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Welcome to Fallsmead.org!  We designed this website to be a timely resource where residents can find out what is happening in Fallsmead and get answers to questions about our community.  So, please, check back often, and contact us if you have any questions or suggestions!
Fallsmead News
Posted on Jul 23rd, 2019
Hi Fallsmead Neighbors! For some time, different groups of Fallsmead residents who are interested in cycling have been getting together for group rides. These have been mostly organized through word-of-mouth. However, for newer neighbors, those who may not have been interested in cycling before, but are now, or for those who may have cycled in the past and are interested in getting back into it, I am putting together a directory of Fallsmead residents who are interested in riding together. It would include names, contact info, the type of biking you are interested in (mountain, road, or both) and your general ability/experience level. Fallsmead cyclists could then use it to contact neighbors to organize group rides with folks of similar experience/ability levels.  We'd also use the general list to send out information about neighborhood cycling events, such as kids rides, intro to mountain biking, etc.
If you are interested in being a part of (and receiving) the directory, please click here to fill out a brief form. Even if you are not interested in being part of the directory, tell us whether you would like to receive emails about cycling-related events for Fallsmead residents. Hope to see you on the road/trail soon!
Patrick Kim (1096 Pipestem Place)
Posted on May 24th, 2019
The heart of our community is the relationships we have with our neighbors. Our community social events facilitate these relationships. But, these events need to be planned and executed, and we need your help. Without your help, these events simply can’t happen.
So it is up to you, neighbors, to make sure that we have amazing events and opportunities to connect with each other – whether celebrating the pool opening, July 4th, Halloween, or pool parties.
To make sure that we have these events, I need you to volunteer to plan an event.
Please contact me to let me know which event you want to work on. The time commitment is minimal overall.
Best part of taking lead on a project - you can have creative license and we’ve even developed tools to make it easier for you to pull off.
Which event is the one you want?
  • Pool Opening Party
  • July 4th – in coordination with the swim team
  • Summer Happy Hours by the pool
  • Fall Party & Halloween Parade (aka community cookout or campfire)
  • Winter party for kids (aka Santa in the Park)
  • Winter Party for adults
  • House decorating contests – Halloween & Christmas
Contact me at 410-627-8264 or social@fallsmead.org or lauragab26@gmail.com.
Laura Szabo
Social Committee
Posted on May 1st, 2019
Current residents, if you are planning on selling your home, there are two things you need to do: 1) contact our neighborhood treasurer, Jeff Cornish, at treasurer@fallsmead.org for the packet of official Homeowners Association Resale Documents; and 2) obtain a resales clearance from the Architectural Control Committee. The fee for the HOA resale documents is $100 and can be paid via check or online. Click here for more information about each of these requirements (in the Finance section of the FAQs).

If you are a new Fallsmead homeowner and haven't received your new homeowner's welcome packet, please also be sure to contact our Board Treasurer and he will get it to you.
Posted on Jan 3rd, 2019
We hope that you enjoyed reading the Fallsmead@50 Weekly Fun Facts throughout 2018 about Fallsmead's history and important events in Fallsmead's past as much as we enjoyed writing them! Although they ended at the conclusion of our 50th anniversary year in 2018, you can continue to access all of the 2018 Fallsmead@50 Weekly Fun Facts at fallsmead.org/blog.php. They are still open for comments, so please feel free to share your thoughts and memories!
Posted on Feb 13th, 2017
At its January 2017 meeting, the Fallsmead Board approved new Driveway Expansion Guidelines for the neighborhood for use on an interim basis pending results from a survey of neighborhood driveways during the 2017 spring inspection.
Following are the Driveway Expansion Guidelines. These will be updated and made final after the ACC reviews the results of the driveway survey:
Posted on Feb 1st, 2017
This week, Fallsmead.org was upgraded to a new version of the software that runs the website. Although most of the website still looks exactly the same, there are major changes to the Online Neighborhood Directory and in your personal "Your Profile" section:
  • Household users are now tied together through a levels system. Level 1 Members are the first members from each household to sign up for a fallsmead.org account. Level 2 Members are usually spouses, but can also include other adults who live in the same household. Level 3 Members are children who live in the household.
  •  ALL ADULT LEVEL 1 AND LEVEL 2 HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS NOW HAVE THEIR OWN ACCOUNTS as long as they are listed in the system and they have an email address in the system.
  • You can now pick and choose which individual fields you want to display for each member of your household who is listed in the online directory.
  • You can now add a profile picture for each member of your household.
Some of the changes that were made during the system upgrade require action on your part to make sure the transition from the old system to the new system was successful. PLEASE LOG IN TO YOUR FALLSMEAD.ORG ACCOUNT AND DO THE FOLLOWING (if you do not know your password, we will be sending everyone in the system a password reminder – this is also great for Level 2 users who have not used their new accounts yet!):
Posted on Jun 15th, 2016
If you have attended a recent community meeting or have read the Fallsmead Forum, you know that the Architectural Control Committee (ACC) has been drafting guidelines for solar panel installations in the Fallsmead. The ACC's proposed guidelines, published in the last issue of the on-line Forum for community review and comment, were approved by the Board at its June meeting and are effective immediately. The guidelines comply with federal, state and local regulations and will be updated as those and the technology evolve. Similar guidelines have been successfully used in nearby communities.
A solar panel installation is an exterior addition as defined in the Covenants. Fallsmead residents should be aware that the ACC will use these guidelines in its review of any proposed solar panel installations. The guidelines should be  taken into account early in the planning of any installation. The ACC will work cooperatively with residents planning solar panel installations so that those installations are safe, minimize visibility to the extent practical without degrading performance significantly, and harmonious with Fallsmead's design and aesthetic.
Click here to see a copy of the guidelines. If you have any questions about the solar panel installation guidelines or their applicability, please contact the ACC at acc@fallsmead.org.
Posted on May 11th, 2016
The Fallsmead Board has approved new ACC guidelines for trash can screens. The updated guidelines are noted below.
"Screens to hide trash and recycling containers are permitted subject to the following: 
  • The design, color, size and location are subject to review by the ACC. A gate may be incorporated into the design.
  • Screens may be made of wood or other suitable material in harmony with the Fallsmead community.
  • Screens may be left unpainted to weather or painted to match or complement the Owner’s Private Dwelling Unit.
  • The screen’s height shall not exceed four feet."
Visit the FAQ and Resident's Info page to see more information about the proper storage of trash cans in Fallsmead.
Posted on Sep 15th, 2013
If you registered at Fallsmead.org and never heard back from anyone, please let us know at communications@fallsmead.org! Once we manually approve people (which we usually do within a few hours of people registering), the website automatically generates an email that includes your password.  You should have gotten this email within 24 hours of registering.

We suspect that some of these registration emails may have gotten lost in spam for some people, but this is something that we can easily fix as long as you let us know that it is a problem.

For any future registrants, if you don't hear back within 24 hours of registering, please let us know. Thanks!
Posted on Mar 12th, 2013
We are really excited to introduce you to the new Fallsmead.org website!  We hope that this new website helps you keep up with what is going on in Fallsmead, and will be your go-to spot to answer all of your questions about Fallsmead.

One thing you will notice about the new website is that certain pages are now password protected in order to increase neighborhood security.  In order to access these password-protected pages and documents (as well as several other new features on the website, such as the Recipe Book and the Classifieds), you will have to first register on the site. 
In addition to allowing you access to the site's password-protected pages, registering will also allow you to opt in, or out, of the online Neighborhood Directory, and to set your preferences for the Neighborhood Email List. 

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Lost and Found
Posted on July 28, 2015
To report a lost or found item, click on "View Lost & Found" (on the home page), then click on "Report a Lost or Found Item" on the Lost & Found page.