Monday, July 10, 2017

WPCA Board Meeting, Thursday, July 13 at 7PM

The July WPCA Board Meeting will be held on Thursday, July 13th at 7 PM in the Heron House art gallery.  The agenda is:

1. Review minutes from June meeting
2. Finance report
3. Signage report - review of art work and selection of contractor
4. A block bulkheads
5. H block lighting
6. Parking
7. National Historic Places designation
8. Refuse Collection Contract

Monday, June 5, 2017

Pictures from the June 4th Potluck Picnic

The picnic had lots of people, great food and smashing weather.  See pictures under the People tab.

Monday, May 22, 2017

Cluster Potluck Picnic - Sunday, June 4th

The WPCA Spring Potluck Picnic will be held on the K-Block lawn (canal side - enter lawn at the Van Gogh bridge) from 4 PM til dark.  

Hot dogs, hamburgers, lemonade, iced tea and paper goods will be provided (please bring a side dish or dessert to share, and other drinks to your taste).  

Call Fran (703) 429-1117 or email for more information.  

Wednesday, April 26, 2017

RELAC Air Conditioning News

Marc Waddell, the President of RELAC, has advised that although the official RELAC startup date is May 22 or the 2nd consecutive 80 degree day in May, RELAC is pushing their schedule to try to get it operational by this Friday April 28th.  

RELAC's website will have the status:   

Thursday, April 6, 2017

Trash, Recycling and Yard Waste Guidelines

Our trash contractor, American Disposal Services, provides guidelines for trash, recycling and yard waste.  The guidelines are posted under Homeowner Information on the Documents tab.

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Yard Waste Container Rule

    The Cluster has received the a letter from our refuse collection contractor, American Disposal Services, regarding an earlier announcement that yard waste would only be accepted in paper yard waste bags.  As explained in the excerpt below, this change will not take place as announced. Although plastic bags are still acceptable, ADS advises that clear plastic bags must be used for yard waste.

RE: Plastic Bags for use with Yard Waste Still Accepted in Fairfax County

Dear Valued Customer,

     We informed you recently of the County’s new rules for yard waste collection, specifically about plastic bags. The regulatory change that affects how yard waste is collected has been postponed indefinitely. Therefore, at this time there will be no change to our collection procedure and we will accept plastic bags. If anything does change later, we will notify you at that time. However, we would like to encourage the use of bio-degradable paper bags and or the use of personal containers marked for “yard debris”.

     The best alternative is to leave grass clippings on the lawn, where they will quickly biodegrade and add nutrient value to your lawn. If you choose to use plastic bags, please remember they must be clear plastic bags. We do not accept black plastic bags or bags that cannot be easily identified as yard debris material.

     We appreciate your business and look forward to continuing to provide you with the highest level of service.

Thank You,

American Disposal Services

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Lake Anne Village Center Historic District

To:  Washington Plaza Cluster Members

From:  Geoff Hurwitz, President, WPCA Board

Subject:  Lake Anne Village Center Historic District

You should have received a letter from the Virginia Department of Historic Resources (DHR) Virginia's historic preservation office, regarding the nomination of Lake Anne Village, including our entire cluster, to the National Register of Historic Places and the Virginia Landmarks Register.

The DHR will conduct a public information hearing beginning at 7:00 pm in the JoAnn Rose Gallery, Reston Lake Anne Community Center.  The purpose of this hearing is both informational and to provide an opportunity for public participation including the right of stakeholders to state their support for, or objection to, listing in the registers.

The WPCA Board has determined that this listing is in the best interest of our cluster and will communicate our support for the listing.  The listing is outstanding recognition of the unique architectural significance of our homes, and may also provide assistance to our ongoing preservation activities.  Further, the Board sees no disadvantages of being listed on these Registers.  We encourage individual cluster homeowners to comment as well.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions or comments.


Cell: 703-336-3793