Kentlands is one of the first and among the most successful communities developed using design and planning techniques known as "neo-traditional" and generally falls under the rubric of New Urbanism.  New urbanism is the concept of building from scratch a walk-able, mixed use city neighborhood or new town that provides an attractive alternative to the spread out, auto-centric, subdivisions common to post World War II suburban America. 
Kentlands is divided into several districts, including "Old Farm", built around the historic mansion and the Kentlands Village Square; "Gatehouse", named after the farm's entry gatehouse, which has been reconstructed; the "Hill Districts"; the "Lakes Districts"; "Kentlands Bluff"; "Midtown/Main Street"; "Market Square"; and "Kentlands Square". The winding street layout is based on a grid pattern, varied as necessary by the requirements of Kentlands topography. Multiple open green spaces and pocket parks have been developed where land was available between the districts or in odd spaces near buildings and dwellings.
Attention Residents: 
In response to Governor Hogan's Stay-at-Home Order, starting at 8pm, March 30 the Clubhouse staff will no longer be on-site. The Clubhouse facilities will remain closed with the exception of the tennis courts until further notice. This closure includes access to the Clubhouse great room, fitness center, bathrooms, locker rooms, basketball court, playgrounds and tot lots and the Carriage House.
For general inquiries please send an email to clubhouse@kentlands.com. To reach a staff member directly regarding a specific issue, please go to "Contact Us" for an individual staff member's email.
The KCA Leadership thanks and appreciates your patience and understanding during this time.
Community Announcements
Pool Announcement 
Updated May 29, 2020
County Executive Mark Elrich announced Thursday, May 28 that the county is looking to slowly re-open and has approached phase 1.  Though the county is looking to modify its many closings, this phase does not allow pools to open. The KCA hopes in the near future Montgomery County will give a more certain and positive update regarding our pools. If pools are allowed to open in some capacity, the KCA Board of Trustees will make a decision based upon county guidelines. 
We are also working closely with our pool management vendor to ensure that procedures are not only in compliance but help keep residents safe. Things will definitely be different this season. Mostly, we look forward to opening. But, we will do so in a safe and logical manner. Patience is the mantra for 2020. Until then, we will keep residents up to date on this matter.  Thank you for your patience and we hope you continue to stay safe
Article from Kentlands Downtown Working Group (KDWG)
Updated May 22, 2020
Need an update on Kentlands local businesses or what is happening downtown? Be sure to read the KDWG's latest article.
Landscaping Services Update
Updated May 15, 2020
On May 20, 2020, (weather permitting), Community Landscape Services will be on the property to fertilize the turf. Once completed, we will post yellow notices in the appropriate locations. If you have any questions regarding this service, please contact your management representative. 
Service/Inspection on: TURF. Product used:  8 - 2 -2 Earthworks (Organic) 
Tennis Court Updates Starting May 8, 2020
The Kentlands tennis courts are open per state, county, and City regulations. Please make reservations by email at clubhouse@kentlands.com or leave a voicemail at 301-948-2071. Reservations are available Monday through Friday from 7am-9pm and weekends from 9am-9pm. Please use your KCA pass as usual to access the gates.
The basketball court, tot lots and Clubhouse remain closed until further notice. Residents are not allowed to use any other facility on site other than the tennis courts. If the City, county, or state changes its position with regard to tennis, we will close courts accordingly.
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Posted on Jan 1st, 2020
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