As our community of 126 homes enters its fourth decade of existence, Timberlawn’s beauty, neighborly appeal and location continue to make it a sought after community in North Bethesda.
The Timberlawn Homeowners Association (“THOA”) board intends to use this community website as the primary method of communicating with all unit owners and residents.  This will provide more timely, improved communications and at a time that is convenient for you.

Web Site Last Updated on 6/15/2021.
Montgomery County Streambed Improvement on 6/14/2021
Here is a link to the Montgomery County presentation shared at our 6/14/2021 Community meeting.

Proposed Bylaws and Covenants changes
Dear Timberlawn Homeowner,
A special Board Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, July 13th to vote on the proposed changes.  All proxy votes/forms are due by June 12th.  In order to achieve a quorum, we will need 60% community participation.
Registered community members, please check for updates and the Zoom link here on the THOA website.
The Timberlawn HOA Board: Pat Tessler, Scott Davies, Scott Smith, Betty Romero, Susan Bender, Andy Stadnick, and Madeline Heeren

Woodward High School
For background on the Woodward High School Project click on this link.
As part of a plan to demolish the current school building on that site and build a new and expanded high school, which we support, the Montgomery County Public Schools ("MCPS") is considering building a stadium/garage.
We have been working with four other homeowner association communities along Edson Lane to oppose only the stadium (not the fields), preserve the Forest, and save money at a time when MCPS and the County as a whole are facing enormous fiscal challenges. 
We ask that you support our efforts by sending an e-mail (sample below)
County Councilmembers at County.Council@MontgomeryCountyMD.gov, and to the
Board of Education at boe@mcpsmd.org
Subject: Woodward HS - Stadium 

Dear County Executive Marc Elrich; County Council President Katz and Other Members of the Montgomery County Council; and Board of Education President Evans and Other Members of the Montgomery County Board of Education:
Vote no to the building of a stadium for the new Charles W. Woodward High School Reopening and Expansion Project.  The stadium would destroy the Edson Lane Forest,  a precious and irreplaceable environmental resource and wildlife habitat.

In addition, Montgomery County must carefully review how this stadium realistically fits into the County’s quest for excellence in education.


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THOA Board Meetings
Dear Timberlawn Homeowner,
As required by Montgomery County law, we are notifying you of upcoming Timberlawn Homeowner’s Association Board meetings, which are open to all of our community members.
Due to COVID restrictions, all meetings for 2021 will be held virtually via Zoom at 7:00 pm until further notice.
The proposed dates are as follows:  JULY 13; SEPTEMBER 14; NOVEMBER 9
Please be advised that dates and times are subject to change. Check here for updates and the Zoom link

Pembrooke / Pool or Tennis Court Questions?
Please contact Sandy Budock @ 301-941-8040.

PEPCO Offering Free Trees
Pepco is offering free trees to help homeowners lower energy bills.  For more information click here.

Streambed Renovation Update
Here is the latest information on our anticipated Grosvenor/Luxmanor Tributary Stream Restoration Project from Montgomery County.

Request by Mo Co for deer in our Community
Find a Fawn in our community? Mo Co needs your help!
Please don’t touch!  Call the Montgomery Parks  Wildlife Ecology Unit @  301-962-1352 or 301-962-1353  Click here for more details.

Tree Removal Process
Montgomery County (MoCo) and the THOA Board require prior approval for removal of healthy hardwood trees > 6" in diameter (please provide Mo Co approval to the board).  If the hardwood tree is diseased  (please provide the board a tree expert confirmation and picture) then the tree can be removed upon board approval.  Prior approval is not required for softwood trees (such as a pine tree).  If < 6” any tree can be removed without prior approval. 
Finally, stump removal is the final step of the tree removal process and is required.

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