For the most recent copy of the printed community newsletter, The Mast: CLICK HERE.
Read a letter from AHIA President Scott Gibson. Topics include the 4th of July Parade, new kayak racks, Cedar Park sidewalks, and the special benefits district. Click here to read it.
Anne Arundel County is preparing for the Summer 2019 neighborhood mosquito spraying. Admiral Heights is on the list to be sprayed.
We have been assigned MONDAY nights as our spray night. The county will come through the neighborhood between 7:30 pm and 2:30 am to spray the neighborhood. The first potential night of spraying is May 29. Minimum thresholds which must be met for treatment to occur are as follows (any one of these is sufficient):
Here is an informational sheet published by the county: Community Spraying information - Monday nights.
An informational document regarding the spraying can be found here:
Our assigned day has not yet been assigned. Individual neighbors are allowed to opt-out of the spraying if they wish. If you wish to opt-out of the spraying, you must complete and mail a form to the Department of Agriculture. The form can be found here:2019 Mosquito Spraying Opt-Out.
Virtual Town Hall on Public Safety - Thursday, Aug. 20, 7:30 PM
Click here for the flyer with more information.
Annual events include: Spring and Fall Yard Sales, Halloween Party, March and October general membership meetings, Greenscape, July 4th Bike Parade, Block Party at Halsey Park, and a Navy football tailgate party.