Welcome to Newbridge Community AssociationNEWBRIDGE COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION, INC.
Informational Reminders for Resident and Owner Awareness
Many owners of course may already be aware, however there are many residents and owners that are not aware, and the following information serves to help guide:
Trees in the County Right-of-Way
These are trees located between the sidewalk and the curb. This is a public right of way under the County purview. If tree trimming, removal or other maintenance is needed for trees in this area, contact Prince George’s County at telephone number 301-883-4748 or (311).
Golf Course Property
The Golf Course is not Association owned or maintained. The old Lake Arbor Golf Course Property ownership transferred on 6/29/2022 to Maryland National Capital Park and Planning (MNCPPC) - acquired under a State of MD grant to be converted to public outdoor recreation or open space use only and the site will provide MNCPPC with around 127 acres that can be used for passive or active recreation. It will be a County Park. Property maintenance concerns should be directed to MNCPPC = Phone: 301-699-2255 [email protected].
Any structures on the old Golf Course may be deteriorated and in disrepair until MNCPPC commences repairs and restoration and officially opens the land for public use.
*Residents that use those grounds should be aware that they do so under trespass and at their own risk.
Streetlight Maintenance and Streetlight Outages
The streetlights in the community are maintained by Pepco. If a streetlight needs maintenance, call Pepco at 1-877-737-2662 or use their online portal for reporting streetlight outages or other maintenance issues here - https://www.pepco.com/Outages/ReportAnOutage/Pages/ReportStreetLightOutage.aspx .
The Recreation Facilities at Lake Arbor
The Pool, tennis courts, and other recreation facilities are operated by the Lake Arbor Foundation (located at 1399 Golf Course Drive) which is a not for profit that is independently operated. The Newbridge Community Association does not own or operate this facility.
For more information - their website link is here if residents would like to know more about that facility - https://www.thelafi.org ,contact e-mails: [email protected] & [email protected],
phone # (301) 333-4630; and Facebook page here https://www.facebook.com/lakearborfoundation .
Roadways & public sidewalks
The roadways and public sidewalks in the Newbridge and general Lake Arbor residential areas are County roads maintained by Prince Georges County. If there are questions pertaining to the roadways, public sidewalk maintenance, and driveway aprons, residents should contact P.G. County Department of Public Works & Transportation -
Household curbside collection of trash, recycle, yard waste, and bulky trash are services provided by Prince Georges County. Any issues within the public right of way and with late or missed collections, and other such related issues should be reported to the P.G. County by calling 3-1-1.
Removal of snow from streets is the responsibility of Prince George's County. Homeowners are responsible for snow removal on their own private property and including the public sidewalk in front of their house or adjacent to their property per County ordinance. The P.G. County Snow Information Center number is 301-883-4748.
Other- County issues, services, code enforcement, etc.
The Newbridge Community Association is not the source or depot for all things in the community and in fact has very finite limits to what it is and does. The Association only has very limited common areas under its purview, and it is only charged with managing or maintain those. The Association has no maintenance obligations or authority when it comes to the public areas such as the roadways, the public walkways, the public right of ways in front of homes, etc.
The County does have various other authority for enforcement of County ordinances and codes, and issues related to ordinance violations and varying county maintenance for public roadways, public sidewalks, street trees (removal, dead, downed, trimming, etc.), trash and bulky trash dumping, residential trash and recycling collection issues, traffic sign maintenance, storm drain maintenance, and various other County jurisdiction matters.
Residents and citizens are encouraged to contact Prince Georges County to report issues where the County likely has better or more enforcement power such as when it comes to other matters.
Reach out to your County resources to help resolve certain issues by reporting items to PG County Click by calling 3-1-1 or by using the online reporting portal:
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