Here follow frequently asked questions and answers about the Violetville Community Association and Violetville in general:
Q: Who is eligible for membership in the VCA?
A: Membership in the Violetville Community Association is open to all residents of Violetville. People who own property in Violetville but do not reside in Violetville may also join.
Q: When are VCA meetings?
A: Meetings are held the 1st Wednesday of the month at 7 PM in the recreation center at Violetville Elementary School. Note that meetings do NOT take place during the summer months.
Q: I would like to support my community. How do I join the VCA?
A: To join, either attend a meeting to sign up in person (held the 1st Wednesday of every month) or mail your membership form (found in The VCA News) and dues (dues described below) to:
Violetville Community Association, Inc.
P.O. Box 7348
Baltimore, MD 21227
Q: How much are VCA Membership Dues?
A: Dues are paid yearly, with a cost of $8 for an individual membership and $10 for a household membership.
Q: How does recycling work?
A: Both paper and cans/bottles are collected at curbside in Violetville, but they are collected on different days of the month.
Both types of recyclables should be collected in paper bags or blue grocery shopping bags. Alternatively, place recyclables in a lidless bin that is marked "recycling" or has the recycling symbol on the side. Paper recycling is picked up for recycling on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month. Cans/bottles are picked up on the 2nd and 4th Mondays of the month When a Holiday occurs on a scheduled recycling day, recycling will not be picked up.
Sound too complicated to remember? Instead, check the Violetville calendar for recycling days.
Q: How are VCA officers elected?
A: Officers are nominated at the November VCA meeting and elected at the December meeting. All VCA members who are present at the December meeting may vote.
Q: How can I solve a dispute between myself and a neighbor?
A: Please see the excellent advice at this site, which is sponsered by the Peoples Law Library of Maryland: Solving Disputes