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.

January 20, 2021

Hunter Mill District News - January 19, 2021


Jan. 19, 2021

Dear Neighbors,

First, some much needed good news for Reston residents of Hunter Mill District. Money magazine has named Reston #1 in the 10 Best Places to Live if You Work From Home. Reston's many amenities, including green space, connectivity and retail were some of the reasons that were cited. Way to go Reston!
It continues to be a busy week for the vaccine rollout. Among the many questions my office has received is how will people know if their request for a vaccine appointment has been received by the Health Department. After you fill out the pre-screening questionnaire and submit, you will receive a confirmation reply three times; as an email, as a text (if you have text capability) and as a recorded phone message if you answer the phone, or as a voicemail if the phone is not answered.
Your e-mail will look like this:
Subject: COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment Questionnaire Submitted
**This is a message from the Fairfax County Health Department**
Please click here to acknowledge receipt of this message
Thank you for your submission.
The Health Department will call or email you to schedule an appointment. Please continue to monitor your email. Based on high demand and limited

January 17, 2021

Vaccination Scheduling Update - January 16, 2021, 4:30pm


Jan. 16 (4:30 p.m.) Update on Vaccine Rollout
Saturday, Jan. 16

This week, more than 40,000 people registered online or over the phone to receive their COVID-19 vaccine from the Health Department. This includes people age 75+ and healthcare workers who are eligible in the 1a and 1b categoriesUnfortunately, vaccine supply remains very limited and not all of eligible residents have been able to secure appointments yet.

These numbers will continue to grow as we begin accepting registrations on Monday, Jan. 18 for people age 65 and older and people age 16-64 with a high-risk medical condition or disability that increases their risk of severe illness from COVID-19.

We ask for your patience as it may take months to get through these priority groups. There are plans to increase options for vaccine in pharmacies and health care provider options, which over time will give people more choices.
While you wait, we hope you will take the time to review the information below.

Second Dose Process
While vaccine supply continues to remain very limited, we expect

January 14, 2021

Vaccination Scheduling Update - January 14, 2021


Jan. 14 Update on Vaccine Rollout
Additional Information Provided By Fairfax County Health Department

Here are answers to some of the most common questions we are receiving in the Hunter Mill District office. Additional updates will be provided as soon as information is made available from the Health Department.

There remains a lot of confusion among seniors about what must be done to pre-register/register for a COVID vaccine?
Information about how to sign up is available online – specifically the drop down menu “How do I get vaccinated if I’m eligible.” To get an appointment, adults age 75+ can either call 703-324-7404 (Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.) or fill out the pre-screening form. The prescreening form webpage explains what information residents should be prepared to share, including contact information, demographics, medical history, etc. When residents use the phone option, they will be assisted in filling out the same registration over the phone. If they complete the online form, they will be contacted to schedule an appointment. This form will be updated soon to allow residents to schedule a time themselves online if they meet the requirements.
Is it better to use the online form, call or both?
Residents should use whichever method is most appropriate for them. The online option is the preferred option while the call-in option is in place to assist individuals who may have difficulty accessing or using the online option or need language assistance. There is no reason to do both and doing so makes it more difficult for people that have no option but to use the phone to get their call answered in a timely fashion. If you have completed the form, that is sufficient and you will be contacted by the Health Department to schedule the appointment.
I pre-registered online, but did not call. What should I expect?
The Health Department will contact you to schedule an appointment. It will take some number of weeks to get through the 1b phase but your registration is in queue and you will be contacted to schedule an appointment as vaccine supply and appointments become available.
My family member was able to pre-register. Do they have fill out the new form once its available? 
No, they do not need to fill out a new form. If someone filled out the form this week, they will be contacted by the Health Department to schedule an appointment. No additional steps are needed.
What is the approximate response time for a pre-screen form response?
Due to the heavy volume of people who have completed the form, the Health Department cannot give a specific timeframe, but you will be contacted as quickly as possible. It will take several weeks to get through the 1b phase but your registration is in the queue and you will be contacted to schedule an appointment as vaccine supply and appointments become available. 

When can I expect to sign up for my appointment online?
The online pre-screening form will be updated very soon with the ability to for eligible residents to schedule appointments online themselves. 

Information Update From Inova
Inova Health System is proud to partner with the Fairfax County Health Department to begin vaccinations for Frontline Essential Workers as Virginia expands into Phase 1b of its COVID-19 Vaccination Plan. During the past few weeks, Inova has been offering the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to any healthcare worker covered in Phase 1a of the Commonwealth’s Vaccination Plan. Inova has administered more than 30,000 doses of vaccine so far and is moving quickly to expand our operations so we can begin safely welcoming new populations to our vaccination clinics.
According to the VDH COVID-19 Vaccine Plan, frontline essential workers in phase 1b must be prioritized by Order of Vaccination Planning to manage supply and volume. Based on this guidance, Inova is working in partnership with local health districts to coordinate scheduling and vaccination sites for specific groups they have requested our assistance with.
Local health districts will reach out to engage the frontline essential worker groups as they become eligible. The following Fairfax County groups are eligible to receive a vaccine through Inova.
  • Law enforcement / Corrections, and Fire / Hazmat (effective Jan 11, 2021) –
  • Public and private schools within Fairfax County (effective Jan 16, 2021) – Scheduling instructions are available through your employer and/or county.
What you need to know right now:
  • Inova’s central vaccination clinic is not able to vaccinate individuals age 75+ who are not employed in a priority group at this time. More information on vaccination options for individuals in the general public age 75+ will be available on Inova.org/covid19 and here.
  • People should not schedule an appointment for a COVID-19 vaccine with Inova unless they have been instructed to do so by their local health district, public safety jurisdiction, or school district. Appointments are required.
  • If someone schedules an appointment for a vaccine, but does not meet specific eligibility requirements, they may be turned away based on the Commonwealth’s guidance and not receive a COVID-19 vaccine at that time.
  • Proof of identity and eligibility is required upon arrival to our vaccination clinic for someone to receive a vaccination. The list of acceptable proof is provided upon registration so individuals can prepare for their appointment.
  • Inova has administered more than 30,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine since mid-December and our team members are eager to welcome new populations to our clinics.
At this time we are not yet vaccinating the following 1b groups. Check our website (link below) frequently for more updates as we expand operations to accommodate additional groups.
  • Homeless shelter workers
  • Childcare workers
  • Food and Agriculture (including Veterinarians)
  • Manufacturing
  • Grocery store workers
  • Public transit workers
  • Mail carriers (USPS and private)
  • Officials needed to maintain continuity of government (includes judges and public facing judicial workers)
For the latest information related to Inova Health System’s vaccine efforts, please visit: https://www.inova.org/patient-and-visitor-information/covid-19-advisory#vaccine

Stay Informed

Hunter Mill District of Fairfax County | 1801 Cameron Glen DriveReston, VA 20190

Hunter Mill District News - January 1, 2021


Jan. 13, 2021

Dear Neighbors,

This week has been a busy one on the vaccination front. With the Governor and the Virginia Department of Health announcing last Friday the commencement of the Phase 1b rollout on Monday, the vaccine registration system operated by the Fairfax County Health Department was flooded with literally hundreds of thousands of calls. I share your frustration that the county was not prepared for the enormous response. Improvements to the vaccine registration and scheduling system have been made and are ongoing. As chair of the Board of Supervisor's IT Committee, I put this at the top of yesterday's meeting and you can watch the video of the meeting here.
One of the most repeated questions we have heard is regarding when an eligible resident can expect to hear back with an appointment after filling out the online pre-registration form. Unfortunately, there is not yet a simple answer. In order to schedule a vaccine appointment, the Health Department has to know how much vaccine they will receive and have on hand. Our Health Department is often getting significant lower amounts of vaccine doses requested or expected. It is an enormous day-to-day planning challenge. The current plan is that you will be contacted for an appointment when the Health Department knows they have a sufficient number of doses. Not the answer many of us want, but we must try to remain patient during what is the largest vaccine deployment in our country's history.
That said, I have been assured by the county executive that efforts are underway to improve our processes and it is the county's top priority to get vaccines into arms as soon as possible. I also promise to provide you with important updates as soon as they are available via this newsletter email list, as well as my Twitter and Facebook platforms.
Information is constantly being changed and updated, so I encourage you to

January 11, 2021

Hunter Mill District News, January 11, 2021, 2 p.m.


Jan. 11 (2 p.m.) Update on Vaccine Rollout
Online Vaccine Registration Now Available For 1a and 1b Populations

There are two steps to schedule a COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment Online:

The Pre-Screen provides us with basic contact information and confirms your eligibility for vaccine, and will only take moments to complete. Once your eligibility is confirmed, you will complete a Vaccine Appointment Questionnaire. The questionnaire will take about 10 minutes to complete and you will need to be prepared to share: 
  • Contact information
  • Demographics (birthdate, etc.)
  • Answers to some medical history questions. This ensures you do not have any medical issues that would give reason to not be vaccinated
  • An active email address

Within a few days, the Health Department will call or email you to schedule an appointment. 

January 9, 2021

Hunter Mill District News, January 9, 2021


Vaccinations Begin Week of Jan. 11
for Eligible 1b Populations
The Virginia Department of Health has announced that select health districts in Virginia, including Fairfax County, will begin vaccinating priority group 1b the week of Jan. 11. This includes adults age 75 and older; people living in correctional facilities, homeless shelters and migrant labor camps; and frontline essential workers.

Frontline essential workers are in sectors essential to the functioning of society and are at substantially higher risk of exposure to COVID-19 because they cannot work remotely. Frontline essential workers include police, fire, hazmat corrections and homeless shelter workers; childcare/k-12 teachers/staff; food and agriculture; manufacturing; grocery store workers; public transit workers; mail carriers; and officials needed to maintain continuity of government.

In accordance with the Virginia Department of Health, the