You now are living in a diverse waterside community. Your neighbors may range from retirees to first time home owners. While you are awake, others may be sleeping, so please be considerate of the different life styles of other residents. The CBCA is run by volunteers elected to the Board of Directors. You are encouraged to become active in the CBCA. Watch this website for announcements of meetings and activities. Many activities are also posted on the Community Bulletin Board on Calvert Beach Road.Access to the beach is open to everyone. There is stairway access for members at the east end of Avenue D and there is a gated parking lot and boat ramp at the east end of Calvert Avenue.Beach access for members, and a limited number of accompanying guests, is free. There is a charge for a key to access the boat ramp parking. To be eligible to receive a key, you must be an owner and your dues must be current. The key and lock are changed periodically. When parked on the lot, parking passes, issued when dues are paid, must be displayed. To get a key, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please close the gate after entering, and if you pass by and see the gate open, please stop and lock it. The ramp and parking area are private, not public.Calvert Beach is a member of Neighborhood Watch, and a sponsor of National Night Out. To report non emergency infractions, such as trespassing or loud parties, call the Sheriff at 410-535-2800. For emergency use, dial 911.
Welcome to Calvert Beach and please help keep it a nice place to live.