CFA Traffic Study

According the CFA, " The county asked us to update our

TIS (traffic impact study) with more recent vehicle counts.

We have completed our counts and expect to file in the next few weeks."

APC will post the plans, as soon as they are submitted.


Saturday June 1st 10 am to 1:15 pm in Millersville

This will take the place of APC's May General Membership Meeting

Join us for the county's first Community Association Summit, hosted by the County Executive's Office of Community Engagement & Constituent Services in collaboration with the Growth Action Network.

This summit is designed to equip association leaders and stakeholders with the knowledge and resources to build sustainable communities. The summit includes multiple breakout sessions covering various topics tailored to community association leaders and members. Don't miss this opportunity to learn, connect, and strengthen your community!

Learn More (410) 222-1745

Region Plan 4 - Councilwomen Amanda Fiedler offers this excellent video presentation to help understand Region 4's comprehensive rezoning process - Learn More


The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration is preparing for its 2024 ramp management pilot in Anne Arundel County.

This summer’s pilot along eastbound US 50 in Anne Arundel County will begin Friday May 17 and extend through Labor Day weekend. The scheduled temporary closure times are 10 a.m. Fridays through 6 p.m. Saturdays only (no planned Thursday or Sunday impacts) at Exit 32 (Oceanic Drive ramp to eastbound US 50). SHA is also reconfiguring the MD 179 / Busch’s Frontage Road intersection to a full color signal operation.

Additional updates will be shared on the SHA Broadneck Peninsula Service Roads page and through other channels while the pilot is underway. We appreciate your partnership and support as we continue to explore traffic management options within the Broadneck Peninsula. Please feel free to contact the SHA District 5 Office at 410-841-1000 with any questions.

Arnold Preservation Council strives to save community land and landmarks

Around the Park Again, author Sharon Lee Tegler met with past president and current board member Elizabeth Rosborg to learn what we could about the organization’s efforts to preserve Arnold’s open lands and the culture, traditions and flavor derived from them.

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The mission of Arnold Preservation Council is to unite the community

of Arnold, preserve its rural heritage and enhance its environment

by advocating responsible growth, linked neighborhoods,

local businesses and excellent schools