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What You Should Know

Image by Boudewijn Huysmans


Spring 2023 Update

The Anne Arundel County Department of Public Works has approached the community regarding improvements to Forked Creek to control stormwater runoff and improve water quality within the Magothy River Watershed. The intention is to reduce the amount of bank erosion by raising the stream bottom up to create shallow pools and connect the water to the surrounding floodplain. Following a delay due to the pandemic, the county's consultant has provided a detailed design, and the project manager has asked to present the project details to the HOA board and the community to gain acceptance and move the project forward.

The provided site plan and pictures of the existing eroding stream, as well as examples of completed projects, are available here: 

Foxmoor Stream Restoration Site Plan

Examples of Current Erosion & Completed Projects

While the neighborhood will not incur any costs, there could be an inconvenience to the neighbors residing near the creek on Norton Lane and the Viking North cul-de-sac. A representative from the county's Bureau of Watershed Protection and Restoration​ will provide a presentation and answer questions on the project at the upcoming 2023 Annual Meeting, which will be held Wednesday, June 14th.

The three initial letters received by the HOA in 2019,  a map showing a visual overview of where the study will be conducted, and DPW's responses to HOA questions, are available at the links below: 

DPW Letter #1

DPW Letter #2

DPW Letter #3

Project Overview Image

DPW Answers to HOA Questions

Polluted Stream


In 2004, the Anne Arundel County Government began the Countywide Biological Monitoring Program to characterize the health of the County's streams and rivers. As part of this process, a number of activities are performed at sample stations on selected streams. One or more of the streams the program wishes to sample this year happen to fall on Foxmoor property.

It is anticipated that a field crew from KCI Technologies, Inc., or Coastal Resources, Inc., the consultants hired by the County to perform this work-will visit streams within Foxmoor once in March or April 2023 and once between June and September 2023. All field crews will be comprised of professional biologists, have proper identification, and will be properly supervised.

The full notice from the county is available here.

If you have specific questions or concerns regarding this activity please reach out to the HOA Board.



If you'd like to participate on a committee or would like to assist the HOA with future projects or initiatives, please email the board for more information. We could definitely use the help!



Updates to the community recreation lot basketball court are complete! The court has been expanded and refurbished. Please enjoy and be courteous to others using the court!

In March 2021, the board approved a budget of $20,000 for the project to cover the cost of repairing and expanding the court, and purchasing the two new basketball hoops. As this is considered a special project, funds from the community's financial reserves were used and no new or additional fees were required.

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