Welcome to Cape Windsor Community Association Community Site
Cape Windsor is an established private waterfront community consisting of 250 properties, located on Big Assawoman Bay adjoining the Southerly most border of the States of Delaware and Maryland. The community adjoins and is accessed via DE State Route #54 and is just 1.5 miles from the Atlantic Ocean and 2 miles from Ocean City Maryland.
This community which was developed 40+ years ago by the Tate family and Great Eastern Development Corporation started out as a mobile home park and has been rezoned R1 consists of mobile/modular homes as well as 2 and 3 story homes developed in conjunction with the zoning change. The amenities offered to the residents include community maintained private pool, private boat ramp, small beach area for fishing, crabbing or just enjoying an afternoon of fun with family. Each residential property is privately owned, and the majority have bulk headed lots on large 90’ lagoons which lead out to Big Assawoman Bay which is just perfect for a day of sailing, cruising, fishing, tubing or just enjoying the bay.
After the storm on Tuesday, a number of homeowners are missing either a trash bin or recycle bin. Every homeowner is entitled to one trash bin and one recycle bin provided by Republic Services; unless a homeowner has requested and paid for extra bins through the Cape Windsor Board
If you acquired an extra container as a result of the storm or by any other means and not paid for it, please return the bin/s on Sunday 8/9. Place them close to the building outside of the pool area and a Board member will redistribute.
Each homeowner is asked to secure and to place their address on the two containers you have been allocated.
Pets – Ongoing Problem
The Board receives complaints weekly regarding pets. Remember, it is the law to leash your pet when outside of your property.
Listed are the complaints received:
- Pet waste not being picked up.
- Pets being walked on neighbors’ lawns and allowed to go to the bathroom, killing grass and leaving waste. Corner lots on Old Rt. 54 are private property, therefore no pets.
- Pets not leashed when walking outside of the owner’s property.
- Cats roaming freely, they also need to be leashed or kept inside the owner’s home. Reports of two attacks to small dogs have been received from a cat not managed by the owner.
- Constant barking of dog’s day and night
Animal Control and Cruelty Violations
To file complaints use the following link to the Office of Animal Welfare
There are no upcoming events.