In 1986, Tantallon North was a small scattered community of about 100 homes.  Autumnwood Lane consisted of a distinct section of paved roadway separated by a metal barrier and a long section of unpaved dirt trail passable only by motorcycles and/or all -drive vehicles.  Othman Drive was a dead-end street with only a few houses completed.  Ishtar and Aten Streets each contained two complete houses and were basically dirt trails.  Construction of homes on Hazem Court and Othman Court was just in the beginnings stages.  Residents had many concerns about the slow pace of progress in such fundamental areas as street paving and street lighting.  Additionally, other services such as snow plowing, street cleaning and police patrols were either poor or non-existent.  In June 1986, a committee was formed to organize the Tantallon North  Area Civic Association.  That committee created and distributed a letter of interest to each of the approximate 100 houses in the area, inviting them to an organizational meeting at Harmony Hall Regional Center.  The agenda was specific and listed a number of area concerns.  A kickoff meeting was held as planned on July 15, 1986 beginning the Tantallon North Area Civic Association (TNACA).

As of January 2018, the Tantallon North Area has grown to approximately 500 homes.  Our boundaries include Flaim Lane to Syria Court on Fort Washington Road, Sero Estates Drive and intersecting streets, and Autumnwood Lane from Fort Washington Road to Braeburn Street.

The Tantallon North Area Civic Association  is an active and necessary organization continuing to provide volunteer assistance, leadership, and a community voice for its residents.

TNACA is involved with its community to address concerns of crime prevention, trash and leaf collection, street lighting, fire and road safety, scholarships, animal control, Neighborhood Watch, snow plowing, beautification, transportation issues, resident communications and other community and local government partnerships.

Monthly Meetings - 7:30 PM


Harmony Hall - Battersea Room - 10701 Livingston Road, Fort Washington, MD

January 22, 2019

February 26, 2019

March 26, 2019 

April 23, 2019 

May 28, 2019

June 25, 2019 

(July/August 2019 - Summer Break - No Meetings)

September 24, 2019

October 22, 2019

November 26, 2019

December 2019 - Christmas Holidays - No Meetings

* If Prince George's County Public Schools are closed for inclement weather on a scheduled meeting date, our monthly meeting is cancelled.

Stay Connected With Your County Council and Senate

District 8 County Representative

Monique Anderson-Walker

District 26 Delegate

Jay Walker


Obie Patterson

TNACA Corner - Keeping Our Community Informed

Report Street Light Outages ( Please Click On Link Below)

PEPCO Street Light Outages


Dear TNACA Community
Because of your giving spirit and generosity, our Education Committee was able to deliver Christmas envelopes for two needy families at each of our community schools (Potomac Landing, Accokeek Academy, and Friendly High School).  The total of six envelopes each contained a $100 Walmart Gift Card and a Giant or Safeway Gift Card.  The principals and guidance counselors were so appreciative of our community partnering with them to make a positive difference.  Thank you TNACA Community for caring for our children and their families who are less fortunate!!!

The Education Committee will continue to highlight and recognize children in our community with your help.
TNACA Education Committee

TNACA Let's Help Our Neighbor - From our President Ralph Davis



June 2019

Dear Neighbor:

Our neighbors, Mr. & Mrs. Alonzo Black, who reside at 11903 Ambrose Lane, are currently facing a medical hardship. The Black’s 38-year-old daughter, Avyka Campbell, has been diagnosed with a rare form of anal cancer which causes severe pain, discomfort, and renders her incapable of performing routine activities. In June, she learned that the cancer had spread to her lymph nodes, had progressed from Stage 2 to Stage 3, and that an even more aggressive treatment plan is necessary for her survival. Her treatments this time will include two cycles of chemotherapy infusions over six weeks, followed by seven weeks of daily chemotherapy pills, more chemotherapy infusions, and twice daily radiation. Below is the Channel 4 Interview Tracee Wilkins Link:

#FirstOn4: Former Prince George’s County Sheriff, Al Black is used to hard fights... he was the first lack sheriff... now American police officer in Prince George’s and the county’s first elected b-Africanpm.11and tonight at 5:55at 4s in the fight of his life to save his daughter. Please visit the gofoundme page link below:


NBC 4 News reported on this story, click on the link below


Financial donations may be sent to

Mr. & Mrs. Alonzo Black

11903 Ambrose Lane

Fort Washington, MD 20744

Checks should be made payable to their daughter, Avyka Campbell, for recordkeeping purposes.

As voted on in our June TNACA Meeting, our Association will be giving a contribution.

Additionally, a GoFundMe Account has been established if you wish to donate in that way. That link is included above.


Ralph Davis

Ralph Davis, President


P.O. BOX 44552

FORT WASHINGTON, MD 20749 www.tnaca.org


Adventist HealthCare to acquire small Prince George’s hospital





Harbor View Plans  (Please Click SDCP plan) in the download Section

 If you have any questions, fell free to contact the following;

The “Concept Plan Drawing” is provided by;

Dhruv Patel, EIT
Design Civil Engineer. CV Inc.
(O) 301 637-2519
1395 Piccard Drive, Suite 379 - Rockville, Md., 20850

Transforming Communities: 210 Re-route


Thursday, September 5 | TRANSFORMING COMMUNITIES: 210 Re-RouteJoin Council Member Monique Anderson-Walker (District 8) and reps from the Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration (MDOT SHA) and the Department of Public Works and Transportation (DPW&T) for an opportunity to learn more about the two-year planned 210 Interchange Construction Project and how the planned re-routing will impact your commute."Transforming Communities: 210 Re-route"
Host: Council Member Monique Anderson-Walker
Thursday, September 5, 2019
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Oxon Hill High School Auditorium
6701 Leyte Drive, Oxon Hill, MD 20745IMPORTANT DATES (See flyers below for details): Effective September 15: WMATA Bus Route Changes for D13 & D14
Effective October 1: MD 210 Livingston Rd/Kerby Hill Rd Closure & Detour Check out this informative video about the MD 210 interchange project, click here: http://bit.ly/2VP4izY! Additional details provided in the graphic below. We look forward to seeing you at our next "Transforming Communities" meeting!  To see an informative video about the MD 210 interchange project, 

click here: http://bit.ly/2VP4izY

The Prince Georges County Office of Homeland Security/ Office Of Emergency Management

                          EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS MINI EXPO

Go to download section for more information

Files coming soon.

Curb Appeal

Let's keep our community looking beautiful

Keeping cut grass off the streets and sidewalks;

Lawn debris, trash and recycle placement on curbs; and 

Keeping well manicured lawns, shrubs and bus

Police Non-Emergency Number (301) 352-1200

Watch Your Speed


Let's all watch the SPEED LIMIT and obey all stop signs in the neighborhood.

Neighborhood Watch


TNACA has an active neighborhood watch program in force.  

Our community is being impacted by Aircraft Noise


We need to have our voices heard, please click on the links below to send your complaints to the FAA and Reagan National Airport

New Information On Flight Paths 

 Maryland challenges the FAA over flight paths at National and BWI airports 

Governor Hogan directs Frosh to sue FAA, click Capital Gazette link below

Capital Gazette 

Maryland Challenges


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