FAQ’s

Snow in the Community

Q: Who pushes snow on Heritage Harbour streets?
A: Heritage Harbour’s snow pushing contractor pushes snow on community-owned streets. See the Snow Pushing Policy. Anne Arundel County pushes snow on county-owned streets within the community. See county snow pushing information. The condominium areas have their own snow pushing contractor and residents are responsible for privately-owned driveways and sidewalks adjoining their property.

Q: What do I pay monthly?
A: For 2017, a monthly assessment of $136 applies to each residence. The assessment is determined annually as part of the Association’s budget process. Condominium areas within Heritage Harbour pay $136 plus the additional condominium fee which varies according to condominium property. This is a mandatory fee.

Q:  Does Heritage Harbour have assisted living?
A:  No, there is no assisted living/continuing care in Heritage Harbour, however, the Heritage Harbour Health Group and Caring Network provide services to allow a member to remain in his/her home longer. Also, the Anne Arundel County Department of Aging and Disabilities provides information and resources for residents at www.aacounty.org/aging.

Q. Does Heritage Harbour provide transportation services?
A: Heritage Harbour has a community bus. The bus is an amenity and is operated on availability and discretion of the General Manager considering staff availability, maintenance requirements, and weather conditions. The bus operates a regular schedule for local trips to shopping areas or other local facilities. The bus will operate only if two or more residents require service in the morning or afternoon. Special trips are planned on Thursday to local areas of interest. See our Bus Schedule.