The striping company will be back on July 20th to complete the striping. All cars must be moved from spaces that haven’t been striped. Towing will be at the car owners expense. Thanks for your cooperation.

A HUGE Thank-You to Our Volunteers: Community Beautification Day

The Belair Town II Board of Directors would like to thank the following residents who volunteered their time and energy to help clean up our community on April 23, 2022: Susie R, Gail R, Judy M, Aletheia E, Nathaniel E, Maureen M, Candice H, Joanne R, and Joan N. We truly appreciate your willingness to serve.


Board of Directors Resignation

Dear Belair Town II Community,

The members of the Board of Directors of the HOA are sad to announce the resignation of our president, Gene Simmons. Gene is unable to continue to provide service to the Board because of an increase in the scope of his job.

We all, members of the Board and the community at large, owe a great debt of gratitude for the ten years of dedicated service that Gene provided. So much of the time and effort that Gene donated to the community was not always visible. He took on many responsibilities that were essential to keeping the community safe and supported. His competent and positive leadership will be missed.

When a Board position opens, the Board has the authority to appoint a new member. We encourage anyone to inquire about volunteering or to apply for a position on the Board by contacting the Board through the following email:

Board of Directors
Belair Town II Townhouse Association, Inc

Single Family Home Rehabilitation Grant

Apply for a Single Family Housing Rehab Grant

The Single Family Housing Rehabilitation Program is a federally-funded grant program that provides financial assistance to single-family homeowners with limited financial means. The purpose of the grant is to provide energy efficiency related upgrades and repairs to correct hazardous conditions, repair or replace major systems, correct interior and exterior deficiencies, make energy improvements, modifications for persons with disabilities and eliminate lead based paint hazards. 

To be eligible to participate, the applicant must be of low to moderate income and be the legal owner and full time resident of a property located within the incorporated boundaries of the City of Bowie. The maximum grant fund per household is $10,000. Prior grant recipients within the previous 10 years are ineligible to apply. 

This program will provide energy audits and energy efficiency rehabilitation to all low to moderate income households, with a focus on seniors, veterans, disabled homeowners, emergency responders and teachers. 

Applicants must provide income and asset verification. Additional federal requirements apply. For more information, contact the City’s Office of Grant Development and Administration at 301-809-3051 or

Read program details and download application