About QPCA

Welcome to the Queen’s Park Community Association web site! We hope you will find our site helpful in assisting you with community information.

The Queen’s Park Community Association, Inc., or QPCA, serves Queen’s Park I, Queen’s Park II, and Cambridge Crossing at Queen’s Park with a total of 450 homes. Queen’s Park I, developed in 1973, was the first phase of our community and includes 62 semi-detached homes. Queen’s Park II developed in three phases from 1975 to 1980 includes 268 semi-detached homes.The Cambridge Crossing Addition at Queen’s Park developed from 1988-1989 includes 120 homes.

The Queen’s Park Community Association, Inc. was incorporated in 1976. Our purpose is to promote the civic, economic, educational and social welfare of the residents and property owners of the community. We are committed to leadership and service to assure that all community property is maintained in a safe, pristine manner. We foster a spirit of unity and cooperation among persons having interests and activities related to our community.

Click Here to view (Special Community Benefits District)

Our list of 18 public roads include: Centergate Court, Cork Lane, Fitz Court, Fox Court, Gatewood Court, Greengate Way, Kings Road, Kings Bench Place*, Middlegate Court, Notley Court, Notley Road, Pebblestone Road, Princess Place*, Queen’s Park Road*, Redgate Court, Vena Court, Vena Lane, and Woodlawn Avenue*. The asterisk (*) denotes roads where not all homes on street are designated as Queen’s Park community.

Anne Arundel County is responsible for providing many services to the residents of Queen’s Park: Police, Fire, Animal Control, Zoning, Department of Public Works (DPW), and the Board of Education. Please visit the main Anne Arundel County web site at www.aacounty.org for further information.

All homes within the Queen’s Park community have been designated as a special taxing district. We are one of over 90 special taxing districts in Anne Arundel County that have been assigned to collect funding for our recreational areas through the homeowner’s annual tax bill. Please click on the above “Special Community Benefits District” heading for further information.