Alerts

** IMPORTANT NOTICES **



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Please email
[email protected] if you have any problems accessing the Zoom meetings.

OTHER ALERTS:
  • Quarterly HOA Assessment Statement

    Youshould have received your 4th Quarter 2021 HOA Assessment statement in the mail last week.  The quarterly charges appear on the statement as “Apply Charges” instead of the individual charge names.  We changed our software program recently and are working to get this issue resolved. Your total 4th quarter assessment amount remains the same as the three previous quarters in 2021.  We apologize for any inconvenience.

    If you have any questions concerning the individual charges on your statement, please refer to your prior quarter’s billing statement, or contact Randi at 703-978-2928 x223 or Darryl at 703-978-2928 x224. Thank you.




    Late-breaking notice from Fairfax County’s Solid Waste Management Program (8-31-2021):

Yard waste collection will be temporarily halted on Mondays. All yard waste materials should be put out with the regular trash on Tuesdays and Fridays.

This Solid Waste Advisory (SWA) serves as notification to licensed solid waste service providers that the requirement for separate collection of yard waste on a weekly basis is being temporarily modified for approximately two months, effective Tuesday, 8/31/2021.

Beginning August 31, 2021, collectors can, if they so choose, collect yard waste with refuse (i.e., mixed collections) without enforcement consequences. The temporary change is in response to national labor shortages adversely affecting our region. This has had an impact on municipal and private-sector solid waste collectors, who are providing the critical services necessary to promote clean streets and good sanitation.

During this temporary change, recyclables must continue to be collected separately every week. The requirement to separately collect yard waste for recycling will be reassessed in mid-October.

NOTE FROM PATRIOT: 

With yard waste being picked up with the regular trash,residents can put yard waste in plastic bags.

 


  • USPS.COM notice -- ALERT FROM US POSTAL SERVICE:

USPS IS EXPERIENCING UNPRECEDENTED VOLUME INCREASES AND LIMITED EMPLOYEE AVAILABILITY DUE TO THE IMPACTS OF COVID-19. WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATIENCE. SOURCE: USPS.COM



The Conservancy office is now open for in-person visits without an appointment.
Those visiting the Conservancy office and using the amenities should adhere to the following guidelines: 


- Stay home if you are sick.
Maintain a 6-foot distance between others.
- Avoid/minimize touching shared surfaces.
- Take trash with you.
- Do not park illegally.
- Wash hands frequently.
- Wear a mask when asked; required during in-person office visits.

Thank you for your cooperation!
 
HELPFUL PHONE NUMBERS:

  • Emergency:   9-1-1

  • Burke Centre Conservancy Office:   703-978-2928

  • Burke Centre Conservancy Emergency After-Hours: 1-866-878-2430

  • Fairfax County Emergency Infoline: 703-817-7771
  • Fairfax County Police NON-Emergency: 703-691-2131

  • Poison Control: 1-800-222-1222
  • Trash/Recycling Missed Pickup: 703-257-7100