Town Center has a unique geographical form consisting of separate residential areas dispersed throughout the Downtown area. It is a diverse area with dwellings ranging from multi-level high-density buildings to single-family homes. Proud Columbia residents have a lot to celebrate. Columbia was ranked as the Happiest City in America, according to WalletHub, for the past two years in a row. Columbia Town Center is a safe, inclusive, and beautiful community for all, and we look forward to each new resident. If you’re moving to Columbia Town Center, here are a few tips to make your move as seamless as possible.
Check Out Important Website Links
Moving to a new town can be overwhelming. There are so many things to keep track of, like bus routes, trash pickup days, school information, and more. Luckily, we have compiled all the essential information on our Community Services page. Visit our website to learn everything about living in Columbia Town Center, such as contact information for police, fire, and animal control, lists of public schools, and bus and MARC train routes.
Sign Up for the Newsletter
The last thing you want when you move into your new home is realizing you missed an important community event. To avoid this, be sure to sign up for our community newsletter. The CenterNews, published bi-monthly, is mailed to each residence and includes articles and news of village and general interest. The newsletter contains everything you need to know about Columbia Town Center, such as HOA information, community events, board meetings and elections, and more.
Read All Covenant Information
The Covenants are a set of legal documents that are part of your deed of ownership. The Covenants assure minimum standards for land use, architectural design, and property maintenance. They also allow for the operation of the Town Center Community Association, Town Center Architectural Committee, and the Architectural Review Process. If you plan to alter your home’s exterior, be sure to complete and submit the Town Center Community Association (TCCA) application BEFORE you begin your project. To ensure that your application is reviewed as quickly as possible, please observe the following guidelines:
- Provide as much detail as possible about your project.
- Get signatures from 2 affected neighbors.
- Submit a site plan showing the location/configuration of the project.
- Submit a scale drawing of the project.
- Include color samples
- Include pictures or photos of materials to be used.
- Sign and date the application; supply contact information, including email address.
THRIVE AT COLUMBIA TOWN CENTER
Town Center is one of the ten villages of Columbia, Maryland. Our Village offices are located in Historic Oakland, one of the most beautiful historic buildings in Howard County. In the heart of Columbia, Town Center’s residents enjoy living in an urban community in a suburban setting with close proximity to all Columbia amenities, attractions, and cultural activities. Visit us to learn more about our community at 5430 Vantage Point Road, Columbia, MD 21044. Call us at 410-730-4744 or visit our website https://www.columbiatowncenter.org/