• Welcome to Spring Ridge Online

      The Spring Ridge Community is located in Frederick County Maryland. 

      Spring Ridge consists of 1432 homes and is located just minutes away from historic downtown Frederick and is convenient to both Washington D.C and Baltimore, MD. Learn more by reading About Spring Ridge.

    • Spring Ridge Conservancy regular meeting

      Time: Jan 19, 2021 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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      Meeting ID: 879 1747 7178

      Passcode: 721890

      Note: Meeting is open to the public but is limited to 10 people including Board and management. Use of mask is mandatory.


      Assessment Coupons

      Assessment Coupons have been mailed several weeks ago. However, due to U.S. Postal Service delays, most homeowners have not received the coupon booklets. If you don’t want to wait, please contact the management office for further instructions on alternative payment methods. There will be not late fees in January 2021. 

      Christmas Tree Pickup

      Single Family/Townhomes ONLY:  During the month of January 2021, all you’ll need to do is take your live Christmas tree out to the curbside on Sunday evenings.  On each Monday in January, the Christmas trees will be picked up at the curbside and taken to the Recycling Center. 

      The trees must be stripped of all ornaments, stands must not be attached—just the natural tree.  No tree bags or plastic bags will be accepted.  Please do not dump your tree in common area or the Visitor Center parking lot. CONDOS WILL HAVE THEIR OWN DESIGNATED AREAS. 

      Spring Ridge Roads

      Anticipate that the county will start the striping of the newly paved roads in Spring Ridge beginning Monday, December 7th.  The roads have been marked for the striping operation. 

      While there was substantial work done on the utility trench along Ridgefield Drive, the streetlights are still not operable.  

      Given the length of this outage, PMP will be following up with Potomac Edison. We understand the necessity for getting these lights in operation. 

    • Spring Ridge Snow Guidelines


      With the first snowfall of the 2020-2021 Season in the books, we remind residents of the following snow removal guidelines listed below:


      Single-Family Homes

      All single-family streets along with Spring Ridge Parkway and Ridgefield Drive are plowed and maintained by Frederick County.  Contact 301-600-1564 regarding snow removal on those streets. All sidewalks in the single-family neighborhoods are to be shoveled by the homeowner/resident.


      Townhomes and Condos

      In a snow/sleet storm, if accumulation is less than 2", the contractor is to apply chemicals to the common sidewalks and roads.  If total snow/sleet accumulation is 2-4", the contractor is to begin plowing only after 2" has actually accumulated on the roadways.  Chemical application will begin with the parking areas and private roads, followed by common sidewalks.  In a big snowstorm, the contractor will plow to open up the private roads.  However, most of the detailed snow removal work will not take place until after the snow has finished falling.  The asphalt walking path will be shoveled to the school.  However, at the corner of Ridgefield Drive, only one side of the street will be shoveled to the school.  The side that seems better to shovel is the Visitor Center side since the school itself doesn’t shovel their own path on Ridgefield Drive. There are safe crossovers in front of the school. (Management will remain flexible on these issues as the needs change in the community.)  



      One or two parking spots in the overflow lots should be used for snow piles. CONTRACTORS ARE NOT TO CLEAR OUT INDIVIDUAL PARKING SPOTS FOR RESIDENTS WHO MOVE THEIR VEHICLES FOR SUCH SERVICE. If multiple spots are empty at the time the plows are there, the contractor may clear them.  Please don’t shovel snow from around your vehicle and throw it back into the street or on the sidewalk.  The snow should be placed in your yard, out of the way, not in the street, and not on the sidewalks.  If snow accumulation is over 4", the same treatment will be applied as described above, and careful attention will be kept to the location of snow piles. Areas to be specifically avoided are mailboxes, fire hydrants, and bus stops.  Once accumulation reaches 4" or more, walking paths are to be cleared (one snowblower path) near the end of the storm.  As always, residents should use caution at all times.  The contractor can’t be everywhere for every weather event.  Please remember to NEVER use rock salt on any sidewalk or concrete surface.  Rock salt severely damages concrete. Please do not use it.


      PGC, the landscape company for Spring Ridge Conservancy will begin the final leaf pickup once the snow has melted.