Oakland Mills eNews

May 29, 2024

Oakland Mills Community Association

Important news & info about the community in which we live.

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Upcoming Events
CALL AHEAD or CHECK EMAILS and FACEBOOK to find out the status of meetings and events.

June 6, 7:00 p.m.

RAC Meeting

June 11, 7:00 p.m.

OMCA Board Meeting

June 20, 7:00 p.m.

RAC Meeting

Save the Date! June 23, 5:00 to 7:30 p.m.

Jazz in the Mills: Alison Crockett

June 25

6:00 p.m. Education Committee Meeting

7:00 p.m. OMCA Board Meeting

Contact Info
Contact Us!

Office Hours:

Monday through Thursday

10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Before you visit The Other Barn, please contact us by email or phone to schedule an appointment.

Brigitta Warren, Village Manager



Ashleigh Jacobs, Facility & Rental Coordinator 



Amy Carpenter, Events & Administrative Coordinator



Carrie Wenholz, Covenant Advisor for Letters of Compliance


Michael Vaughn, Covenant Advisor for Exterior Alteration Applications (in office Tues/Thurs)


Karina Caico, Covenant Advisor for Property Concerns (in office Mon/Wed)


Contact Board Members HERE.

The Other Barn Phone: 410-730-4610


Celebrate in our amazing space!

Rent The Other Barn!

The Other Barn is currently booking events through 2025.

To view The Other Barn venue photos and info, please click on the button below. Tours are by appointment only. For further questions, contact Ashleigh Jacobs at events@oaklandmills.org. Follow The Other Barn

on Facebook!

Other Important Community Contact Info
Howard County Police
  • For emergencies, call 911
  • Non-emergencies: 410-313-2200
  • Traffic non-emergency: email hcpdtraffic@howardcountymd.gov
  • Traffic emergencies: call 911.
  • File a traffic complaint HERE.
  • Traffic & Engineering Division (info on street calming, community speed control program, etc.) HERE.

Howard County Government Website

  • Howard County Assistance page (Covid-19 emergency assistance & resources) 
  • Covid-19 County Updates HERE
Howard County Council
Oakland Mills is located in Council District 2 and represented by Opel Jones. 
  • District 1 - Liz Walsh Website 
  • District 2 - Opel Jones Website 
  • District 3 - Christiana Mercer Rigby Website 
  • District 4 - Deb Jung Website 
  • District 5 - David Yungmann Website 
Who handles what?
Want to know who handles what—CA, the Howard County Government, or the Columbia Village Community Associations? Click HERE to see a
simple breakdown.

New to the neighborhood? Welcome hOMto Oakland Mills! We'd love to welcome you to OM. Email manager@oaklandmills.org and we'll send you all of the great info you need to feel right at hOMe!

Oakland Mills Board of Directors

Board News

Upcoming OMCA Board Meetings

For meeting agendas and past board meeting minutes, click HERE


To contact the OM Board click here.

OMCA Committees

OMCA has several committees that are always ready to welcome new members. If you would like information or would like to find out about serving on a committee, please email Brigitta Warren manager@oaklandmills.org.

OMCA Education Committee

Meetings are hybrid, held at The Other Barn and on Zoom on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 6:00 p.m. Next meeting: June 25

OMCA Public Space Committee

For residents interested in the uses of Howard County's public spaces and roadways. Meets the third Tuesday of each month.

Next meeting: June 18

OMCA Open Space Advisory Committee

For community members who are interested in the current and future use of CA's open space.

Resident Architectural Committee (RAC)

The RAC meets virtually on Zoom on the first & third Thursdays of each month at 7:00 p.m.

Next meeting: June 6

Info/list of applications will be posted three days in advance of the meeting HERE.


Architectural Covenant Processes
Info on architectural covenant processes, visit the Covenant Tab on the Oakland Mills website.

Exterior Alterations Applications Info
Click HERE.

Request For Letter of Compliance
Click HERE

Resale Packet
Click HERE to download. Hard copies can also be purchased for $30 during regular business hours.

Covenant Complaint Form
Click HERE

Board Notes from Karin Emery, OM Columbia Council Rep

See updates from our Columbia Council Representative, Karin Emery. Click the button below to see her most recent newsletter, or check out her newsletter archives.

Board Notes Archives

Jazz in the Mills: Alison Crockett

Tickets & Info

Oakland Mills High School 50th Anniversary Celebration

Mark your calendar and plan to join OMHS for this once in a lifetime opportunity to gather classmates and see how OM shaped the lives of generations of students over the past fifty years!

June 7

  • 3:00 p.m. at Sonomas (7284 Cradlerock Way, Columbia) - Meet and Greet
  • 6:00 p.m. at OMHS - Dinner, Music, and Connecting (tickets required)
  • 7:15 p.m. at OMHS - 50th Anniversary Presentation and Documentary
  • Following the Presentation, at Pub Dog (8865 Stanford Blvd #101, Columbia) - Celebrating and Networking

June 8

  • 8:00 a.m. at OMHS - First Annual OMHS 5k Run and Walk (registration and ticket required)
  • 10:30 a.m. at OMHS - First Annual Scorp Fest: building tours, food trucks, music, face painting and more!

Here's how you can participate:

Oakland Mills Farmers Market

More Info

Adventures in Camp 2024 Summer Registration

Adventures in Camp has its 20th year this summer, right here in Stevens Forest Neighborhood Center! Sign up today and get $25 off and your registration fee waived when you tell Jessica you saw the ad here! Call 240-997-1700 or visit AdventuresinCamp.com

OMHS Food Pantry Donations

We are now taking donations for the OMHS food pantry at The Other Barn. Drop off items Monday through Thursday between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. Click HERE to see a list of items needed.

Updates from the Howard County Health Department

Oh, the Flora and the Fauna - Wild Animal Rabies Prevention

Spring and Summer often provide opportunities to interact with wildlife. To keep yourself and your family and pets safe from Rabies exposure, the health department recommends the following:

  • Do not touch injured, sick or orphaned wildlife (even babies).
  • Do not allow pets to come in contact with sick, injured or orphaned wildlife
  • Report sick or injured wildlife to USDA Wildlife Services at 1-877-463-6497.

Resources for what to do in case of sick, injured, or orphaned wildlife:

Rabies Prevention Resources:

Always enjoy wildlife from a distance! 

Warm Weather Scams

With warmer weather, comes an increase in unsolicited door-to-door seasonal scams, like driveway paving and resealing, tree trimming and removal, utility service for gas or water problems, and roof repairs or inspection. To avoid falling victim to one of these warmer weather scams, Howard County Police Department and DCRS’s Office of Consumer Protection (OCP) are offering up these tips


While some reputable companies do offer their services door-to-door, they are required to possess a Howard County Peddler/Solicitors Card. Residents should request to see this card in addition to a company identification card.


To report an unregistered salesperson, or to get more information about shopping for home improvement services, contact OCP at 410-313-6420 or email consumer@howardcountymd.gov. You can also find more information about scams by clicking HERE.


If you still have doubts, contractors and landscapers must be registered through Maryland state agencies. Ask for their license numbers and verify through the Maryland Department of Labor’s Licensing Queries website.

Community Events & Opportunities
More Info & Links
More info & RSVP

Bernice Kish Gallery Exhibit: Another Time by Kevin Peddicord

Now through June 28

Bernice Kish Gallery at Slayton House

10400 Cross Fox Lane, Columbia

Reception and Gallery Talk: May 5, 3:00 to 5:00 p.m.

Gallery Website

50+ Employment Expo

May 30, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Held virtually

More info HERE, including registration for job seekers and potential employers. Sponsored by the Howard County Office on Aging & Independence (OAI) and Jewish Council for the Aging (JCA) of Greater Washington.

HoCo Rec & Parks Summer Camp Spots Still Available

To learn more about what camps are available each week, click HERE. For a complete list, or to register for a summer camp, click HERE

The Village in Howard Outreach Presentations

Learn about The Village In Howard, a volunteer non-profit organization dedicated to decreasing social isolation, increasing social connectedness, and promoting healthy aging by providing social, cultural, and educational activities planned by TVIH members. 

Downtown Columbia Maker Faire

June 1, 12:00 to 4:00 p.m.

Merriweather Park

10431 Little Patuxent Parkway Columbia

Free! Info & tickets

Bike From Work Day Race & Block Party

June 1 through 2

Color Burst Park

6100 Merriweather Drive, Columbia

Join the Howard County Office of Transportation and the Downtown Columbia Partnership to celebrate cycling as a fun, healthy, and green way to commute with shirts, swag, food and more! More info

Iris Music Project: Music from the Movies (Adults age 50+)

June 3, 11:00 a.m.

Bain 50+ Center

5470 Ruth Keeton Way, Columbia

Enjoy a performance by the Iris Music Project musicians Mary Ann Perkel (cello) and Ruby Fulton (violin/composer). The duo serves as the ensemble-in-residence for Winter Growth in Columbia. Free. Register

Crossing Guard Hiring Event

June 7, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

7301 Columbia Gateway Drive, Columbia

This PAID part-time position requires 10 to 20 hours of work per week during the school year and pays $18 an hour. Applicants must be at least 18 years old and pass a background investigation; no experience needed. To learn more about civilian career opportunities with HCPD, click HERE or contact HCPD at 410-313-2255 or email policeHR@howardcountymd.gov

Howard County Pride Month Celebration & Drag Bingo for Adults Age 50+

June 7, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Bain 50+ Center

5470 Ruth Keeton Way, Columbia

Info & registration

Howard County Wear Orange Event

June 7, 4:00 p.m.

Lake Kittamaqundi Lakefront Stage

10275 Wincopin Cir, Columbia

Attendees are encouraged to wear orange and join organizers at the conclusion of the program as they walk around Lake Kittamaqundi to commemorate the lives lost to gun violence. More info & sign-up.

"Unity in the Community" Resource Fair

June 8, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

North Laurel Community Center

9411 Whiskey Bottom Road, Laurel

This family fun FREE event will feature family services and exhibitors, music, a moon bounce, food giveaways, arts and crafts, raffles and prizes.  For questions and/or more information about this event, contact Triston Cooper at 410-313-6549.

Get Your Ducks in a Row: Long-term Care Planning

June 13, 11:00 a.m.

Glenwood 50_ Center

2400 MD-97, Cooksville

When it comes to long term care planning, do you have your “Ducks in a Row?” Get a practical overview of available community resources and helpful suggestions to make a plan as you age. Open to all ages. Free. Register.

"Maintaining your Mental Health: One Piece of the Elder Abuse Puzzle"

June 14, 10:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

East Columbia 50+ Center

6610 Cradlerock Way, Columbia

Local experts and resources shed light on topics related to the role of mental health in elder abuse and prevention, as well as how to seek interventions. Free. Lunch is provided. Registration

HCPD Community Athletic Program Kickoff

July 1, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Talbott Springs Pool Parking Lot

9660 Basket Ring, Columbia

Residents of all ages are invited to meet up with HCPD School Resources Officers at locations throughout the county this summer to check out all the fun, FREE activities CAP's traveling trailer has to offer. Activities include basketball, baseball, flag football, floor hockey, tennis, board games, and video games.  Learn more.

HCC Student Theatre Productions
Click HERE.
Howard Community College Concert Series
Click HERE.
St. Louis Church Concert Series
Click HERE.
Registration & Info
Services & Volunteer Opportunities

Howard County is Redesigning its Flag!

Submission deadline: June 30th

Do you have a great design idea for a new Howard County flag? If yes, click HERE to learn how you can submit up to three original designs to be considered for Howard County's new official flag. For questions, email flag@howardcountymd.gov.

Roving Radish Mobile Market

The Roving Radish Mobile Market that connects the community with affordable, healthy and farm fresh food will make 12 stops weekly throughout the County beginning this Summer, Details may be found by visiting the Roving Radish Mobile Marketplace page

Volunteer with the OMI Green Team!

Many opportunities available, including on the first and third Sundays. Email volunteeromigreenteam@gmail.com for more info.

OMHS Community Food Pantry

Next Distribution Date:

May 29, 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.

at Oakland Mills HS

For pick up procedures and info on donating, click HERE. Donations can also be dropped off at The Other Barn Monday through Thursday, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. More info.

Free Digital RTA Passes for HCPSS and HCC Students

Students can enjoy access to free bus passes right from their phone through the Transit app. More info

Grassroots Crisis Intervention Center

8990 Old Annapolis Road, Suite A , Columbia

Call: 410-531-6677 or 410-531-6006 

24 Hour Hotline: Dial 988 


Telephone counseling, free walk-in counseling, a 24-hour suicide hotline, Mobile Crisis Team, and a Runaway Teen Program that provides crisis intervention for runaway youth and their families. The emergency shelter will still be open at its location, 6700 Freetown Road. All services are free. Marylanders with mental health or substance use issues are encouraged to call 988 to reach help.

National Suicide & Crisis Lifeline: Dial 988.

Civic Works Home Energy Programs

The Howard County Office of Community Sustainability has joined forces with Civic Works, a nonprofit organization committed to helping homeowners and renters in Howard County save energy. Together, we’ve established an initiative aimed at helping Howard County residents go solar and upgrade their energy efficiency. Learn more.

Bike Hoco is doubling the number of Bike Corrals this year. Sign up to help support free bicycle parking at over ten Howard County events, including the Fireworks at the Lakefront, EC Springfest, HCC Greenfest, EC Music Fest, and Books in Bloom, to name a few.

Dreaming of Home Ownership

Do you have dreams of owning your own home in Howard County but can’t cover the down payment? You may be eligible to participate in the County's Settlement Downpayment Loan Program (SDLP)! Howard County’s SDLP program provides families of eligible income with a low-interest loan that helps cover the down payment and closing costs for home purchases. Applications are accepted year-round by the Department of Housing and Community Development.

A-OK Mentoring and Tutoring Volunteer Info Sessions

Would you like to be a volunteer mentor-tutor who supports Howard County, Maryland elementary and middle school students? Are you a trustworthy adult who can commit to one school year of service for a student? Attend a 30-minute info session to learn more. Register HERE. A-Ok Mentoring and Tutoring website

Free Bikes 4 Kidz
Got a bike to give away? Donate to Free Bikes 4 Kidz. The organization also has volunteer opportunities. More info HERE.

The Village in Howard

The Village in Howard is a member-based community of Howard County residents 55 and older. Membership benefits enable members to actively age in place. To view TVIH's current Village Vibe newsletter, click HERE.

Community Action Council Assistance
Community Action Council offers housing assistance, energy assistance, food assistance, and early childhood education. Visit www.cac-hc.org to learn more. Get support or get involved now by calling 410-313-6440.
Ride RTA for Free for those 60 Years+
Did you know residents 60 years of age and older or persons with a disability can take the Regional Transportation Agency of Central Maryland’s (RTA) fixed route service for free? Individuals just need to complete a RTA Certified FREE Ride Card Application and submit it either via email or mailed or dropped off in person at the RTA’s Administrative Office. Once received, applications will be reviewed within 48 hours and the applicant will be contacted to have their picture taken for their RTA Certified Bus Rider ID, completed weekdays, Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM. The ID can be processed in five minutes while rider waits in the lobby or it can be mailed.
To learn more about this free ride program, contact RTA Mobility at 1-800-270-9553, press option 3, then option 6.

A Home Of Our Own Howard is a nonprofit organization that provides furniture and household items at no cost in a timely fashion to individuals, veterans, and families in Howard County Maryland who are transitioning from homelessness. Learn more about services or how to donate volunteer HERE.

Columbia Community Care
Free food and goods for those in need. Volunteers and donations welcome.
For food distribution dates and location and other information please visit the CCC website for details.


Find services for food, health, housing, transportation, education, employment assistance, and more. Click HERE for info.

The Loan Closet of Howard County

7125 Riverwood Drive, Suite D1, Columbia

Need medical equipment? Try The Loan Closet. Appointments are required for all services; call 410-313-0363 (voice/relay) to discuss your needs. More info.

Howard County Multiservice Center Food Pantry
9900 Washington Blvd, Suite 1, Laurel
Mondays & Wednesdays, 12:00 to 4:00 p.m.
Third Saturday, 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
More info: EnglishSpanish

Howard County Food Connections Map

Interactive tool to help you find low-cost, accessible food and nutrition resources in the County. Also find transit routes/stops. Click HERE.

Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland
Meals on Wheels provides nutritious meals once a week for seniors, as well as support and safety-net services. To learn more about services or to donate/volunteer, click HERE.
Howard County Residents Assistance
Info on Covid-19 resources, food assistance, housing help, social services, and more. HERE
Howard County Food Bank
Shop for the Foods YOU want at the Howard County Food Bank. All shopping trips are family-choice. Fresh items such as milk, eggs, hygiene products, meats, produce are all on hand each time. Families who may qualify should visit www.CAC-HC.org or call 410-313-6440 for more details.
Howard County General Hospital's Member Care Support Network
Receive FREE support while recovering from a health crisis (weekly calls, wellness checks, connection to community resources, and more). To qualify, you must be 18 or older and live or worship in Howard County. To enroll or for more information, email HCGH-J2BH@jhmi.edu or call 410-740-7601.
Childcare Scholarship Program
Fast Track Child Care Scholarship: Fast Track shortens the application process time to three business days for help with child care expenses, and includes 60 days of child care assistance while your application is processed, if you are eligible! Use the MSDE scholarship inquiry form to submit questions. Ready to get started? Contact Amber Eash, aeash@howardcountymd.gov, or Carla Lunn, clunn@howardcountymd.gov, Family Resource Specialists, for support to complete the application.  

If you’re a working parent, in school or participating in an approved training program you may be eligible for the Child Care Scholarship Program. For more information and step-by-step instructions to complete an application click HERE or contact the CARE Line at 410-313-2273 or children@howardcountymd.gov.


Empowering Students*Building Community

At OhanaHC, we value relationships and recognize that in order to better the outcomes for our students and the community, we must come together and show up for others. Supporting OhanaHC’s mission means you understand the value and work required to successfully empower students on their journey to self-defined success while strengthening community through diverse connections, intentional partnerships, and long-term mentorship. Help us reach our goal of building a culturally affirming and equitable community that everyone can thrive in.

Columbia Association News & Events
CA Headquarters & Member Services Office

6310 Hillside Court
Columbia, MD 21046
CA main number: 410-715-3000
Member Services number: 410-730-1801

Columbia Ice Rink

Located in the Oakland Mills Village Center (5876 Thunder Hill Rd)

Visit the Columbia Ice Rink website to register for lessons, see public skate hours, etc.

CA Aquatics

Outdoor pools are now open! View schedules HERE.

Want to work at the pool? Enjoy flexible hours, a fun work environment, competitive pay and a free CA Fit&Play membership — including pools, gyms and so much more! Apply now!

Lakefront Live: Columbia's 57th Birthday Concert with The Boneshakers and Special Guest Deanna Bogart

June 1, 7:00 p.m.

Downtown Columbia Lakefront

10275 Wincopin Circle

Free ice cream while supplies last! Food and drinks available for purchase. More info.

Lakefront Live is back for its 2024 season! Watch outdoor movies, dance under the People Tree, see fantastic live performances, and more! Click the button for more info, including the event schedule!

Lakefront Live
More Info



Does your land abut CA Open Space? Then you could qualify to have CA pay for half of your home's boundary survey!

To ensure accurate installation of exterior alterations within your property boundaries, a survey of your property can be done. In order to assist with that effort and to prevent encroachments onto CA Open Space, the 50/50 Survey Program was created. CA now offers a discounted survey for community members who own property adjacent to CA Open Space.


For more information and to take advantage of this program, email: RealEstateServices@ColumbiaAssoication.org.

Youth and Teen Center @ The Barn


Phone: 410-992-3726

Teen Center Director: Rene Buckmon, Rene.Buckmon@columbiaassociation.org

Drop-in Program

Is your child looking for a community of peers, great activities, and a whole lot of fun? Sign them up for the Drop-In program at the Youth and Teen Center! It has a range of educational, enrichment and recreational opportunities that support positive peer interaction, hands-on learning opportunities, decision-making, and development of life skills. September's calendar is full of fun activities including sports, trivia, art classes and more.

Other Resources/Info


Senior Tax Credit

Deadline: October 1, 2024 

The Senior Tax Credit, a credit of 25% of the county property tax, is available to residents aged 65 and older with a combined household income of $102,200 or less and net assets under $500,000, not including the value of their home. 


Applicants with income less than $60,000 are required to apply for the State of Maryland Homeowner Property Tax Credit.

Aging in Place Tax Credit

Applications open March 1

Deadline: June 30, 2024


Eligibility for the tax credit requires a minimum age of 65 years old, and at least 30 years, as of June 30th preceding the tax year, residing in a dwelling with an assessed property value up to $650,000.


The number of years qualifying individuals may receive the credit is eight years. The credit will automatically renew unless the homeowner is no longer eligible.


Learn more about our tax credits at www.howardcountymd.gov/finance/tax-credits

Trash, Bay, Watershed Protection Fee Hardship Tax Credit

Deadline: June 20, 2024

Homeowners with limited income may qualify for a 60 percent credit against the Trash Fee and Watershed Protection Fee and an exemption from the State Bay Fee.


A family of four may qualify with income up to $78,000 for tax year 2024. Renters may also qualify for an exemption from the State Bay Fee. Seniors who receive the Senior tax credit will receive the hardship credit.

Howard County Bureau of Environmental Services

No curbside collections on Monday, May 27 (Memorial Day). Collections will slide over one day. Bulk item collection will slide with trash collection. Scrap metal collection will remain as scheduled and will not slide.

Composting Demonstrations

Held throughout the year at Howard County Library branches. Download the 2024 Schedule

Howard County Community Engagement Survey

Help improve Howard County communication and accessibility. Share your priorities for the environment and well-being. Click HERE to access the survey.

EV Charger Checklist

To assist electric vehicle owners with the installation of a vehicle charger in a dedicated homeowners association parking spot, DPZ has put together this checklist, outlining the items you’ll need to submit your EV charger approval submission.  


For questions and/or more information, contact DPZ’s Development Engineering Division via email at ded@howardcountymd.gov.

BGE Natural Gas Info Pages
If you smell gas, call 911.
Learn how BGE responds to, assesses and repairs natural gas leaks HERE.

Howard County Department of Public Works Construction Projects Map: Click HERE.

Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administrations Project Portal: Click HERE.

Lightbulb Exchange Program Expansion

Howard County residents can now visit any Howard County Library branch to exchange used incandescent and compact fluorescent (CFL) light bulbs for new, energy efficient LED bulbs (while supplies last). More info

2024 Parent’s Guide Now Available

Inside the 2024 Parent’s Guide to Howard County, readers will find information about programs that support positive family engagement. For questions, more information about available service, or if your family needs additional assistance and support, please contact the Howard County Office of Children and Family's CARE Line at 410-313-2273 today.

2024 Howard County Resource Guide On Aging & Independence Is Now Available

The Office of Aging and Independence's annual Howard County Resource Guide contains up-to-date information about health and wellness, financial planning, legal services, housing options and more to help county residents age well and plan for their future.

The Family Institute Parenting Workshops & Newsletter

The Howard County Office of Children and Families offers free workshops through its Family Institute program. Check out the office's newsletter for more great resources.

Need help getting fast, reliable internet?

Visit Consumer Action's fact sheets to learn about discounted internet and phone service:

See Click Fix
See Click Fix is an interactive website for Howard County residents to report issues to the County. Issues include, but are not limited to, roadway issues, missing street signs or fallen street signs, street tree issues, potholes, cracked sidewalks, etc. THIS IS NOT a site for 911 emergencies or police or fire issues.
Oakland Mills United is a community organization that advocates for Oakland Mills through education, empowerment, and demanding change. OMU empowers OM's students, schools, and community by providing programs to address the needs of students and families. 
Visit OMO!
One CLICK opens the door to become engaged in a community-based, multi-generational social learning environment.

The mission of the Oakland Mills Local Leadership Team is to mobilize residents of Oakland Mills Village to build an equitable and cohesive community that helps children, youth and families thrive.

Howard County Public Library

Visit the Howard County Public Library website to access virtual educational resources & events and more.

Little Free Library at The Other Barn
The free little library is open to the public.  Please feel free to leave a book and take a book so that OM can continue to enjoy reading and sharing. 

Please remember that only books that you would find at the HoCo Library should be left in our library and be appropriate in nature.

Support our OM Merchants

Visit the OM Website for a complete list of merchants and businesses. All Oakland Mills merchants are open and would love your support!

HC DrugFree provides resources and education on prevention, treatment, recovery, and health and wellness to help Howard County residents develop knowledge and skills to understand and address behavioral health (substance use and mental health) disorders. HC DrugFree website

Have a great day!