About the St. John's Community Association
The St. John’s Community is located in the neighborhood commonly known as Dunloggin, plus some adjacent parcels of land. Your community comprises over 950 homes and includes the area between Route 40 and the Village of Dorsey Hall with the eastern boundary of Route 29 and western boundary ofGray Rock Farm, south of Frederick Road.
The St. John’s Community Association (SJCA) is an all-volunteer organization whose mission is the service and well-being of the community's residents. It is NOT a homeowners association. Since Howard County is one of the five counties in the country with no local town/city government, it relies on the strength of its community associations.
Over a span of 50 years, your Association has been active and committed to the following goals:
SJCA is your voice within the community and with the county and State government to help address specific traffic, crime, inappropriate development, environmental, and other identified concerns or interests.
SCJA has a constitution, governed through by-laws, and standing committees addressing current zoning/environment and traffic issues. Each June, SJCA elects five officers to the SJCA board: President, VP, Treasurer, Recording and Corresponding Secretaries. Twenty-six Area Representatives, acting on behalf of the 20 to 50 homes in their area, assist the officers to discuss and vote on issues and actions each month.
We invite you to become a member of the SJCA and participate in meetings. Meetings are open to all residents and take place at 7:30 p.m. on the first Wednesday of the month (except July and August) in the Northfield Elementary School Media Center.