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Office Hours Changing Print E-mail

Beginning October 2, 2017, the Proprietary Office will be open Monday-Friday from 8am-5pm.

 
Lock Your Vehicles! Print E-mail

The Loudoun County Sheriff's Department wants to remind residents to lock your vehicles!  Over the past two weeks, the LCSO has seen an increase in larcenies from vehicles due to doors being left unlocked. 

 

In the beginning of the summer, the LCSO joined the nationwide effort of posting a message every night to remind residents of locking their doors, securing windows and removing belongings under #9PMROUTINE.  In addition, the LCSO has been releasing survellance videos of these "car hopping's" to deter larcenies and help idenity the suspect(s).

 

The LCSO is also asking to immediately report all suspicious acitivity and vandalism, such as graffiti and damage to mailboxes by calling the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office non-emergency number at (703)777-1021.

 
CountrySide Is Helping Monarch Butterflies! Print E-mail

You may have seen the headlines: the Monarch butterfly population is in a steep decline owing to habitat loss and widespread pesticide use. CountrySide volunteers have banded together in an effort to make a difference. (read more)

 
Fall Fest Crafters Wanted Print E-mail

Fall Fest will be held on Saturday, October 7th from 12-4pm. 

 

We are currently looking for crafters wanting to become a vendor at Fall Fest.  This includes, flowers, jewelry, Avon/Mary Kay, Home Living, Painters, etc. 

 

CountrySide Residents - $20 for a space at Fall Fest

Non-CountrySide Residents - $25 for a space at Fall Fest

Please bring your own table and chairs.  If you need a table, you can rent one for a $10 fee (chairs not included).

 

If you are interested in being a crafter at Fall Fest, please contact Laura Roethlein via E-mail at Lauralr.cside@pmpbiz.com.

 
Let It Snow .... Print E-mail

While the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) has more than 1500 employees and pieces of equipment ready in the event of a storm, we hope you remember a few rules for safe driving in snowy weather:

  • Before you get behind the wheel, know the road conditions and weather forecast. For road conditions in Northern Virginia, call 703-383-VDOT (8368). For statewide highway information call the Highway Helpline at 800-367-ROAD.
  • Restrict travel until road crews have had a chance to clear the roads.
  • Keep vehicle windows, mirrors, roofs and lights clear of snow and ice.
  • WEAR YOUR SEAT BELT!
  • Allow extra travel time.
  • Know the road surface. Black ice is invisible and could be present.
  • Be alert to potentially icy areas like shady spots and bridges.
  • Keep a safe distance of at least 5 car lengths behind other vehicles.
  • Stay behind the snowplow: the road BEHIND the snowplow is safer.
  • Never cut between a caravan of snowplows.
  • Keep an emergency winter driving kit in your vehicle.
  • When snow is forecast try not to park on your subdivision street, particularly in a cul-de-sac.

Also, Please click here to see the Proprietary's snow removal policy and a listing of which streets are plowed by the Proprietary and those that are plowed by VDOT.

 

Be Safe!

 
Snow Removal Print E-mail
It's that time of year again to be thinking about the possibility of inclement weather.  Please click here to see our snow removal policy and a listing of which streets are plowed by the Proprietary and those that are plowed by VDOT.
 
Did you know we have nearly 10 miles of family hiking trails in CountrySide? Print E-mail

"Horsepen Run" is the gravel road that starts at the Parkway Parking lot; we have 9.3 miles of trails to the right and left of the gravel road.

There are signs at each entrance for the Eagle, Deer and Bobcat trails and there are ribbon markers to help you explore. 

Deer Trail - on the left side - pink ribbons

Bobcat Trail - on the left side - blue ribbons

CountrySide Trail - on the right and across the stream - orange ribbons

Eagle Trail - on the right side - white ribbons

For a printable map of the trails, please contact the office at 703-430-0715.

"Come; enjoy your CountrySide Nature Preserve."

 
Countywide Open Burning Ban in Effect Until Further Notice Due to Weather Print E-mail
Effective September 8, 2010, the Loudoun County Fire Marshal’s Office has issued a countywide open burning ban due to the extremely dry conditions as well as the Red Flag Warning issued by the National Weather Service. This means that open burning is prohibited countywide until further notice. It is anticipated that the ban will remain in effect until the area receives measurable precipitation. This regulation also applies to the seven incorporated towns within Loudoun County. Citizens are advised that violations of the open burning regulations are a Class 1 misdemeanor under the Loudoun County Fire Prevention Code.  Convictions may result in a fine of up to $2,500.00 and up to one year in jail.

 

For further information or questions regarding the open air burning restrictions, contact the Loudoun County Fire Marshal’s Office at 703-737-8600. Information is also available at www.loudoun.gov/firemarshal. Contact: Mary L. Maguire or Dustin Sternbeck, Department of Fire, Rescue & Emergency Management, 703-777-0333

 
Home-Based Business Resolution Print E-mail

Earlier this year, the CountrySide Board of Directors voted to create an Ad Hoc Home-Based Business Committee in an effort to further communicate with our residents on the issue of home-based businesses that was first raised last year.   The ad hoc committee has been meeting monthly and has agreed to a draft resolution to clarify how the Board will interpret and enforce the Covenant resolution addressing business use of dwellings in CountrySide.  The committee has been open to input from all residents of the community.  The committee believes that this draft resolution balances the desire of some residents to operate businesses out of their homes with the goal of maintaining the residential nature of CountrySide and conforming to our governing documents. 


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Finding County Information Online Print E-mail

Dear Neighbor,

 

With multiple land development applications (Kincora, Dulles Town Center) happening in and near our community, I thought it would be helpful to provide you with instructions on accessing county documents and information online.

 

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CountrySide - A Community on the Potomac... Print E-mail

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.

 
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