About The FCA
This is a community-based organization focused on serving residents in the Freeland, Parkton, and Millers areas of northern Baltimore County, MD. Our mission is dedicated to promoting and preserving a rural quality of life in Freeland and surrounding areas. Topical initiatives include, but are not limited to, land use & zoning, traffic, law enforcement, as well as local history. Founded in 1981, this association has been intimately involved and concerned with the development of the area.
What We Do
A major concern of the FCA is land use and zoning. If a property is zoned as Agricultural, the FCA takes steps to ensure that the property stays as such, thereby protecting the rural way of life in the Freeland area. Often, housing and commercial developers attempt to petition to re-zone agricultural lands so that they can build upon them. The FCA has been actively involved in court cases and rally community support to ensure that nothing is built that is unwanted. In addition, the FCA keeps tabs on the happenings and potential projects of the State Highway Administration to ensure that transportation projects do not threaten our rural community (these include new/remodeled bridges, new highway lanes, public transportation, etc.). The FCA is also actively involved in educating the community about Freeland's local history. Keep watch on our Facebook page or Events section for upcoming opportunities to learn about Freeland or join in our cause!
Click the links below to find out information about your property zoning and zoning hearings: