Ridgeleigh is a neighborhood of over 1,100 town homes located in Parkville, Maryland between Loch Raven Boulevard, Putty Hill Avenue, Oakleigh Road, and Joppa Road. We are a well established community of friendly neighbors with exceptional community spirit. The Ridgeleigh Community Association is a 501(c)4 non profit organization of Ridgeleigh residents. Our Association is dedicated to promoting involvement and participation in our community and keeping Ridgeleigh a great place to live.
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The Ridgeleigh Community Association's membership meets four times a year. Membership meetings are held in the meeting room at Johnny Dee's Lounge located at 1706 Joan Avenue. The meetings begin at 7:00PM. The doors always open at 6:30PM so that neighbors can socialize and enjoy some great food before the meeting begins.
The Ridgeleigh Community Association Board of Directors meets on the last Thursday of the month at Johnny Dee's Lounge at 7:00PM. Meetings are open to all members of the Ridgeleigh Community Association who have board related business to attend to.
Specific meeting dates can be found on our calendar of events.
Your membership in the Ridgeleigh Community Association contributes to a collective public voice on community concerns and issues. It also improves, strengthens, and adds value to the community by allowing the Association to organize culture enriching activities, beautify the neighborhood, and facilitate communication among community members on shared concerns and issues.
Follow the link below to renew your membership in the Ridgeleigh Community Association. After entering your information you will have the option to either pay online via PayPal or mail a check. Membership cards will be delivered to you within 15 days after dues payment is received.
Please contact us at email@example.com or call (410) 870-9598 with any enquiries.
THE RIDGELEIGH REVIEW
Our newsletter, the Ridgeleigh Review, is distributed by our block captains to the residents of Ridgeleigh on a quarterly basis. Copies of past newsletters are available by clicking on one of the links below. If you would like to receive an electronic subscription to the Ridgeleigh Review, then please let us know by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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As a neighborhood volunteer organization, the Asssociation upholds the highest standards of transparency by making available all documents pertinent to the running of the organization. To view our Association's bylaws, just click on the link below.