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01/10/2020
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The Board of Trustees meeting that was scheduled for 1/7/2020 has been rescheduled for Tuesday, January 14, 2020 at 7 PM in the Windmill Community Center.

01/07/2020

The Board of Trustees meeting that was scheduled for this evening is being postponed due to the inclement weather. Information will be posted as soon as an alternate date and time are selected. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Ranger was lost on January 3rd, near Wayside Circle, and he's been seen in several neighborhoods in Ashburn Farm. If see...
01/07/2020

Ranger was lost on January 3rd, near Wayside Circle, and he's been seen in several neighborhoods in Ashburn Farm. If seen, please call 608-386-1514. Thank you for your help!

Update: Ranger has been found!

Looking for our lil fur baby CoCo. She was last seen at the corner of Ashburn Farm Parkway and Claiborne Parkway. Please...
10/08/2019

Looking for our lil fur baby CoCo. She was last seen at the corner of Ashburn Farm Parkway and Claiborne Parkway. Please help us get her home. Please call 703-389-0466 or
571-730-7991. Thanks!

09/25/2019
09/18/2019

The Association will begin replacement of Association concrete sidewalks both in townhome and general common areas. Please look for "X" marks on the sidewalk pads and yellow signs at neighborhood entrances. Unless your assigned parking space is near one of these orange marks, you will not need to move/remove your vehicle. Workers will do their best to work around vehicles, but they may knock on your door if they feel they are unable to access the work area without damage to your vehicle. Thank you for your help and patience while the work is being done throughout the community.

09/16/2019

The incoming and outgoing phone lines at the Association Office are still not functioning this morning. Verizon is continuing its work to restore service as soon as possible. If you need assistance, please email [email protected]. We apologize for any inconvenience.

09/13/2019

The incoming and outgoing phone lines at the Association Office have not been functioning this afternoon, possibly due to the utility work occurring along the Parkway. Verizon is working to restore service, but the phone lines may be unavailable this weekend. We apologize for any inconvenience.

09/10/2019
08/23/2019

Due to the weather forecasted for this afternoon and this evening, all Ashburn Farm Pools will be closed today. They will all reopen at their regularly scheduled times tomorrow.

08/13/2019

Seal coating on Cornerpost Square has to be postponed due to the rain. The make-up date is Thursday, August 15. All vehicles on Cornerpost Square must be removed for seal coating and paint striping by 7:00 AM. This will be enforced by towing.

08/13/2019

On Wednesday, August 14th, the Stonebridge neighborhood will receive an asphalt sealcoat application. All vehicles will need to be removed by 7:00 AM from roadside parking on Stonebridge Drive, Crocus Terrace, Vineland Square, and Wildflower Square. Vehicles left in driveways after 7:00 AM will be landlocked for 24 hours. We apologize for any inconvenience.

08/08/2019

A Jack Russell Terrier has been reported missing this afternoon off Belgreen Drive. He is a friendly 2 year old, and his name is Smitty. If you may have seen him, please contact Angela at 703-407-1204. Thank you for your help!

08/06/2019

The Ashburn Station Quarterly Meeting is scheduled for Thursday, August 8th at 7:00 PM at 20272 Savin Hill Drive, off Russell Branch Parkway. This meeting is open to the public, and it is a great opportunity to interact with the LCSO Command Staff regarding any questions, concerns, or special requests for additional enforcement within your community.

Deputy Thomasson (former Ashburn Farm Community Resource Officer) will be available to answer any questions regarding his role as a School Resource Officer. Parent concerns that are often brought to his attention include topics such as school safety measures and vaping. The Sheriff, or a member of his leadership staff, will also be in attendance to address any other community concerns. These issues may include any traffic complaints/speed calming requests, or any public safety concerns within your community.

07/23/2019

The asphalt repairs for Plantation Terrace and Pioneer Ridge Terrace that were scheduled for today have been postponed due to the rain.

The rain date for Plantation and Pioneer Ridge is Thursday, July 25th. Vehicles will need to be removed from the specified repair areas by 8 am.

We apologize for any inconvenience.

07/12/2019

Dominion Paving and sealing will be doing asphalt maintenance in the following areas next week:

Tuesday, July 16th - Laburnum Square & Windingbrook Square
Vehicles must be removed from the drive lane entrance to Laburnum Square by 7 AM to allow work to begin. Vehicles may be parked on Summerwood Circle. *Any vehicles not removed from the entrance by 7 AM on 7/16 will be towed.

Wednesday, July 17th - Plantation Terrace & Pioneer Ridge Square
Crews will be working on these streets throughout the day. Please drive carefully and allow extra time when driving in these areas.

Thank you for your patience during this maintenance project!

06/06/2019
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The Association has received requests for more information regarding the spraying being done in the common areas. The MSDS for the product being used can be found at the following link: https://ashburnfarmassociation.org/main/wp-content/uploads/OSC/4_Speed_XT_MSDS.pdf

The information included in the MSDS sheets is prepared for applicators (who are in direct contact with the concentrated chemicals) and for members of the fire department (who may need to extinguish a fire or respond to a vehicle accident that contains these chemicals). The concentrated chemicals are diluted before use at a rate of 3-5 pints/220 gallons of water.

06/06/2019

The Association’s landscape maintenance contractor will begin spray applications of fertilizer and broadleaf weed herbicide on Monday, June 10th (weather permitting). Spraying will continue throughout the community through the 21st. (Weather delays may push treatments into the last week of June).

Selective and non-selective herbicides will also be utilized in the areas adjacent to trails where poison ivy and poison oak are prevalent. Areas around the storm water retention ponds will be treated with an aquatic-safe herbicide to for poison ivy and poison oak in the un-mowed buffer and turf around the ponds.

Yellow “Warning” notices will be posted in treatment areas.

06/06/2019

The Association has received an update regarding the berm removal from Regency Centers, who manages the Ashburn Farm Village Shopping Center on Summerwood Circle. Berm removal will begin on Friday, June 7th, and the excavation should be completed by June 14. Landscaping will occur approximately two weeks after excavation is complete and will conclude the project before the July 4th holiday. The Association appreciates everyone’s patience and is hopeful that the changes achieve the goal of a convenient and busy shopping center.

05/25/2019
05/23/2019

Work is expected to commence along Ashburn Farm Parkway near the Ashburn Farm Village Center on Parkhurst Plaza after the Memorial Day holiday. The work will involve excavation of the berm, fine grading, planting, clean up, and seeding. A completion date of June 14th (weather dependent) has been provided to the Association by the developer. Thank you for your concern and patience with this project.

05/22/2019

The Ashburn Farm annual Summer Kick Off is this Saturday, and we still need volunteers. The event will be held on Saturday May 25th, from 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Please contact the office if you can spare just a couple hours of your time to help assist with setup, ticket taking, security line, and more. Please reach out to Kristen at the Association Office by phone, 703-729-6680, or by email [email protected] with questions or to signup.

Thank you!

05/21/2019

ATTENTION RESIDENTS!
IMPORTANT Summer Kick Off Information
(Crittenden Park/Windmill Pool/Windmill Drive/
Windmill Tennis Courts)

Summer Kick Off will be taking place at Windmill Park this Saturday, May 25th from 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm, with fireworks beginning at dark. Here are important things to remember whether you are attending or will be in the area that day:

* The parking lots for Windmill Pool, Windmill Tennis Courts, and Ashburn Farm Association Office will be closing at 5:00 pm on Friday, May 24th. No cars will be allowed in these lots until after Saturday's event. If going to Windmill Pool on Saturday, please park on Crossroads Drive or other legal street-side parking.

* Crittenden Park parking lot will be closed at 12:00 pm on Saturday, May 25th. Please do not use that lot for parking on Saturday. TOWING WILL BE ENFORCED.

* The tennis courts at Windmill will be closing at 12:00 pm on Saturday. All other courts remain open.

* Windmill Drive will be closing from Ashburn Farm Parkway to Thistlewood Court at 3:00 pm on Saturday, May 25th, until after the fireworks, approximately 9:45 that evening. Detours and directions will be posted and enforced by Loudoun County Sheriff's Office.

* There is a free shuttle running from Breezyhill Pool to the event from 4:00 pm to 10:00 pm.

* All vendors and attractions take cash only. Please avoid bringing large bills over $20.

* If wishing to purchase beer and wine at the event please bring valid ID. Wristbands will be issued and alcohol must be consumed in designated area only.

* No outside fireworks are permitted.

* Rides, food, and alcohol service will end at 8:45 pm.

* The perimeter around the fireworks will be closed off with caution tape and off-limits by 1:00 pm. This is the area where the Windmill Pavilion, Ball Field, Tot Lot, and Tennis Courts are located. Entry into that area is prohibited, and it will be monitored throughout the day by the Loudoun County Fire Marshal, who will be on site.

If you have any questions about Summer Kick Off
please contact the office (703) 729-6680.
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you all there!

05/19/2019

In order to avoid collecting recycling containers that were personally purchased by homeowners, Patriot Disposal has updated their collection process. Patriot previously provided townhome owners 18-gallon, open-top recycling bins. Any of these bins that are no longer wanted by homeowners should be dropped off at one of the three pool house parking lots in Ashburn Farm, where they will be collected next week (pool house addresses can be found below).

Homeowners are welcome to keep the bins, if they would like; however, they do not comply with the Association’s or the County’s current standards for storage or disposal of recycling or trash, and they should no longer be used for that purpose. Please click here for the current Association trash standards.

Windmill Pool – 21400 Windmill Drive

Summerwood Pool – 43641 Golden Meadow Circle

Breezyhill Pool – 43250 Hay Road

05/18/2019

In order to avoid collecting recycling containers that were personally purchased by homeowners, Patriot Disposal has updated their collection process. Patriot previously provided townhome owners 18-gallon, open-top recycling bins. Any of these bins that are no longer wanted by homeowners should be dropped off at one of the three pool house parking lots in Ashburn Farm, where they will be collected next week (pool house addresses can be found below).

Homeowners are welcome to keep the bins, if they would like; however, they do not comply with the Association’s or the County’s current standards for storage or disposal of recycling or trash, and they should no longer be used for that purpose. Please click here for the current Association trash standards.

Windmill Pool – 21400 Windmill Drive
Summerwood Pool – 43641 Golden Meadow Circle
Breezyhill Pool – 43250 Hay Road

05/16/2019

The 18-gallon open-top recycling bins previously provided by Patriot Disposal to the townhomes will be collected and disposed of, if put at the curb next week. They do not comply with the Association’s or the County’s current standards for storage or disposal of recycling or trash, and they should no longer be used for that purpose.

Lost dog, please help get back to owner.The dog was seen on Wildrose Court in a resident's back yard, picture posted. If...
04/27/2019

Lost dog, please help get back to owner.
The dog was seen on Wildrose Court in a resident's back yard, picture posted. If you have any information, please message or email [email protected].
Thank you!

04/04/2019

Quorum has still not been met for the Annual Election. The Annual Meeting will reconvene this evening at 7:00 PM in the Windmill Community Center. If you have not yet voted, please do so today! Thank you for your help!

04/03/2019

Unfortunately, quorum was not met for the Annual Election last evening. Due to the lack of quorum, the meeting was adjourned. In an effort to reach quorum, the Annual Meeting will reconvene on Thursday, April 4th at 7:00 PM in the Windmill Community Center. If you have not yet voted, please drop off your ballots at the Association Office (21400 Windmill Drive) today or tomorrow. Thank you for your help!

The Annual Meeting will be held tonight, beginning at 7:00 in the Windmill Community Center.  We still need more than 10...
04/02/2019

The Annual Meeting will be held tonight, beginning at 7:00 in the Windmill Community Center. We still need more than 100 votes to meet quorum for the election. If you haven't had a chance to vote yet - please take just a few minutes to do so now. You can place your vote here: https://ashburnfarm.ivotehoa.com. If you need your voting registration code, please feel free to email and request it.
Thank you for your help!

02/28/2019
02/20/2019

Due to the predicted adverse weather conditions, the Association Office will be closed today. It is expected to be open tomorrow, February 21, at 9 AM.

02/19/2019

Thank you to everyone who helped find the lost puppy, Fiji! She was returned home safely yesterday.

02/18/2019

LOST PUPPY!! Please help find her!

A resident of Clearwater Court brought home a brand new puppy last night, and she ran out of the house and into the woods behind Clearwater Court without a collar on. Fiji is a tiny 4 lb chihuahua. She is only 10 months old and may not know her name, but she is socialized.

PLEASE help find her. For any leads, please call or text Don at 703.801.9869. Thank you!!

02/18/2019

REMINDER: The Association Office will be closed for President's Day tomorrow, February 18th. It will re-open at 9:00 am on Tuesday, February 19th.

02/12/2019

How can townhome residents procure a trash and/or recycling toter that complies with the County & AFHOA Standards?

The Association has been working with Patriot Disposal to provide hard-sided containers with tight-fitting, attached lids. An agreement has been made that facilitates townhome owners leasing a 32-gallon recycling and/or trash toter, for a one-time administrative fee of $20 for one container and $15 for a second. These containers will be replaced by Patriot for issues arising from normal use for the life of the service contract. There will be a replacement charge for each toter or bin that is lost, stolen, or damaged.

Please email Kristen Cornwell at [email protected] or call 703-729-6680 to order a toter. Provide your full name, address, the number of toters you need, and how you intend to pay the administrative fee, (added to your HOA account with Summit Management or by check, mailed in or dropped off at the Association Office). The first distribution of these containers is tentatively scheduled for the last week in April.

Association Members who would like additional toters should contact Patriot Disposal and lease them for $25 each.

NOTICE: The 18-gallon open-top recycling bins previously provided by Patriot Disposal to the townhomes will be collected and disposed of if put at the curb for collection, as they do not comply with the Association’s or the County’s standard for storage or disposal of recycling or trash. This will begin April 1, 2019.

01/23/2019

The Association has been approached by Association Members affected by the Government Shutdown and Furlough, seeking relief from late and administrative fees for unpaid Association assessments. The Association Board of Trustees has unanimously approved a measure that will suspend late and administrative fees applied by the Association to HOA accounts past due for Association Member accounts in good standing as of December 31, 2018. This relief from late and administrative fees will be in effect for a period of 90 days past the date the Shutdown/Furlough has ended to allow those affected to bring their HOA account current. This does not waive or reduce the monthly Association assessment. This policy will be applied retroactively and will allow Government Employees and those directly affected by the Shutdown/Furlough that have been unable to pay the January 1, 2019 Association assessment to seek relief.

The Association will require proof of employment by the Federal Government or an affected department thereof; that one is indeed affected by the Shutdown/Furlough and proof of Association Membership. This should include a federal government photo ID for Association Members on record with the HOA / Loudoun County as the owner of a property in Ashburn Farm. Or a state issued ID and/or utility bill along with a federal government ID, etc. You will need to provide the necessary information to the Association Office staff at the Windmill Community Center on Windmill Drive to be added to the Shutdown / Furlough Relief List.

01/14/2019

Ashburn Farm staff plans to begin snow removal from the townhome areas between 12 midnight and 3am, depending on conditions. Trails will also be cleared, unless school is closed Monday. If school is closed Monday, staff will clear the trails with snow removal equipment on Monday after the snow is over.
The Association will clear the parking lots of the snow that has accumulated this afternoon and will apply additional ice melt late this evening when there is less vehicle and pedestrian traffic. We will also be workimg on the trails and sidewalks by clearing them in the early morning hours and continue through the day tomorrow. Please use caution if walking on the trails.

Please call the Association office if further assistance is needed, 703-729-6680.
Thank you and please be safe and take caution!

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21400 Windmill Dr
Ashburn, VA
20147

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On September 3rd out esteemed Board saw fit to restrict your right to feed birds. This new resolution requires you to "apply" to exercise your right to help & feed birds. Please come on on Tuesday, October 1st and give voice to your displeasure at this restriction. Birds need our help.
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