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CountrySide - A Community on the Potomac...

CountrySide, a master planned community, consists of 2,539 homes (1253 single family, 1168 town homes, 16 manor homes, and 102 condominium units in the Villa's). The community was completed in 1991, and the homeowners' association is known as the CountrySide Proprietary.

The purpose of this site is to provide homeowners of our community with easy access to our association and information relevant to our neighborhood and community.

Spring Clean Up

Saturday April 26th

10-11am (to pick up supplies and have a brekfast snack)

Parkway Pool Parking Lot

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Swimming with the CountrySide Waves and Ripples

Hopefully by now the temperature is heating up and the pools will be opening before you know it. Pool safety is a common concern for all parents and as a CountrySide resident; you have excellent options available to prepare your kids for a safe summer at the pool, without ever leaving your neighborhood. (read more)

Titan Pool Service, Inc

Titan Pool Service, Inc. is excited to announce that we will be joining CountrySide to provide pool management services for the summer of 2014.  The owners, Mark Perri and Kelly Phillips, are long-time Northern Virginia residents and have been working in the pool industry for over 15 years.  This will be Titan’s 9th season serving communities in Northern Virginia.  We are particularly looking forward to working with an established community that is as involved as CountrySide.  We pride ourselves on becoming part of a team and are dedicated to providing quality service and keeping your facilities safe and clean.  We will be holding interviews in April for any residents interested in a lifeguarding position.  Please feel free to drop by the Proprietary Office to pick up a flyer detailing our hiring and training options!  You may also contact us at:  We look forward to meeting you!

Creating a Butterfly Garden

I have some milkweed growing in one of my garden beds. But I have a confession to make: two springs ago, I ripped a bunch of it out. I thought, “I have plenty; what’s the harm?” Plus, I had just brought home a carful of flowers from Lowe’s. Without another thought for the milkweed, I planted the new flowers in its place. It was only a year later, after I joined Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy and learned that the monarch butterfly is in grave danger from habitat loss, that I realized milkweed—literally—is the only place a female monarch will lay her eggs. Without milkweed, there is no monarch. It’s that simple. (read more)

Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy

Recommends fresh approach to Lyme disease prevention. In early February, the Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy released a position paper, posted at, making the case for a fresh approach to Lyme disease prevention in Loudoun County.  (read more)

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