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The Villages at Homeland East (VHE) is a neighborhood of townhomes with an active homeowners' association to oversee and maintain the community. We are located in vibrant north central Baltimore, with easy access to the all of Baltimore and beyond.

 

Homeowners' Association for the Villages at Homeland - East

 

The Homeowners' Association (HOA) is lead by a Board of Directors consisting of five members from the community. Board elections are held every year.  However, each board member is elected by the homeowners to two (2) year terms.  Terms are alternating such that the entire Board is not up for re-election at the same time. Following each election, the board selects positions for each member based upon a board vote.

 

Board Members (2016-2017)

President: Tim Pula

Vice President: Francesco Legaluppi

Secretary: Eric Johnson

Treasurer: Brad Lamont

Member at Large: Andrea Erdas

 

 

Duties of the Board

  • Approve the annual budget
  • Set the assessments annually
  • Establish rules for the common areas
  • Hire/Fire vendors
  • Create/Oversee committees
  • Approve repairs to the common areas
  • Enforce the Documents
  • Pursue monies owed to the Association

 

 

 

VHE History

Read a history of our community and learn about its unique architecture.

 

Surrounding Area

Find out more about the communities that surround our neighborhood.

 

Local Schools

We have many outstanding institutions within a short distance of our gates.

 

Prosepctive Homeowners

Interested in becoming part of our community?  This page will address questions about purchasing and owning a house in VHE.

 

State and Local Information

  • State of Maryland official website
  • City of Baltimore official website
  • For emergency city services call 9-1-1
  • For non-emergency city services call 3-1-1
  • Voting - Polling station (#27038) is located in the lobby of Govans Manor, 5220 York Rd.
    • We are located in the Maryland 43rd district
    • We are located in the City of Baltimore 4th district