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Atlantic Boulevard Expansion Plans Available to View

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Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) is having an open house on Thursday, February 21st, at the Sterling Community Center.

Residents may view the preliminary plans for the proposed extension of Atlantic Boulevard. Atlantic Boulevard is the road northwest of Dominion Station that connects Magnolia Road and the community to the shopping centers north, and continues to the Dulles Town Center.

Information will be available on proposed construction schedules as well as property impacts and relocation assistance policies.


On-Site Office is Permanently Closed

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The Dominion Station SFMC On-Site Office at the Community Center has been permanently closed.

Kathy Simonovich, President of Service First Management & Consulting, Inc. (SFMC), continues to be the Community Manager and may be reached at (703) 392-6006, ext 202.

Please do not use the drop box for any messages that need to reach the Kathy or SFMC. HOA payments should be mailed to the address shown on the payment coupons.

Any correspondence intended for SFMC should be mailed to:

Service First Management & Consulting, Inc.
12084 Cadet Court
Manassas, Virginia 20109

Kathy may also be reached via fax at (703) 392-5039, or by email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .


Water Shortage Emergency; Mandatory Water Restrictions Continue Through Winter

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The Loudoun County Sanitation Authority (LCSA) reminds its customers that mandatory restrictions for water use are still in place due to drought conditions.

Residents of Dominion Station should know that the violation of restrictions imposed is a Class III misdemeanor and carries a $500 fine for each instance. Repeat violators may have their water service shut off for a period of up to five days, under the County Administrator's discretion.

An example of a few of the following prohibited uses of water include:

  1. Watering of shrubbery, trees, lawns, grass, plants or any other vegetation, except from a watering can or other container not exceeding three gallons in capacity, excluding plant nurseries, golf course greens and commercial agricultural activities.
  2. Washing of automobiles, trucks, trailers or other mobile equipment, except from a bucket or other container not exceeding three gallons in capacity.
  3. Washing of streets, driveways, parking lots, service station aprons, the exterior of commercial or residential buildings or any other outdoor surfaces, except from a bucket or other container not exceeding three gallons in capacity, unless such washing is required to eliminate a hazard.

Additional restrictions and more information can be found on the Loudoun County Sanitation Authority web site.


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