Beach Committee

It shall be the duty of the Beach Committee to control and enforce such rules and regulations approved by the Board of Directors, to safeguard the welfare of the bathers and all other who legally use the Beach, to maintain the cleanliness of the Beach, to find means of developing the Beach area and to carry out the directives of the Association and the Board of Directors.

Community Property Committee

It shall be the duty of the Community Property Committee to control and enforce such rules and regulations approved by the Board of Directors as a means to safeguard the welfare of property owners using the community property–other than the beach, as recreational areas. Enforcement of the Communities rules and regulations are to ensure that all property owners have equal rights to use all facilities on community property, to maintain the cleanliness of these areas, to contract or otherwise arrange for and supervise the control of mosquitoes and other pests, to find means of developing the community property in keeping with the growth of Oyster Harbor, and to carry out the directives of the Association and the Board of Directors.

The Community Property Committee also oversees compliance of rules and zoning issues.

Use this form to contact the Community Property Committee Chair:

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Committee on Roads and Drainage

It shall be the duty of the Committee on Roads and Drainage to provide for the upkeep of all community roads and drainage, therefore, to place proper signs to affect the speed and the parking of vehicles, to provide for the placing of adequate lights on all roads and to carry out the directives of the Association and the Board of Directors.

Use this form to contact the Roads Committee.

Benevolance Committee

It shall be the duty of the Benevolance Committee to see that members of the Association who are ill or confined, are remembered in some appropriate way.

Social Committee

It shall be the duty of the Recreational Committee to promote social activities and community entertainment in the best interest of the community, and to provide means for helping to defray the expense of the Association, provided that any activity or entertainment for the purposes outline first be approved by the Association and the Board of Directors.

These duties are handled by the current Recreation Committee.

Use this form to Contact the Social/Recreation Committee.

Piers & Harbors Committee

The Piers and Harbors Committee is in charge of the community’s piers, harbors, marinas, and boat ramp, and related issues such as dredging.

Currently Oyster Harbor offers 34 slips and 11 floating dock spaces for lease on an annual basis. The community also offers 47 dinghy/kayak racks free of use. All slips and spaces are intended for small boats to enable Community residents to take advantage of the local waters around the Community. The piers are not intended to replace the full-service facilities of commercial marinas.

There are three locations for boats to be launched, stored, and/or moored within the community; Fishing Creek Road Pier, Washington Avenue Ramp, and Booker Avenue Pier. There is also a small dinghy rack on the Beach offering direct access to the Chesapeake Bay by kayaks.

Slip space is available as a one year lease*, for the cost of $2 per foot per month ($24/foot/yr). Floating Dock Dinghy Spaces* are available at $144 per year for dinks or small kayaks or sailboats that can fit in them. Dry Dinghy storage is available on a first come, first serve basis – with all boats in the racks required to have OHCA stickers on them**.

About 10 of the slips can accommodate boats that draw about 3′ of water, the rest are for smaller boats, 17′ or less and requiring 2′ or less water depth.

Dinghy and boat launching can be done at all four locations for small boats, and only at the Washington Street Ramp for boats on trailers.

*To apply for a slip or floating dock space, please fill out the slip request form.

**Stickers can be obtained by filling our the decal request form.

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Green Committee

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Security Committee

The Security Committee is in charge of issues that have to do with public safety and law enforcement in the community.

Oyster harbor maintains a contract with a security service that hires off duty police officers to patrol our neighborhood.  This service augments the daily patrols of Anne Arundel County police.  We also work closely with Anne Arundel County police and pass on information submitted on the Community Rule Violation webform, such as license plate numbers of speeding cars.

If you notice something out of the norm in the community, please fill out the community rule violation form.  IF YOU BELIEVE ITS AN EMERGENCY, do not hesitate to call 911.