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Beginning on Monday, April 6, and until further notice, Republic Services (trash service provider for Faircrest Homeowners Association) will be operating under the following guidelines:

• For customers with carts, Republic Services will accept cart contents only. Our crews will not pick up waste outside of the cart.

• Yard waste and bulk waste programs will be suspended.
On March 30  to April 3, 2020 (weather permitting), Community Landscape Services will be on the property to fertilize and treat the turf for weeds, as well as spot treating the turf for overwintering grassy weeds. Once completed, yellow notices will be posted in the appropriate locations.  Allow treated areas to dry for 1 hour before walking on grass.  If you have any questions, please email us at management@myfaircrest.com.

Playground Information - Faircrest CA
Due to the current COVID-19 advisories, the playgrounds on Lavender Mist and Blue Aster Circle will be CLOSED on Tuesday, March 24, 2020, until further notice.  Management will continue to monitor the current crisis and once it has been deemed safe for our Faircrest residents, we will open them at that time.
Reservations for clubhouse rentals are not being accepted at this time. 
Please check back periodically for updates on the clubhouse opening.
Spring registration for SYA Little League Baseball and Softball is open.  Please see attached flyer for more information.
The United States Tennis Association and the Centreville Farms Community Association are bringing Tennis lessons to Faircrest this spring! 

THREE youth and TWO Adult sessions are planned.
*Beginner Youth Classes for students Ages 6-11 on Fridays 5:30-6:30 pm OR Saturdays 9-10 am
*Adv. Beginner/Intermediate Youth Classes NEW! for students Ages 6-11 on Sundays 1:30-2:30 pm
*Beginner Adult Classes NEW! for students Ages 18+ on Saturday 10-11 am OR Sunday 2:30-3:30 pm
*6-week sessions starting the week of April 17th and ending the week of May 29th
Registration deadline:  April 13
The Faircrest Tennis Courts are reserved for lessons during these times.

Please note both Tennis Courts will be used by this instructional program.
For questions, please e-mail
Please note: Sign-ups may be canceled freely before classes start;
if events beyond our control require cancellations, pro-rated refunds will be processed.
Our neighborhood's youth summer swim team, the Faircrest Cyclones, has completed its 2019 season. Competing against other teams in Northern Virginia, the team had several notable accomplishments, including breaking a number of League-wide records, winning League scholarships for both of its graduating seniors, and introducing a learn-to-swim program, the Mini-Cyclones. The team looks forward to continuing its mission of promoting swimming and the Faircrest community in 2020. Stay tuned for off-season info here, at www.swimfaircrest.com, and in our eagerly anticipated new clubhouse!
Upcoming  Meetings
As of April 11, 2018, the CFCA Board is revising our meeting cadence to meet every two weeks instead of once monthly. 
Board of Directors Meetings -
The next regularly scheduled Centreville Farms Community Association Board of Directors' meeting well be held on Thursday, March 19, 2019, at 6:30 p.m. Due to global concerns associated with the Novel Covid-19 Virus, the board is adopting a temporary, electronic approach to our Board of Directors meetings. 

In accordance with Virginia Code § 55.1-1816 (A), all HOA members of record are welcome to attend meetings of the board of directors.  As of our March 19, 2020 regularly scheduled meeting, and because of Covid-19, this and future meetings are being conducted electronically; when Federal and State guidance and common sense related to everyone's health allows, we will return to meeting in person.  These meetings occur every two weeks while we continue wrap up clubhouse reconstruction activities, thereafter, they will return to a monthly cadence.

If you cannot use the computer for audio, please contact Sharon Bucklin for access to our conference bridge number, e-mail:  sbucklin@centrevillefarms.org.
Members of Record are welcome to e-mail the directors and we will include you in our meeting calendar invites.  Primary notifications of director's meetings will continue to be posted here, at the http://myfaircrest.com web site, ref, VA Code § 55.1-1816 (B).  Our meeting agendas are available to attendees of our meetings, and meeting minutes from previous meetings are recorded on this web site. 
CFCA Director's meetings are conducted in order and in accordance to Roberts Rules of Order, revised. We adopt a casual interpretation of the rules of order.  Attendance, meeting minutes and a formal record of our activities takes place at our meetings in person and this will continue as we conduct business meetings electronically.

Electronic Meeting Tips:
Please install a PDF reader to review the board agenda and meeting minutes.
Attendees are welcome to attend via video, generally please mute your microphone to diminish background noise. 

You may setup the Microsoft TEAMS application on your computer or device using https://office.com or via your smart phone's application store.  An up-to-date web browser and the above URL will also work.  Note that as you enter meetings using TEAMS, your microphone will most often be muted as you join the electronic meeting. 
For Assistance: 
Please contact us via e-mail at directors@centrevillefarms.org if you need assistance attending the meeting. 
Many volunteers make our community's activities possible.  We appreciate your interest and participation.
The FHA Board of Directors has revised its meeting schedule.  The board will now meet at 6:00 pm on the third Wednesday of the month. 
The next board of directors' meeting is scheduled for April 15, 2020, at 6:30 p.m. in the offices of Sequoia Management located at 13998 Parkeast Circle, Chantilly, Virginia 20151.
Projects Completed in Spring/Summer 2019
New Benches
Refreshed stop sign posts and stop signs
Geese Control Near Sammie Kay Lane
Power Washed the Pillars
Planned Projects for 2019
Repairing Trip Hazards
Yellow curbs painted and asphalt markings repainted
Asphalt work on all streets
Replacing rusted street sign posts
Street cleaning (removing dust and debris from the winter snow removal)
Tree Replacements in the Fall
Installation of Radar Sign
Additional Pillars being installed at Leland and Centerville Farms
Light poles being repainted
Updating the Architectural Guidelines
Faircrest Community Association 
The Board of Directors meet the 4th Monday of every month at 7:00 p.m. at the FirstService Offices located at 11351 Random Hills Road, Suite 500, Fairfax VA 22030.
In light of the recent national crisis, or the COVID-19 pandemic, the Board of Directors meeting for Monday, March 23, 2020 has been postponed until further notice.
Your Management Team, FirstService Residential, and Board of Directors are taking this issue very seriously and we all ask for your patience and understanding during this time.  Any questions or concerns can be directed to the Management Team directly at 703.385.1133.
Please stay well and continue to social distance and wash your hands.
  Faircrest Community Association, Covenants Committee (CC) Meeting- 
The Faircrest CA Covenants Committee meets on the 2nd Thursday of the month at the FirstService Residential Offices located at 11351 Random Hills Road, Suite 500, Fairfax VA 22030 at 7:00 p.m.
The next scheduled ARB Committee Meeting is set to occur on Thursday, April 9, 2020 at 7:00 p.m.
In the event the current COVID-19 pandemic continues and the committee meeting is postponed or canceled, we will provide notification on the website at that time.
 Clubhouse Rebuild Updates
Hammer to Nail.  Construction has Begun! 
As of March, 2020, clubhouse reconstruction activities continue.  The winter months were complicated with utility provisioning related issues and with those behind us, we are now working through sub-component inspections.  Once all sub-component inspections pass, we will conduct final building inspections, note remaining punch down items with our partner and General Contractor, Paul Davis Restoration.  We will begin to decorate the interior once we receive our occupancy permit.

While the current Covid-19 global response is slowing down many aspects of business, our reconstruction activities continue.  As of our March 19, 2020 regular meeting, we are tracking about 100 small projects or details that need to be wrapped up; many are resolved every week.  These may range from small cosmetic items to large projects like returning the pool to a healthy state after two years of inactivity. 

Overall the project remains fluid; we cannot promise when we will receive our occupancy permit yet, but everyone involved and supporting us believes we will receive it this spring, and as long as health concerns allow, we are planning for a Summer 2020 Swim Season.  We continue to receive outstanding support from our contractors, suppliers and vendors, and our great support team at Sequoia Management.

On Thursday, May 9, PDR begun the framing of our new clubhouse. Construction is scheduled to take 6 to 7 months. Please refrain from entering the site during construction hours for your own personal safety.
On March 14, 2019, the Centreville Farms Community Association (CFCA) Board received word that our final construction permit requests have been reviewed and approved.  This process has taken many months!

This means that our restoration partner and General Contractor, Paul Davis Reconstruction, can begin construction.  
We met with them on March 15, 2019 to discuss the schedule of events for the construction phase of the project.  Early estimates were that the project would end in late November, and that did not occur.  Utility provisioning delays added between five and six months to the project.   During the 2019-2020 Winter, weather did not adversely affect the project. As of February 2020, all utilities were in place. 
Please direct questions or comments to comments@centrevillefarms.org
Cyclones / Swim Team, stay in touch with the swim team and this summer's schedule at https://www.swimfaircrest.com/
September 2018
The CFCA Board of Directors has been very busy with the clubhouse rebuild, it is not a simple process.
As of September 15, 2018:
  • Funding Gap closed with our insurer, more than $1m funding has been secured to cover rebuild costs. At this point in the project the CFCA board has identified no present need for any special assessments to the community. 
  • Rebuild cost estimates, line items and task areas have been identified, planned with our General Contractor. Architectural drawings and plans are better than 75% complete. These are essential for the construction permit process. 
  • Demolition orders have been given to our general contractor, Paul Davis Restoration of Northern Virginia (PDR).  As of 9/14/2018, that permit is being processed by Fairfax county.  This permit that ensures safety for workers conducting the demolition. 
  • Approximately 800 linear feet of fencing will be installed week of 9/17/2018.  
  • Demolition will be conducted once fencing is installed and the demolition permit is received.  
  • Expect the demolition to take about one calendar week to complete. 
  • Residents will have two days after the fencing installation to vacate the enclosed section of the parking lot.  Vehicles remaining in the enclosed section of the clubhouse parking lot will be towed at owners’ expense. 
Next Steps
Construction contract negotiations are in their final phases. An important, high priority goal for this month is to get the construction contract signed. Funding to start this work is immediately available. 
The intent of the build project is to be ready around May first, 2019. This is not guaranteed because many factors are out of our control.  The CFCA board and our builder are keeping this target completion date in focus.  
Key risks to the build timeline include:  
1. Build permits are needed by Oct/Nov at the latest to meet schedules. 
2. The concrete slab needs to be largely intact and reusable. This will be assessed in the October timeframe, after demolition is completed. 
3. Winter weather may have an adverse impact on the project 
We will continue to provide updates on this, the community web site. 
Neighborhood Projects
The FHA Board has approved the building of brick pillars throughout the community that the builder failed to provide in 2003. The pillars will be built this fall. Locations include: Matthews Vista/Arrowhead Park, Wisteria Arbor/Arrowhead Park, Joseph Johnston/Calamint, Granite Step/Centreville Farms, Stargazer Terrace/Centreville Farms, and Centreville Farms/Leland Rd.
The Cyclones Swim Team has adopted Leland Road. See NEWS, below for more information.
Community Reminders
Bus Stops - Parents please walk your children to the bus stop.  There are too many cars collecting around the bus stops in the morning and afternoons. We haven't heard of any accidents, and we want to keep it that way!
Pet Waste- Please pick up after your pets! There has been an increase in complaints regarding residents not picking up their pet's waste.  Fairfax County's "Pooper Scooper" Law states, "It shall be unlawful for the owner of any animal or animals to keep such animal or animals in such a manner as to cause unsanitary conditions. The owner or custodian of any dog shall be responsible for the removal of excreta deposited by such dog on the property of another, including public places."  Fairfax County will fine pet owners up to $250 for failure to comply with this law.  The Association can also impose fines for failure to abide per the Association's Pet Policy. 
FHA Trash & Recycling contact information:
Republic Services
Customer Service:  703-818-8222
Cherie Parker 571-328-7558
email: HOA.NOVA@republicservices.com
Centreville Farms CA/Faircrest HOA Management
Sequoia Management Inc
13998 Parkeast Circle
Chantilly, VA 20151
703-968-0936 (fax) 
Office Hours:  Monday and Wednesday - 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
                     Tuesday and Thursday - 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Payment Lockbox:
Faircrest HOA
c/o Sequoia Management Company
PO Box 1459
Commerce, GA 30529
To pay your FHA dues by bill pay, please use the above payment lockbox address.
Use the FHA EFT Application if you would like the automatic debit option. Just print and fill out the application - return your completed application to lholloway@sequoiamanagement.com or mail to:
Faircrest Homeowners Association
c/o Sequoia Management Inc.
13998 Parkeast Circle
Chantilly, VA 20151
On-Site Office Hours are SUSPENDED while the Clubhouse is being rebuilt. 
For off-hours assistance, please contact  Sequoia Management, M-F, from 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM at 703-803-9641. For after hours emergency - any threat to life or property - please call 703-230-2240.
Faircrest CA (FCA) Management
FirstService Residential
11351 Random Hills Rd Suite 500
Fairfax, VA 22030
703-385-1133 - Customer Care Center
For information about your account or to pay your assessments, please click the FirstService Residential link in the column on the left.
Tennis Lessons - The idea needs a volunteer
Posted on Sep 15th, 2018
The US Tennis Association (USTA) has offered to run beginner’s tennis lessons at our tennis courts.
This activity needs a community volunteer who would serve as a primary point of contact.

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