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Board of Directors Meeting -- June 21, 2017

The next meeting of the PWCA Board of Directors will be held on Wednesday, June 21st at 7:00 P.M. in the Meeting Room at the Kings Park Library, 9002 Burke Lake Road, Burke, Virginia 22015. To see the Meeting Agenda CLICK HERE. All members are encouraged to attend.

In an effort to carry out all BOD meetings in a timely manner, the Board asks that you request an item to be added to the agenda. The Board will discuss agenda items first and then open up the floor to general discussion and questions. If you have an item you wish to add to the agenda, please submit a request in writing to:

Park West Community Association
c/o Summit Management Services
Attn: Lori Randall
8405-A Richmond Highway
Alexandria, VA 22039

Or send an e-mail to:
pwca@parkwestcommunity.org

Please have all requests to the board no later than 5:00 P.M. June 12th so an agenda may be compiled.

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PWCA New Residents’ Welcome Coffee -- June 24, 2017

You are invited to a Coffee to welcome our new residents to the PWCA neighborhood!!

WHAT: Coffee, tea, lemonade, and several scrumptious desserts

WHEN: Saturday, June 24, 2017, 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

WHO: All PWCA residents, especially our new ones!!

WHERE: PWCA Swimming Pool, 4750 Roberts Road, Fairfax

Please stop on in and join the community in welcoming our new residents!!

FAMILIES WELCOME!!

Questions? Call Susan Underwood at (703) 323-4710

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Pool Information

The Park West Community Pool is now open. Use of the PWCA pool is restricted to residents of The Park West Community Association and their guests.

Pool passes are required for entry. Pool pass applications are available by clicking HERE,. Residents should complete and return the application by April 15 to Joan Murphy, 4804 Treasure Court, Fairfax, VA 22032. by May 22nd to receive their passes by opening day. If you reside in a rental property, you will also be required to provide your current lease agreement with the pool application. TENANTS: Please check with your landlord/property manager regarding pool passes. If you have additional questions, send an e-mail message to: pool@parkwestcommunity.org .

See 2017 Pool News for more information.

Residents whose properties are in good standing with the PWCA (no delinquent dues, no 2nd & 3rd ACC violations, and no 2nd or higher unpaid trash violation) will receive their pool passes in mid-May.prior to opening day.

The Pool hours are:
  • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Thursday, Sunday and Holidays: 11:00 A.M. - 8:00 P.M.
  • Thursday and Saturday 11:00 A.M. - 9:00 P.M.

The PWCA Pool is under the day-to-day management of Atlantic Pool Service of Annandale.FOR YOUR SAFETY, lifeguards are on Duty to Enforce rules and regulations and to respond to emergencies, but you are ultimately responsible for the safety of your children and guests!

See Pool Rules for this year's pool Policies, Rules and Regulations.

Please remember that all guests MUST be accompanied by a resident and present a guest pass or "Sunshine Dollars" for entry to the pool. Each townhouse will receive 10 free guest passes. After reaching the free guest pass limit of 10, each guest is welcome to use the pool for a fee of $2.00. Residents may purchase "Sunshine Dollars" for additional guest entry.

This year’s pool committee chairman is:

  • Rich Juchnewicz (703) 426-8097
Questions or concerns regarding the pool may be directed to him. Please contact Rich to obtain "Sunshine Dollars". No cash will be accepted at the pool by lifeguards!

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PWCA 2017 Special Maintenance Assessment -- Payment Information

Please find the letter mailed on March 10, 2017 titled "Notification of 2017 Special Maintenance Assessment" by clicking HERE. Notification Payment of the PWCA 2017

Special Maintenance Assessment may be made through By a physical check mailed to:

  • Summit Management
  • c/o Alliance Bank
  • P.O. Box 95366
  • Las Vegas, NV 89193

The check should be made payable to: Park West Community Association

The check should have your account number listed in the Notes section. Your account number is PWCxxxxS where xxxx is your physical address number and S is the first letter of your street. For example, if your address is 10436 Malone Court, your account number is PWC10436M.

By online payment:

  • Go to the Summit website www.summitmanage.com.
  • Click on 'Pay My Assessments'.
  • Click on ‘One time echeck payment’.

You will need to provide your bank information (routing code/account number) and it will ask for the following: management ID which is 6657, association ID which is PWC, and Unit Account Number which is is your physical address number and S is the first letter of your street. For example, PWC10436M.

Alternatively if you already use your own bank's Bill Pay feature this can also be used for the additional payment.

For those selling their homes during the payment of the special assessment, please ensure all parties involved in the sale understand what the balance of the special assessment is for the residence and who is responsible for its payment.

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GMU 2016 High School Graduation Traffic - June 5 to June 21, 2016

It's high school graduation time, and 28 graduation ceremonies will take place at the Eagle Bank Arena on the GMU Fairfax Campus this year. Attendance at these graduations ranges from 2,500 to 6,300 people. Expect heavy traffic on the roadways to and from campus, as well as on campus, approximately one hour before and after each ceremony. To avoid the heaviest congestion, it is recommended that drivers use less traveled entrances onto campus such as Shenandoah River Lane off Roberts Road or George Mason Boulevard off University Drive.

Click HERE for the high school graduation scheduler at Eagle Bank Arena.

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Social Events -- 2017

For 2017, please click HERE for a list of planned events throughout the year.

Please plan to join us to socialize with your neighbors.

Specific information for each event will be provided closer to the event.

For additional information, contact the lead committee for the event (Hospitality, Social, or Pool Committee).

Any help you can provide would be GREATLY appreciated.

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Concrete Repair -- June 26 - June 30 and July 24 - July 28, 2017

The first and last weeks of the asphalt milling and paving project (June 26th through June 30th and July 24th through July 28th) will consist of additional concrete repair work not accomplished during the 2016 repair work. These dates may be adjusted due to weather or unforeseen major challenges in the work.

Click HERE for the current notice on the concrete work.

During these time periods please adhere to the following:

  • Do not walk on fresh concrete for at least 24 hours.
  • TOWING WILL BE ENFORCED AT OWNER EXPENSE.

Parking Specifics:

  • If your parking space is impacted by concrete work you will be individually notified.
  • Parking spaces must be vacated no later than 7:00 AM. Work will be completed by 6:00 PM. Towing will start at 7:00 AM.
  • Do not allow vehicle tires to rest on new concrete.
  • Orange markings those indicate where work will occur. If your parking spaces are near those markings, we recommend moving your vehicles away. While Pro-Pave has been excellent at keeping excess debris to a minimum, there is always a risk of dust, dirt, and small particles going beyond the immediate area.

Sidewalk Specifics:

  • If sidewalk sections near your residences are impacted, property near those sections may be effected. Residents are advised to move or relocate as many yard fixtures and structures as possible to minimize risk of damage. Private ground ends between 4 and 6 inches from the common sidewalk to allow access to maintain those sidewalks.
  • Do not walk on fresh concrete for the first 24 hours.

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Asphalt Milling and Paving -- July 5 to July 28, 2017

From July 5, 2017 through July 28, 2017 milling of all asphalt followed by paving and striping will occur in all streets and parking areas within the community.

The milling and paving has been divided into five sections. See DIAGRAM for the specific area of each section to be milled and paved.

Click HERE for the current notice on the repaving.

Timeline (WEATHER PERMITTING and NO UNFORESEEN CHALLENGES):

  • Parking spaces must be vacated no later than 6:30 AM on the first day for each specific area. Towing will start at 6:30 AM that day and throughout the timeline for each specific area.
  • Section 1: July 5th through July 8th
  • Section 2: July 10th through July 12th
  • Section 3: July 12th through July 14th
  • Section 4: July 17th through July 19th
  • Section 5: July 18th through July 21st

Access

  • There will be NO ACCESS (no driving, no parking) to the streets or parking areas during the window of time the section is being milled and paved. For instance, there will be no deliveries (Amazon, FedEx, UPS, etc.) by vehicle to your residence during this window.
  • Adhere to all posted signs. Removal of safety signs and stanchions blocking access to the section is not authorized.
  • All sections are planned to be open on the weekends. If you are concerned about street conditions, do not drive on the surface until the project is finished. Damage to your vehicle from the streets is your responsibility.

Trash:

Trash will not be collected on the following dates in specific sections. You may take your trash/recycling to another collection location in another section of the community.

  • Section 1: July 7th (no trash service)
  • Section 2: July 11th (no trash or recycling service)
  • Section 3: July 14th (no trash service)
  • Section 4: July 18th (no trash or recycling service)
  • Section 5: July 21st (no trash service)

Mowing:

  • Mowing will not occur near any section actively in progress. The grounds care contractor currently plan to mow on Saturdays during the month of July to minimize potential impact to the project.

Mail:

  • Mail will not be delivered during the window for each section.
  • Residents may pick up mail at the Pickett Road post office or all mail will be delivered upon resumption of service to your mailbox.
Parking:
  • PLAN AHEAD -- if you will be out of town during the month ensure your vehicle is out of the community or that someone has the key and knows to move your vehicle. Otherwise you'll have an expensive tow and no vehicle upon your return.
  • PARKING PERMITS ARE STILL REQUIRED -- request visitor passes as normal. Both Robinson and George Mason will be inspecting parking passes and going through their individual towing process if they find non-marked vehicles.
  • Robinson Secondary School: The front parking lot is reserved for our use during the month of July. Click HERE to see a map of both parking areas. Park as close to Roberts Road as possible to leave parking available for other functions at Robinson during the month. Do not park in any coned-off areas.
  • George Mason University: Lot C2 is available 10 - 26 July 2017. Click HERE to see a map of both parking areas. Do not park in any marked spaces or in any coned-off areas. Lot C may be used if Lot C2 fills up.
  • Roberts Road and part of Sideburn Road are other possibilities for your consideration.

Communications:

  • Ensure you check www.parkwestcommunity.org for updated details as the project proceeds.
  • Each residence in a section will receive another flyer at their door just before the section will be started with any updated information.
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REMEMBER, VEHICLES WILL BE TOWED AT OWNER'S EXPENSE-NO EXCEPTIONS.

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Yard Waste Trash Collection - April 5 - December 29, 2017

Yard Waste Pickup: will resume on Wednesday April 5, 2017. Upon resumption of this service, all yard waste will need to be in either paper bags, yard waste designated containers, or secured into bundles with twine. Yard wste in plastic bags or loose piles of yard waste will not be collected.

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National Nite Out - August 1, 2017

Help build a stronger, safer Community on Tuesday, August 1st by attending National Nite Out at the PWCA Pool.Between 7:00 and 9:00 P.M. Come meet your neighbors with pizza, ice cream and a dip in the pool, A good night to learn about Crime Prevention and build Community Ties. And Remember, LIGHTS ON!

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Selling Your Home? How To Get Your Resale Disclosure Package

During the process of selling your home you will need to order the Resale Disclosure Packet for the new purchasers.

Summit Management Services has partnered with HomeWiseDocs.com to meet this requirement.

Go to the HomeWiseDocs website www.homewisedocs.com.

If you have not done so previously, you will need to create a username and password.

The association is: Park West Community Association

A processing fee will be charged during this process. The fee amount will vary based on the options you select. If you have questions on this process, please contact Lori Randall, (703) 945-1425, our Community Manager.

DURING THE PAYMENT OF THE SPECIAL ASSESSMENT, please ensure all parties involved in the sale understand what the balance of the special assessment is for the residence and who has the responsibility to pay the remaining balance due.

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Car Break-ins - September 12, 2016

A number of cars have been broken into throughout the community. For those who discover a break-in, please call the Fairfax County Police non-emergency number (703) 691-2131 to report the break-in. As a reminder, consider leaving your porch lights on throughout the night and remember to lock your vehicle doors.

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Trash Collection Service

PWCA has contracted with Patriot Disposal Services (www.patriotdisposalservices.com) for Trash and Recycling collection within the community. An abbreviated set of information follows.

Containers: Contractor will supply one wheeled, lidded 64­gallon trash container (Toter brand) and one to each homeowner for a one­time charge of $25 to be paid by the homeowner. Contractor will supply one wheeled, lidded 32­gallon trash container instead of a recycling bin to each homeowner for a one­time charge of $10 to be paid by the homeowner. There is a $50 replacement charge for any 64­gallon trash container and a $10 replacement charge for any recycling bin that is lost, stolen, or damaged by any means other than normal wear and tear. Please put your address (or some identifying mark) on your containers with a marker or paint so that if your containers get mixed up with your neighbor’s, you will be able to identify which ones belong to your residence.

Collection Times: Trash collection will occur on TUESDAY and FRIDAY each week. Recycing collection will occur on TUESDAY each week. Yard Debris collection will occur on WEDNESDAY each week from April through December. Items are to be placed curbside no earlier than 6:00 PM the night before collection and no later than 6:00 AM the day of collection. Contracted collection provides service on all holidays that fall on a regularly scheduled collection day with the exception of New Year’s Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, or any other collection day when the refuse and recycling facilities are closed. If a service day falls on one of these days, collection services will resume on the next regularly­scheduled service day, road conditions permitting. Please check the contractor website for updated collection status.

Collection Specifics: Trash may be placed out in dark, heay­duty plastic bags or in containers. Under NO circumstances may white trash bags be used. Recycling is placed out in clear plastic bags or containers marked "YARD WASTE", or in bundles less than two feet in diameter and four feet in length. Yard debris does not include stumps, rocks, dirt, sod, gravel, mulch, whole trees, or clean­up from storm damage. Collection of these items may be provided for an additional charge. Call Patriot Disposal Services at (703) 257­7100 for an estimate. Trash cans/bags or recycle bins should NOT be stored in the front of homes at ANY time. Trash containers and yard debris bundles should not exceed 50 pounds in weight.

Special Items: Special items will be collected at the curb each week. Special items include appliances, small furniture, small electronics, mattresses, or other large items. Advance notice is required for the collection of all special items, with the exception of small furniture and mattresses. Up to two special items per residence will be collected to no additional charge. Additional items, or items that are extremely large or heavy, will be collected for a minimum fee of $25. This includes TVs or monitors larger than 19 inches, tires, construction debris, carpeting, etc. fees for special pickup must be prepaid by the homeowner prior to removal. Special items scheduled for pickup that are not out on the scheduled pickup day will be re­scheduled for pickup at the request of the homeowner for an additional $25.00 fee. Call Patriot Disposal Services at (703) 257-7100 to schedule a pickup or for an estimate.

Recycling Specifics: Patriot Disposal will collect the following items for recycling: newspapers (with inserts); mixed paper ­ magazines, catalogs, junk mail, window envelopes, phone books, etc.; cardboard ­ flattened and no larger than 4’x 4'; glass food and beverage containers; aluminum/metal food and beverage containers; and pastic food and beverage containers,

Items too large or heavy for collection can be taken to these recycling centers: I­66 Citizens' Recycling and Disposal Facility, 4618 West Ox Road, Fairfax or City of Fairfax Recycling Center, 3410 Pickett Road, Fairfax.

Click HERE to see the Patriot Disposal Services Curbside Recycling Chart (PDF) for details of what can and cannot be placed at the curb.

If you have any questions, please send email to the Park West Community manager, lori.randall@summitmanage.com, or call her at 703-945-1428.

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New PWCA Corporate Resolution -- December 20, 2016

At the December 2016 PWCA Board of Directors Meeting, a revised PWCA Corporate Resolution was enacted: Collection of Assessments .

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PWCA Community Parking Permit Program

The Park West Community Association has instituted a Community Parking Permit Program as an addition to its Community parking policies. All residents must display a permit on their vehicle or be towed from the community for illegal parking, Any person who maintains their residence within the PWCA area may apply for one parking permit per motor vehicle, up to three permits per household. Non-resident owners with tenants should apply for permits on behalf of their renters. Only resident owners and renters are eligible to receive Parking Permits. One visitor permit also will be issued per household, with additional temporary visitor permits to be made available. The current two parking space-per-household allotment is not impacted whatsoever by the new system, and all current spaces will remain intact, although permits will be needed for parking in them.

Details of the Parking Permit Program can be found by clicking HERE. Download an application to obtain parking permits for your residents by clicking HERE.

PARKING PERMITS MUST BE DISPLAYED ON ANY VEHICLE PARKED IN PARK WEST COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION AREAS IMMEDIATELY AFTER ISSUANCE.

All non-emergency requests for Temporary Parking Permits are to be made to a PWCA Parking Official between 9:00 AM and 9:00 PM, and with as much advance time as is possible -- preferably, at least one hour ahead of needed time, and at least one day ahead for multiple permits (i.e., parties, etc.). Click HERE for the list of Parking Officials.

A copy of the Park West Community Association Corporate Resolution for the Parking Permit Program can be found by clicking HERE.

Any questions regarding community parking policies and permits should be addressed to Joe Underwood the PWCA Parking Committee Chairman at parking@parkwestcommunity.org or at (703) 323-4710.

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Register for E-Mail Alerts

Please register for e-mail notification of important information or significant website changes by sending a blank e-mail message to pwca_info-subscribe@parkwestcommunity.org with the subject 'Subscribe' without the quotes in the subject line of the message.

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Community Newsletter (Park West Pages)

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Please click HERE for the Summer 2017 Community Newsletter (Park West Pages). For previous issues, click HERE.

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Special College Student Edition of the Community Newsletter

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Please click HERE for a Special College Student Edition of the Community Newsletter. If you have any questions or concerns, please send an e-mail to communications@parkwestcommunity.org.

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Architectural Modifications

Exterior alteration or modification of a Kings Park West Community townhome is not permitted without prior written approval from the Architectural Control Committee (ACC). Only the original paint, siding, and roofing colors, as designated by Richmarr, are acceptable. Click HERE for acceptable colors for each residence. Requests should be made by clicking HERE to view and print a copy of the Architectural Control Modification Form. The completed form should be mailed to PWCA Architectural Control Committee, Attn: Lori Randall, Summit Management Services, 8405-A Richmond Highway, Alexandria, Virginia 22309. Approval or disapproval will occur within sixty (60) days of submission of written request. Questions should be e-mailed to acc@parkwestcommunity.org.

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Speed Bumps

The Community speed bumps are 48" wide by 4" high. Although they are only 4" high, they need to be approached at a low speed to prevent damage to your vehicle. Please exercise due caution and drive safely.

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In the News
Protect Your Family at the Pool This Summer
     Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Media Release -->

Home Is Where The Rules Are
   - Love That Private Government
     Washington Post article 12/18/2005

Packing In the Houses, But Not the Parking
   - Dense Developments Skimp on Spaces
     Washington Post article 5/19/2003

Keeping the Peace Among Neighbors
   - Homeowners Associations Help Balance Individual vs. Community Rights
     Washington Post article 4/5/2003

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Reminders

Parking

The PWCA Parking Committee would like to remind everyone of the community parking regulations. Cars double-parked or parallel parked with both curbside tires not touching the concrete gutter or parked in areas designated with yellow curbs are subject to immediate towing. Also, please be courteous of your neighbor’s reserved spaces. Parking in another resident’s space without permission is also subject to immediate towing. Finally, if you are having someone to your house YOU are responsible for notifying them of the community parking regulations. If your or your guest’s car is towed, please call Dominion Towing (703) 339-2400. If you would like to contest the tow or would like to see the photograph showing the violation, please call or e-mail the Parking Committee Chair, Joe Underwood, at (703) 323-4710 between 8:00 A.M. and 9:00 P.M. to schedule an appointment.

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Trash

PWCA has contracted with Patriot Disposal Services (www.patriotdisposalservices.com) for Trash and Recycling collection within the community. An abbreviated set of information follows.

Containers: Contractor will supply one wheeled, lidded 64­gallon trash container (Toter brand) and one to each homeowner for a one­time charge of $25 to be paid by the homeowner. Contractor will supply one wheeled, lidded 32­gallon trash container instead of a recycling bin to each homeowner for a one­time charge of $10 to be paid by the homeowner. There is a $50 replacement charge for any 64­gallon trash container and a $10 replacement charge for any recycling bin that is lost, stolen, or damaged by any means other than normal wear and tear. Please put your address (or some identifying mark) on your containers with a marker or paint so that if your containers get mixed up with your neighbor’s, you will be able to identify which ones belong to your residence.

Collection Times: Trash collection will occur on TUESDAY and FRIDAY each week. Recycing collection will occur on TUESDAY each week. Yard Debris collection will occur on WEDNESDAY each week from April through December. Items are to be placed curbside no earlier than 6:00 PM the night before collection and no later than 6:00 AM the day of collection. Contracted collection provides service on all holidays that fall on a regularly scheduled collection day with the exception of New Year’s Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, or any other collection day when the refuse and recycling facilities are closed. If a service day falls on one of these days, collection services will resume on the next regularly­scheduled service day, road conditions permitting. Please check the contractor website for updated collection status.

Collection Specifics: Trash may be placed out in dark, heay­duty plastic bags or in containers. Under NO circumstances may white trash bags be used. Recycling is placed out in clear plastic bags or containers marked "YARD WASTE", or in bundles less than two feet in diameter and four feet in length. Yard debris does not include stumps, rocks, dirt, sod, gravel, mulch, whole trees, or clean­up from storm damage. Collection of these items may be provided for an additional charge. Call Patriot Disposal Services at (703) 257­7100 for an estimate. Trash cans/bags or recycle bins should NOT be stored in the front of homes at ANY time. Trash containers and yard debris bundles should not exceed 50 pounds in weight.

Special Items: Special items will be collected at the curb each week. Special items include appliances, small furniture, small electronics, mattresses, or other large items. Advance notice is required for the collection of all special items, with the exception of small furniture and mattresses. Up to two special items per residence will be collected to no additional charge. Additional items, or items that are extremely large or heavy, will be collected for a minimum fee of $25. This includes TVs or monitors larger than 19 inches, tires, construction debris, carpeting, etc. fees for special pickup must be prepaid by the homeowner prior to removal. Special items scheduled for pickup that are not out on the scheduled pickup day will be re­scheduled for pickup at the request of the homeowner for an additional $25.00 fee. Call Patriot Disposal Services at (703) 257-7100 to schedule a pickup or for an estimate.

Recycling Specifics: Patriot Disposal will collect the following items for recycling: newspapers (with inserts); mixed paper ­ magazines, catalogs, junk mail, window envelopes, phone books, etc.; cardboard ­ flattened and no larger than 4’x 4'; glass food and beverage containers; aluminum/metal food and beverage containers; and pastic food and beverage containers,

Items too large or heavy for collection can be taken to these recycling centers: I­66 Citizens' Recycling and Disposal Facility, 4618 West Ox Road, Fairfax or City of Fairfax Recycling Center, 3410 Pickett Road, Fairfax.

Click HERE to see the Patriot Disposal Services Curbside Recycling Chart (PDF) for details of what can and cannot be placed at the curb.

If you have any questions, please send email to the Park West Community manager, lori.randall@summitmanage.com, or call her at 703-945-1428.

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Noise

Please respect the Fairfax County Noise Ordinance (CODE County of FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA, Section 108.1-4-1.) This ordinance states that between the hours of 11:00 P.M. and 7:00 A.M. it shall be unlawful for any person to make, continue to make, or cause to be made or continued, a noise disturbance within the County of Fairfax. This law also includes barking dogs and music from motor vehicles.

You may COMPLAIN to Fairfax County or call the Fairfax County Police non-emergency number (703) 691-2131 about a neighbor who is creating a noise disturbance.

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Speed Limit

Please adhere to the posted speed limit (15 MPH). Please keep our neighborhood safe for all residents.

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Animals

Pets are not permitted in the common areas unless accompanied by a responsible person and unless they are carried or leashed. Please walk dogs only in the common areas. Front yards are not common areas! We are also reminding all dog owners that they are required by Fairfax County Law to CLEAN UP AFTER THEIR ANIMALS. Failure to do so can result in fines by the Department of Health.

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Your Government Representatives

Click HERE for a list of your local and national government representatives and their contact information.

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Park West Community Association
c/o Summit Management Services
8405-A Richmond Highway
Alexandria, VA 22309
pwca@parkwestcommunity.org