With the continuing pool staffing issues, the pool hours through Labor Day have been modified. Please see the new hours shown below. We have also extended the Wednesday pool hours later into the evening.
Monday, August 3oth: 3pm to 9pm
Tuesday, August 31st: 10am to 9pm
Wednesday, September 1: Noon to 11pm â€œnight swim under the starsâ€
Thursday, September 2nd through Sunday, September 5th: 10am to 9pm
Monday (Labor Day), September 6th: 10am to 5:30pm
Update: Due to concerns regarding the weather, the pool was closed on September 1st at 2pm (with plans to reopen the pool on September 2nd).
Due to mechanical issues, the Chapel Grove pool will close on Wednesday, July 21st and will remain closed until repairs can be completed. We apologize for this closure and will keep you posted on any other issues related to pool access. Thank you.
Update: The pool opened at noon today (Thursday, July 22nd) following necessary repairs. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Note: This message updates our earlier message about pool staffing issues on July 16th. Again, we will continue to update you on changes to pool hours.
The HOA Annual Meeting is scheduled for 7pm on Wednesday, August 18th, at the Chapel Grove Community Pool to discuss past, ongoing, and future HOA plans, as well as elect new members of the Board. We currently have five vacant positions. Given the difficulties in scheduling meetings at the Odenton Library, this seemed the best way to allow for an in-person meeting.
ProCom has mailed owners information on this meeting as well as a proxy ballot for those who cannot attend in person. We will need 60 owners represented in person or by proxy in order to hold the Annual Meeting. Should we lack a quorum for an Annual Meeting, we will proceed with a regular meeting and attempt an Annual Meeting again on September 15th at the same time and place.
On Monday,June 28, 2021, contractors will be performing asphalt repairs, seal coating, and restriping on Killarney Terrace. Asphalt structural repairs will be conducted at the end of the street near the storm drain in the marked spots only (areas marked for repair will have bright green spay paint and/or barricades set up). Once repairs are completed, the contractors will mill and remove all existing asphalt, lay and roll out new asphalt on the entire street, repaint all existing yellow curbing, and stripe parking spaces.
During this period, Killarney Terrace will be closed to traffic. Vehicles must be removed by 6:30am on the day work is scheduled, and are not permitted to return until the following day. If your vehicle is parked in your driveway once the work begins, your vehicle must remain in the driveway until the completion of the project. Again, once the work begins, any vehicles parked in homeowner driveways will have to remain parked in their driveway for at least 24 hours. Vehicles will not be able to enter or leave the area once the work begins. Also, please do not water your plants, run sprinklers, etc. on the front lawns until June 29th to ensure the road work can be completed without issues.
All cars not removed from curb areas, reserved spaces, and overflow/guest parking areas will be towed at the owner’s expense.
We appreciate everyone’s cooperation as we complete this project to enhance the community.
Note: Please see the notice mailed by ProCom for additional details.
The Chapel Grove pool will reopen on Saturday, May 29th. If you are interested in a pool pass for the 2021 swimming season, please visit the link below and complete the pool pass application online. And please visit the pool page below for more information on the pool rules this season.
Note: If you have already registered for a pool pass in the last two years, you do not need to re-register. You only need a PIN. Please visit the pool past link above and use the “Registered Previously or Approved” option on the right to request a PIN.
Davey Tree Service will be performing street tree maintenance on: Seneca Dr., Star Stella Dr., and Reliance Dr.Â To avoid damage to your vehicle, please do not park your cars in front of or near street trees on these roads.Â Davey Tree Service will be removing excessive mulch (mulch volcanos), attempting to repair girdling roots, and removing hazardous branches.Â Davey will be using a high-pressure air hose, which may cause debris to fall around the trees and on the sidewalks. Tree maintenance for the remaining streets is scheduled to take place next year.