Board of Directors

President - Fred Lounsberry,

Vice President - Ted Rowett,

Secretary - Shirley Little,

Treasurer - Sylvia Stafford

Members at Large:

Judy Appleby,

David Butler,

Janice Gary,

Committee Chairs:

Accounting Review:
Al Cipriani

Architectural Control:
Curt Gary,

Common Areas:

Erosion Control:
Vince Ritts,

MaryAnn Callaghan

Mike Hargadon,

Safety and Security:
Jim Stafford,

News, & Email Updates:
Jim Stafford (temp),

Board News

2013 Annual HOA Meeting

Congratulations to our new Board members: Champe Andrews, Andy Emerson, Scott Marsden, Doug Portner and Dan Phelps.

Cove Events

We have a number of cool events coming up. Please visit the May Event page for details.


Please join your neighbors in Annapolis Cove on the First Friday of Every Month for informal Happy Hours at the Ebb Tide See you May 3rd ay 6PM.

Spring Reminders

Now that more outdoor activity will be taking place, it bears mentioning that portable sports equipment should be taken down and stored out of sight when it is not in use. This includes equipment on driveways, yards lawns, etc. as stated in the Guidelines.

ALSO-- Trash/recycle bins should be stowed out of sight.

Architectural Control Guidelines

If you are planning interior remodeling projects, please note that while indoor renovations do NOT require an application to the Architectural Control Committee, an application is required for outdoor construction support such as dumpsters, storage Pods, and Porta-Potties.

Safety Committee Tip of the Month can be found at this link.

Annapolis Cove

ALERT: On May 1st, 2013 Annapolis Cove will be holding its Annual Meeting at Bay Ridge Christian Church at 7:00 p.m. An important part of this meeting is the election of Board members. All residents are urged to participate in the election of the Board. Follow this link to access the online voting instructions. We'll have a speaker on fast credit report repair!

Annapolis Cove is a scenic waterfront community in Annapolis, Maryland, featuring 208 single-family homes, several of which are waterfront. It has a beautiful private marina on Lake Ogleton that leads into the mouth of the Severn River. On clear days, if you look through the channel, you can see the Chesapeake Bay Bridge approximately five miles north. The Cove has a recreational area with picnic tables and a basket ball court overlooking the marina. It also has a picturesque pond with large snapping turtles that kids love to watch and feed.

Annapolis Cove is a 10 minute drive from the Annapolis Historic district and less than five minutes from Quiet Waters Park. Quiet Waters has 340 acres consisting of six miles of paved trails for hiking and biking, visitor center, grandstand for entertainment, ice skating rink, a children's playground, pavillions for picnics, two fenced dog play areas (one for small pups, the other for larger breeds), a dog beach, and kayak and paddle boat rentals.

Annapolis Cove is 35 miles east of D.C., 32 miles south-east of Baltimore, and 122 miles west of Ocean City, MD


Annapolis has a beautiful downtown historic area with great shops and restaurants. It is also home to the United States Naval Academy and St. John’s College, a liberal arts college with a history going back to 1696. Annapolis is well known as a center of sailing and boating in the Mid-Atlantic.