The River Oaks Condominium Association website is designed to give you news and information on all aspects of living in River Oaks. We update our site
frequently, so we hope you will explore our pages and visit often!
River Oaks Condos are managed by Victory Management, Inc. Our Property Manager is Mirga Dulys, email firstname.lastname@example.org
* NOTE: The Landings at River Oaks is a separate community within River Oaks and is managed by ProCom.
Do you have a favorite contractor, consultant or vendor who you would like to refer to the community? Many owners check our website FIRST for handymen, painters, landscapers, and much more! Click Vendors We Like to view our current listings. Submit an Ad/Vendor Form with as much information as you can gather, along with your testimonial about the service.
NEW! JP PLUMBING OF ANNAPOLIS. (410) 757-8157. I had a substantial water line break coming off of the county meter. They came out next day, quoted fair prices and did an excellent job. Read more on our Vendors We Like page.
NEW! GAS FIREPLACE REPAIR SPECIALISTS, LLC. PO Box 409 Lothian MD 20711-0409, 443-951-5831, contact Mike at email@example.com. This firm is very reasonably priced, efficient and effective. Read more on our Vendors We Like page.
NEW! JEREMY WALKER, Commercial Finance Advisor, CUMBERLAND FINANCIAL. Cumberland Financial, LLC, assists startups and mature small businesses by educating them on financing options. Read more on our Vendors We Like page.
NEW! LUCRETIA HOMMEL (443) 422-5376, Davidsonville, MD. Interior Design/Home Staging. Lucretia carefully hand chooses European and American-made furniture, curiosities and local art to create spaces that portray and complement your personality from office, residential and hospitality. Lucretia’s unique style draws upon travel, art, natural resources and an innate ability to understand her clients. Read more on our Vendors We Like page.
NEW! WALLY BROOKMAN (Brookman Carpenter), (410) 507-7795. He is licensed to do kitchen and bathroom remodels, decks, carpentry and much more. He has been in the business for more than 40 years. Wally comes to us via Blair Reavis. Read more on our Vendors We Like page.
NEW! BLAIR REAVIS, 443-994-4441 (mobile/text). Blair works full-time for ACE A/C, HEATING & PLUMBING CO. INC. (listed under Heating, Air Conditioning) but he also works independently (with full consent of ACE owner) to do plumbing, tile work, bath remodels, minor electric and gas, and some carpentry. He will be happy to look at any project. Any permitting required would go through ACE. Read more on our Vendors We Like page.
Promote your home-based business on our website for free! Click Home-Based Businesses to view the listings. Submit an Ad/Vendor Form and email Bev Wright a business logo or representative photo (.jpg format) and you'll be featured on our Home Page and in an announcement to the website members!
"Edgewater Citizens Association" is a new citizens organization open to all Edgewater residents who may be concerned about what Edgewater will look like when new land use and zoning designations are considered or implemented. Topics may include traffic, environmental and over-commercialization impacts. If you want to have your voice known to the County Administration, "Edgewater Citizens Association" is inviting you to join them. Those already a part of the group include non-partisan community advocates and homeowner association representatives.
The Long Range Planning Division of the Planning and Zoning Department has divided up the county into 9 planning regions, replacing the 16 small area regions from 20 years ago. This was with the
concurrence of the Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) that advised on the boundaries of the regions. Edgewater is in Region 9 with Londontowne, Mayo, and all the shoreline communities down to the
Calvert County border. The northern border of the region is the South River.
"Edgewater Citizens Association" is looking for help in creating a Facebook community organization page.
For more information, email Susan Cochran at firstname.lastname@example.org.
River Oaks owner Scott Rayner provided details and photos showing his own roof replacement, an upgrade to seamless 6x6 gutter and 3x4 downspouts, vinyl clad trim capping around wood on bay window and upper bump out, hidden vent soffit and all fascia/rake capping. Rotten OSB plywood (same as under siding) was found in multiple sections under roof during the removal totaling roughly 350 square ft. and inspecting the attic did not show these areas. Check out the Photo Gallery for valuable information.
Guardian Shield -The Anne Arundel County Police Department Guardian Shield program endeavors to bring our private and public sectors together. Working as partners, we strengthen our community against terrorism and domestic threats, through effective communications and training. The Guardian Shield program is the cornerstone of our outreach efforts. We invite all to join us in our efforts. WORKING TOGETHER ... WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE.
This is a GREAT resource for comparing electric and gas supplier rates/plans. Also, on the home page are BG&E Customer Service and Outage Information links and even a link to log in to your
Choose Energy-COMPARE electric and gas rates
ChooseEnergy is an online marketplace that makes energy choices simpler and easier by enabling consumers to compare and find the best electricity and natural gas plans. 60 million households have the option to purchase electricity or national gas from retailers other than their utility, though less than a third of those households will exercise their right to do so. Energy marketplaces educate consumers on this option and provide platforms where energy companies can compete for their business.
$10.00 per car for as much as you can shred! Open on the last Saturday of every month at the Eco-Shred recycling plant, 5600 Columbia Park Rd, Cheverly, MD 20785, from 9:00 AM-1:00 PM. Call 1-240-688-1171 if you have any questions about materials accepted. This event has been added to the River Oaks website calendar for your convenience.
Please keep your lamp posts ON for safety and maintaining the visual appeal of the community. Although the rules do not require that the lamp posts be kept on at night, the Board and many in the community believe that, in the interest of safety and community pride, everyone’s lamp post should be on. When lamp posts are off, especially many in a row, the neighborhood looks dark, inconsistent, and inviting to mischief and crime. If you don't want to turn on your lamp post, please keep your house light on at night.
Click here for information on replacement fixtures and lamp post if yours are not working or in poor condition, or you just want to replace the brass lanterns with the black lamp fixtures.
Thank you from the Board of Directors and your neighbors!
If you have an interest in law enforcement, safety or crime issues, please volunteer to attend the monthly Anne Arundel County Police Community Relations Council meetings and report to the Board on any issues affecting River Oaks. More details are available on our Police Community Relations Council page.