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Welcome Home to Hollybrooke!

We are a vibrant community of tree lined streets and beautiful homes in Derwood, Maryland. Formally known as Derwood Station South Home Owner's Association, or DSS HOA, Hollybrooke is home to 231 families.

Board elections are coming up. Please remember to vote when you receive your ballot. Thank you.

Ice Cream Social:  Saturday, June 22 (rain date June 23) Time: TBD at the Tot Lot. Come celebrate the beginning of summer with free ice cream, along with all 3 HOAs.

Community
News

In Hollybrooke, we strive to create a sense of community and provide our members with news and updates about the neighborhood. We are here to serve our homeowners and make sure that everyone is informed and up-to-date on the latest happenings.

We provide a page on our website dedicated to news and updates about the community, as well as regular meetings and newsletters. Join us and become part of the Hollybrooke family.

AERC Application and Info

The AERC (Architectural and Environmental Review Committee), is one of the Association’s Standing Committees. The responsibility of the AERC is to maintain the beauty of the neighborhood through community guidelines, an application for change process, and member communications. The guidelines and application forms can be found on the AERC page, from MTM, or from the HOA directly.

HOA
Board

Hollybrooke is overseen by the volunteer, elected Homeowners Association Board. Board members serve two-year terms with alternating starting years. MTM Management Associates, a professional management company handles our business affairs.

The HOA's board meets periodically at 7 pm, on Zoom (until further notice). You are welcome to attend and share your observations and ask questions of the board.

Next Board Meeting: Tuesday, June 18 at 7pm (via Zoom) - to request an invite, send an email to hoa@hollybrookehoa.org.                         

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ABOUT US

We’re nestled in-between parkland and the suburban amenities of Montgomery County. We’re around the corner from the Shady Grove Metro Station—some residents walk there—giving us easy access to Washington, D.C. We’re bordered by Rock Creek Regional Park, which offers scenic hiking/biking trails and boating on picturesque Lake Needwood. Shopping and dining opportunities abound just a few minutes away in Rockville and along the Rio Lakefront. Our community feeds into stellar public schools, College Gardens Elementary, Julius West Middle, and Richard Montgomery High School.

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