There are 177 single family, three or four bedroom homes in Foxmoor.
As of 2014, only 13 are rental properties, 9 of which are owned by the original developers William Wiggins and William Utz.
Breakdown of Foxmoor Homes:
*Viking North and South were the last homes built in Foxmoor. Natural Gas was not available via Shore Acres Road until about 1990.
**One home on Viking South was destroyed by fire and a new home was rebuilt in its place in 2009.
Foxmoor’s signature attraction are the Kwanzan Japanese Cherry Trees that can be found throughout the neighborhood, but are showcased with 45 lining Norton Lane. Although they only blossom for one week in April, their beauty is breath taking.
The Foxmoor neighborhood has two recreation areas:
Tot Lot – Located just past the intersection of Norton Lane and Doubleday Drive, the Tot Lot is a wood-fenced play area intended for children under 12. There is a series of playground equipment and an evergreen area for free play. Parental supervision is not mandatory, but encouraged. Tot Lot is open dawn till dusk. Access to the Tot Lot is prohibited during the hours of darkness.
Rec Lot – Located past the intersection of Doubleday Drive and Loughton Lane / Macmillan Court, the Rec Lot features a half-court basketball area and mowed grassy free play area. The Rec Lot is intended for all ages and open dawn till dusk. Access to the Rec Lot is prohibited during the hours of darkness.
Foxmoor is located in the Anne Arundel County Public School District.
*Find detailed information under the “schools tab”
The Foxmoor Association Inc. annual assessments for 2016 are $150 annually. The fiscal year runs from April 1 to March 31. Assessments are mailed in February and are due no later than March 31. Assessments must be paid in full each year. Foxmoor Association Inc. does not offer monthly or quarterly payments.
Foxmoor Association Inc. is a self-managed homeowner’s association governed by a volunteer Board of Directors. Annual assessments are used to pay the community’s liability insurance, state and county taxes, county utilities and other operational budgets items like lawn care and maintenance of the common areas, office supplies and equipment to operation the association, maintenance of the community’s amenities. A small percentage of the annual assessment is placed in reserve to fund programed replacement of community property and equipment as well as unforecasted expenses due like legal fees and broken equipment. Funds are also spent on community gatherings such as movie nights, annual picnic, easter egg hunt and halloween parade.
The Front Foot Assessment is a fee paid by the developer of this community, Wiggins and Utz, and Later Snyder, for the county installed water, sewer and (where applicable) natural gas utilities when the houses were built. That fee is passed onto the homeowner and payments are spread out over a 30 year span. Each homeowner’s annual fee is based on the cost for those utilities when the house was built, therefore the annual front foot assessment for homes built in the 1980s are different than the homes built in the 1990s. The Front Foot Assessment is attached to the property, so when a home is sold, the new owner picks up the remaining payment cycle. Foxmoor Utility Company is a business that bought out the front foot assessments from the developers and collects these fees. Foxmoor Utility Company is not affiliated in any way with our homeowner’s association, Foxmoor Association Inc. None of the fees collected benefit Foxmoor Association Inc.
Foxmoor Utility Co, Inc.
10176 Baltimore National Pike
Ellicott City, MD. 21042
410-418-4553 Fax: 410-418-5598
Architectural Control: Article VI of the Covenants states the following:
No building, fence, wall or other structure shall be commenced, erected or maintained upon the Property,nor shall any exterior addition to or change (including change of external paint, paneling and the like) or alteration therein be made until the plans and specifications showing the nature, kind, shape, height, materials, exterior colors and location of the same shall have been submitted to and approved in writing as to harmony of external design and location in relation to surrounding structures and topography by the Board of Directors of the Association, or by an architectural committee composed of three (3) or more representatives appointed by the Board. In the event said Board, or its designated committee, fails to approve or disapprove such design and location within thirty (30) days after said plans and specifications have been submitted to it, approval will not be required and this Article will be deemed to have been fully complied with.
In addition to this Article VII of the Covenants lists Use Restrictions.
The Architectural Control Policy also found on this web site gives additional information with regard to architectural control and guidelines.
A good rule of thumb to follow: When in doubt, ask about. Any homeowner can review the covenants and architectural policies by checking out the documents on this web page.
The current Architectural Committee is working on updating the Architectural Policy. This has not been done since 1998. If you are interested in serving on this committee, contact any member of the Board.
The answers on this page summarize information found in the Foxmoor Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions, Bylaws, and the Architectural Control Committee Policy and Procedures. Please consult these documents for specific information.
Please consult the Foxmoor Association Inc. Documents on the Important Documents link on the Residents page for more answers about Rules & Regulations and By Laws. If you cannot find your answer in these documents, Please contact the board at Board@foxmoorassociationinc.org