About the Association: Fifty-six members owing property on Wooded Glen Avenue, and Novak Woods Court, all in Burke, Virginia. Association assessments (2019: $460/yr) are used to pay for 3 times/week trash pickup, care of the common areas, annual picnic, annual yard sale, and operating costs and expenses. On October 22, 2019 the Board adopted a budget for the 2020 year, anticipating $511 per lot gross receipts for that year. A formal assessment levy for the 2020 year has not yet been made. Nine houses on two pipestem driveways regularly self-assess themselves to contribute $200.00 each for pipestem maintenance. Board members are elected for staggered periods of two years at annual membership meetings usually held in November of each year. Board vacancies are filled by the board.
Annual Picnic/Yard Sale: Postponed due to COVID19 Pandemic
Upcoming Board Meetings:
Virtual: Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at 7:30 p.m. by phone or video using the Zoom Application. Nature of Emergency: Governor-declared state of emergency. COVID-19. The Request password by contacting the HOA Board at email address listed above at “Click Here”.
Tuesday, September 8, 2020 at 7:30 p.m. by the same Zoom phone or video application
Architectural Control Committee (ACC):
TBA Contact Lonny Bradley for login credentials.
Grounds Committee Meeting: TBA
Request HOA Sale packet (selling your home) contact our principal office:S & P VA, LLC, t/a PMI Prince William, 18139 Triangle Shopping Plaza, Ste 216, Dumfries, VA 22026, 703- 221-5405, our Common Interest Community Manager, License No. 0501000330 (Va. Dept. of Professional and Occupational Regulation). Click HERE to see fee schedule. Resale inspection checklist
Please Pick-up your Pet's Waste: Dog walkers have something in common. They carry a bag, usually a grocery bag or the long plastic sleeve in which newspapers are delivered. These conscientious pet owners take their waste-filled bags and put them in their household trash. What about the not-so-conscientious pet owners? The Center for Watershed Protection refers to them as “bad dog walkers” and claims their numbers are 16 million in the United States. Pet owners who violate the County’s pooper scooper law may incur a fine up to $250 in Fairfax County due to the “Pooper-Scooper” Law – Section 41.1-2-6 .