Belair Town II Townhouse Association was established in 1969 in Bowie, MD.  The association consists of 150 town houses which are privately owned.

The entrance to Belair Town II Townhomes are off Race Track Road, near the intersection of Race Track Road and Annapolis Road (Route 450).

  • Belair Town II is within walking distance of Hilltop Shopping Center and Freestate Shopping Center.  It is less than 1 mile away from construction of a large new open shopping area (previously a mall), and only 3 miles from Bowie Town Center.  Bowie’s sister city, Crofton, is a short drive away and offers further dining and retail options.
  • Belair Town II is currently districted for Yorktown Elementary School (K-5), Samuel Ogle Middle School (6-8), and Bowie High School (9-12).  It is conveniently located within 4 miles of Bowie State University.
  • Belair Town II is public transit accessible by Metro Bus, and access to MARC trains (Penn Line to Baltimore or Washington, DC) is approximately a 10 minute drive.  Free parking is available at the MARC station.
  • Belair Town II receives public water and sewage service, as well as trash, recycle, and yard waste pickup.

For further details regarding waste schedules, parking and towing, and other vital information, please browse our site navigation to the left of this message.



When: January 3, 2023

Where: Kenhill Community Center; Room 125

Time: 7:15 pm

There will be no February or March meeting. If you have an issue or concern, please email at belairtownii@aol.com


The Belair Town II HOA is in need of volunteers to empty the poop cans. It is time for new members to step up and relieve those who have been performing this task for years and years. The poop cans serve an important function for dog owners, as well as, a way to keep our community clean and healthy. Dog owner or not, you can make a significant contribution to the community by emptying just one can when full. There are approximately nine poop cans from which to choose and some get more business than others. If you want to be a volunteer, please email the HOA at belairtownii@aol.com Thanks so much!

Joan Ntoko, President

Belair Town II HOA


Dear Members of the Belair Town II Homeowners Association:

You will soon be receiving a notice in the mail regarding the General Meeting of the HOA on Monday, September 26, 2022. The purpose of the meeting is to elect positions for the Board of Directors for the coming year.


The current Board consists of only three people, two of whom will be retiring this year. Generally, there are five members that comprise the Board. We are required by law to have a functioning Board of Directors who can continue to provide basic services to the community such as landscaping services. Please do your part for your community.

HOA Board Treasurer

The members of the Board of Directors of the HOA of Belair town II would like to recognize the service of Diane Arch to the community. Diane acted as Treasurer on the Board for several years and, in that capacity, provided dedicated and reliable service giving many hours of her time. When the demands of the job necessitated that Diane resign from her position on the Board, she continued to assist in handling the finances since we have been unsuccessful in finding a volunteer to fill the need. Diane has announced that due to other demands on her time, she will no longer continue to assist us. We are very grateful for the many years of dedicated service Diane has given the community and wish her luck in her future endeavors.

Reminder: Submit your VOTE for Dues Increase!

In light of the recent weather event that left several trees down in our community as well as increased costs to maintain the community, the Belair Town II Board of Directors is recommending a 25% ($58.00) increase in dues for the upcoming year, which are consistent with our by-laws.  That would bring the new dues rate to $291.00 each year.

Deadline: Mail-in your vote no later than Friday, September 2nd.

Landscaping Work

Landscape work will occur between August 16-18 to address fallen limbs and the broken fence near the parking spaces on Marquette Lane bordering Hilltop plaza. All vehicles must be removed from the parking spaces during that time period. Thank you for your cooperation regarding this matter.