Community News

A new picnic table along with park benches and dog waste stations will be in stalled once they are delivered.  We will keep you posted.

Posted on Thursday, September 13, 2018 at 09:50PM by Registered CommenterWeb Administrator | CommentsPost a Comment

Yard Waste

Remember PLEASE dispose of all grass clippings, tree & shrub trimmings for recycling on Fridays or take them to the landfill.

Do not dump on common areas in the community.

We have spent unbudgeted money EVERY YEAR & Volunteer time cleaning up our common areas from debris and trash left by residents.

Posted on Thursday, September 13, 2018 at 08:48PM by Registered CommenterWeb Administrator | CommentsPost a Comment

Community Yard Sale

UGCA FALL YARD SALE

Saturday October 13 8am–1pm or till all the stuff is gone!

Rain date will be October 14th

There will be advertising & signs posted on the main roads.

Use the Community Park or in front of your homes… your choice for the best traffic!! 

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Posted on Thursday, September 13, 2018 at 08:38PM by Registered CommenterWeb Administrator | CommentsPost a Comment

PayPal now accepted for HOA Dues

Ulmstead Gardens is now accepting PayPal for HOA fees. The PayPal link is available at the bottom of the Navigation menu to the left 

Posted on Thursday, April 24, 2014 at 11:56AM by Registered CommenterWeb Administrator | Comments Off

Are you recycling?

Are you a resident who already recycles as much as you can? If yes, are you sure?

Please know that recycling is easy in Anne Arundel County. Most people recycle items that come from the kitchen, but what about your home office? Laundry room? Family or kid’s room?

You may be surprised to know that recent surveys at the landfill have shown that at least half of what is thrown away COULD be recycled. Recycling makes good environmental and economic sense. Recycling is an easy way to save energy, reduce pollution, save money and take better care of our environment.

So remember to place a recycling container next to each trash can in your home: in the office, bathroom, kitchen and laundry room. Paper, plastic, metal and glass can all be placed in the same container for collection.

You make a choice with every item you throw away, a choice between throwing it in the recycling container or throwing it in the trash can. We encourage you to recycle at home, at work and on the go. Please visit our new website at www.RecycleMoreOften.com or contact us at 410-222-7951 for a list of newly added accepted items to help boost your recycling and to take the 50/50 Challenge.

If you’d like more information on what can be recycled, how to get a recycling container, or how to help others in your community do more, visit our website at www.RecycleMoreOften.com.

 

So how is your neighborhood doing? Below is a County map showing the recycling rate of each of our service areas. The recycling rate for each area is tracked monthly to help determine the progress of our recycling program.

 

Thanks for doing your part to increase recycling in Anne Arundel County!   

See who is recycling where!Image result for pictures of recycling

Posted on Thursday, July 30, 2009 at 11:04PM by Registered CommenterWeb Administrator | Comments Off
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