Dominion Station

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Home News 2008

Tot Lots Being Replaced

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All Recreation has started work on upgrading three of the Tot Lots in the Dominion Station neighborhood.

The three Tot Lots (Magnolia Road, Guilford Station and Baggett Terrace) will be completed within 8 business days, by July 23rd. The lots are being completely replaced with new and improved materials.


Volunteers Still Needed!

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Volunteers are needed for the Architectural Review Committee, the Web Site Committee, the Shared Facilities Committee, and the Newsletter Committee.

The Architectural Review Committee (ARC) is responsible for ensuring that residents maintain their property in a manner that provides for viusal harmony and soundness of repair while avoiding activities that would be deleterious to the aesthetic or value of the property. Any exterior modifications or additions to your home or property must first be reviewed and approved by the ARC. Any community members wanting to be a part of this committee should contact the ARC Chair at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

The Web Site Committee is responsible for maintaining this web site and updating it with relevant news items and meeting minutes. If you have an interest in updating this site, changing it, or learning about web sites, feel free to email the Web Committee Chair at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

The Shared Facilities Committee plans community parties, community clean up days and garage sale events. Additionally, the Committee is in charge of pool registration and Community Center rentals. This is a busy committee that is looking for members interested in making our community better, as well as having some fun!

The Newsletter, the Dominion Station Express, is published quarterly and is in need of an Advertising Editor, a Board Reporter, and Newsletter Staff Writers as well as any other residents that would like to volunteer as reporters. See the latest issue of the Newsletter for more information on how to be a part of the reporting community.

In addition, all committees are always interested in looking for more members. Please volunteer today.

See a list of committees and contact information.


Cleaning Up After Our Pets

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Many residents may not realize that in Loudoun County not cleaning up after your pet is a Class Four misdemeanor, which carries a fine of up to $200. The HOA would like to remind homeowners, specifically dog owners, to always carry a plastic bag and take the time to clean up after their pets after they have taken care of business.


Neighborhood Watch Meeting News

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The DS Neighborhood Watch Program meeting was held last night and was very informative and well attended. We thank Deputy Payne for hosting the meeting, as well as the residents who attended. Crime statistics (40KB PDF) within our community from December through the present were provided.

A reminder to always report suspicious criminal activity to the Sheriff's Office at 911 if an emergency, or (703) 777-1021 in a non-emergency. Please lock all houses and vehicles, and remove all valuable items from vehicles (there have been many GPS's stolen lately). Keep house outside lights on during the night for security, and shred all important documents in your trash to prevent identity theft.


Pool Registration

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All pool passes issued previously were permanent pool passes, that is, the same passes will be reused for multiple years. Validation for pool passes is required each new pool season, and residents must do this using the pool pass application.

Residents may validate their pool passes in person during one of the three pool registration days, or by mail.

Registration In Person

There will be three pool registration days. If you are unable to register in person, you must register by mail.

The registration days:

  • Tuesday, May 6, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
  • Saturday, May 10, from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
  • Thursday, May 15, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Registration By Mail

Mail the registration forms (which is the 2008 Pool Pass Application) AND YOUR 2007 POOL PASSES to:


Registration forms must be postmarked or received by SFMC NO LATER THAN May 16, 2008 or a $20.00 late fee will be charged PER PASS (CHECKS ONLY!). Forms will not be processed after May 16, 2008, unless the $20.00 PER PASS late fee accompanies your form and you will not be able to use the pool until the Shared Facilities Committee processes your form. After May 16th all passes will be processed through the mail and will be available at the lifeguard office for pick-up.

Read more information about pool registration.

Download the 2008 Pool Pass Application (35KB PDF)


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