Welcome to the Quail Valley Community HOA

Architectural Change Request

Before you make a visual change on your property, please contact the Architectural Standards Department to seek guidance. If you receive a notice from your HOA about cleaning up your property, painting your house or replacing rotten siding, please take the request seriously and abide by the correction date.

New Maryland Law Enacted

During the 2014 Legislative session, the Maryland General Assembly enacted a law eliminating strict liability for injuries and damages caused by dogs. Under the new Law, which became effective April 8, 2014, the owner of any breed of dog will be liable for any injury or death unless it can be shown that the dog owner did not know or have reason to know that the dog had a vicious or dangerous propensities. (House Bill 73/ Chapter 49.)

Quail Valley Documents Amendments

The Board of Directors would like to thank the Community in passing the amendments.
They have worked diligently to gain the community's support for a series of very important document amendments that will help improve the community.

The Amendments were passed and filed.       Please review the  Document Amendments and help your community achieve its goals!

This is the homeowners site for the Quail Valley Community.  If you want to see account information(violation, account balance, architectural change) visit The Management Group

Architectural Control Committee (ACC)
The primary activity of the Quail Valley Board of Directors and Architectural Control Committee (ACC) is to implement the provisions outlined in the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions for Quail Valley.   In addition management provides oversight to potential violations of other Articles of the Declaration, such as failure to maintain the exterior of the house or landscaping. 

Any homeowner who believes there is a violation of one of the provisions of the Declaration may contact the community association manager. The association manager will review the complaint to determine if any action is required and, if appropriate, management will contact the homeowner in writing to inform them of the violation. The initial letter will request compliance within a reasonable amount of time. If no response is received, management will send a second letter advising action on their part is required immediately. After reviewing any responses from the homeowner, or the lack thereof, management will then forward the information to the Board of Directors for a scheduled hearing.

HOA Board Meetings

Board of Directors Meetings are scheduled on the third Thursday of each month at the the community center on 18701 Quail Valley Blvd at 7:00 pm.

All homeowners are welcome and encouraged to attend the meetings.

Beware of Contractors Soliciting in the Neighborhood

Please note all solicitors are trespassing on private property and to make management aware by sending an email to QVHOA@COMSOURCE.COM

Rat problems 

        If you suspect that there are rats on your property or an adjacent property, call the Licensure & Regulatory Services section at 240-777-3986.  If rat problems are found, the owner of the property or tenant is given written notice of what the inspection found and outlines what is required to eliminate the problem.  A specific time frame for correcting the problem is  established.  Licensure and Regulatory Services 


Recent Announcements


  • Friendly Reminder

    Pet owners remember it is your responsibility to prevent pets from running loose and to remove pet excrement immediately. Let’s keep the commons green!

    Posted Sep 19, 2012, 11:06 AM by Quail Valley HOA
  • Green Back to School Tips

    1. Before going back-to-school shopping for supplies, take an inventory of what you already have and craft a shopping list of PVC-free school supplies that are really needed.

    2. If your child takes lunch to school, try packing food in reusable containers. Instead of disposable utensils, try packing bamboo cutlery.

    3. Pack fruits and vegetables that are in season, paying particular attention to which foods have high uses of pesticides, and make sure to include plenty of different colors and tastes!

    4. Whether your child prefers aluminum or plastic, reusable BPA-free water bottles can be an eco-friendly alternative.

    5. Growing kids need new clothes pretty often, and throwing away old duds is a huge waste. Why not organize a neighborhood clothing swap, or donate old clothes to Goodwill? Replace these pieces with affordable, eco-friendly styles.

    Posted Sep 19, 2012, 11:00 AM by Quail Valley HOA
  • No Firelane Parking

    Parking in the fire lanes has jumped onto the headlines of the Quill because of a recent neighborhood house fire.  Emergency Services could not get by the cars parked along the fire lane in the court.  Fortunately no one was hurt – this time.  

    The Fire and Rescue Department appreciates the voluntary compliance by all residents and visitors with the fire lane markings.  Because of the recent incident, please be aware that parking in the fire lane at any time is a risk and offending vehicle can be immediately towed or the owner fined $250 per occurrence.

    If you see a fire lane parking infraction, please contact the Police non-emergency line at 301-279-8000. If you have questions as to why a “Fire Lane” sign is posted, please contact Assistant Fire Marshal, Marie

    LaBaw at 240-773-8917 or marie.labaw@montgomerycountymd.gov.

    A full copy of the Montgomery County Parking Code is available through the County’s site:


    Posted Sep 19, 2012, 10:58 AM by Quail Valley HOA
  • Social Committee - Looking for Members

    The Quail Valley Social Committee is looking for ideas to plan for the community. Residents are encouraged to join and contribute their ideas. You are always welcome to stop by our monthly meeting on the third Thursday of every month at 7:00 pm in the pool house or drop off any ideas at the onsite managers office attached to the clubhouse on 18701 Quail Valley Blvd.

    Posted Sep 19, 2012, 11:09 AM by Quail Valley HOA
  • Neighbor Watch - Looking for Volunteers
    Earlier this year the Board of Directors brought back to life the Neighborhood Watch Program supported by Montgomery County Department of Police. The Neighborhood Watch Group is looking for volunteers for each street within the community. If you are interested, please email hdiaz@comsource.com, noting your interest.   We already have signs posted, now let's make our neighborhood safer place.

    Posted Sep 19, 2012, 11:10 AM by Quail Valley HOA
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