Welcome to the Mount Hebron / Orchards Community Association website. The primary purpose of this site is to provide helpful information to the residents of our community and to promote the benefits to those interested in making our neighborhood their new home.
Friendly neighbors, quality homes, top ranked schools, and a convenient location are just a few of the reasons our community ranks as one of the best in Howard County. Now add to that the annual Easter Egg Hunt, Community Yard Sale, Halloween Parade, Santa Ride and Holiday Decorating Contest, it has become one of the most enjoyable places to live in all of Maryland.
The communities of Mount Hebron, Patapsco Park Estates and The Orchards are all represented by the Association. The political strength of over 1000 households has helped us deter unfavorable development of land next to our schools, improve road safety, and continues to keep the attention of our local officials.
The annual association dues are just $15.00 and help support all of the community events. If you haven’t already done so, please make your check payable to Mount Hebron / Orchards Association and send to P.O. Box 6810, Ellicott City, MD 21042.
Our Community Newletter will be delivered soon. Something special added.Community Association Meeting June 25th.New artwork in Old Ellicott City. Full story at this Link www.carrollcountytimes.com/bs-md-ho-mural-contest-winner-ellicott-city-0616-story.html. Click here...read more
Did you know we have 2 small cemeteries in our neighborhood? The cemetery that most people know about, it is located across from the fire department. It is known as the Fuller-Kane-Smith Cemetery. This cemetery is located on Route 99, across the street from the Howard...read more
Food Truck Tuesdays. Join the West Friendship Volunteer Fire Department for Food Truck Tuesdays every Tuesday from 4-8. Featuring over 12 Food Trucks offering both savory and sweet options. Free Thursday Night Concert Series. Starting Thursday, June 6, Turf Valley...read more
Need help accessing eBooks, eAudiobooks, or streaming content on your laptop, phone, or tablet? Check out the library, drop in with your technology related questions. Howard county Library offers help with "Tech Time." Click here for more information.read more
The Howard County Living Farm Heritage Museum is across the road from Howard County Fairgrounds. Most people know about the general store, one-room schoolhouse, little country church, blacksmith shop. They may know about the "Summer Fest" event in June, but did you...read more
Effective Saturday, June 15, 2019, Howard County’s Department of Public Works’ Bureau of Environmental Services will no longer accept curbside recycling placed out in plastic bags. Items placed out for recycling, should be placed loose in the county assigned recycling...read more
No more trying to find the right number to call, use Howard county "Tell HoCo” app. Report the issue and let the app do the rest. Tell HoCo is an easy way for anyone to report non-emergency issues to Howard County, Maryland while on-the-go, such as potholes, damaged...read more
Save time and paper! You can now file and search public comments online in a new system launched this week on the Maryland Public Service Commission website (www.psc.state.md.us).read more
Time to clean out those attics, basements, and garages to make some spare cash. Our Annual Community Yard Sale will take place on Saturday, May 11th starting at 8:00. The rain date will be Saturday, May 18th.read more
Howard County Executive Calvin Ball released his Fiscal Year 2020 (FY20) Operating Budget for Howard County Government. Click here for details.read more