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TRASH COLLECTION TIPS

TRASH COLLECTION TIPS

Consider these tips to reduce wind-blown trash and recycling Residents should secure their recycling and trash bins and wheeled carts to prevent litter and possible damage to the containers. Place lighter materials at the bottom of your wheeled cart and heavier items on top to prevent the lighter items from blowing out. If your wheeled …

Parking Rule Reminders

Parking Rule Reminders

As we approach the Easter Holiday, I wanted to remind everyone of the association’s parking rules. Vehicles need a valid parking permit to park on private streets. PRIVATE STREETS (need a valid parking permit to park): Davis Point Lane, North Channel Drive, Sable Court, Settling Pond Lane, South Channel Drive, Smith’s Cove Lane, and Miner …

TheBus Spring Service Changes

TheBus Spring Service Changes

PROPOSED THEBUS SCHEDULE CHANGES Prince George’s County is proposing to change where routes go and adjust schedules on select TheBus routes. You can take a closer look at the proposed changes respond to a survey to provide feedback on DPW&T’s TheBus Spring Service Changes site. The project team will host a a virtual town hall …

City of Greenbelt News

City of Greenbelt News

UNLICENSED AND ILLEGAL BUSINESSES ARE PROHIBITED IN PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY Prince George’s County is cracking down on illegal home-based businesses. Beginning March 1st, the Department of Permitting, Inspections, and Enforcement (DPIE) will have inspectors out in the community engaging with homeowners’ associations (HOAs), community partners, and others to raise awareness of this initiative and begin …

2024 Greenbelt Station Annual Property Inspection Notice

2024 Greenbelt Station Annual Property Inspection Notice

Spring is coming! With Spring comes the Greenbelt Station Annual Property Inspection. The community’s governing documents and architectural design standards are designed to maintain Greenbelt Station’s curb appeal. While maintenance of common areas is the responsibility of the homeowners association, maintenance of your yard is your responsibility. During Greenbelt Station’s Annual Property inspection, we at …

Winter Weather Conditions Alert

Winter Weather Conditions Alert

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch for our area from 11 p.m. Friday to 7 a.m. Saturday, with 2-4 inches of snow in some areas. Management is actively monitoring the situation and will be coordinating with our snow removal contractor during the snowfall event. As a reminder, the Association is responsible …

For Condominium Owners – The Courts, The Pointe & The Vistas

For Condominium Owners – The Courts, The Pointe & The Vistas

A MESSAGE FROM TIDEWATER PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Tidewater, your condominium management company, has switched to a new portal effective 1/1/24. The site is being updated daily with historical information, including governing documents, association information, and account information, and you can submit architectural or maintenance requests directly from the portal. An app version of the portal will …

Greenbelt Wayfinding Survey

Greenbelt Wayfinding Survey

The Neighborhood Design Center (NDC) is preparing a Greenbelt Strategic Wayfinding Plan for the City of Greenbelt funded by the Prince George’s County Planning Department’s Planning Assistance to Municipalities and Communities (PAMC) Program, and they are looking for input from the community. Community members are encouraged to take this brief survey, and to identify wayfinding …

Winter Weather Advisory

Winter Weather Advisory

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for our area. Management is actively monitoring the situation and will coordinate with our snow removal contractor as needed. As a reminder, the Association is responsible for shoveling sidewalks and the lead walks for the Condominiums. Townhome owners are responsible for removing snow from the …

Snow Event Update

Snow Event Update

Management is closely monitoring the weather and is in constant communication with our snow removal contractor. As a precautionary measure, we have initiated sidewalk treatment. As a reminder, the Association is responsible for shoveling sidewalks and the lead walks for the Condominiums. Townhome owners are responsible for removing snow from the walkway to their front …