Our community website was developed to serve as an informative resource for both our neighborhood and our local community. This is your website! Please feel free to contact us with your comments and suggestions. This is the only official Website of the Kingsport Community Association (KCA).
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Did you know that you can submit calendar events to be displayed on the Kingsport web page? Just select "Calendar" from the menu at the left side of this page and then select "Submit a New Event" at the top of the page. Once you fill out the form it will go to the web master for approval and be displayed on the web page.
Kingsport residents are reminded that section 7.4 of our Homeowners Association Constitution provides the procedures for the consideration by the Design Review Committee of applications for approval of improvements to the exterior of our homes and surrounding landscapes and structures.
The Refuse Pickup Schedule for 2017 has been published by the Annapolis City DPW. It can be found at this link: 2017 Schedule
TheKingsport Book Clubmeets the first Monday of every month from September to June.
Book Club - Headed by Cheryl Parrella (firstname.lastname@example.org), meets monthly on the first Monday of the month. Meeting location rotates among the members. New members are welcome! Please visit the book club web page at http://sites.google.com/site/kingsportbookclub
Any suspicious activity you observe in our neighborhood can and should be reported to the Annapolis Police Department at
Dial 911 for immediate assistance in life-threatening situations.
We encourage citizens to call the police if you see suspicious activity in your neighborhood. Suspicious activity is activity that is unusual for your community, the time of day, or season. If you see someone walking through your neighborhood in the middle of the night, they might be up to no good, and we need to come out right away. Don’t wait until the morning to call us because if you do, they will be long gone. Please talk to your neighbors about this topic so they can join us in preventing these crimes. Report suspicious activity immediately by calling 9-1-1
For non-emergencies you can also reach us 24 hours a day at 410-268-4141
Residents can sign up to receive police department daily reports by going to www.annapolis.gov/police. Register to start receiving daily reports and other city news. There is also an interactive crime map on our website. You can use it to sign up for crime alerts based on a location.
Download our new mobile app, available for Apple and Android smart phones. This free app allows you to receive real-time alerts and immediate access to the latest police department news, crime maps, and social media accounts. Simply search “Annapolis Police Department” in the Apple App Store or Google Marketplace.