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Trash and Recycling Collection

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Trash/Recycling Collection

In November of 2007, the Board of Directors adopted the Regulatory Resolution 2007-10 regarding the storage of trash containers and related issues for individual lots. The following questions and answers should help highlight the main points of Resolution 2007-10.

On what day of the week is garbage collected?
Current collection days are Tuesday and Friday, but may change from time to time.
On what day of the week is recycling collected?
Recycling is collected only on Tuesday mornings.
Where may I store trash cans and recycling bins?
Trash cans and recycling bins must be stored out of sight. Trash cans and recycling bins must be removed from the front curb following trash pick-up and are never to be stored in front of the house or remain in public view on non collection days.
When may I put my trash can or recycling bin at the curb?
Trash and recycling containers shall not be put on the curb earlier than 6:00 p.m. on the day before trash collection. Trash containers must be removed from public view by 9:00 p.m. on trash collection days.
What happens if I leave trash or recycling at the curb outside of the prescribed times?
Residents may be fined by the Association.
What do I do if I need a large appliance or large item picked up?
Residents are responsible for making arrangements with the trash removal company for the pick-up of large appliances/items. Residents are required to secure such items so that they do not pose a hazard to other people or property.
Who do I call if I have a large item that needs to be picked up?
Residents should call the current trash removal company, American Disposal Services. The phone number for American Disposal Services is (703) 368-0500.
When will yard debris be collected?
The second collection day of the week, Friday.
When whill Christmas Trees be collected?
During the yard debris collection day (Friday) after the Holiday. Please remove all tinsel and decorations. Do not put trees in plastic bags.

Community Center Rental

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Community Center reservations will be made on a first-come, first-serve basis only. Priority shall be given to Association and Association sponsored or sanctioned activities. The Board of Directors reserves the right to establish further priorities for use of the Center and to restrict private uses of the Center when, in the Boards opinion, a private use is not in the best interest of the Association.

Complete rules and regulations for the Dominion Station Community Center were established by Policy Resolution No. 10-05. In addition to finding them on the Rules and Resolutions section of this site, the rules may also be found in the Community Center Rental Application, the form that applicants must fill out and have approved by the Board of Directors or its Managing Agents

Hours of availability, fees and the rental procedure may be found in the Amenities section of this site.

Download the Community Center Rental Application

Download the Community Center Pre- and Post- Inspection Form


Exterior Modification

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Any exterior modifications or additions to your home or property must first be reviewed and approved by the Architectural Review Committee.

Complete the Application for Exterior Modification and mail it to the Community Manager.

Applications should not be sent to the ARC chairperson or any of the committee members.

The application must be accompanied by additional documentation, which depends on the nature of the modification or addition.

  1. A House Location Survey (Certified Plat). A copy of your plat MUST be included for new construction and additions to be a present structure on the lot. Please submit plat for decks, fences, patios, play houses, sheds, landscaping, etc. The location of the proposed structure MUST be drawn/ outlined on the plat. Plats are not required for paint changes, storm doors/windows or other such modifications.
  2. Dimensions. Provide all dimensions, including height, roof slope, etc. on new construction.
  3. Detailed Drawings. A full set of architectural drawings must be included for some changes such as decks, fences, patios, etc. Landscaping plans including size and type of plants as well as number to be planted MUST be included.
  4. Description of Materials. Provide a list of ALL materials to be used in the proposed construction.
  5. Description of Colors. Applications for colors, which are not the original color of the house and/or trim MUST be accompanied by actual color samples and not photos.
  6. Photographs. Photographs of existing conditions are helpful to the Architectural Committee. Please be sure to include a brochure or a picture for new window modifications, & etc.
  7. Samples. Provide a small sample of siding and/or shingle when changing the siding or the roof from its original color.
  8. Drainage. Changes in grade or other conditions that will affect drainage MUST be indicated. Applications may be disapproved if adjoining properties are adversely affected by drainage changes.
  9. Signatures of Property Owners. Obtain signatures of all property owners who will be most affected by the change. A minimum of TWO signatures IS required with the application.
  • For decks and fences include numbers 1 6 and 8 - 9 (#6 is optional).
  • For landscaping include numbers 1 3, 6 and 8 - 9.
  • For sheds and doghouses include numbers 1 - 4, 6 and 8 - 9 (#6 is optional).
  • For storm, screen, & front doors include numbers 2, 5 6 and 9.
  • For lattices include numbers 2 4, 6 and 9.
  • For recreation and play equipment include numbers 1 6 and 9.
  • For patios include numbers 1- 4, 6 and 9.
  • For siding include numbers 5, 7 and 9.
  • For shingles (on roof) include numbers 5, 7 and 9.
  • For windows include numbers 5, 6 and 9.
  • For satellite dishes include numbers 1, 5, 6, and 9.
  • For pools include numbers 1-4, 6, 8 and 9.
  • For driveways include numbers 1-4, 6, 8 and 9.
  • For attic vents/fans include numbers 2, 3, 5, 6 and 9 (#6 is optional).
  • For home additions include numbers 2-6, 8 and 9 (#6 is optional).
  • For color changes include numbers 5 and 9.

Design Guidelines - Policy Resolution 2010-1.5 (PDF)

Amendment Exhibit 3 - Approved Entry Doors Replacements (DOC)

Application for Exterior Modification (PDF)


Parking Registration

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Finding available parking spots can be a challenge for residents and their guests within the community. On March 23, 2010, the Board of Directors adopted Policy Resolution No. 2010

In 2016, parking passes were reissued to the community, so each home receives 1 visitor hangtag, and 1 open hangtag.  Residents are now required to display the open hangtag to park in an open space.  Read more here.

To request parking permits, please fill out the attached Parking Registration Form


Pool Pass Application

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Registration for 2015

This year, the Board of Directors are mailing out pool passes directly to the home owners.  The package includes four (4) Resident passes, to be used by the permanent residents in the house, and one (1) Guest pass, to be used by friends and family.

Additional Guest Passes

Additional Guest passes may be purchased by mail from Service First Management and Consulting at the pool during normal operating hours. The fee for a guest punch card of 10 is $25.00. Each homeowner/household has one free guest pass that must be validated at the same time your picture passes are validated.

Checks only, no exceptions, payable to the Dominion Station Homeowners Association, Inc. Cash will not be accepted!

All users must have a pool pass to be admitted to the pool.

Pool hours of operation may be found in the Amenities section of this web site.


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