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.

August 28, 2020

Reston Association News, August 28, 2020


Aug. 28, 2020
Topic: See What's Been Going on at the Nature Center

Reston Association videos, including Reston Today, are produced by the association and can be accessed weekly from RA News.

RA Staff and Board Members to Hold Virtual Meetings

Restonians will have five

August 26, 2020

Hunter Mill District News, Aug. 26, 2020

Aug. 26, 2020

Dear Neighbors,

This weekend we will mark the 57th anniversary of the March on Washington when Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered his historic “I Have a Dream” speech. The 1963 march, attended by more than 200,000 people, is now widely viewed as a landmark moment in our nation’s struggle for civil rights.

But as we mark this anniversary with a 2020 Virtual March on Washington we should also remember that the civil rights movement was not always popular with the majority of Americans. For example, Gallup’s compendium of favorability rankings of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. show that in 1966 Dr. King scored a 63% unfavorable rating in the Gallup survey. By 2011 – 43 years after his assassination – his unfavorable rating was down to 4%. The lesson from this look back is that

August 19, 2020

Hunter Mill District News, August 19, 2020


Aug. 19, 2020

Dear Neighbors,

Next week on Wednesday, Aug. 26, we will be celebrating Women’s Equality Day 2020, which marks the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. As noted by the county's Commission for Women, while certainly an historic win for women's rights, the 19th Amendment did not guarantee suffrage for all women. Native Americans did not gain the right to vote until 1924. For Asian Pacific Islander Americans, it was 1952. African Americans and Latin Americans suffered voter suppression in the southern states until passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965 and 1975.
Fast forward to 2020 and following in the footsteps of the resolute suffragists, women are now registering to vote and turning out to vote in greater percentages than men. Even better news is that women are running for office in unprecedented numbers and are active in all levels of our government. This is all cause for

August 12, 2020

Hunter Mill District News, August 12, 2020

Aug. 12, 2020

Dear Neighbors,

The last thing anyone should be worried about during the pandemic is losing their home. And yet a number of county and Virginia residents have been facing the very real fear of eviction due to the economic downturn from the pandemic.

I was happy to hear from Governor Northam that the commonwealth has halted all eviction proceedings related to failure to pay rent through Sept. 7. This is a critical step for keeping our residents in their homes. In addition, Fairfax County is working with local landlords to launch a housing stability pledge for residents who demonstrate a significant financial impact from the COVID-19 pandemic.

If you know of someone who needs

August 5, 2020

Hunter Mill District News, August 5, 2020

Aug. 5, 2020

Dear Neighbors,

While our area ended up with little impact from Tropical Storm Isaias, many of our neighboring jurisdictions and states were not as fortunate. Isaias was a really good reminder that we need to be prepared for the next storm. Fairfax County has several ways for you to stay informed about storms and other emergencies that may impact us and our families. I encourage you to sign up and subscribe today, if you haven't already.
  • Sign up for Fairfax Alerts to get text messages and/or emails for updates on weather, traffic, public safety and several other topics including Elections.
  • Follow the county's Office of Emergency Management on Twitter @ReadyFairfax
  • Subscribe to the Fairfax County Emergency Blog
  • For road closure information, subscribe to the Fairfax County Police Department's news blog or follow on Twitter @FairfaxCountyPD
As we did with Isaias (and ongoing through the pandemic),

August 4, 2020

Reston Association Cluster Connect, Aug. 4, 2020

Covenants Portal Now Available to Members

Have your members ever requested copies of past property records or wished for more direct means of contact with their Covenants Advisor? Covenants Administration has recently launched the “Covenants Portal” system as a new tool to expand communication between member property owners, Cluster Associations and Covenants Advisors. This new feature is free of charge and available to all members. Users can access archived property records, submit Design Review Board applications, message directly with their Covenants Advisor, and access important documents and forms through the portal. To request an invitation to establish your Covenants Portal account, please contact your Covenants Advisor to