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.

Can Maryland Afford the Maglev Train?

How can a Marylander know the status of our state's infrastructure? How can anyone know that their legislators and governing staffs are spending tax revenues prudently?

Consider the fate of other states, like Texas during an unusual winter storm, or like Flint, Michigan with aging water pipes, or like Florida with sewage overflowing into its waterways. Could these devastating events happen in Maryland?

Pick Up After Your Pet

It’s more than being neighborly - pet waste contains bacteria and other pathogens. In fact, just 1 gram of pet waste contains an average of 23 million fecal coliform bacteria. Large amounts of fecal bacteria in a stream indicate an increased risk of pathogen-induced illness. Gastrointestinal, respiratory, eye, ear, nose, throat, and skin Infections can result from contaminated water. This is one reason it’s not safe to enter water right after a rain. Children should avoid playing around the storm water management ponds.


Fuel Fund of Maryland

The Fuel Fund of Maryland depends on the generosity of many individuals, companies, foundations, organizations and religious institutions to provide financial and educational assistance and resources to more than 7,200 central Maryland households who are struggling with their utility bills in times of crisis.  Your gift truly creates a brighter (and stronger) community.

Make Your Own Gift to Support the Fuel Fund of Maryland


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.