The drainage and trail replacement project consists of the reconstruction of the trail system from Telegraph Road to D’Evereaux Circle and work to provide a stabilized condition to help alleviate water ponding and soil erosion in the community common spaces behind various townhomes.
This first phase of this project is scheduled to begin on Monday May 1st, 2017. This will be the removal of the existing asphalt trail from Telegraph road to D'Evereaux Circle.
The trail is closed during this demolition and should not be used.
The following streets and areas will be impacted during the demolition phase:
Harbour Court (Fence Side)
Martinique (Fence Side)
More information on the project is available for review at the May 6th, 2017 Landscape Community Meeting at the Kingstowne Library at 1:00PM and event details can be found on the Calendar Page.
The landscape committee, working with Shenandoah Landscape, has identified dead, diseased, and pest infested trees around the community. These trees will need to be removed and the soil given time to mend before re-planting can take place.
The trees are marked with a colored tags and it is important that these tags are not removed so that the removal plan can proceed without any confusion. The quicker we are able to remove the dead trees the sooner we can proceed with planning and implementing a re-planting schedule. Please ask your children not to disturb these trees and the colored tags.
The landscape committee is working on the tree replanting schedule for the community and if any owner wants to be involved then please feel free to attend the upcoming landscape committee meetings, which can be found on the community calendar. Additionally, the committee is also accepting planting donations to move forward with a future butterfly garden.
The drainage and trail replacement project consists of the reconstruction of the trail system from Telegraph Road to D’Evereaux Circle and work to provide a stabilized condition to help alleviate water ponding and soil erosion in the community common spaces behind various townhomes. This project is the continuation of phases 2-5 of the trail replacement and drainage abatement plan. This project is scheduled to begin on May 1st, 2017.
The project was awarded to Ridge Limited Company and includes Brothers Paving as a subcontractor on this project. GJB Engineering was hired to provide engineering and field oversight on the project.
The following streets and areas will be impacted by this project:
Devereux Circle Drive
A information session is being offered before the April 27th, 2017 Board of Directors Mee...
Due to concerns of Rain the rain date of May 27, 2017 was selected. We have coordinated with Lake D'Evereux so we can hold the Yard Sales on the same dates.
Please join us for the Tartan Village Community Yard Sale. The Yard Sale will be held on May 13, 2017 starting at 8:00AM. Participants are to set up their goods along D’Evereux Circle Drive. All unsold items must be removed and your area must be cleaned up within 1 hour after the end of the Yard Sale. Let’s hope for some nice weather and good luck with your sales!
If you have any questions please contact the Tartan Village Community Outreach Committee at TVCO@tartanvillage.com
Please pick up after your pets. Our health may depend on it. Pet waste left on the grass or in the woods makes its way to storm drains every time it rains. Storm drains lead to lakes or streams that ultimately lead to our drinking water supply. Pet waste may carry disease-causing organisms. Additionally, believe it or not rats, mice and rodents can and will feed on pet waste leading to infestations.
Please be considerate of our community and pick up after your pets. It's not only the responsible thing to do it is the healthy thing to do. Finally, Fairfax County has the "pooper scooper" law which fines up to $250 for violation.
Thank you for being a good neighbor and picking up after your pets.
The Tartan Village Board of Directors are seeking to fill one board member vacancy.
Board member Stephanie Taylor has resigned from the Board of Directors and we are looking for Tartan Village owners/members that are interested in filling the reminder of Stephanie's term. If you would like to volunteer to support our community please complete the Statement of Candidacy Form and submit your form to NRP Community Manager Michelle Baquero at MBaquero@nrpartnersllc.com. Please submit your application by 5/8/2017.
Summer is just right around the corner and while Tartan Village doesn't have a dedicated Pool there are other options including Lee District and the VA Hills Swim Club. The VA Hills Swim Club reached out to the the Tartan Village Community Outreach (TVCO) and asked we shared some info.
VA Hills Swim Club – Home of the Tidal Wave Swim Team