Dickeyville Community Association
Welcome! Dickeyville is a National Register of Historic Places-listed community; a mill village that was born in the early 19th century, nestled against the Gwynn Falls and many acres of woods on the western edge of Baltimore. We hope that this site encourages you to visit. You may find Dickeyville as charming as we do.
Mel Currie, DCA President 2016
President – Dr. Mel Currie (2016)
Mel and wife Shirley moved to Dickeyville in 1992 when their daughter Petra was five months old. For many years I led the Stream Clean-up Activity, before passing it to a younger neighbor, who feels good about strapping on waders and fighting the current. Presently, I am a member of the committee that puts together the Dickeyville Lecture Series. In a process that remains shrouded in mystery, I became President of the Dickeyville Community Association in 2016. Mel can be reached at DCA.president [at] gmail [dot] com
Vice President – Mr. Duncan Hodge
Duncan Hodge, moved to Dickeyville 2008, served on Architectural Committee 2011- present. Objective: to provide support to Mel Currie, the president, in any way I can, and be his substitute when necessary. I was known as “the voice of reason”, on the condo board of our previous home. I appreciate being a part of this unique community, and want to help to keep it thriving. Contact: duncanhodge1[at] gmail [dot] com
Treasurer – Dr. Leslie Greenwald
Secretary – Ms. Melanie Crawford
Ex-Officio – Dr. Libby Sfekas
July 4th Chairs for 2016 – Ms. Karen Langenberg & Mr. Jack Hoagland
The Dickeyville Community Association has the following standing committees; Architectural; Archives; Hospitality; Planning, Zoning & Maintenance; Public Works; Security; Streams; and Town Crier. For further information, please see the Standing Committees page.
DCA Official Documents
Further information on the DCA is available below.
- Click for Dickeyville By Laws
- Click for Dickeyville Policy and Procedures
- Click for DCA Dues information
- Click for Architectural Details page
Last updated: September 7, 2016 at 11:40 am