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Martin's Chase HOA is a developing community in Loudoun County, Virginia.

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Survey for the Community Swim Team

Residents: 

 

The survey for the community swim team has been closed.  Please see the attached results for your information.  The next Board Meeting is December 14th at 6:30PM, in the clubhouse.  This will be one of the topics for the Board to review and vote.  During this meeting, you can share your comments and concerns or any pros and cons to share with the Board. 


Starting an ODSL Swim League
Survey Summary


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Parking and Speeding Violations

We were asked by the Loudoun County Sheriff’s office to advise residents against parking their cars in the wrong direction along the street. In addition, compliance with the speed limit and safety for school buses should be a priority. Attached you will find the list of violations and associated fines. Loudoun County Sheriff’s Department will be patrolling the neighborhood for violations and offenders will be cited for each violation.

Thank you for your cooperation as we continue to keep our community safe.

Parking and Speeding Violations

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ACH Direct Debit Form
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