Please contact Clagett Management with any questions or concerns that you would like expressed to the Board of Directors. email@example.com. (301) 695-6676.
If you see a wild animal do not approach them. If you feel the animal is dangerous please contact Frederick County animal control.
The Waterside Community was established in 1984 and consists of 432 townhouses, 96 condominiums, and 23 single-family homes. We are located along the scenic Monocacy River in central Frederick County, Maryland. Nearby is an abundance of schools, shopping, restaurants, employment opportunities, places of worship and recreational areas. Waterside is a family-friendly neighborhood, offering a large pool, tennis courts, multiple playground/tot lots, baseball field, open space and a walking/jogging pathway that winds through the community.
Following is additional information regarding the Community Tree Planting Workshop.
The overall purpose of the workshop will be to provide you with a greater understanding of where your drinking water comes from? Join Clean Water Frederick (www.cleanwaterfrederick.org) on Saturday, March 18, 1 p.m.– 3 p.m., for a fun, interactive homeowners workshop to learn more about your local watershed, including pollution currently impacting the local Frederick County waterways–such as the Tuscarora Creek and Monocacy River– which border the Waterside community. There also will be discussion about at-home and community solutions to improve local water quality, including the benefits of planting trees. The workshop will be held at Walkersville Town Hall located at 21 West Frederick St, Walkersville, MD. Refreshments will be provided and all participants will be entered into a drawing for a free native tree provided by our partner, Stream- Link Education. Come learn about local water issues at this workshop, then get your hands dirty planting trees in our community on April 8, 15, 22, and 29! To sign up for the Water Quality workshop, email Caitlin Wall at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please contact Clagett Management with any questions or concerns that you would like the Board of Directors to be aware of. email@example.com or 301-695-6676.
Homeowners and residents should report any suspicious activities to the police immediately (e.g., call 911).
Thank you in advance for continuing to help keep our community safe.
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