May 17, 2017

The 2017 annual inspections will begin in late Spring of 2017 and will be conducted by National Realty Partners (NRP) management company.  

A full front and rear inspection will be conducted of each property using the current Architectural Guidelines.  You can read more about the inspection in the May 15, 2017 Community Update sent to each owner on file with the Management Company.  Please click HERE to read more.

Common Violations Include:

  • Repair and paint wood rot around widnows, doors, general house trim, etc.

  • Upkeep, and/or clean painted areas, such as wood trim, windows/door frames, painted foundations, ect.

  • Power wash / keep clean: Vinyl siding, painted foundations, walkouts, etc.

  • Repair / replace damaged windows, window screens, etc.

  • Maintain landscaping and control weeds of yards, flower beds/foundation beds, including trim plants, shrubs and trees within beds, etc.

  • Remove trash cans and other occasionally used objects from public view

  • Repair crac...

May 2, 2017

On April 21, 2017, the trash vendor truck accidentally knocked down a streetlight on Martinique.
This incident was immediately reported to NRP and Dominion Power by concerned homeowners.
Dominion has confirmed that they will dispatch a repair crew to cut power to the fixture and remove the fixture in the next 24-48 hours.

The replacement of the fixture will take place in about two months.

The repair and replacement are at no cost to association. If any costs should occur, the trash vendor has confirmed they will cover any associated costs.

If you have questions or concerns about this, please contact NRP.


May 1, 2017

The warm weather is here and most of us will look forward to vacations, BBQ parties, and other outdoor activities.  However, with the warm weather comes mosquitoes.  

Fairfax County provides the below recommendations to help reduce and prevent mosquito bites.

Ways to Control Mosquitoes in your Yard:

  • Treat standing water: Larvicides can help to control mosquito breeding sites.  These can be bought at your local hardware store like Home Depot or Lowes.

  • Spray your Yard: Used carefully, an insecticide can help eliminate mosquitoes.

How to Protect Yourself and Your Family:

  • Defend yourself: Wear insect repellent.

  • Avoid peak times: Stay indoors at dawn and early evening.

  • Dress right: Wear long, loose and light-colored clothing when outdoors.

  • Keep them outside: Install, repair or replace screens on both windows and doors.

Learn more about Mosquito Prevention at:


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