Dominion Station

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Architecture Review Committee

The Architectural Review Committee (ARC) meets on the third Monday of each month.

The ARC was established in order to assure that the Property shall always be maintained in a manner:

  1. providing for viusal harmony and soundness of repair;
  2. avoiding activities deleterious to the aesthetic or property values of the Property; and
  3. promoting the general welfare and safety of the Owners, such Owners' tenants and such Owners' (or tenants') households, guests, employees, agents and invitees.

Any exterior modifications or additions to your home or property must first be reviewed and approved by the ARC. The design guidelines, exterior project requirements, application for modifications, and application instructions may be found in the FAQs & Forms section of this web site.

Contact information for the ARC may be found in the Contacts section of this web site.


Board of Director Meetings

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Communities thrive when more people participate. If you want to know what is going on in the community and what concerns residents of the community, please attend homeowners association meetings.

The Board of Directors holds monthly meetings on the fourth Tuesday of the month, starting at 6:30 p.m. in the community center.

If you have any issues, concerns, or ideas that you believe should be brought to the attention of the community, each meeting starts with a 15 minute open forum. Each speaker is given 5 minutes to present his or her issue.

No issue will be resolved during the open forum. This portion of the meeting is to make neighbors and the Board aware of the issues. In order to keep the Board meetings from running late, issues, concerns and ideas will be duly noted in the minutes and discussed by the Board outside the open forum presentations.

In 2007, the Board started putting meeting minutes online. Residents may read official transcriptions of the meeting minutes on this web site.

Read the official meeting minutes.


Board of Directors

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The Board of Directors is responsible for adopting, amending, and/or repealing the rules and regulations that govern the use and enjoyment of the community property.

The Board is comprised of 5 elected homeowner volunteers, each of which serves elected, staggered 3-year terms.

Email addresses of the Board Members may be found in the Contacts section of this web site.

Additionally, the Board of Directors reviews and approves the annual budget.

Download the 2015 HOA Budget


Dominion Station

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Developed by Winchester Homes in 1992, with units also built by Pulte Homes, Dominion Station is a neighborhood made up of 493 townhomes in Sterling, Virginia.

The community, located north of West Church Road and bisected by Magnolia Road, is comprised of the following streets: Baggett Terrace, Box Car Square, Golden Spike Terrace, Grand Central Square, Guilford Station Terrace, Hutchens Square, Iron Horse Terrace, Manning Square, Reading Terrace, Thompson Square, Trestle Terrace, and Whitcomb Square.

Community amenities include a pool, community center, tennis court, walking paths, and tot lots.

The Dominion Station Homeowners Association oversees the management, maintenance and preservation of the common areas and is run by a Board of Directors made up of community residents, who volunteer their time and are elected through a normal process established in Association Documents.


Homeowners Association

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Dominion Station Homeowners Association was established in 1992 by declaration recorded among the land records of Loudoun County, Virginia, to provide for the management, maintenance and preservation of the common areas and improvements thereon.

The Association is a nonstock corporation organized and existing under the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia, charged with the duties and vested with the powers prescribed by law and set forth in the Association Documents.

Members of the Association shall at all times be, and be limited to Persons who constitute Owners of the Lots. If more than one Person owns a Lot, then all of the Persons who own such Lot shall collectively constitute one Owner and be one member of the Association. Each Person is entitled to attend all meetings of the Association. Membership in the Association is mandatory and automatic with ownership of a Lot.

Unless otherwise specifically provided in the Act or the Association Documents, all rights, powers, easements, obligations and duties of the Association may be performed by the Board of Directors on behalf of the Association.

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