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.
Find streets in our neighborhood. Play on the screen or download and print. Note - Puzzle changes with each visit. Visit this link to play.read more
Come to our next meeting at 7 p.m. , when our new council representative David Yungmann will be our guest speaker. Receive update on the Easter Bunny. Get the latest neighborhood news that impacts our community. March 20 2019 7:00 – 8:30 P.M. Location Mt. Hebron...read more
For Ellicott City Safe and Sound information, updates and prior reports/studies, visit www.ecsafeandsound.org. Click here to visit site.read more
There are many types and styles of light bulbs on the market today. Some focus on style and design, others just to provide light. Below are a couple bulbs to consider. Rechargeable Bulbs: these bulbs look and function like regular light bulbs. The difference is when...read more
Over the last few weeks reports have been made about thefts from mailboxes. Please be aware of the problem. USPS offers Informed Delivery, this will not prevent someone from stealing your mail, it will let you know what should be in your mailbox. Informed Delivery...read more
As winter approaches Howard County’s Bureau of Utilities would like to offer residents some suggestions on how to avoid the damage that can be caused when water pipes freeze and burst. Click here for details.read more
MDOT SHA S.T.O.R.M. allows for near real-time tracking, with a 30 minute history of winter weather treatment vehicles for the MDOT State Highway Administration on MDOT SHA State roadways during winter weather events. Click here for Tracker.read more
The following represents the County’s policy for handling claims for damage to property resulting from the County’s snow removal activities. If a mailbox that conforms to County law is damaged as a result of physical contact of a snowplow or other piece of snow...read more
From Howard County Website: Due to emerald ash borer infestation, Howard County's Department of Public Works’ removal of ash trees along various county-owned roadways has begun. Weather permitting, the trees (stumps and all) will be removed by the end of winter with...read more
Keep up to date on snow removal in the county. Howard County provides a live map on snow removal. Click here for Howard County Snow Tracker information.read more