Fort Meade

About Our Neighborhoods

The six neighborhoods at Fort Meade were created with families in mind.

On post at Fort Meade, there are six neighborhoods designed to meet your family's needs. Our neighborhoods are ideal for families of all shapes and sizes and feature several home styles with two, three, and four bedrooms. Each neighborhood has amenities for residents to enjoy, including playgrounds, picnic areas, and our state-of-the-art Neighborhood Centers. Whatever the size of your family, you'll find the home to suit your needs at Fort Meade.

Meuse Forest »

Heritage Park »

Normandy Bluffs »

Meuse Forest currently contains the newest construction in Fort Meade housing and is home to almost all rank bands. Meuse Forest has new and renovated sub-neighborhoods of junior NCOs, senior NCOs, and company and field-grade homes.

Heritage Park contains some of Fort Meade's uniquely beautiful historic homes and cottages originally built in the 1930s. These renovated, charming homes and cottages are some of the most popular on post and serve our junior NCOs, company-grade officers, senior-grade officers, and general and flag officer residents. In 2008, 139 newly-constructed junior NCO townhomes were completed.

Normandy Bluffs is an extension of the Heritage Park neighborhood and home to the junior NCO rank band.

Patriot Ridge »

Midway Common »

Potomac Place »

Home to senior NCO, junior NCO, Department of Defense civilians, and military retirees, Patriot Ridge features beautiful, Colonial-style homes.

Midway Common is home to single-family, one-level ranchers, duplexes, townhomes, and the popular combination townhome, available to most rank bands. It is an Urban-style neighborhood, reminiscent of a traditional family-oriented community designed to enhance pedestrian circulation where you will get to know your neighbors.

Potomac Place is home to the largest Neighborhood Center on Fort Meade and features a half court gym, children's library and communications kiosk. New and renovated sub-neighborhoods of Department of Defense civilians, junior NCO, senior NCO, company-grade and field-grade homes have been designed with input from Fort Meade families, showcasing all different styles.