Herald Harbor is more than just an address-it's a community.  Beyond the welcoming neighbors, there are plenty of things that make Herald Harbor a special place to live.  Once considered a part-time community, Herald Harbor has grown to a thriving and involved full-time, year-round neighborhood.

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD the most recent proposed revisions to the HHCA bylaws. The HHCA incorporated all of the comments from the County and cleaned up some other parts based on previous community discussions.  As a reminder, we are not proposing to enact these bylaws now, only if we are able to get 50%+1 on the SCBD petition.  The board and community discussions was that we would post these bylaws on the HHCA website with some highlighted topics that the board heard from the community during our last SCBD effort that we have addressed here.  Some of those include:


  • Creating two classes of membership – Voting and Non-Voting.  Voting Members are those who are property owners in the SCBD.  Non-Voting Members are either residents who live within the SCBD boundaries but are not property owners or residents of the area outside of the SCBD that we have traditionally included in the HHCA (Long Point, Severnside, etc.)

  • Only Voting Members may be on the Board and have a vote on SCBD matters.

  • Non-Voting Members can still use HHCA facilities as they have traditionally, with the associate sticker fees, etc.

  • Provision to allow the SCBD to pay the membership fees of Voting Members.

  • Provision to allow the Board to restrict member access to HHCA facilities for cause but a prohibition on restricting voting rights related to the financial matters of the SCBD.

  • New procedures for amending the bylaws.

  • Special SCBD budget procedures.

  • Maximum SCBD assessment of $250 per improved lot.

  • Provision for providing a 50% refund of SCBD assessments for our low-income residents.

  • New audit procedures.

The HHCA Board would like to address any and all concerns, please email VPHeraldHarbor@gmail.com or join us at an upcoming General Meeting.  Our next General Meeting on Monday, November 30, 2020 - on ZOOM - Megan Satinsky-Roberts will give a presentation to the community on the SCBD.  Current HHCA bylaw can be DOWNLOADED BY CLICKING HERE.


Hosted on ZOOM at 7:00 p.m. Please send an email to PresidentHeraldHarbor@gmail.com to request the meeting link.

November 30, 2020
December - No Meeting
January 25, 2021
February 22, 2021
March 22, 2021
April 26, 2021
May 24, 2021 (Early Due to Holiday)
June - No Meeting
July 26, 2021
August - No Meeting
September 27, 2021
October 25, 2021
November 29, 2021
December - No Meeting

*applications are accepted based on availability on the rack.

*must be a member of HHCA to get a parking pass for off street parking at Bonaparte Beach, parking available based on availability.

The HHCA Elves have been talking and have decided to host the HOLIDAY LIGHT CONTEST. They will social distance themselves – so the judging will take place on 2 nights this year. If you would like the opportunity for your house to be judged, make sure to have your lights on December 16th and 17th.


Herald Harbor Holly Trolley to lights on the bay and downtown annapolis for midnight madness

Thursday, December 3, 2020

Thursday, December 10, 2020

Thursday, December 17, 2020

at 6:30 p.m. $25

Meet at Herald Harbor Community Center

Thursday, November 19, 2020

at 6:30 p.m. $65.00

 Herald Harbor Community Center

Thanksgiving Centerpiece Workshop fundraiser

Walking ghost tour

in downtown annapolis

Thursday, December 3, 2020

at 6:30 p.m. $35 if you want to ride the Trolley from Herald Harbor Community Center or $25 if you would like to join us on location in Downtown Annapolis.


HHCA President: Ashley Lyons


HHCA Vice President: Megan Roberts-Satinsky


HHCA Treasurer: Connie Pumphrey


Newsletter Editor: Linda Crump


HHCA Memberships: Maureen Turman


Community Center Rental: Kim Cole


Please do not park on the Locust Trail Property while until the renovations are complete. The HHCA Board and Locust Trail Committee Volunteers are working hard to get this property ready for our members.  In October 2020, the house on the property was demolished. Please stay patient this is not an easy process and we appreciate everyone's support as we go through the process of making a new recreational area for our community. 


after demo

2021 by Herald Harbor Citizens Association

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