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Official Website of the Northwood-Four Corners Civic Association in Silver Spring, Maryland

★ WEDNESDAY, 14 DECEMBER 2022 MEETING | 7:30 P.M. ★

Our December meeting will be held in person at Forest Knolls Elementary School (10830 Eastwood Avenue, just off Caddington Avenue).  For those who cannot attend, the meeting also will be accessible via Zoom (check back for link).  WE HOPE YOU WILL JOIN US AND PARTICIPATE!

WELCOME

You’ve come to the official website of the Northwood-Four Corners Civic Association of Silver Spring, Maryland, U.S.A., representing the residents in North Four Corners, Northwood Park, and Forest Knolls.  Thanks for visiting our website, newly redesigned in 2022.

About the NFCCA

The NFCCA seeks to represent the interests of every resident in its territory.  The Association covers approximately 1,485 single-family homes (plus 121 apartments at The Oaks) in the North Four Corners area of Silver Spring.  Click on the links above to learn more about:

NFCCA MEETINGS

The Northwood-Four Corners Civic Association conducts general association meetings five times a year — October, December, February, April, and June — on the second Wednesday of the month.  In addition to providing NFCCA information, our meetings feature outside speakers who are invited to address neighborhood topics of interest.  Minutes from past meetings are posted on this website.

Only paid members of the NFCCA are eligible to vote on issues or for board members, although anyone in the neighborhood is invited — nay, encouraged! — to attend all of our meetings, whether they are held online or in person.  To join the NFCCA, annual dues are now $15 per household and may be delivered or mailed to the Treasurer, paid at any of the five meetings (if held in person), or paid online.


REMEMBER

FIREWORKS ARE ILLEGAL IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY
In Maryland, private use and possession of fireworks, including sparklers, is illegal and carries a $500 fine.

RECUERDE

LOS FUEGOS ARTIFICIALES SON ILEGALES EN EL CONDADO DE MONTGOMERY
En Maryland, el uso privado y la posesiĆ³n de fuegos artificiales, incluidas las bengalas, es ilegal y conlleva una multa de $500.