Who may represent our community association at zoning and other hearings?
Baltimore County Zoning Regulations require that individuals representing a community association at hearings must be officially authorized by the association’s board of directors. This requirement is commonly referred to as “Rule 8″ of the zoning regulations. To download a copy of the Baltimore County Zoning Regulations, Rule 8, and sample resolutions, click here.
Keep your neighbors aware of sex offenders in the area.
Convicted sex offenders are required by law to register with the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services, which maintains the sex offender registry. Offenders must notify the Department of any change in their address. To check the sex offender registry at: socem.info.
How does our community association address over-rented houses?
Baltimore County code requires property owners who rent to more than two unrelated individuals to secure a roominghouse/boardinghouse permit. If you suspect that a home is rented to more than two unrelated individuals, contact Baltimore County Code Enforcement at (410) 887-8099 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
How does our community association address problems with Towson University students living in our neighborhood?
Towson University has a Policy on Off-Campus Disorderly & Disruptive Behavior that defines when the University will get involved to address off-campus student behavior. See the policy here.
Here is the Off-Campus Housing Guide.
Report problems with off-campus TU students to email@example.com. Or call the TU Student Lifeline: 410-704-LIFE (5433)
Rental Registration Program
Baltimore County has a county-wide rental registration program that requires all owners of rental properties of six or fewer units to register the property with the County Department of Permits and Development Management. For more information on the rental registration program, go here. Baltimore County zoning regulations permit no more than TWO unrelated adult tenants per unit in buildings with six of fewer units.