The Board of Directors is looking for volunteers for the Architectural Committee. If interested please contact the Community Manager, Leann.Miller@pmpbiz.com
NOTE: Yard Waste pickups will be every Wednesday beginning April 2nd and ending November 26th. Be sure to get all your yard waste out for removal.
Yard waste should only be in paper bags & consist of grass clippings and such.
2014 Annual Spring Inspections
Annual Spring Inspections were conducted on April 22, 2014. Some general items that are most commonly noted during inspections are shutters needing replaced or painted, numbers on the mailboxes missing or needing replaced, siding needing to be cleaned, trees to be trimmed, garage door and trims to be painted and general landscaping. Don't forget the areas around your sheds as well as maintaining the sheds themselves. There have been a few homes that are storing items behind their sheds which in turn does not get maintained. Now that the inspections have been conducted, you may receive a letter even if you are in the middle of completing the project. If you receive a letter, and will require more time, please send a request to your Community Manager for an extension. Ignoring the compliance letters can result in charges. If you have questions, please contact the Community Manager. Please be reminded that the Manager does not make the rules but is required to enforce them based on the Covenants set forth for Greenhill Manor.
Welcome to the Green Hill Manor Community Website.
Green Hill Manor is located in Adamstown, MD which is part of Frederick County. Our town was originally part of what was known as “Carrollton Manor” which was the land Charles Carroll, the last living signer of the declaration of independence, called his summer home. Our community features a variety of home styles built by Ausherman Homes and later by Drees Homes.
Here you will find information concerning; our community of home (HOA), local sports clubs and upcoming community events.
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Brief history of Adamstown
Adamstown was established around 1840 when the railroad was built. The town was named forAdamKohlenburgwho was a station agent as well as a local businessman in the community. At different points in its history, Adamstown was known as “Adamstown Junction” and “Adamsville.” In 1864 a civil war skirmish was fought here and the nearby Cooling Springs Farm was part of the Underground Railroad. In 1885, the first school (which is now the Adamstown Grange Hall) on Adams Street was built and in 1919 the Adamstown Bank (which is now a pizza sub shop on Mountville Road) opened. As of 1921, Adamstown had many amenities including grain elevators, a blacksmith shop, a carriage works, two garages, a general store (which is still in operation – Stup’s Market) , hardware store and the bank. The town also features a post office, a large community park as well as a community pavilion, which is owned and rented out by the Carroll Manor Fire department for community and private events.
In 2004 the Carrollton Manor Volunteer Coalition was created with the intent on unifying the community as a whole to address local issues. It was through the efforts of this coalition in 2006 that Eastalco donated almost 27 acres to be used for a proposed active recreation park. The park is now in the hands of Carroll Manor Recreation Council and they are in the process of bringing the dreams of this complex into reality. The future complex will house multipurpose fields to be used for baseball, soccer and other sports.