The Long Reach Village Board meeting that was previously scheduled for 2/5/2019 has been canceled. The next board meeting will be held on 2/19/19 at 7:30pm. Please contact the village office with any questions. 410-730-8113
The Howard County Office of Transportation is conducting a complete streets corridor study for the segment of Tamar Drive from Flamepool Way to Snowden River Parkway.
The Office of Transportation will accept comments at this phase of the study until January 25, 2019. To provide a comment, or for more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (410) 313-4360.
More information can be found here on the Howard County website.
Donations are now being collected for the CommUNITY Toiletry Drive at Stonehouse. See below for more details.
Stonehouse will close at noon on Dec 21, 2018 and will reopen on January 2, 2019.
Stonehouse will be closing at 5pm on 11/21 and will reopen on 11/26.
Earlier this year we asked our residents to submit photos that represent what they love about living in Long Reach. We received so many wonderful submissions it was truly a difficult decision for the LRCA and Art Center staff to select the winners.
The results are in and we proudly announce the winners of the Living in Long Reach Photo Contest. Thank you to everyone who participated!
Grand Prize, winner of a $50 Target gift card:
Paul Willis of Jeffers Hill
Runner Up, winner of a $25 Target gift card:
Clare Ciandella of Kendall Ridge
Honorable Mention, winner of a $10 Baskin Robbins gift card:
David Zolet of Phelps Luck
Special thanks these outstanding submissions!
Christine Smith of Phelps Luck
Ginny Clair of Phelps Luck
David Ennis of Phelps Luck
Join us for free presentations from the Master Gardeners of Howard County.
Learn tips and tricks from experts that you can take home to your own garden!
All presentations will be held at Stonehouse.
Call 410-730-8113 or email email@example.com to register.
“Trees, Wonderful Trees”
January 14 · 7pm
Explore the many roles of trees in our lives and in our environment, how to choose the right tree for your location/needs, and the basics of planting and caring for your tree.
“Getting Your Garden Ready for Spring”
March 4 · 7pm
Learn about sustainable gardening best practices for the spring season including how to care for vegetable, perennial, and native plant gardens.
“Spring Vegetable Gardening”
March 18 · 7pm
There is work to be done in the vegetable garden every season of the year, but in the spring we tend to realize suddenly that we have lots to do. Learn how to prepare your garden soil for spring planting.
“Easy Gardening for Busy People”
June 3 · 7pm
Would you like to have a garden but feel it’s too much hard work? We will provide information and other tips that will allow you to save time and be a lazy gardener.