About Us


Longford Community Association Board of Directors

  • President:  (open June 2016)
  • Vice President:  Bill McNamara
  • Treasurer: Bill Mantler
  • Communications: Kathy Obbagy


The original Longford/Thornleigh covenants were established in 1959. Since then, Longford has always been a great neighborhood and a great place to raise a family. It is our goal as a community association to continue this tradition. The Longford Community Association (LCA) is made up of volunteers from our neighborhood. In order for Longford to be the great neighborhood that it is, we depend on volunteers and dues paying neighbors. Dues are $30 and are due on November 1st each year. The dues are used to maintain an active community association and provide things like the luminaries at Christmas, the annual block party, the Halloween party, the no solicitation signs, and many other things.

Please make checks payable to the Longford Community Association. They can be mailed or dropped off to our treasurer, Bill Mantler, at 914 Jamieson Rd.

We hope all of you enjoy being part of the Longford Community. Active, dues paying neighbors are a large part of what makes this neighborhood great!

Longford is a wonderful neighborhood located in Lutherville, Maryland (21093), a suburb of Baltimore. We are bordered by W. Seminary Ave and Thornton Rd. Longford is home to 200 families. It is in the Baltimore County Public School District. Our public schools are Riderwood Elementary School, Ridgely Middle School, and Dulaney High School. Longford is a covenant neighborhood.

The original housing styles consist of 4 models: 3 and 4 bedroom colonials, 3 and 4 bedroom split levels, 3 and  4 bedroom ranchers, and 4 bedroom raised ranchers.

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