welcome letter from our president
Woodmore is a dynamic community that is well positioned for the future. As we develop the vision for Woodmore's future, we celebrate its past, and embrace the present. Woodmore's Board of Directors is guided by the concept of stewardship. We understand that our decisions today will have a lasting impact on tomorrow and so each decision that impacts the community must be carefully considered. The Woodmore board and various committees are working diligently to provide residents and future generations an outstanding quality of life. The theme that motivates and guides this administration is "Preservation and Progress" - preservation of all that makes Woodmore special and progress in meeting the needs of the community. As residents of the premiere community in Prince George’s County, I encourage you to embrace the unique opportunities
for entertainment, recreation and dining that our community has to offer.
Thank you for taking the time to visit the new Woodmore website. The website has been re-designed to meet the needs of our community by providing accurate and up-to-date information to you, the Woodmore homeowner. The website will also be used by the Woodmore Board to encourage our members to become actively involved in our community by joining at least one of the committees that exist to serve and improve our lifestyle. Active committee participation by members of our community will continue a long tradition of community service and socially responsible practices. I also believe that homeowner involvement in our community will contribute to, and help you discover, the vibrant culture that is Woodmore.
Please do not hesitate to contact any member of the Woodmore board, as we remain committed to working in partnership with you and our community members. As we remain involved in our projects and make meaningful contributions. Again, thank you for visiting our website and welcome to the Woodmore community.
James Davis, President
Pleasant Prospect Homeowner's Association, Inc. t/a Woodmore