Welcome to Carderock Springs
Carderock Springs is a vibrant community located in Bethesda, Maryland, featuring distinctive modern architecture, a mature green landscape, and a community spirit where residents know each other, support our top-performing local schools, and connect with a variety of social activities. Summers are always active at our Clubhouse and Swim & Tennis Club.
Carderock Springs appears on the National Register of Historic Places as a prime example of Mid-Century Modern/Situated Modernism Architecture — a style where modern houses complement and blend in with the natural landscape. Opened in 1962, it's long been featured in consumer and professional publications as an excellent example of both modern design and environmental stewardship.
If you're modifying the exterior of your home, you'll need approval from the Architectural Review Committee, which has ARC Design Guidelines. Covenants govern all properties. Because the natural environment is so integral to the neighborhood's appeal, we also have Tree Removal Guidelines.
Zoom Meeting on the Beltway issues held on May 31.
Over 80 neighbors participated in our annual meeting which featured a presentation on the Beltway widening proposal and a question and answer session with County Executive Marc Elrich, County Councilmember Andrew Friedson, State Senator Susan Lee, and State Delegates Sara Love and Marc Korman.
It's time to pay your 2020 CSCA dues...
You can pay the $50-per-household CSCA dues by check or online. Your dues support critical activities like architectural review, coordination of community response to development issues, and community social events. See how to pay here.
...and update your Carderock Springs Directory Listing
New to the community? New members of your household? New email address? Launched your adult kids into their own homes (congrats!)? Update your directory listing now. See how here.
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As our community continues to deal with the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic, most of Carderock's in-person social events have been cancelled.
But a variety of virtual and socially distanced activities are going on. Watch the CSCA newsletter and the community chat to learn about upcoming events.