COVE POINT BEACH ASSOCIATION UPDATE – JUNE 29, 2020

This summer we have many more property owners, family members, and guests here in Cove Point, along with some trespassers.  We are also encountering issues with speeding, unleashed dogs charging people, and motorized vehicles on the beach to name a few…so please read on.  

Public Safety – We need everyone’s cooperation to keep us safe, so please remind your family and friends of the following:

• The speed limit on Lighthouse Blvd. in 25 MPH and 15 MPH on all other roads.

• All dogs must be on a leash when off the property owner’s property.  This is a Calvert County ordinance.  

• No golf carts or other motorized vehicles are allowed beyond the end of the road at the entrances to the beach and certainly not on the grass areas or the beach itself.

Summertime Security – With an increased number of trespassers attempting to use our private beach, we have changed the schedule to include weekend daytime hours that our county sheriff deputies are on duty.  Several individuals have already been banned from coming into the community.

Parking – All guests and visitors must park their vehicles on their host’s property.  Only vehicles with a current 2019/2020 CPBA parking permit affixed to the vehicle window are allowed to park at the entrances to the beach.

Dues – If you have not paid your 2020 dues, please do so now.  Friendly reminders were sent out earlier this month.  If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Trish David at: Treasurer@covepointbeach.com

Roadwork – Our annual roadwork is being scheduled and you will be notified when the work will begin.  During this work period, all cars must be parked on the owner’s property and not on the road.

Thank You – Thanks to the folks who pick up trash along the beach and roads and those who mow the grass at the entrance to our community and other areas.  It is much appreciated!

Stay safe and enjoy the upcoming holiday weekend.

Paul Plattner
President, CPBA, Inc.