General FAQ

  • What is a Homeowners or Community Association?
    • The Homeowners or Community Association is a legal corporation organized and incorporated under the laws of your state or commonwealth. By purchasing a home within your community association, you automatically become a member of the association and will remain so for as long as you own your home. Membership in the association is mandatory and automatic for all owners. The deed to each lot and/or parcel specifically designates that the property owner will comply with the Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&R’s) of the association. You should have received a copy of these documents at the time your home purchase was closed by the title company. As a property owner in a community association, you will be required to pay assessments, abide by the community’s rules and restrictions and maintain those areas of your home for which you are responsible.
  • What is Sully Station II’s Community Association Mission?
    • Sully Station II’s mission is to maintain a quality of lifestyle for all community residents while also preserving homeowner value.  We work to provide each resident the opportunity to enjoy various recreational opportunities, the beauty of our community’s natural surroundings, and the company of neighbors while celebrating the various traditions and festivities during the year. The association acts as the vehicle to help bring neighbors together to foster a sense of community. The Sully Station II Community is “a great place to live and call home”.
  • How can I pay these fees?
    • Coupons and mailing labels to be used when remitting your fee will be mailed to you as soon as possible, please allow up to 4-6 weeks following settlement. (It is your responsibility to pay the monthly fee unless the Association has been notified of new ownership). Please make your check for each fee payment payable to Sully Station II Community Association and mail it to the Association’s lock-box depository. Sully Station II c/o FirstService Residential P.O. Box 11983 Newark, NJ 07101-4983 FirstService Residential also offers Direct Debit Payment Services. You can download the form from the documents tab or contact us at 703-266-2020. Please do not hesitate to call First Service Residential  at 703-385-1133 concerning any questions related to the payment of your community association fee.
  • Who is responsible for managing the Homeowner Fees?
    • FirstService Residential is responsible for financial administration for the Association and for the administration and maintenance of the common areas of the community. The monthly homeowner assessment fee noted above is used to pay for common services (including, but not limited to, maintenance of the grounds, legal counsel, annual audit, the Association’s master insurance policy, repairs to the common areas, trash pickup, and repair and replacement reserves for common and cluster facilities, such as the swimming pool, community center, cluster parking lot, etc.).
  • How do I contact the Community Associations with questions comments or complaints?
    • Sully Station II also provides residents with an onsite management company (FirstService Residential) who are available to answer resident questions and resolve community issues Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm. You can stop by the Sully Station Community Center at 5501 Sully Park Drive or contact the onsite management: Phone: 703-266-2020 703-266-2044 Email: Robert.Martin@fsresidential.com Luigi.Solloso@fsresidential.com
  • When is Sully Station II’s Trash Removal?
    • Trash should be placed at curbside after 5:00 p.m. the day before scheduled pick-up days, or by 6:00 a.m. the day of scheduled pick-up days. Trash will be pick-up days are Tuesday and Friday.
  • Does Sully Station II also offer Recycling Removal?
    • Recyclables will be picked up once a week on Fridays and must be separated from normal household trash and placed in the recycle container or paper bag. American Disposal Services will provide one recycling bin per unit.  All recyclables must be at the curb by 6:00 a.m. Recycling consists of the following materials:
      • Newspaper
      • Cardboard
      • Magazines
      • Mixed Paper
      • Glass & Metal Food Containers
      • Beverage Containers
      • #1 & #2 Plastic Bottles & Jugs
  • What is a Pooper Scooper Station?
    • Sully II has a number of Pet Pooper Scooper stations in our common areas to motivate dog owners to pick up after their pets. The complete Pet station includes   a Bag Dispenser which is mounted on a post with a reflective pet sign.  You will find these stations along with their trash receptacle containers throughout the community on the common ground areas. One of the great things about Sully Station II is the abundance of grassy common areas in the neighborhood that are used by our residents and their pets. In order to keep these areas clean for everyone’s use, it is important for all pet owners to make sure they pick up after their pets when going for walks. It is never a welcome surprise when someone comes across the droppings left behind by neglectful pet owners. Please remember to pick up after your pets when taking them for walks. Leaving pet droppings is not only unsanitary, but also against Fairfax County regulations.  Please be a scooper, not a pooper.
  • Does the Community Association provide Snow Removal?
    • The Association will provide snow removal services for the parking lot of the community center, all townhome parking lots and ingress/egress streets, and the private streets at Sully Estates. The main arterial streets serving the Sully Station II community and all streets for the single-family detached neighborhoods are dedicated to the Virginia Department of Transportation. Thus, the state will have ultimate responsibility for snow removal and maintenance services for these streets.
  • Does the Community Association provide Landscape Maintenance?
    • The Association provides landscape maintenance service for all general and townhome neighborhood common areas, which are deeded, to the Association. In addition, the Association performs maintenance of the landscaped public streets rights of ways within the community.
  • What type of Recreational Facilities does Sully Station II provide?
    • The Association’s recreation facilities include a swimming pool, four tennis courts, several multi-purpose courts and, eleven tot lots located throughout the community. Access to the pool requires a facilities pass, which can be obtained at the Community Center. The tennis courts will be locked and users must obtain a key. Keys will be provided with a $20.00 one time fee per key to any Sully II resident who wishes to purchase one. The keys are non-reproducible. If you are interested in obtaining a key, the tennis key application is available at the Community Center.
  • When does the Pool Open?
    • The Sully Station II Pool complex is available to all residents in good standing with the association during the late spring and summer months between Memorial Day and Labor Day.
  • What are the Parking rules and regulations for Townhome owners?
    • Between the hours of 7:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m., daily  (7 days a week, including holidays) all vehicles parked within the Townhome cluster common area parking lots must display a valid cluster parking permit issued by the Association. Each townhome within the mixed townhome sections that have permit parking approved by the Board of Trustees will be issued two parking permits.   All vehicles, whether owned by residents or visitors of residents, must park within their specific cluster common area designated by the Association’s site plan.  Any such vehicle that parks within any other cluster common area will be subject to towing at the vehicle owner’s risk and expense.  The cluster parking permits have a number to indicate which cluster the permit is issued for.  Residents must park in the corresponding section number, which is painted on the curb of the parking space  (i.e. if the largest size number on your permit is number “2”, you need to park in a Section “2” cluster parking space).
  • If my car is towed what Towing Services company do I call?
    • Battlefield Towing is contracted with Sully Station II to tow any unauthorized vehicle that does not display a valid parking permit in non visitor parking spaces. If your car has been towed or you want to report a car for towing you can contact them at 703-378-0059.