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Discover a renaissance just west of the Village at Shirlington. Enjoy the complete restoration of elegance, simplicity and comfort in these new one- and two-bedroom condominiums, two-bedroom cottages and three-bedroom townhomes.

Located minutes from downtown D.C., West Village Of Shirlington is ideally situated between the Village at Shirlington and the revitalization of the Columbia Pike corridor in the heart of one of Arlington's most charming, up-and-coming neighborhoods.


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Social Committee 2014 Events

-Tour Fire House #9
 Saturday, May 17, 2014   1pm-3pm

-Pool Goes to the Dogs
 Saturday, September 7, 2014   2pm-4pm (Picnic)  6pm (Dog Swim)

-Halloween Party
 Saturday, November 1, 2014  1pm-3pm

-Holiday Party
Thursday, December 11, 2014  7pm-10pm

The social committee is looking forward to hosting these events. However, as a committee we feel that we have become a little too stretched to do this by ourselves.  Therefore we are reaching out to our community for help.  We need volunteers to spend an hour or two at each event to make all of these events possible. 

If you would like to volunteer at any of these events please contact us at this email address: WVSSocialCommitee@gmail.com. If we do not receive an adequate response demonstrating an interest in the social committee’s programs we may consider cancelling some programs or even disbanding the social committee’s activities. It takes a good deal of effort to create these activities and we cannot continue to run these events with the same small group. 

We are also receptive to other ideas for other programs as well. Please email us with any ideas you may have.

Please volunteer a few hours to help us keep up the fun programs.

Thank you.

Sincerely,
The Social Committee



New Parking Hours - Effective Immediately

DATE: October 16, 2012
TO: Unit Owners/ Residents
FROM: Management Office
RE: Revised - Amendment of Parking Rules

During the most recent board meeting on October 11, 2012 the Board of Directors approved changes to the daily and weekend parking hours by extending the non- towing hours by one hour effective immediately.

REGULAR PARKING
There will be no towing from 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. (5) days a week – Sunday to Thursday. This is adding one hour to the current non-towing hours Sunday to Thursday.

There will be no towing from 6:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. (2) days a week – Friday and Saturday.
This is adding 1 hour to the current non-tow hours, Friday and Saturday ONLY.
Any car without a parking permit outside of the noted times, is subject to tow at the expense of the owner of the vehicle.

The following is a reminder of alternative parking locations:

*South Four Mile Run Minor – Parking is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Please be sure to adhere to the 4 hour minimal parking on the north side of the street. The County does routinely ticket here.

*South Four Mile Run Major (right lane w/overhead sign) – Parking is available from 8:00 p.m. to 7:00 a.m. 7 days a week.

*Barcroft Parking Garage (located closest to George Mason and South Four Mile Run Drive) – Parking is available 24 hours a day 7 days a week *for 18 hour increments only*. Parking for longer than 18 hours at a time may result in a parking ticket from Arlington County.

*Walter Reed – 24 hour parking is available up the hill from the South Four Mile Run Drive intersection.

GUEST PARKING
The Management office distributes up to 13 guest passes daily on a first come first serve basis at a fee of $5.00 per day. The WEEKEND SPECIAL is available for purchase on Friday and may be used from 11pm Friday to midnight Monday for $12.00. Please note all payments are payable by check only. There is a $50 fee for all returned checks. Parking vouchers are also available upon request.

TEMPORARY - MONTHLY PARKING
Temporary parking is being offered by lottery drawing only for $80.00 per month. Only one (1) parking application per unit (owner only) will be accepted. The first thirteen (13) parking applications will be drawn. Unit Owners drawn will be notified for payment and pick up the temporary permit in person at the Management Office. The designated temporary parking locations are the spaces immediately adjacent to and along the fence line in the western parking lot near Phase II Buildings 4191, 4193, and 4195 and (3) spaces are available in Phase I Buildings 4061, 4063. Unit Owners’ vehicles must display a temporary hanging tag and must be parked in the designated areas. Failure to do so will subject the vehicle to tow without notice at the sole expense and risk of the vehicle owner.

Should you have any questions or comments regarding this communication please contact the management office at 703-271-5488.


Pet Rules Reminder

TO:  All Unit Owners and Residents
 
FROM: Board of Directors
 
RE:  PET RULES REMINDER
West Village of Shirlington has experienced an uptick in owners or residents violating the community’s pet rules, especially those regarding leashing and pet waste. During their meeting in April, the Board of Directors approved temporary signage to be posted around the property to remind residents of the pet rules. The signs are expected to be posted within a few weeks. The Board is mindful of the aesthetics of placing signs around the property, and as such, will have management strategically post them and remove them periodically.  However, they and notices like this will be used to remind new owners and residents of the rules.
 
REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS
All pet owners must complete a Pet Application Form and submit it to Property Management.  If the pet is a dog or a cat, a current photograph must be attached.  If a resident acquires a new pet, they will have to submit an additional form to Property Management.  Residents are considered in violation of the policy if you do not fill out the form. 

All pet owners must also provide management with proof that their pet (i) has all legally required inoculations and vaccines; and (ii) has obtained all permits or registrations required by Arlington County law.  All pet owners are required to maintain and renew all registrations and inoculations, as required by County law, and provide renewals to Management.

All pet owners must also provide management with proof that their pet (i) has all legally required inoculations and vaccines; and (ii) has obtained all permits or registrations required by Arlington County law.  All pet owners are required to maintain and renew all registrations and inoculations, as required by County law, and provide renewals to Management.

Pet registration forms are available at the management office or online at www.westvillageofshirlington.info.  Residents are considered in violation of the policy if you do not register the pet(s) with the property management office.
 
RESTRICTIONS
Persons who walk pets must immediately clean up after their animals and discard the pet droppings in the pet stations located throughout the site. 
Pets must be exercised along sidewalks and grassy areas only.  Pets are prohibited from landscaped, mulched and flower bed areas and are prohibited from within ten (10) feet of ground level patios and sunroom windows.
All pets must be leashed or in a caged animal carrier when in any location outside of a unit- this means outside of an individual unit, not ‘the building’.
 
ENFORCEMENT

1)  The Board may suspend privileges and impose monetary charges in the amount no greater than the lesser of either $10.00 per day and no more than $900.00 for a continuing offense and $50.00 per non continuing offense.

2)  The board may demand payment of one percent of the unit owner’s annual assessment for violation of the pet rules. 

The Board recognizes that pets are a positive aspect of West Village of Shirlington. However, to keep the community safe and help reduce landscape maintenance costs, it is critical that everyone abide by the pet rules. Please inform your renters, dog walkers and pet sitters of these rules.  Should you have any additional questions and/or comments please contact the management office at 703-271-5488. 
 
Your cooperation in this matter is greatly appreciated.



New Management Hours as of March 1, 2012

March 2, 2012

TO: All Residents

FROM: Management Office

RE: New Management Office Hours

Please be reminded as of March 1, 2012 – New management office weekend hours:

Monday - Friday 9:00A.M. – 7:00 P.M.
Saturday 9:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M.
Sunday CLOSED

Should you have any questions or special request please contact the management office at (703) 271-5488.

Thank you,

Management Team

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