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Construction Alert! - Woodbourne Manor Water Lines
Wednesday, March 18th
Our property management company was notified last week by a project manager from the new development, Woodbourne Manor, that they will begin excavation mid-week (3/18/15) to run the water lines from the intersection of MD 180 and Copperfield Drive up to the new neighborhood. Please allow yourselves extra time to get to your destination as leaving the neighborhood may be delayed with MD 180 being reduced to one lane of traffic.
From the Board
Reminders from the Copperfield HOA Board
Please remember not to place your trash out before 7:00 PM the night before pick up. Also remember to secure any materials that might blow out of your cans or recycle bins. We want to eliminate the papers & plastic bottles that are being found along our streets.
For a recent update on trash, recycling and yard waste pickup please review the Copperfield Trash and Recycling Guide found under the Calendar page.
Please read your Architectural Rules and Regulations. Any changes to the exterior appearance of your home will require the approval of the Architectural Control Committee. This includes things like fences, sheds, patios, decks, driveways, sidewalks, pools, screen doors, revising color schemes, and more. All requests should be submitted to Copperfield HOA c/o Swank Property Management. Please use the Architectural Change Request application found on the Documents page.
Located on Newington Road
Overlook Park is open year round to all residence of Copperfield for non-commercial recreational activities to the members of their family and household guests.
Overlook Park is equipped with a walking path, benches, shelter, picnic table and grill. Please take advantage of these great facilities. Remember to always leave the park cleaner than when you arrived and be courteous of surrounding neighbors.
Any member desiring to use Overlook Park for an organized event (company party, charitable event, etc.) where more than twelve non-members are expected to attend are more than welcome to do so, but you need to obtain prior approval by the Board.
Radon reports are high for the Frederick area.
Water tested in the Copperfield area is good. You can view those results by clicking here. However, Radon may be a concern in our area and something you may want to test in your own home. Radon testing in Maryland places Frederick County with the highest underground levels. One home in Whittier is fighting Radon above acceptable levels. You can read that story by clicking here.