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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 its community’s needs.

 

 

Community Announcements

TREE TRIMMING

Will take place November 13 - November 15 on scheduled streets between 7:30 am - 4:00 pm. During this time all street parking is prohibited. Please see flyer by clicking here...Tree Trimming

  • Ayres Court                            

  • Astill Court

  • Bergamont Court

  • Cadwell Street

  • Ethridge Court

  • Gossett Court

  • Hubbard Court

  • Sedgewick Drive

OFFICE HOURS

October - December

Monday - Friday 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

NO WEEKEND HOURS

LIGHT INSTALLATION

More lights are being installed on Kaspar Court, Cadwell Street, Sedgewick Drive, Nobility Court, Senna Court and Hosta Court. 

We appreciate your patience as we continue to find ways make our community safe.

                

NEW STOP SIGNS

Placed on each 4 way intersections - Bergamont Court & Cadwell Street and also on Medfield Court & Senna Court. Also the word "STOP" was painted at both 4 way intersections.

 

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OFFICE HOURS

FALL & WINTER

Office Closed

Christmas & New Year      12.24.19 - 1.1.20

WINTER/SPRING/SUMMER 2020

Office Hours

January - September 

Monday - Friday   7:30am - 4:30pm

1st Friday only      7:30am - 6:00pm

1st Saturday only  9:00am - 1:00pm

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BOARD MEMBERS

President: Shelley Broadnax - sbroadnax@charlescrossinghoa.com

Vice President: Derek Watson - dwatson@charlescrossinghoa.com

Treasurer: Lynell Veney - lveney@charlescrossinghoa.com

Secretary: Matthew Johnson - mjohnson@charlescrossinghoa.com

OFFICE STAFF MEMBERS

Operations Manager & Notary: Clarensinna Murray - cmurray@charlescrossinghoa.com

Community Specialist/Auditor: Reynaldo Brown - rbrown@charlescrossinghoa.com

Community Specialist: Amoni Davis - adavis@charlescrossinghoa.com

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2020 NOTICE OF FEES INCREASE

The Board of Directors has determined that we would conduct a financial analysis of our expenditures and assessments to make the best decision for the CCHOA community and notify the homeowners as expeditiously as possible should there be a change in CCHOA's assessments. In review of the assessments, governing documents, and a need to increase the current assessments. Please click on the link "2020 Increases" to see the changes.

BUDGET

Please feel free to view 

1st page: 2019 Projected Budget

2nd page: 2019 Projected Budget

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COMMUNITY & COUNTY ROADS

Attention residents, after speaking with the County, it was brought to the HOA's attention that residents are not responsible for maintaining the trees along the curb. The responsibility falls on either the County or the HOA.

STOP SIGNS

Placed on Bergamont Court & Cadwell Street also on Medfield Court & Senna Court

TREE TRIMMING

The HOA or the residents can call the County to submit a work request to have the trees trimmed when needed. The work request provides maintenance to the trees in the common areas/in front of the homes, except the following:

- 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. Again, Homeowner's are not responsible for the maintenance of the trees in the common areas and alongside the curb in front of their home.

COMMUNITY ROADS

The roads in the community are NOT the HOA's property. The HOA is responsible for common areas in the community such as: townhouse alongside the curb, community center and sidewalks in the common areas. The roads in Charles Crossing community belongs to Charles County. For more information, please contact The County's Public Works Department at 301-870-2778 and ask to speak with Mrs. April Knott. 

WASTE STATIONS

New waste stations are being installed on Gossett Court, Nobility Court, Cadwell Street, Sedgewick Drive and Bergamont Court. As a reminder, please ensure you are utilizing our doggy waste bags and stations. These are in place so we can ensure that we maintain a clean and attractive neighborhood for all residents.

SHEDS

We are happy to announce the sheds have been approved!! You can  find the amendment to the shed within the Governing Documents section in the "HOA Forms" tab. We have the Shed Regulations also available in the "HOA Forms" tab.

FACEBOOK PAGE

We have a Facebook page in addition to having access to our website, email and mail, we also wanted to add a social media page that you will be able to "like" and stay informed on current/upcoming events, newsletters, board meetings, and more! Please go to our Facebook page and click on the "like" button. 

https://www.facebook.com/CharlesCrossingHomeownersAssociation/ 

POOL

                             *****Closing on Monday, September 2, 2019*****

                                                        

Reminder: Charles Crossing Homeowner's Association's Board of Directors and Piney Grove's Board of Directors agreed to allow Piney Grove residents to utilize Charles Crossing's pool, tennis court and playground, for which they will pay a fee. 

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Message from Board of Directors

We have done a lot to improve our community over the years. 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.