Mission Statement For the Columbia Town Center Residential Community Association
To advocate for quality of life, to increase social engagement, and to foster a sense of community and safety for all in our mixed-use neighborhoods.
New Branding and Logo
Our new branding and logo was launched recently and the winning designer is a Howard County resident who used to live in Town Center. He commented on the inspiration for the design:
“I designed the contemporary logo to subtlety showcase the metropolitan and suburban character of the Town Center community of Columbia. The multicolored graphic tree symbolizes the broad and diverse people that live, work, shop, or visit the Town Center. If you closely review the solid and sturdy tree “person,” it’s supporting a foundation that’s holding up the residents and businesses of the Town Center Community Association.”
Our Board-Approved key strategic tenets that guide our mission:
- Endeavor to have all members of the Columbia Town Center community be aware of the Association and all the roles it plays; a community resource, event sponsor, advocate, administrative functions, and covenant enforcement.
- Advocate, in a non-partisan way, for Town Center community members and their needs with the Columbia Association, Howard County, and the State of Maryland.
- Improve diversity, equality, equity, and inclusion of members of the Columbia Town Center community across all socio-economic and demographic categories.
- Prioritize affordable housing options as a key priority in the current and future development of Columbia Town Center.
- Maintain community safety and related programs as an integral part of the continued development of Columbia Town Center.
Located in Historic Oakland, 5430 Vantage Point Road, Columbia, Maryland 21044.
A manor house built in 1811, Historic Oakland was first restored by the Columbia Association in 1989 and extensively renovated in 2004. In addition to being Town Center’s community center, Historic Oakland also provides rental space for meetings and social events, for 4 to 200 people. For six years, Historic Oakland had the honor of being voted “Best Place to Rent for Special Occasions” by the readers of Howard Magazine.
|Lyn Locke||Village Manager||[email protected]|
|Lori Tracy||Facility Manager||[email protected]|
|Kerri Ford||Event Coordinator / Covenant Advisor||[email protected]|
|LaTasha Fisher||Facility Coordinator and Marketing Strategist||[email protected]|
Monday-Friday: 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Evenings and Saturday: Please call ahead for evening and weekend office hours to make sure the building is open and staff is available to assist you.
The Center Fold, published bi-monthly, is mailed to each residence and includes articles and news of village and general interest. You can view past issues of the Center Fold on the Newsletter page of this website.
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Town Center Legal Documents
Please note that these are for your reference only. If you are selling your home, you are required to purchase a complete resale packet at the village office. The resale packet contains current copies of the legal documents as well as additional legal documents.