For hurricane-readiness info, click on the following site (or copy and paste into your browser) for the Patuxent River Naval Air Station:


Office Hours

Tuesdays from 2:00 - 7:00

Wednesday through Friday from 8:00 - 3:00

Phone - 410-326-6148

E-mail - office@dppoa.org 

General Membership Meeting

2019 Schedule

The date of the September meeting of the

General Membership will be posted shortly.

It will also be held on a Tuesday evening

at the Drum Point Club.

Click the links below to view other websites and items of interest to

Drum Point owners and residents

Board and Committee meetings are held at the

DPPOA office - 401 Lake Drive (unless otherwise posted)

​​Next Board Meeting

7:00 p.m. Tuesday August 6, 2019

Entrance Sign at Barreda Boulevard

​​Drum Point Lighthouse

FY 2020 Budget -

approved by the Membership during the June meeting



Naval Air Station Patuxent River

For information on noise advisories at Pax, call 866-819-9028.​

Drum Point Property Owners' Association

Drum Point Community Beach  

Freshly raked and cleaned January 2019

​​​​​​Give a Book, Take a Book Library*

Remember to check out the library box in the yard at the DPPOA office.  Come take a look.  Take a book or two and leave a book or two.  ​Please pass the word along to your friends and neighbors.​

 *While we appreciate donations of books, please keep in mind that this is a small library and cannot hold large quantities of books.  The Calvert County Library (Shopping center in Solomon's) and SMILE (located on H. G. Trueman Road) accept donations of books.

Our new footbridge on Surf Street - Thank you Chris Boyles


Click on the following links to view the map of the proposed six-year paving schedule and estimated costs per year.



Please use the form below to provide contact information for yourself as a new property owner or as a realtor for your client.  Return to the Association office at 401 Lake Drive or via email at office@dppoa.org

Fish Kill in Lake Charming

Updated Info - Click on the link

Thanks to all who sent messages regarding the recent fish kill in Lake Charming (just above the Bay Drive Causeway).  

The issue was reported to the Maryland Department of the Environment by at least one resident, and MDE responded immediately.  A representative conducted a number of tests and determined the cause to be an algae bloom.  The algae acts to remove oxygen from the water, hence the end result of a fish kill.

While it is unpleasant to look at and smell, it presents no danger.  It's also been reported that the vultures have arrived to conduct a cleanup - for that we are grateful.

Thanks to all who reported this to the office and to MDE.