Shipley's Choice Community Association
About the Neighborhood
Shipley’s Choice is a community of single family homes in the Greater Severna Park area north of Annapolis, MD, nestled in the suburbs between Washington DC and Baltimore. The neighborhood is divided into two main community organizations:
Founded in 1979, the mission of the SCCA is to:
Shipley’s Choice is ideally located in Anne Arundel (AA) County, MD; about 10 miles north of Annapolis, MD, the sailing boat capital of the United States and the seat of Maryland state government. Annapolis is also home to the United States Naval Academy and St. John’s College, and the city is a historic city preserving its naval heritage and colonial architecture homes. The land on which the Shipley's Choice was established was originally acquired by Adam Shipley, who came to Anne Arundel County in 1668. On March 30, 1681, he patented 200 acres on the south side of the Severn River.
The community of Shipley’s Choice is on the western edge of Severna Park, MD, where the public school district includes the Shipley’s Choice Elementary School, number 1 in the AA County & 10/10 by Great Schools; Severna Park Middle School, and the Severna Park High School. Shipley’s Choice is just 1½ miles from Exit 10 of Interstate 97, 17 miles from Baltimore, 34 miles from Washington, D.C., and 8 miles from the Thurgood Marshall Baltimore Washington International (BWI) Airport. Centrally located, the neighborhood has great access to several major interstates, as well BWI Airport, and the AMTRAK train station (great access to both DC via the MARC and Baltimore via the light rail).
The Shipley’s Choice community features a walk-able location for the Shipley’s Choice Elementary School and the privately managed, Shipley’s Choice Swim & Tennis Club, facilities of a club house, two swimming pools, a children’s pool, and four tennis courts.
Residents of SCCA homes in Shipley’s Choice have homes that are primarily two story with two car garages on well treed lots of a ¼ acre or more. AA County is responsible for snow removal from the streets, street repairs, and trash removal, including recycling trash and greens removal at the curb from containers. Residents are professionals usually working within the Washington-Baltimore-Annapolis triangle, and some include Columbia, MD and the Fort Meade, MD area for their employment.
Round 1 of 2021 SCCA Dues Complete
We are ending round 1 of dues collection for 2021. 126 of our 283 families (45%) have contributed a total of $7,887. Of this 23 paid by PayPal and 42 paid over the $50 totaling $1,624. Thank you! We just took down $2,800 worth of trees today (10.28) with more rounds starting next week. Amy Hamilton, SCCA Treasurer.
I-97 Road Work (31 Aug 2020)
The Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA) will soon begin pavement repairs along two roadway segments of Interstate 97 in Anne Arundel County.
MDOT SHA will reconstruct two deteriorating concrete sections of Interstate 97. Project limits include southbound I-97 between MD 3 Business (Crain Highway, Exit 12) and Benfield Boulevard (Exit 10), and northbound I-97 between MD 3 Business and MD 174 (Quarterfield Road, Exit 13). Work includes saw-cutting and removing existing concrete, pouring and setting new concrete sections, and adding new pavement markings.
Portable variable message signs are in place alerting drivers of work dates and any other travel-related impacts. Crews will begin work during the week of August 30, weather permitting; all work is scheduled to be complete by the end of the year. Daytime single-lane closures are permitted Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., and overnight double or triple-lane closures and detours may be in effect Sunday through Thursday nights from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. the following morning. Drivers are advised to remain alert for changing traffic patterns and lane shifts, and to reduce speeds when driving through the work zone. Customers who have questions may contact the MDOT SHA District 5 Office at 410-841-1000 or toll-free at 1-800-331-5603.
Dam Project Updates (13 Jul 2020)
Work on Phase 2 continues, residents are reminded not to enter the construction site at any time. Orange mesh fence and no trespassing signs were added along the construction entrance at Oak Stump drive. Residents should also take care not to block the construction entrance.
Latest Statement of Financial Condition (September 2020)
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