WCA Owner/Tenant Contact Update Form

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Maintaining current contact information helps the board and its committees reach owners and tenants with important board announcements as well as during emergency events such as a water/gas main break or to report storm damage to vehicles or other property.  Each owner and paying tenant should complete a separate form.  Non-resident owners should enter their address at the end of the form.  Note: You do NOT need to have a Google account in order to update and submit the form.

June 30, 2020

Hunter Mill District News, June 29, 2020

June 29, 2020

To My Hunter Mill District Neighbors:

The Board of Supervisors will receive a COVID-19 update from our county Health Director Dr. Gloria Addo-Ayensu tomorrow during the Health and Human Services Committee Meeting at 1:30 p.m. You can watch the live stream here. Fortunately, we are still seeing a decline in new cases (albeit a smaller decline) and Fairfax County is expected to be with the rest of the state when Governor Northam transitions Virginia to Phase 3 reopening this Wednesday,

June 25, 2020

Hunter Mill District News, June 24, 2020

June 24, 2020

To My Hunter Mill District Neighbors:

Governor Northam announced yesterday that Virginia is scheduled to go to Phase 3 of reopening next week on Wednesday, July 1. Based on our data, Fairfax County continues to meet the necessary criteria and looks likely to go to Phase 3 with the rest of the state (also, below see chart and graphs of relevant data prepared by my office). We are by no means out of the pandemic, but reopening will enable us to move forward as long as everyone does their part and follows health

June 22, 2020

Hunter Mill District News, June 22, 2020

June 22, 2020

To My Hunter Mill District Neighbors:

Fairfax Public Department officials caution us that the COVID-19 virus is still very much affecting our communities. And understandably, interest in the COVID-19 case data remains high. So we are improving the way we present data also shown in the chart below. We heard you and with assistance from our talented summer intern Matthew, we will be providing the following graphs:
  • 7-Day Test Positivity Rate 
  • Day to Day Change in Tests Reported
  • Today’s Cases Reported 
  • % COVID-19 Hospitalized to Total Bed Capacity
  • Total Beds Occupied to Total Bed Capacity
Click on the graphic above to get to the graphs. And we welcome your feedback at huntermill@fairfaxcounty.gov. Beginning Wednesday, the link will appear in the regular Today's Updates presentation of COVID-19 case data.
Please continue to follow public health guidelines to keep yourself and your family health, and so that we can make our way out of this pandemic. 

A reminder that the Board of Supervisors is

June 19, 2020

Reston Association Newsletter, June 19, 2020

June 19, 2020
RA to Open Four Pools this Month

Reston Association will open four of its pools – one in each RA district – on June 29. The pools will be open seven days a week and will be accessible to members and non-members who have a valid 2020 Recreation Pass. To comply with state regulations, the pools will only be available for lap swimmers and water walkers who reserve time and for instructional fitness programs. Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam’s executive order does not permit recreational/open swimming at this time.

“I’d like to thank our members for their patience as we navigate through the governor’s Phase 2 regulations,” said RA CEO, Hank Lynch. “In order to fully form and communicate a safe plan for opening pools, we needed to wait for state and local officials to provide specific guidance.

“We understand how important the pools are to our membership,” said Lynch. “Our staff has worked around the clock towards the goal of opening as many pools as we could in a way that is in compliance with government mandates. We encourage our members to take advantage of all outdoor exercise opportunities as we collectively adjust to new norms during this ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.”

The pools to open this month include Lake Newport (North Point District), Newbridge (South Lakes District), Glade (Dogwood/Hunters Woods District) and Golf Course Island (Lake Anne/Tall Oaks District). These aquatics facilities were

Hunter Mill District News, June 17, 2020

June 17, 2020

To My Hunter Mill District Neighbors:

As I noted in Monday's update, the COVID-19 numbers in our area are improving but we must continue to be cautious and follow health guidelines. This is especially essential for our older adults and people with underlying health conditions. Good advice from Fairfax Health Director Dr. Gloria Addo Ayensu - “Before venturing out, it is important for you to consider your own personal situation and the risks it poses to you, your family and your community. Just because you can go to more places doesn’t mean you should.” The CDC provides some really helpful guidance on errands and going out - I encourage you to take a look.
In addition, please review these three steps to take care of your health from the Fairfax County Health Department:
Step 1. Minimize Your Risk 
  •  In general, the more closely you interact with others and the longer that interaction, the higher the risk of COVID-19 spread. That’s why you are safer at home and should limit in-person contact. Let your family and friends know this is the time for social distancing but not social isolation.
Step 2. Make a Plan
  • Talk with family members now to determine who will help you if you get sick.
  • Recognize that caring for a sick family member puts you at greater risk for illness. Make a caregiving plan now for ill family members.
Step 3. Follow Health Recommendations
  • Wash hands frequently or use hand sanitizer
  • Cover your coughs/sneezes with a tissue or into your elbow
  •  Avoid close contact with people who are sick
  •  Clean and disinfect surfaces and things you touch often (tables, chairs, doorknobs) to remove germs.
  • Get rest and stay hydrated
Also on Monday, I

June 16, 2020

Hunter Mill District News, June 15, 2020

June 15, 2020

To My Hunter Mill District Neighbors:

See below for our most recent data on COVID-19 cases. As we are finishing our fourth day in Phase 2, the data locally and regionally continue to improve. But please let’s all use common sense this summer – the virus is still very much among us!

On another topic – today marks a major milestone in the history of U.S. human rights law. Thank you U.S. Supreme Court for ruling that federal anti-discrimination laws protect gay and transgender employees - we are ALL created equal under our U.S. Constitution. Read the U.S. Supreme Court Ruling.
I also want to bring to your attention that the Board of Supervisors will be having a timely and critical discussion with our Fairfax County Police Department tomorrow, June 16 during the Public Safety Committee Meeting at

June 11, 2020

Hunter Mill District News, June 10, 2020

Volume 5 | June 2020
June 10, 2020

To My Hunter Mill District Neighbors:

Yesterday, June 9, the Board of Supervisors issued a joint statement on racial equity - I encourage you to take a few minutes to

June 8, 2020

Hunter Mill District News, June 8, 2020

June 8, 2020

To My Hunter Mill District Neighbors:

We have heard a lot in the last few months about taking care of our physical health, which has been critical during the pandemic. But we also need to focus on our mental health as the stress and anxiety related to months-long social isolation and for some, job loss and financial insecurity, take a toll. The county has put together five tips to promote positive mental health - I hope you find these

June 6, 2020

Hunter Mill District News, Jun 5, 2020

June 5, 2020

To My Hunter Mill District Neighbors:

With so much going on in our world and community right now, I do want to take a moment to congratulate our graduating high school and college students in the Hunter Mill District.

It may seem like a scary time to be leaving families and homes to go to college or enter the workforce (especially scary for us parents), but the glass is more than half full. First, this year there are

June 4, 2020

Hunter Mill District News, June 3, 2020

June 3, 2020

To My Hunter Mill District Neighbors:

I have heard from many of you regarding the need for a comprehensive public health strategy including testing, contact tracing and isolation/quarantine assistance. Yesterday, the Board of Supervisors received an update on our strategy from the Fairfax County Health Department Director Dr. Gloria Addo-Ayensu and Medical Epidemiologist Dr. Benjamin Schwartz. You can watch the presentation here. The current public health strategy includes concentrating testing in "hot spots" such as long-term care facilities and communities with a high number of cases, as well as for people who are ill. For more information, I encourage you to review yesterday's presentation.
I also want you to be aware that there are more than 20 sites across the Fairfax Health District that are

June 2, 2020

Hunter Mill District News, June 1, 2020

June 1, 2020

To My Hunter Mill District Neighbors:

As the pain and anger simmers about the brutal murder of George Floyd – an injustice that also resonates with so many – I remain hopeful that serious and constructive conversations can take place between and among the governed and the governing, including our public safety agencies. Here are my