment, provide public services to promote healthy communities, and support a diverse, resilient economy. Plan2040 provides a shared, long-range framework for County elected officials, staff, and community members for addressing land use issues. It balances many competing demands on land use by creating consistent development patterns.
Plan2040 was developed through dozens of public forums and is informed by thousands of comments from the community. There are many common concerns throughout the County, including traffic congestion, school capacity, environmental protection, and housing affordability. These issues are complex and broad; addressing them requires the efforts of over 20 County departments, along with State and Federal agencies, non-profit organizations, and the private sector. Plan2040 includes goals, policies, and strategies to address these issues and manage development and redevelopment.
Current Status: Legislation
County Council Draft Documents
Plan2040 (Volume I) includes the vision and themes, goals, policies, and strategies, the planned land use map, and the implementation plan.
Plan2040: Background (Volume II) provides supporting background information.
Additional information can be found at
Trees and Shrubs
During the Covid Pandemic there has been a significant increase in the number of residents using our sidewalks and roadways for exercise and simply as a way to get out of the house and get some fresh air. Predictably, with increased foot, skateboard, tricycle and bicycle traffic out there, Town Hall has received an increased number of complaints regarding the trimming of trees and shrubs located on private property near sidewalks and also those located in curb lawns (the grass space between the sidewalk and the curb).
Therefore, we wanted to give you a gentle reminder to be considerate of your neighbors who are out there walking, jogging and bicycling. If you have trees or plants or shrubs growing on your property adjacent to the sidewalk please remember to trim that vegetation on a regular basis so that they do not overhang the sidewalk or grow in such a way as to encroach on the sidewalk, thereby impeding passage. We also request that if you have added any plants or shrubs to the curb lawn in front of your home that you also keep them trimmed so that they do not impede people who are walking on the sidewalk.
Finally, many homes have trees growing in the curb lawn in front of the house. The County does not often come out to maintain these trees unless the trees present a public safety hazard or are in such bad condition that the trees need to have large branches removed or need to be cut down completely and removed. If you have a curbside tree that appears to present a hazard or is dying please do not hesitate to contact Town Hall about it. We will take a look at the tree in question and then contact the County Department of Public Works so that they can examine the tree and decide what action needs to be taken. Since the trees are not routinely maintained by the County, we would encourage homeowners to trim small branches that appear to be dead or which are over-hanging the sidewalks and may impede other residents who are using the sidewalks. In dry periods we would also encourage you to provide some water for those trees as well.
Thanks for your help!
Your Covenants are now on line. Click here to print your copy.
The Crofton Special Community Benefits District (CSCBD) is divided into five districts. Click here to find your district.
CCA Community ListServ
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Crofton Parkway Flag Program
This program is funded by donations to the Kiwanis Flag Fund. Every year between 20-30 flags need to be retired and replaced. Donations made to the "Kiwanis Parkway Flag Fund" can be sent to:
Crofton Kiwanis Club
PO Box 3101
Crofton, MD 21114
Crofton Town Hall is now open to the residents of the Tax District Monday-Friday from 10-4. At no time will more than 10 people, including Police, staff and visitors be allowed inside the building. Visitors must wear face coverings when inside Town Hall. Appropriate social distancing must be observed and visitors must remain in designated areas. Currently there is no public restroom available in Town Hall. We hope it will not be too long before Town Hall operations are back to normal. We are glad to be back at Town Hall so that we can better serve the residents of Crofton!
For more information you may go to aacounty.org for COVID-19 Information, Resources and Cancellations. You may email the County at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the COVID-19 Health line at 410-222-7256. You may also refer to the State Department of Health at coronavirus.maryland.gov.
The CCA is now accepting on-line donations! Donation dollars will support the vital services provided by the CCA that your tax dollars do not. These services include protecting property values by enforcing covenants, proactively representing your interests in area development and zoning concerns, and administering the Tax District overall. We have no other revenue stream than donations from our members, so your contributions are vital to the success of our community.
Please support your civic association today!!
As always, if you would prefer to donate the old fashioned way, please send a check or money order to: Crofton Civic Association, 1576 Crofton Parkway, Crofton, MD, 21114.
Thank you for your much needed support!