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About AHIA

The Admiral Heights Improvement Association (AHIA) was formed in 1952 "for the general improvement of the community of Admiral Heights." AHIA owns several properties in the neighborhood and maintains them for the use of our neighbors with the dues paid by the AHIA members and volunteer efforts. For more information about AHIA, including links to bylaws, meeting minutes, and an up-to-date membership list, please see here

Membership in the organization is voluntary for residents of Admiral Heights. Annual dues keep our community properties safe, well-kept, and our community events vibrant.


AHIA is led by a volunteer Board of Directors, who are elected in March each year for a one-year term.

The current 2023-2024 board members are:

Executive Committee (voted and approved in April 2023)

President: Shivaugn Ahern

Vice President: Cindy Radulovich​

Treasurer: John Leupold

Secretary: Jayme Brooks

Amy Skinner 

Liz Uehlinger

Jim Masterson

Matt Allen

Chris Sheesley

Elizabeth Janney

Below are some frequently asked questions and their answers.

Is membership in the Admiral Heights Improvement Association Mandatory? No, it is not. Membership in AHIA is voluntary for residents of Admiral Heights, but it is the dues of these proud residents that help keep our community common properties well kept and the residents' property values stable. It is a great way to show your commitment to supporting the community you live in.

How much is it to join the Admiral Heights Improvement Association? Dues are $50 per year per household. For more information, please contact:

What days are designated for trash collection? Thursday is trash, recycling, and yard waste collection day in Admiral Heights. All items must fit in trash cans. Large bulk items require a collection appointment. To learn more about refuse and bulk collections visit the Annapolis city Public Works website.

How can I join the pool? The Admiral Heights pool is run separately from AHIA. For more information, please visit their website to find out more information:

Where is the Boat Club? Can I dock my boat? How can I get more info? The Boat Club is located at 167 Williams Drive. This property is managed by the Boat Club, complete with their own rules of operation. The boat slips at this pier are reserved for Boat Club members. AHIA members may temporarily dock to load and unload at the Williams Drive pier. All boat club members must also be AHIA members.

Where can I find water access in Admiral Heights? There is a community pier and boat racks at the Dewey Drive Dock. Admiral Heights residents can also enjoy the Williams Dock through the Admiral Heights Boat Club.

How can I get involved with AHIA? Thanks for your interest! Please email for more information on becoming a volunteer.

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