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The SHOA Board of Directors has contracted with Lucas Paving to do asphalt maintenance work on the following areas:
Yuma Court - June 18-21
Parking area at 7419 Colton Lane - June 18-21
Parking area at 10122 Copeland Drive - June 22-25
Parking area at 10134 Copeland Drive - June 22-25
Bedford Road - June 25-29
Please watch for and obey NO PARKING notices while work is in progress. Towing will be enforced for noncompliant vehicles, however every effort will be made to contact owners before vehicle is towed. Owners are responsible for towing and storage fees.
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Graffiti: If you see graffiti in your neighborhood, REPORT IT and REMOVE IT. If graffiti appears on your property, please contact the Prince William County non-emergency Police number at 703-792-6500. Per Virginia State Code 16-56, Graffiti Prevention and Removal is the responsibility of the property owner. If possible please take a photo of the graffiti and then remove or cover over the graffiti as soon as possible. Prompt removal may reduce the likelihood of repeat vandalism.
Oil and other fluids leaking or spilled from vehicles destroy our neighborhood roads. SHOA property owners are liable for the cost to repair any damage and/or clean-up from fluids (oil, antifreeze, gasoline, hydraulic fluid, etc.) dripped/spilled from vehicles under their control on SHOA property. It is also against the law to allow the discharge, emptying, disposal or dumping of improper substances into county storm sewers. Violators are subject to fines up to $5,000.
Please advise Public Works if you see anyone flushing, dumping or pushing unwanted items such as paint, motor oil, antifreeze, hazardous waste, grass clippings or other debris into storm drains.
The public can report problems to the Public Works office at 703-792-7070 or email them at email@example.com.
If you see a violation, you can also call the SHOA at 703-368-0202.
Additional Exterior Lighting: There have been isolated incidences of vandalism to vehicles. Take precautions to lock your vehicle and hide any valuables out of plain view. Community policing officials have advised us to brighten the streetscape by encouraging every house to leave the front stoop and rear exit lights on at nighttime to discourage intruders.
Be a responsible neighbor. If you witness property being vandalized, call the Prince William police immediately at 911. If the deed has been done, report it to the police at 703-792-6650.
SHOA has installed street and parking bay lighting. If you see one of those fixtures not working, call NOVEC at 703-335-0500 and report it for repair giving location of the light (i.e. west Brandon Way parking bay or at corner of Copeland / Colton).
Dues: Dues are billed quarterly and cover lawn maintenance of SHOA common property, paving and snow removal of SHOA-owned streets and parking bays, household trash removal and routine expenses to run the organization. The 2018 dues are $460 annually. MJF Associates on Crestwood Drive is responsible for billing and collecting homeowners' quarterly dues. With each invoice, a self-addressed remittance envelope will be provided. Questions about dues should be directed to them at 703-369-6535.
Pets: Prince William County requires all dogs to be on a leash when outside and will levy a fine on residents who allow their dogs to defecate on public or private property without followup. Be considerate of your neighbors and scoop the poop so that there will not be offensive odors or attraction for rodents.
Dogs who bark continuosly can be a noise nuisance and if reported, are subject to police intervention.
Utility installation: Comcast and Verizon may have initiated network service to your home without burying the installation cable. If cabling is visible above ground, please call your provider and ask them to schedule an additional visit to bury the cable.