The DACA Annual Meeting
Thursday, June 6, 2019, 7:30 pm
Boy Scout Building at DFRC
Please come to meet your neighbors and your elected representatives in local government and learn what is happening in your community. Invited guests/speakers are State Senator Ed Reilly and County Executive Steuart Pittman. William Burris, Environmental Restoration Program Manager for Joint Base Andrews, will present the Air Force Update on
Environmental Remediation of Groundwater at the Davidsonville Transmitter Annex to inform the community on the status of the environmental clean-up north of Route 50.
(The all-volunteer DACA Board has openings. Interested in volunteering? Want to learn more? Get in touch via the Contact Us form.
The Monthly Meeting
Unless otherwise noted, DACA holds a monthly board meeting on the first Thursday of the month in the Ford Hall building at the Davidsonville Family Recreation Center, which is located at 3789 Queen Anne Bridge Road.
Board meetings are open to DACA members and guests. (As our conference room is small, we request that you let us know of your or your group's plans to attend in case a larger venue is required.)
Members who want to add a topic to the meeting agenda are asked to submit their request at least 48 hours in advance by emaiing firstname.lastname@example.org or completing the form on the Contact Us page.
The Davidsonville Area Civic Association is a volunteer-run membership organization comprised of people who live in scenic Davidsonville, Maryland, a 30-square-mile residential and agricultural community in southern Anne Arundel County. Residents of Davidsonville (population: 8,200) enjoy the combined benefits of living in a relaxed, rural setting that features quality parks, schools and community sports with the convenience of being located near the Maryland state capital of Annapolis, the waters of the South River and Chesapeake Bay, and the cities of Baltimore and Washington, D.C.