To all Wellington Commons Homeowners and Renters:
Winter has arrived and residents are reminded to be courteous to your neighbors when digging out cars and clearing sidewalks.
- Please DO NOT use empty parking spaces to pile snow from your parking space – you may need that space. Use front yards, islands and curbs for snow.
- Residents are asked to clear snow from sidewalks in front of their property. Have an elderly neighbor? Please consider reaching out to them and lending a hand!
- Before the next snow, locate the nearest FIRE HYDRANT to your house and work with your neighbors to keep it free of snow. Remember that seconds count when the fire department needs access to water.
Plows will come through the neighborhood after two or more inches of snow have accumulated. Please do not impede the plows.
Wellington Commons Board of Directors
Wellington Commons is conveniently located near the Springfield, Van Dorn and Huntington Metro Stations as well as 95, 395, 495 and the Franconia/Springfield Parkway.
Wellington Commons has many advantages: local custom home builder CarrHomes built our townhouses, crime is low, nearby Kingstowne shopping center is filled with great stores, and Edison Highschool is within walking distance.
Our community prides itself on our solidly built homes and meticulously cared for common areas. The community has withstood the test of time because our homeowners association works hard to ensure Wellington Commons has become more attractive over the years.
When you buy a townhouse, you buy into a community. A well managed community safeguards each homeowner's investment. The HOA is well run by resident volunteers and a Northen Virginia based American Management of Virginia, Inc. mission is to ensure properties within Wellington Commons have marketability, maintain their value, and remain competitive with comparable communities in Fairfax County. Between the HOA Board and American Management of Virginia, Inc. Wellington Commons continues to be a great place to live, and will remain a great investment for years to come.