Snowden Pond at Montpelier is a small community of colonial homes nestled in a rural zone of Prince George’s County, south of Laurel, Maryland. It’s proximity to the Patuxent Wildlife Refuge and Beltsville Agriculture Research Center create the ambience of wooded country space, yet residents enjoy convenient access to three major metropolitan areas.

Place Live Christmas Trees at Curb for Pickup

2021 Christmas Tree Recycling

The Department of the Environment makes it easy for residents to recycle cut Christmas trees (no artificial trees) by offering convenient drop-off locations and curbside pickup. Due to the Christmas holiday, yard trim and Christmas tree collection will run from Monday, December 27, 2021 to Monday, January 31, 2022. Residents with yard trim collection may place their undecorated, unbagged, live Christmas trees at the curb by 6:00 AM on their regularly scheduled yard trim collection day. For more information, please call PGC311 or visit the DoE website here.  

Control Your Home's Temperature With Your Mobile Device

How to Get a Smart Thermostat Rebate

Reducing your energy use and saving money is easy with a smart thermostat. These Wi-Fi enabled devices learn your heating and cooling preferences and can automatically adjust your home’s temperature based on that learning. They also enable you to control your home’s temperature on the go using a mobile device. Installation is simple, and you can get a $75 rebate on select models. To be eligible for a $75 rebate, you must be a BGE residential customer and purchase a new, qualifying smart thermostat. Upon installation, the smart thermostat must control a system with electric or gas heating and/or central air conditioning. Limit three rebates per household.

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Good Neighbor Giving

The Water Fund

Please consider making a tax-deductible donation today to the Water Fund to help more neighbors have access to clean, safe water. The Water Fund is administered by The Salvation Army. Every dollar of your donation goes directly to local families who need financial assistance paying their water/sewer bills.

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HOA Communications

The source for all official HOA communications is through the U.S. Post Office from Sentry Management Company. For convenience, a member volunteer maintains this website with links to the Sentry Resident Portal and the unofficial Snowden Pond Facebook and Twitter accounts. Residents are encouraged to share photos and tweets with the understanding that privacy is not guaranteed when using the unofficial communication channels.