There is only way to dispose of yard waste - thats by bundling and bagging it! Farmwell Hunt residents CAN NOT simply dump loose leaves, branches, and mown grass in a pile on the curb. If you do, IT WILL NOT BE PICKED UP and you WILL receive a citation. Trees branches should be trimmed down and tied together with twine while all other yard waste should be placed in clear plastic bags or biodegradable brown bads that are commoinly available at Home Depot and Lowes.
What type of social activities are you interested in seeing occur within the Farmwell Hunt Community? We are always open to new ideas. While a majority of our events are geared toward the children in our community, we are certainly open to conducting Adult-Oriented events if they can address the interests of a good cross-section of our community. A portion of your monthly HOA dues are used to fund a budget line specfically for "Social Committee" events. Of course, in order to hold these events, we do require volunteers to sponsor and coordinate such events.
Residents should be aware that there is a new Hemingway Drive "safety zone" that extends from Farmwell Road to the "Farmwell Hunt Signboard" just north of Sawyer Square. This area is marked with a yellow painted curb. Recently, there has been a substantial increase in the numberof cars parking on Hemingway; many appear to be from neighboring communities. Cars were parking right up to the corners and obstructing the line of sight from vehicles exiting from both Sawyer and Clemens Terrace. Loudoun County regulations 480.06 that "no vehicle may park within 20 feet of an intersection".
As you may have heard, planning and engineering studies are now in progress for the widening of Farmwell Road from its present 4 lane configuration to 6 lanes in addition to paralleling bike paths. The entire stretch of road will be widened from its western terminus at Ashburn Road to its eastern terminus at Waxpool Road and Smith Switch Road. This is definitely on the Loudoun County construction list, so THIS WILL HAPPEN. Engineering and permitting will occur in 2016, and the effort will commence sometime in mid-2017.
Thank you to the "10%" who attended our Annual HOA Meeting in March. During that meeting, four Board members were re-elected for another three year term. They are Greg Luczyk - HOA President, Glynn James - HOA Vice-President, Laurie Keefe - HOA Secretary, and Barry Milton. Their new term commenced in March of 2016 and continue through February 2019.
What do Robert Ludlum, Mark Twain, William Faulkner all have in common? All of these people are literary authors with streets within the boundaries of our community. In fact, all thirty-seven of the streets within the Farmwell Hunt community refer to an author, poet or writer.
A special reminder to all homeowners... Hemingway Drive IS the primary place to park for all visitors and guests. This street is open to all privately owned vehicles. Note that Loudoun County and VDOT do not allow the overnight parking of commercial vehicles on these streets. All vehicles should be parked parallel to the curb, and the passenger side of the vehicles MUST be adjacent to the curb. Vehicles must be at least 5 feet away from any street corner or fire hydrant. HIgh enforcemet of these regulations will occur in the Summer, so please be mindful of all regulations.
Was your trash bypassed on collection day? If so, please contact the vendor directly.
The point of contact at Republic Trash Services is Misty Grant. You may reach her at: 571.328.7548 or 540.216.9586. Her email address is MGrant5@republicservices.com
It is important to inform First Services also, but for fastest service - contact Republic first.
Sunday 7PM: Leave out large Republic trash tote.
Monday AM: Trash is collected.
Wednesday 7PM: Leave out Republic trash tote and recyclables.
Thursday AM: Trash & Recyclables collected.
PLEASE NOTE: Do not leave the trash curbside prior to 7PM. Homeowners who do not comply will be cited and fined.
Pool Open for the Season.
The Farmwell Hunt Pool is open for the Season. The pool will reopen on Saturday May 25th at 1030AM. You will see noticeable changes at the pool this year. Weekend Hours are 1030AM to 830PM. Weekday hours will be 4PM to 830PM during school days. Then, on June 14th, the hours are 1030AM to 830PM. The pool will CLOSE EARLY at 6PM on Independence Day July 4, 2019. The pool will remain open till Labor Day: Monday September 2 2019.
So why are strange people meeting in the woods in the early morning? Are they watching the migration pattern of the exotic RED squirrel? And why is that car trolling thru the neighborhood each morning at 3AM. It certainly isn't the Washington Post Delivery Boy. If you see something that looks suspicious then please say something. Your best bet is to contact the Sheriff's Department. If you don't make the call when the action is taking place, NOTHING will happen. E-mailing the HOA or putting your inquiry on "Nextdoor.Com" won't see the problem. If you consistently see strange behavior occuring, then please be a part of the Neighbporhood Crime Watch: Contact the Authorities. We want Farmwell Hunt to be a safe place for everyone, but it won't happen without YOUR HELP!
VDOT 4-Digit Street Number
All VDOT owned streets are assigned a 4-digit street number. Use this number when corresponding to VDOT regarding streets repairs, potholes, and other unsafe road conditions. This signage is affixed to a pole at the nearest intersection.
Want to register for this site? Email email@example.com with your name, current address, and email and if you are validated an account will be created for you. An active registration is necessary to receive the HOA newsletter. Note this site is volunteer run and for the community, this email is to be used for this website issues only. Please contact First Service if you have business with the HOA.
Clubhouse Rental & Use
Interested in renting or using our clubhouse? If you are a homeowner in good standing, simply position your cursor at the top of the page in the green bar area, Click on the tab labeled: "Clubhouse Rental". You will see a series of documents. Click on the one labeled, "Clubhouse Rental. A $300 deposit is required for all renters.". Click to download this PDF file.
Farmwell Hunt Clubhouse
Are you making an archtiectural improvement to your home or landscaping? If so, you must complete an Architectural Modifaction Form. Please sign in and access: Forms and Documents.
The Farmwell Hunt Clubhouse
Our clubhouse is relatively comfy in size. Here it in during the Lunch with Santa.
2019 Monthly HOA Meeting Times
Effective in 2019, our monthly HOA Meetings are now held on the FOURTH WEDNESDAY of the month. The meetings begin promptly at 7PM. All meetings, with the exception of the Annual Meeting, are held at the Farmwell Hunt Clubhouse. Pizza and refreshments are served, and all homeowners are welcome. Note, that the Homeowners Forum is held for 15 minutes from 705PM to 720PM; this is an opportunity for residents to express their concerns or provide suggestions regarding activities in the community.
Our Association Manager is: Bethany Morales. Please email her at:firstname.lastname@example.org Also note that FirstService also has a new address: 11351 Random Hills Road, Suite 500, Fairfax Virginia 22030. Customer Service Hotline: 703.385.1133
Your monthly HOA dues cover the cost of trash collection in our community. All trash must be placed in garbage totes that are provided by the Vendor Republic. Large blue totes are for your regular garbage. You can place your garbage at the curb on Sunday and Wednesday evenings after 7PM. Under normal operating conditions, the trash is collected on Monday and Thursday mornings between the hours of 7AM and 10AM. Recyclables are only collected once a week on Thursday between the hours of 10AM and 3PM. Recyclables include paper and glass. These items MUST BE placed in the BLUE totes. Of special note: Yard waste including dead branches and leaves are collected ON MONDAY. THEY ARE NEVER placed in either a green or blue tote. Instead, store and bind them in a brown yard waste bag or a clear plastic bag. Garbage collection is SUSPENDED during SNOW EVENTS; typically, this is when the snow accumlaution is more than 5 inches in depth. In that case, retrieve your totes from the curb and store them in the garage until the next regularly scheduled trash collection day. Loudoun County regularly schedules HAZARDOUS WASTE collection dates. You must bring hazrdous waste to these collecton sites" this would inclulde any chemicals, liquids, paints, and car batteries. REPUBLIC WILL NOT pick up hazardous waste. Check the Loudoun County website for a definition of hazardous waster materials. NOTE: All Republic blue totes MUST BE STORED in YOUR GARAGE. It is NEVER acceptable to store your garbage totes outside. YOU WILL BE CITED by the HOA if your garbage totes are stored outside.
A to Z Farmwell Hunt 2019 Contact List
Please print out this 4 page listing of important contacts for the community. Save this for future reference. Access the "A to Z" Tab on the Top to access the PDF file.