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VILLA NOVA

COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION

We are all responsible for consistently maintaining a high standard of living within our community. Our residents’ satisfaction is a priority of the Villa Nova Community Association. We work to resolve problems and plan community events. Being a member of the Villa Nova Community Association means you are helping to improve and keep Villa Nova a great place to live.

Help us continue the great work of this association by paying your dues. Dues paying members may vote and receive a free table at the flea market. The accomplishments of the VNCA over the past years include: Buckingham RD Bridge repaired and reopened; installation of flag pole and war memorial; speed humps on Buckingham RD; 4-way STOP sign at Buckingham and Rockridge RDs; tree planting along stream banks to prevent erosion and protect stream environment; installation of wood duck houses to encourage repopulation;  USPS change to Pikesville, Maryland; repair of war memorial monument; new Villa Nova Welcome sign at the Buckingham RD Bridge; fought zoning on an oversigned sign at an assisted living facility in Villa Nova; prevent the Planned Unit Development (P.U.D.) at the former Pahl's Farm on Bedford RD and work with Augsburg Lutheran Village to tailor their P.U.D. to meet the needs of the Villa Nova community.

Thank you Villa Nova! All accomplished because of you, the volunteer!

Crime Trend Alert 

11/18/2020

Baltimore County Police Department

 

 

 

Community Outreach Team

Pikesville Precinct #4

215 Milford Mill Road

Baltimore, MD 21208

410-887-6775


 

Dear Community Members,

 

Between 11/01/20 and 11/18/20 the Pikesville Precinct has experienced an increase of burglaries of homes, burglaries of sheds, thefts of packages from doorsteps and thefts from motor vehicles. During this time period there was a combined total of 29 incidents throughout the precinct boundaries.  

 

Please lock your vehicles and remove all valuables from your vehicle.  This includes vehicle keys, house keys, and garage door openers. Keep your residences secured at all times.  Lock your windows, doors, and use your residential alarm system if available. 

 

The Pikesville Precinct Community Outreach Team offers free residential security surveys, where a uniformed officer will respond to your home and provide ideas to better secure your residence.  Officers from the Pikesville Precinct are actively patrolling your neighborhood.  If you have any questions or would like to schedule a security survey, please contact the Pikesville Community Outreach Team at 410-887-6775.

 

Please be vigilant of suspicious subjects or vehicles roaming through the neighborhoods. If you notice any suspicious activity, safely get a good description of the subjects and contact 911.

 

REMEMBER, YOU ARE THE EYES AND EARS OF THE COMMUNITY.

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BCPS CAMPFIELD RESOURCE CENTER - Learning activities to assist parents in helping their children. 

 

 

 

POLICE COMMUNITY RELATIONS COUNCIL Meetings 4th Tuesday of the Month at 7pm at the Baltimore Hebrew Congregation at the corner of Park Heights And Slade Avenues. Parking in the rear. All are welcome!

LIBERTY ROAD COMMUNITY COUNCIL (LRCC)  

Meets the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 7:30pm at the Randallstown Community Center on Resource Drive. All are welcome!

The CAMPFIELD JUDY CENTER needs volunteers. Contact Maureen Creitz, 410.887.1266, 6834 Alter Street.

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