The Association would like to thank everyone who has reported fallen trees/limbs and signs in the common areas since the onset of the storm. The Association has assessed each individual situation and the staff and contractors are dealing with these issues in order of priority, where the most dangerous/severe situations are taken care of first.
On properties where there is damage to a home or other structure from a common area tree, the Association is asking those property owners to contact their homeowners insurance provider and/or their own tree service to remove the tree from the home or structure. The Association will not remove trees that have fallen onto your home, deck, shed, etc. Virginia state law considers these incidents “acts of god”, and the tree or fallen debris becomes the property of the person whose property it fell onto, at the property line. The Association will do its best to remove common area trees from fences with permission from the property owner.
We appreciate your continued patience as the staff and contractors work to resolve all of the storm issues in the community!
HIGH WIND WARNING NOW IN EFFECT UNTIL 6 AM SATURDAY…
WINDS… 25 to 40 mph with gusts around 60 to 70 mph. The strongest winds will be on 3/2, Friday morning through Friday evening.
Property damage may occur. Please secure all outdoor items and bring in trash and recycling containers by Thursday evening. Damaging winds may blow down trees and power lines. Widespread power outages are expected. Travel will be difficult, especially for high profile vehicles.
Saturday, February 24, Community Center, 7:30pm, FREE event, but monetary donations are appreciated to help the citizens of Puerto Rico with hurricane relief. Rocoto Gourmet, a food truck serving Peruvian Cuisine will be offering food for purchase! DETAILS>>
The HOA Office and Nature Center will be closed in observance of President’s Day on Monday, February 19th.
The HOA Office and Nature Center will be closed on Monday, January 15 for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
HOA Office and Nature Center:
- Friday, December 29th – Closed
- Monday, January 1st – Closed
- Tuesday, January 2nd – Closed
Trash & Recycling Schedule:
- Monday, January 1st – No trash pickup, services will resume on Thursday, January 4th
Christmas Tree Collection:
- Christmas trees will be collected Monday, January 8th and Monday, January 15th – All tinsel and decorations must be removed and trees should not be placed in plastic bag
December 28, 2017
The County of Loudoun is responsible for the four inlet pipes that take stormwater into the pond. Representatives of the county’s Department of General Services, Public Works Division oversee the stormwater management program. Their engineers have advised us that they will be surveying the pond inlets in the coming weeks to delineate the tree preserve and protected wetlands areas. Land surveyors will mark these areas with stakes and/or tape. Please DO NOT REMOVE or relocate these survey markers. The survey work will not encroach onto any private property and will not hinder activities. We expect surveying to be performed in January. Additional information regarding work to be performed will be distributed in the coming months as further details are received.
If you have questions regarding this information, please contact Karl E. Evans, Senior Stormwater Engineer at 703-771-5358 or Karl.Evans@loudoun.gov.
The Fitness Center will be painted from Tuesday, December 12th through Thursday, December 14th and will not be available for use during this time. We apologize for this inconvenience and appreciate your patience as we spruce up the appearance of the interior walls.
Dec 5, Blasting: PRK Drilling and Blasting, Inc. will begin blasting Section 208 next week and continue for 2-3 weeks. Please click on the following document to view their air horn warning sequence, which also includes the blasting site map: Blast Warning Notice. They will typically blast once a day (between 2-3 pm), Monday through Friday. Questions or issues can be directed to PRK Drilling & Blasting at 540-888-4959.
Nov 15, Clearing: On Friday, November 17, 2017, Van Metre will start to clear Section 208, which is the wooded area on Wynridge Drive between Avonworth and Stillwater Terrace. This area will be developed into age-restricted condos. Please do not enter the construction zone. Questions can be directed to Van Metre Homes at 703-348-5800.
Dec 5, Update: The contractor continues to clean and prep the roads, which should be completed by Thursday 12/7. Painting and stenciling will continue into next week, which will include the Nature Center Parking lot.
Nov 28: Specialty Services of Virginia has been contracted to do fire lane painting. Beginning Monday, November 27, they began prepping by hydroblasting the old paint and debris off the curbs. This will take a few days. Next, they will blow the debris off the roads and (if needed) may come back to sweep the streets. They will then paint all the lanes yellow and then come back to do the black FIRE LANE stenciling. Because they will do the hydroblasting first, there may be debris on the roads for a few days while they move through the remaining sections. Work is weather dependent.