History of Announcements

  • Trail Closure

The trail located behind the Crossroads Tennis Courts is closed from Claiborne Parkway to the trail intersection at Wayside Circle and Cross Breeze Place for tree removal.  The trail is expected to be closed for approximately two days.  Please avoid the area until work is completed.  We apologize for any inconvenience.

  • Community Amenities Survey

The Association is looking for feedback from its residents about their usage of the amenities in the community. This short survey included here looks at the community tennis courts, specifically. Please click on the following link to complete the survey.

Thank you for taking time to help your community. We appreciate all feedback we receive!

  • Labor Day Trash Collection8/31/18

Please be advised that Patriot Disposal’s collection schedule WILL NOT be affected by the Labor Day holiday on Monday, September 3rd. Patriot Disposal’s offices will be closed, however. Please place trash and yard waste out for pickup the night before to ensure collection on September 3rd. Thank you!

  • SUMMERWOOD TENNIS FACILITY RESERVATIONS

Summerwood Tennis Facility Is Reserved: 
Weekdays 8am-1pm & 4-8:30pm
Sat. & Sun. 8am-1pm& 4-7pm
For Use By Loudoun Tennis Academy.  Comments/concerns may be sent to jcushman@afhoa.net or bot@afhoa.net.

  • WIND DAMAGE IN ASHBURN FARM

The Association would like to thank everyone who has reported falling trees/limbs since Friday. Your patience and understanding during this situation was greatly appreciated. The Association is currently in triage mode and is assessing each individual situation. The staff and contractors are dealing with the most severe/dangerous issues first, but will be responding to each situation as quickly as possible. If you have spoken with someone at the Association, sent in an email, or the tree is blocking an Association sidewalk or path, we’ve got you on the list and are working as quickly as we are able.

If you have not reported damage to your property from a common area tree, please contact the Association Office at 703-729-6680, or maintenance@afhoa.net.

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 be a good neighbor, and will remove common area trees from fences with permission from the property owner. If there is good vehicle access, and our staff or contractors are doing similar work in the area, the Association is glad to help remove debris that fell from the common area onto your property. Please place the debris near the common area tree that fell, just outside of your property boundaries where it can be accessed. The Association will not haul away debris created by trees that originated from private or neighboring properties.

We appreciate your continued patience as the staff and contractors work to resolve all of the tree issues in the community!

 

  • COMMON AREA SPRAYING

Crews will be on the property beginning 3/1 to spray turf applications to control grassy and broadleaf weeds (weather permitting). The spraying will continue for approximately 7-10 days. Notification flags will be placed near or on areas that have been treated to remind pedestrians, children, and those walking pets to stay out of treated areas until they have dried.

  • ANNUAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES ELECTION

The Annual Election is scheduled for April 3rd at 7:00 PM in the Windmill Community center.  Please click here for more information about the upcoming election.

 

  • SNOW REMOVAL POLICY

The snow has already started, and more is on the way. Take some time to review the AFA Snow Removal Policy before more winter weather is here!