Welcome To Our Neighborhood!
Event dates & times subject to change.
Anneslie events are for dues-paying members of the Anneslie Community Association.
7/25/2020 | Summer/Fall 2020 Anneslie Times Newsletter & 2020 Dues
For the purpose of everyone's safety, we are holding off on the hand-delivery of the current edition of the Anneslie Times. For the time-being, you can read the Summer/Fall 2020 issue here. You can also find past issues by clicking here.
For convenience, pay your 2020 dues online! Or, mail in payment with this annual dues form.
7/15/2020 | New Anneslie Times Editor
The Anneslie Association Board of Governors welcomes a new board member this month. Doug Donovan has volunteered to oversee the Anneslie Times newsletter as our new editor. If you have any items you would like to include in a future issue, please contact Doug at firstname.lastname@example.org. Welcome and thank you, Doug!
Thank you also to Rick Kiegel for stepping in as editor while we found a new person for this role.
Anneslie is a community of neighbors who care about each other, our homes, our schools, our safety and the greater Towson community in which we live.
Located in Baltimore County just north of the Baltimore City line, our community began in the 1920's and today consists of approximately 500 homes. The community is built on what was once the 119 acre Villa Anneslie estate. The villa itself still stands as a beautiful landmark in the center of our historic community.
We are pleased to announce that on March 12th, 2012 Anneslie was officially listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Anneslie joins Rodgers Forge and Stoneleigh on the National Register, qualifying homeowners for tax credits. This listing is the culmination of many years of work from volunteers within the community and the Anneslie Community Association. Their time and dedication is deeply appreciated.
Get two ACA Discount Cards with your Annual Association Dues Payment!
Join our community fundraiser,
the Anneslie Banners Booster.
The banners that hang along Regester and York Roads and throughout the neighborhood periodically need to be replaced as they become weathered and torn, or disappear. If you would like to help with our banners fund, any contribution amount, large or small, will make a big difference! Individuals and businesses are welcome to participate.
Note: In the comment section of the payment page, please include how you would like your name(s) to appear, or to remain anonymous, in the Boosters recognition list.
Or, if you prefer, you may mail cash or a check along with this form.
Thank you for your participation!
Residents of Anneslie can stay connected to the community in a variety of ways:
Make sure we have your current email address so you receive our periodic "ACA eNews" communications. Click here to add your name.
Volunteer with and/or attend our Community Events.
Come back and visit us here often for updated information about our community.