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Charles Crossing Home Owner's Association
Charles Crossing is a 441 townhouse and single-family home community located in Charles County, Waldorf, Maryland. CCHOA is a private HOA with a Property Management Staff and elected volunteer Board Members.
CCHOA Mission Statement:
Charles Crossing Homeowner’s Association is committed to protecting and serving the community by providing a well–maintained, safe environment while being responsive to our community’s needs.
New Office Hours
Monday -Friday 9 am-3 pm
Effective Immediately, Appointments will be required for all office matters.
For all unscheduled appointments, contact CCHOA staff by phone or email:
CCHOA Pool will be closed 2022, due to needed safety and operational repairs
Please continue to view the CCHOA website for up-to-date information.
Board of Directors
Charles Crossing Homeowner’s Association
A Mask Must be worn to Enter the Office at All Times
Please make sure your mask covers your mouth and nose
COMMUNITY YARD SALE MOVED TO MAY 14th DUE TO INCLEMENT WEATHER REPORTS. ANY QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS PLEASE CONTACT THE MAIN EMAIL.
Office Closings 2022
January 10th - Account Review
January 17th – Martin Luther King Day
February 1st – Account Review Day
February 21st – President’s Day
March 1st – Account Review Day
May 30th – Memorial Day
June 20th - Juneteenth
July 4th - Independence Day
September 5th – Labor Day
October 4th - 8th - Contract Review
October 10th – Indigenous People Day
November 11th – Veteran’s Day
November 24th – 25th Thanksgiving Break
December 26th – 31st Christmas Break
New Assessment Payment Schedule for 2022
1st Installment - Due by 1/31/22
2nd Installment - Due by 2/28/22
3rd Installment - Due by 3/31/22
ANY payment not received on or before the due date will be assessed a 10% late fee
- Mail to1282 Smallwood Drive, West 506, Waldorf, MD 20603
- Cash ,Check, Cashiers Check ,or Money Order
- Bill Pay Set this up with your bank (we accept)
- In-person/Drop Box Located at Office Entrance
Removed by the County (Dept. of Transportation)
Click on link below to submit complaint
All roads within the community are County Roads. Concerns regarding parked vehicles causing imminent danger must be addressed with Charles County Sherriff's Department to investigate. For more information, please contact The County's Public Works Department at 301-870-2778.You may file your concerns on the Charles County's website for traffic safety by clicking on the link below:
****Please refrain from double Parking on all main roads***
Charles County Government is responsible for the maintenance of the trees in the common areas and alongside the curb in front of their homes. Residents may call the County @ (301) 932-3450 to submit a work request or submit one online at the link below, or contact the HOA. https://www.charlescountymd.gov/services/roads/report-a-road-concern.
You may submit a request for maintenance such as pruning, trimming and removal in the common areas/in front of the homes, except for the following streets:
- Collier Place
- Esser Place
- Larson Place
- Miranda Place
- Moffitt Place
- Omega Place
The properties that are listed above will have their trees maintained by the Homeowners and/or the HOA.
New Violation Tracking System
started June 21, 2021
HOALife - https://portal.hoalife.com/
Click on "Pool Guidelines" to see Updates
Date: Saturday June, 18, 2022
Time: 10:00 am-12pm
Place: Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 941 098 8807
Please click highlighted for Meeting Agenda- TBD
President: Shelley Broadnax - firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice President: Derek Watson - email@example.com
Treasurer: Lynell Veney - firstname.lastname@example.org
OFFICE STAFF MEMBERS
Property Specialist: Amoni Davis - email@example.com
Property Specialist/Auditor: Reynaldo Brown - firstname.lastname@example.org
Please feel free to view our
Message from Board of Directors
We have done a lot to improve our community over the years. This year, upgrades to the entrances and round-a-bout were completed as well as additional lighting homeowners requested. We are considering a multitude of other projects to enhance our community amenities and raise our property values. In conjunction with our efforts as your Board, there are two things we would ask of you:
First, while we try to upgrade the appearance of the common areas, we need each of you to maintain your own homes to the standards as set forth in our covenants. Working together, we can have a premier community.
Second, we need to hear from you as homeowners! Please feel free to complete a survey as well as converse with us on our community message board.