Previous Sully Station II Announcements & Feature Stories

Sully II Archives

The following are previous stories and announcements which appeared on the home page.  Even though they are older stories this is their historical record.  You can come to this page to see any of the announcements you missed. Members and Residents of Sully Station II Community Association:

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SSIICA Hightlights

Annual Member Meeting Sep 28, 2017 – The annual Member meeting at the Community Center on September 28, 2017 starting at 7:00 pm is quickly approaching.  The Official Date of Record of Ownership and deadline for Candidate Nominations is August 21, 2017.  The Annual Meeting announcement and candidate ballot was sent in the mail on August 28, 2017. Please send in or bring your sealed envelope to the Community Center drop box.  And don’t forget about the $300 gift certificate going to the winner of the drawing of those Members that have voted for both the Annual and Amendment ballots.

Paving Project – The Association began this year’s repair and paving project on Sep 18th and continues through Sep 28th.    The schedule and affected Association streets are listed in article that follows the SSIICA Highlights.

Turf Renovation Project – Our Landscape and Snow Removal/Ice Management contractor, Heritage Landscape Services (HLS), began our Turf Renovation project the week of Aug 28, 2017. The grounds were prepared and new seed and material laid down in select Common Areas.  The new sprouts are already showing results of this project.

Split Rail Fencing Project – The Association completed a split rail fencing project.  The split 3-rail fencing on both sides on Sequoia Farms Drive, in two of our areas crossing the Transco Pipeline between Sequoia Farms Dr and the Village Center Drive tot lot, on the back side on the Truitt Farm Drive tot lot, and along the Cub Run Stream Valley Park Trail near the Park Junction tot lot.  Take a look at this before and after photos as examples of the fencing improvements.

Community Festival 2017 – The inaugural Community Festival was held from 1:00 – 5:00 pm on August 26, 2017.  There were all kinds of activities for kids, a fun with science workshop, food vendors, silent auction and much more. Missed it?  Well here is a picture album to give you a glimpse of the festivities with the last picture showing the winners of the numerous prizes.

Community Yard Sale – The Fall Yard Sale is coming and if you would like to participate. Please contact the office at 703-266-2020 or via email at office@sully2.com. The office needs to know what addresses would like to participate so they can place directional signs toward the address.

Call for Candidates - The 2017 Annual Meeting of the Association was held on Thursday, September 28, 2017 at the Sully Station II Community Center. The primary business of the Annual Meeting was to elect three (3) Members to serve on the Board of Trustees for a two (2) year term; however, we only received one (1) Candidate Statement for election to the Board of Trustees leaving two (2) Board seats vacant.

The two (2) open positions will be appointed to a one (1) year term by the Board of Trustees at a Special meeting to be held on Thursday, October 12, 2017 at 7:00 P.M. at the Sully Station II Community Center, 5501 Sully Park Drive, Centreville, VA 20120.

If you are interested in serving on the Board, please complete the linked nomination form declaring your interest. The nomination form can be hand-delivered or mailed to the Community Center, 5501 Sully Park Drive, Centreville, VA 20120, or emailed to office@sully2.com.  Nomination form must be received no later than close of business on Wednesday, October 11, 2017.

Budget Workshop – The Board of Trustees will be having a Budget Workshop on October 19, 2017 at 7pm. All residents are welcome to attend the workshop to go over the DRAFT budget for 2018. This is a great chance to become more familiar with what the major activities will be for our Association in 2018, as well as to learn about the budgeting process

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HDC Flyer

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These are the areas participating in the Fall Yard Sale on Saturday, October 14th:

Street Name Street Name
Battery Ridge Ln Beaumeadow Ct
Belcher Farm Dr Creek Valley Ct
Croatan Dr & Ct Cub Stream Dr
Deer Pond Rd Deer Lake Ln
Flower Hill Dr Grobie Pond Ln
Pond Field Dr Schoolfield Ct
Stream Pond Dr & Ct Sully Lake Dr
Truitt Farm Dr Village Center Dr
Winterfield Ct Wood Creek Ln

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Cub Run PVT Cleanup Template

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Community Yard Sale October 2017 Flyer

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The Association will be begin its upcoming paving project next week. Streets that did not receive the seal coat treatment last summer will be getting repaved and some areas will be getting repairs. Work will begin at 7am until 5pm or until finished, all work is weather permitting. A list of streets affected by the upcoming projects are as follows:

September 18th
Winterfield Dr, Willow Creek Dr, Flower Hill Dr

September 19th
Flower Hill Dr

September 20th
Flower Hill Dr and Flower Hill Ct

September 21st
Winterfield Ct and Winterfield Dr

September 22nd
Wood Creek Ln

September 25th
Stream Pond Dr and Stream Pond Ct

September 26th
Stream Pond Dr, Beaumeadow Ct and Beaumeadow Dr

September 27th
Deer Lake Ln, Deer Lake Ct, and Winterfield Dr

September 28th
Community Center Parking Lot

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Community Festival 2017 Flyer

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2017 Sully Station II Community Association Annual Operating Budget

Dear Sully Station II Members:

The Sully Station II Community Association Board of Trustees has approved the
2017 Annual Operating Budget. The Board and Management have held several meetings, including a presentation for residents, where each line item in the budget was discussed with the primary objective of controlling costs. The resulting 2017 Budget requires a small increase to cover expenses not offset by ongoing cost saving activities.

The following is a summary of the budget by category:

2016 2017
INCOME 1,541,666 1,559,500
EXPENSES
ADMINISTRATIVE 465,225 481,530
GENERAL MAINTENANCE 190,410 203,484
POOL 98,600 86,950
COMMUNITY CENTER 24,000 25,000
PROGRAMS 24,940 25,940
SINGLE FAMILY 104,797 105,951
ESTATES 54,303 55,720
TOWNHOMES 378,821 370,015
RESERVES 200,570 204,910
TOTAL EXPENSES 1,541,666 1,559,500
NET EXCESS/(DEFICIT) 0 0

 

The following is a breakdown of the monthly assessment rates:

2016 2017 % Change
TOWNHOMES $97.25 $97.90 0.67% Increase
SINGLE FAMILY $81.45 $83.20 2.15% Increase
ESTATE HOMES $128.50 $131.80 2.57% Increase

 

The slight increase in assessment rate for all segments of the community is primarily driven by inflation increases included in contracts and by the contribution to Reserves. Annual Reserve Contributions are determined by the Reserve Study which was conducted in 2016 by an independent contractor certified by the state of Virginia. The Reserve Study serves as a detailed plan for the replacement of Association assets.

FirstService Residential Services will be ordering the Assessment Coupon Books for each Member of the Association that is not currently participating in the Automatic Debit program. The intent is to have all coupon books received by the Members by the end of December 2016. When your coupon book arrives, please review it for accuracy. The Board of Trustees encourages you to consider using the Automatic Debit program to reduce Association costs of printing and mailing the coupon books each year. The registration form is available at:

ACH Debit Program

If you have any questions, please contact Rob Martin, General Manager at the Association office. Rob may be reached at 703-266-2020 or by email at Robert.Martin@fsresidential.com. The Assistant Manager, Luigi Solloso can be reached at 703-266-2044 or by email at Luigi.Solloso@fsresidential.com.

Sincerely,

Glenn Martin
President
Sully Station II Community Association Board of Trustees

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The office will be closed on Friday, August 4th. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. We will be open at our normal schedule on Monday, August 7th from 9:00AM to 5:00PM.

Please don’t forget to vote for the Proposed Amendment changes. Our Annual Call for Candidates mailing is going out and should be in your mailbox soon.

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2017 NNO Advertisement (1)

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Dear Members,

The following is the remaining 2017 season schedule of home events for our Sully Station II Community Association Swim Team, the Piranhas which affects our pool. Come out and support our Piranhas at all their events.

Awards Potluck Dinner – Sunday, July 30th at SS2 pool – 6:30pm (Pool will close early for preparations. Pool will close at 6pm)

Awards Potluck Dinner Rain Date – Monday, July 31st at SS2 pool – 6:30pm (If the rain date is necessary; Pool will close early for preparations. Pool will close at 6pm)

**Dates and times of Pep Rally events are subject to change**

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Dear Residents,

There will be no parking in the Sully Station II Pool Parking lot this Friday night July 21, 2017. Starting at 8pm the parking lot will be closed off due to the SSII Piranhas swim meet to be held the next morning on Saturday July 22, 2017.

The Pool lot will be closed at 8pm Friday evening in preparations for the meet.

Thank you for your cooperation. We look forward to seeing you at the meet to cheer on the Sully II swim team.

 

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Dear Residents,

Hope you can you are making plans to attend our annual picnic. In addition to entertainment we are serving the following:

  • Willards BBQ
  • with sides (beans, potatoes salad, coleslaw, etc.)
  • Hamburgers
  • Hotdogs
  • Soft Drinks
  • Adult Beverages
  • Water

**The Pool will not be opened until Noon  (12pm) on Saturday, July 8th for preparations for the event.**

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2017 July 4th Pool Party Flyer

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The Sully Station II Office will be closed on July 4th for the holiday. The office will be re-opened on Wednesday, July 5th.

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Dear Members,

The monthly Board meeting is scheduled for Thursday, June 22, 2017 at 7:00pm.

The meeting will be held at the Sully Station II Community Center at:

5501 Sully Park Dr

Centreville VA 20120

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Pool Season is Almost Here!!

The Sully Station II office will be holding extended hours for pool passes on the below dates:

Wednesday, May 3rd from 5PM – 7PM
Wednesday, May 17th from 5PM – 7PM
Saturday, May 27th from 10AM – 2PM
Saturday, June 3rd from 10AM – 2PM

The Pool Officially Opens May 27th at 11AM

**If you do not have an active 2017 Pool Pass you will not be allowed to enter the pool**

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Dear Members,

The Sully Station II office will be closed on Monday May 29th for Memorial Day.

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Dear Members,

The Sully Station II office will be closed on Wednesday May 24th from 10-2pm. We will re-open the office as soon as we can.

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Below is a list of participating streets in the Sully Station II Community Yard Sale. The event will take place Saturday, May 6th from 9am-1pm. Rain or shine.

 Battery Ridge  Ln & Ct  Belcher Farm Dr & Ct  Belle Plains Dr  Croatan Dr
 Cub Run Park Dr  Cub Stream Dr  Chandley Farm Cir  Deer Pond Rd & Ct
 Deer Lake Ct  Flower Hill Dr  Flagler Dr & Ct Grobie Pond Ln
 Hartlaub Ct  Kamputa Dr  Knoughton Way  Linden Creek Ct
 North Slope St  Round Lick Ln  Stream Pond Dr & Ct  Stone Creek Dr
 Sully Lake Dr & Ct  Winterfield Dr

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Community Yard Sale 2017 Flyer_1

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Dear Members,

The monthly Board meeting is scheduled for Thursday, March 23, 2017 at 7:00pm.

The meeting will be held at the Sully Station II Community Center at:

5501 Sully Park Dr

Centreville VA 20120

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2017 Chili Bingo Flyer

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Dear Members,

The monthly Board meeting is scheduled for Thursday, February 23, 2017 at 7:00pm.

The meeting will be held at the Sully Station II Community Center at:

5501 Sully Park Dr

Centreville VA 20120

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Dear Members,

The Board is holding a special Board meeting with the primary purpose of discussing the proposed Design Guideline changes.  The link below includes the agenda:

February 15, 2017 Special Board of Trustee Meeting Agenda

The meeting will be held at the Sully Station II Community Center at:

5501 Sully Park Dr

Centreville VA 20120

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Dear Members,

The January Board of Trustees meeting is scheduled for Thursday, January 26th at 7pm at the Community Center.

Please contact the office at 703-266-2020 or office@Sully2.com if you have any questions.

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Due to a massive fire at the primary disposal facility in Northern Virginia, trash removal service times could be impacted.  Your service day will remain the same, but as we make adjustments to divert material to other locations and add additional trucks to offset the impact, services may be performed earlier or later than normal.  We appreciate your patience and understanding while we work through this unfortunate situation. We currently expect the disposal facility to be closed for the foreseeable future, once we receive word that the facility has reopened we will notify you accordingly.

 

For additional information regarding this, check out this link;

http://www.nbcwashington.com/news/local/Firefighters-Respond-Blaze-Trash-Disposal-Center–412635913.html

Sincerely,American Disposal Services

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There is a possibility for a severe ice storm beginning Saturday, January 14 and lasting into the evening.  A wintry mix of precipitation is forecasted to begin at 1:00am and continue throughout the day.  While forecasted accumulation of snow is minimal, the risk of icy conditions is high.  Residents are encouraged to prepare for a winter storm, including the possibility of an extended power outage, prior to travel conditions deteriorating.  Snow Management Group will be pre-treating the roads Friday, January 13 beginning at 7:00pm however all residents should exercise extreme caution if traveling during the storm.

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The Sully Station II Office will be closed on Monday, January 16th in observance of the Martin Luther King Day.

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American Disposal will be picking up Christmas Trees on Wednesday, January 11th.

Please place your Christmas Tree at curbside to be picked up no earlier than Tuesday, January 10th, 5:00 pm.

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Dear Members,

The Board of Trustees has finalized and approved the SSIICA Strategic Plan Revision.

SSIICA Strategic Plan Revised

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Dear Sully Station II Community Association Members,

The results of the Sully Station II election are in and we would like to thank all the resident who voted. We collected a total of 217 ballots, 50 more than we received the year before. We would like to also thank those residents who attended last nights meeting.  Your participation in this years election is very much appreciated. The results of the Sully Station II Board of Trustees election are as follows:
Name Votes Term
Adrian Isaicu 166 2 years
William Perry 162 2 years
Karen Hogan 158 2 years
Glenn Martin 154 2 years
Veronica Asafaylo 147 1 year
Diana Marvin 141 1 year

 

Volunteer of the Year

This year’s Volunteer of the Year award recipient was Julie Dale.  Mrs. Dale serves as the Architectural Review Board Chairperson, and has served the community for many years.  Congratulations Julie and thank you for all you do for Sully Station II!

Gift Card Winner

The winner of the $300 gift card was Mira Tak.  Thank you Ms. Tak for voting in this years election and Amendment process.

Amendments

We were unable to meet the required 885 votes in order to determine a result for the proposed Amendments, thus we are unable to announce a resolution to this issue.  The Board will be working with the Association’s attorney to establish the best process to complete this endeavor.  Please stay tuned for more information and We thank all who have participated at this time

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Dear Members,

The December Board meeting is scheduled for Thursday, December 15th at 7pm at the Community Center.

Please contact the office at 703-266-2020 or office@Sully2.com if you have any questions.

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Panther Drop off

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The Sully Station II Office will be closed on Thursday, November 24th and Friday, November 25th in observance of the Holiday. We hope everyone has a wonderful Holiday weekend!

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Dear Members,

Last weekend we had an incident in the Battery Ridge area involving inappropriate vandalism to residents homes, vehicles, and common area property. With the help of some of the residents of Battery Ridge area, the culprits have been identified and the Association has taken action against them. The vandalism has been removed by the culprits. The Association will not tolerate any vandalism to any residents property or common area property. Please report any acts of vandalism to the police and the Association as soon as possible.

Thank you and happy holidays!

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Dear Sully Station II Members:

The Sully Station II Community Association Board of Trustees has approved the 2016 Annual Operating Budget.

2015                     2016

Townhomes        $92.54                   $97.25

Single Family      $80.05                  $81.45

Estate Homes      $125.10                $128.50

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Dear Members,

The November Board meeting is scheduled for Thursday, November 17th at 7pm at the Community Center.

Please contact the office at 703-266-2020 or office@Sully2.com if you have any questions.

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Budget Development Workshop

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Community Center at 6:30pm

This workshop serves as an opportunity for residents to see the process of creating our budget and allows for input and suggestions.  All residents are welcome to attend.

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Special Board Meeting

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Community Center at 7pm

The Board is holding a special Board meeting with the primary purpose of electing Board officers.

Please contact the office if you have any questions.

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Dear Sully Station II Community Association Members,

The Sully Station II Community Association Annual Meeting is scheduled for Thursday, September 22, 2016 at 7 p.m. in the Community Center.  At this meeting, six Board of Trustee members will be elected and the community will be voting on two amendments to the Sully Station II Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions.  The Agenda and the Proposed Amendment changes can be found below. Your participation in this important vote is imperative.

Sully Station II Community Center
5501 Sully Park Dr.
Thursday September 22, 2016 at 7 p.m.

Proposed Amendment Changes

Annual Meeting Agenda Package

Thank You

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Attention Sully Estates Members,

This Public Hearing may affect some of the Sully Estates members. Please read the following:

http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/dpz/zoningordinance/proposed/shapefactor.pdf

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Dear Sully Station II Members,

The Architectural Review Board (ARB) will be holding a special ARB meeting on Monday September 19th at 6:30 p.m. All Sully Station II members are welcome to attend the meeting.

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Dear Sully Station II Community Association Members,

All SSIICA Members are invited to attend “Meet the Candidates Night” at Sully Station II Community Center on Thursday, September 8, 2016 at 7 p.m. Members will have a chance to meet and discuss Association issues with the candidates. There are six (6) Trustee Positions open for election at the Annual Meeting, Thursday September 22, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. in the Community Center, and there are six (6) nominees.  This is the perfect opportunity for SSIICA Members to ask important questions and discuss issues with the candidates that may be important to you.

Thank you

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Sully Station II Members,

On behalf of the Sully Station II Community Association Board of Trustees, attached is a link to the draft first revision of the Association’s Strategic Plan.  The Board would like to include views from our Members and is soliciting feedback by end of the day, next Tuesday, 23 August.  If you have any comments or suggested changes, please email them to board@sully2.com by next Tuesday.

The Association’s Strategic Plan can be found below:

Draft SSIICA Strategic Plan Revision

 

Thank you,

SSIICA Board of Trustees

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Sully Station II National Night Out Event made the Centreview Newspaper on page 3 and 8.

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Dear Members,

The Pool will be officially open on Saturday May 28th at 11am – 8pm. The Pool will be open from 11am to 8pm on Sunday and Memorial Day Monday. If you have not activated your 2016 Pool Pass then please follow the instructions below.

2016 Facility Pass – Owners

2016 Facility Pass – Renter

All new owners or renters who have not received a pool pass must fill out the 2016 Facility Pass form and return the form to the Management office. In addition new owners and renters will need to bring legal identification and come to the office for picture (s) and card processing. New renters must also bring a copy of a current lease. Any lease that is month to month will need a verification letter from the owner of the unit to verify the lease status.

Owners:

Owners who have already acquired a facility pass last year, those passes are still valid. Simply fill out the 2016 Facility Pass form and return it to the Management office. We will activate the passes upon receipt of the form.

Renters:

Renters who have already acquired a facility pass last year and still have a valid lease on file, those passes are still valid. Simply fill out the 2016 Facility Pass form and return it to the Management office. We will activate the passes upon receipt of the form and verification of lease.

Thank You

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Dear Members,

The August Board Meeting is Thursday, August 25th at 7 PM and will be held at the Community Center.

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Dear Members,
The Board of Trustees of Sully Station II Community Association would like to invite you to participate in the Annual Meeting on Thursday, September 22, 2016 at 7 p.m. at the Community Center.

The Annual Meeting’s Call for Candidate form is included below:

Annual Meeting Call for Candidates 2016

Thank you

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2016 NNO Advertisement

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Dear Sully Station II Members,

**If your street is not mentioned in the Road Maintenance Schedule you may experience traffic and parking congestion even though no work may be performed on your street.**

Brothers Paving will be performing road maintenance on your road beginning June 27,2016.  This maintenance will require you to remove your car from the area for APPROXIMATELY 24 HOURS as they will be applying a sealant to the road that needs 24 hours to cure properly.  This material will damage or discolor your vehicle if you drive on it prior to the road or parking area being re-opened.

On the reverse side of this letter is the tentative schedule for each road.  Please locate the road on which you live and the date it is planned to be repaired (it is the date marked “NO PARKING”).  You will need to have your car moved by 7:00 AM that morning otherwise it will be relocated to the Community Center parking lot at your expense ($75).  Any vehicles that do not have the proper permit will be impounded per the normal towing guidelines.  Parking is expected to be available the afternoon on the following day.

**If your street is not mentioned in the Road Maintenance Schedule you may experience traffic and parking congestion even though no work may be performed on your street.**

The Road Maintenance Schedule is below:

Road Maintenance Schedule

For Example:

If you are a resident who lives on Battery Ridge Lane or Court:

Your road is scheduled to be repaired on Tuesday, July 5. You will need to have your car removed from the area by 7am on Tuesday, July 5. Your road and your parking area will reopen on Wednesday, July 6 in the afternoon.

Sully Station II Community Association has secured permission for residents to utilize the parking lots at Stone Middle School and London Towne Elementary School. All residents will be utilizing these lots at their own risk as Fairfax County takes no responsibility for any vehicles parked in these parking lots. We also encourage residents to utilize county roads near their homes including but not limited to: Sully Park Drive, Stone Creek Drive, Linden Creek Drive, Deer Pond Court, Kamputa Drive, Cub Stream Drive, Flagler Drive, O’Day Drive, Rocky Run Drive, and Awbrey Patent Drive.

We understand that this process will affect our residents and we apologize for any inconvenience this will cause. However we must continue to maintain the community infrastructure in an effort to protect property values for all owners.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact me at 703-266-2020 or Robert.Martin@fsresidential.com. Thank you for your cooperation during this process.

**If your street is not mentioned in the Road Maintenance Schedule you may experience traffic and parking congestion even though no work may be performed on your street.**

 

Sincerely,

Robert Martin

General Manager

Sully Station II CA

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PARKINGNOTICE

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PetFest 2016 has officially been cancelled due to rain. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.

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PetFest 2016 Flyer_1 PetFest 2016 Flyer_2

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The Sully Station II Office will be extending its hours from 5pm – 8pm for Pool Passes on Wednesday May 11th. If you are not able to stop by the office during normal business hours, 9am – 5pm, to have the new Bar-coded Pool Pass issued to you. Then this is the perfect opportunity for you! Any resident who doesn’t have a Pool Pass for 2016 please stop by.

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Vendor Shopping 2016

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ARB approved a new color list for decks and fencing. The list of approved colors can be found below:

SINGLE FAMILY HOMES TOWNHOMES
OLYMPIC STAINS OLYMPIC STAINS
· Desert Sand · Desert Sand
· Caramel · Caramel
· 706 Cedar Natural tone · #706 Cedar Natural tone
· #717 Redwood Naturaltone · #717 Redwood Naturaltone
· #718 Fir/Pine Naturaltone · #718 Fir/Pine Naturaltone
· #727 Cinnamon · #727 Cinnamon
BEHR PREMIUM WOOD COATINGS BEHR PREMIUM WOOD COATINGS
TRANSPARENT TRANSPARENT
· T-170 Golden Honey · T-170 Golden Honey
· T-171 Antique Oak · T-171 Antique Oak
· T-172 Natural Sequoia · T-172 Natural Sequoia
· T-129 Chocolate · T-129 Chocolate
· T-104 Cordovan Brown · T-104 Cordovan Brown
SEMI-TRANSPARENT SEMI-TRANSPARENT
·  ST-158 Golden Beige · ST-158 Golden Beige
· ST-152 Red Cedar · ST-152 Red Cedar
· ST-146 Cedar · ST-146 Cedar
·  ST-140 Bright Tamara · ST-140 Bright Tamara
· ST-134 Curry · ST-134 Curry
· ST-533 Cedar Naturaltone · ST-533 Cedar Naturaltone
PRE-MIXED COLORS PRE-MIXED COLORS
· Unfinished Wood · Unfinished Wood
· #500/400 Natural · #500/400 Natural
· #501/401 Cedar Naturaltone · #501/401 Cedar Naturaltone
SOLID COLORS
· SC- 533 Cedar Naturaltone
· SC-140 Bright Tamara
· SC-141-Tugboat
· SC-142 Cappuccino
· SC-146 Cedar
· SC-147 Castle Grey
· SC-148 Adobe Brown
· SC-152 Red Cedar
· SC-153 Taupe
· SC-158 Golden Beige

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Dear Sully Station II Members, Sully Station II Board of Trustee’s and Management would like your help. Please take a minute to fill out our survey, use the link below: Sully Station II Survey Thank You!

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Dear Members, The Board of Trustees will have a Special Board meeting on Thursday, March 10th, 2016 at 7pm at the Community Center. The Board will be entering Executive Session during the meeting, at which time residents who attend will need to be excused.  Any vote of the Board will be held in open session at the conclusion of this Executive Session period. Thank you

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Dear Sully Station II Community Association Member: In accordance with the provisions of Policy Resolution II of the bylaws for Sully Station II Community Association Policy Resolution 1 & 11 have been approved during the August 2015 meeting. For you convenience we have attached a copy for you to view. If you have any questions please contact the main office. Policy Resolution 1 Policy Resolution 11

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The Association’s responsibilities regarding snow plowing are described below:

Townhome Neighborhoods

The Association is responsible for plowing snow in all the townhome neighborhood streets and parking areas. Residents are responsible for removing snow directly behind their vehicles. Some additional accumulation of snow behind your vehicles should be expected when the plow truck pushes snow (this cannot be avoided as they cannot risk damage to vehicles).

Single-Family Home Streets

All streets in the single-family home sections are the responsibility of VDOT. If you need snow plowing on any of the state dedicated streets in the single-family home sections, please call VDOT at (703) 383-8368. You can also visit VDOT’s Website at www.VirginiaDOT.org for Snow Removal info for Single Family state maintained streets. The Association does not plow snow from the pipe stems.  The individual owners who share the common roads (pipe stems) are responsible for their own snow plowing.

Sidewalks

The Association is not responsible for plowing or removing snow from any sidewalks, except the Community Center sidewalk. Efforts will be made to clear sidewalks at the school bus stops only after VDOT has plowed their roads. As a courtesy and safety precaution for students, snow will be removed from the sidewalk along Sully Park Drive from Stone Road to Braddock Road on the Ormond Stone School side only, once VDOT has cleared snow from Sully Park Drive.

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Dear Sully Station II Members: There will be a Finance Committee meeting on Wednesday, January 20th, at 7:00pm. The meeting will be held at the Sully Station II Community Center and is open to all members.

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Dear Members, The Sully Station II Community Association would like to congratulate Ron Schulte on being elected to the Board of Trustees and Eric Stalfort for winning Volunteer of the Year Award. Congratulations! The Sully Station II Community Association would also like to thank  Justin Boudville and Carey Haynes for their years of service on the Board of Trustees. Thank you! For all your time volunteered and all that you have done for our community! Thank you! To all the Election Committee members who did a fantastic job. Congratulations to the winners of the four (4)  $50 gift cards, who’s ballot was selected at random: Yeen Suk Park Kevin Susko Gerard O’Donohue Mary Anne Gatton Congratulation to Jane Leahy for winning the 2015 Annual Meeting Door prize.

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The Board of Trustees are working hard to make Sully Station II a better community but they cannot do it alone. The Board of Trustees proposed a change to the Amendments in the October 2014 Annual Meeting. We are still collecting votes for the Amendments change. So if you are an owner in Sully Station II and have not voted, we need your vote. Click here to see the proposed Amendments change. We appreciate your vote!

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Dear Sully Station II Members: American Disposal will be picking up Christmas Trees that are placed curbside on Wednesday  January 6th  and January 13th, 2016

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We would like to give a BIG THANK YOU to Sexton Christmas Trees for provided a beautiful Christmas Tree to Sully Station II Community Association. The beautiful Christmas Tree is on display at the Sully Station II Community Center, for all to see

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To our FCPD Family & Friends: We have a great Police Department and community to be grateful for as all of us are engaged in accomplishing our mission 24/7.  May all of you enjoy a holiday season filled with the joy of family and friends.  Be safe and enjoy the link to our Department holiday greetings:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_7bmaJMFy6I&feature=youtu.be Colonel Edwin C. Roessler Jr. Chief of Police Fairfax County Police Department 4100 Chain Bridge Road – 11th Floor Fairfax, Virginia 22030 703-246-2195

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Dear Sully Station II Members, There will be several open meetings to discuss the new Pool Contract for the Sully Station II 2016 Pool season and beyond. December 15, 2015, the Technical team will meet at 7:00 pm at the Sully Station II Community Center to discuss the Technical aspects of the Contracts.  December 16, 2015, the Cost team will meet at 7:00 pm at the Sully Station II Community Center to discuss the Financial aspects of the Contracts. December 21, 2015, the two (2) teams will meet at 7:00 pm at the Sully Station II Community Center to discuss the Final Rankings of the Contracts. All members are welcome to attend any of these meetings.

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Dear Sully Station II Community Association Member: The Board of Trustees will be holding a special meeting on November 12th, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. The Board of Trustee will be meeting for the appointment of Trustees and Officers 

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With a severe weather forecast for Northern Virginia Thursday to Sunday, significant rainfall, with potential flooding, is expected.

Here are some important phone numbers to keep handy, in the event of an emergency:

9-1-1, for police, fire, and rescue (life-threatening emergencies only, please)

Public Safety Non-Emergency: 703-691-2131

Fairfax County Emergency Information Line: 703-817-7771

Dominion Virginia Power: 1-866-DOM-HELP (1-866-366-4357)

NOVEC: 703-335-0500 or 1-888-335-0500

Washington Gas: 1-800-752-7520

VDOT: 1-800-FOR-ROAD (1-800-367-7623)

Fairfax Water: 703-698-5800

Verizon Customer Service: 1-800-VERIZON (837-4966)

Cox Customer Service: 703-378-8422

Fairfax County Stormwater Management Division: 703-877-2800

Fairfax County Wastewater Collection Division Trouble Response Center: 703-323-1211

Also remember to have your cellular phones and portable electronics fully charged before the storm hits.

For weather and road conditions: call 511; visit www.511virginia.org; follow @511northernva on Twitter; mobile.weather.gov for smart phones; visit www.VirginiaDOT.org.

In all cases, stay away from downed wires near downed trees. Electricity can travel through tree limbs. Never remove tree limbs or other items that are touching or are near a downed wire.  To report downed trees:

Adjacent to Public Roads: VDOT at 1-800-FOR-ROAD (1-800-367-7623)

On County Parkland: Fairfax County Park Authority at 703-324-8594

Posing Hazard to Public Areas: Fairfax County Urban Forestry at 703-324-1770

Private Property: Removal is the property owner’s responsibility.

 

Additional preparedness information can be found at: 

Customize your weather forecast at www.weather.gov, type city and state, or zip code, and check the box “remember me.”

www.fairfaxcounty.gov/emergency/prepare

http://fairfaxcountyemergency.wordpress.com

Please take precautions now to keep you and your family (and pets) safe.

Sincerely, Sully Station II Community Association Management Team

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For the 2015 pool season, Sully Station II implemented a new digital Pool Pass ID system. We will begin taking digital pictures and issuing new ID cards starting February 2nd, 2015, during normal business hours. Please be advised that the old Pool Passes (laminated green carton) are not valid anymore and will not be accepted. Starting May 23rd 2015, you can only access the pool by presenting the new digital Pool Pass. Home owners and dependents, please bring proper identification. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Renters, please bring proper ID and your current rental agreement if you did not register it with us already. Your pool pass will expire the last day of your rental agreement and can be extended if you provide us the lease extension.

Pool Opening Hours 2015

May 23rd to June 19th Monday through Friday 1PM to 8PM Saturday, Sunday, Holidays 11AM to 8PM June 20th to Sept 7th Monday through Friday 11AM to 8PM Friday, Saturday, Holidays 11AM to 8PM

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Dear Sully Station II Community Association Member: In accordance with the provisions of Policy Resolution II of the bylaws for Sully Station II Community Association, this provides notice of a public hearing for comment which will be convened at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, August 27, 2015 at the Sully Station II Community Center: 5501 Sully Park Drive, Centreville, VA 20120-5426.  This hearing is an opportunity for residents to address the Board of Trustees with any concerns regarding the changes being made to Policy Resolution 11 and Administrative Resolution 1. Both resolutions have been included for your review.  Please read both documents and provide feedback at the hearing or email the Board of Trustees at Board@Sully2.com We encourage your participation in the hearing process and attendance at the Board Meeting on Thursday, August 27, 2015 at 7 p.m. at the Sully Station II Community Center. If you have any questions, please contact me at the Association Office at 703-266-2020 or e-mail at Robert.Martin@fsresidential.com Collection Policy Resolution  Policy Resolution 11

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Dear Members, The Board of Trustees of Sully Station II Community Association would like to invite you to participate in the Annual Meeting on Thursday, September 24, 2015 at 7 p.m. at the Community Center. Attached is the link for more  information that will assist you in becoming a supporting owner of Sully Station II Community Association. If you are interested in running for a position on the Board of Trustees, please review the attached link for more information. Annual Meeting 2015 ————————————————————————————————————————-

WINE CLUB

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Sully Station II in conjunction with High Sierra Pools is offering swimming lessons this summer. If you are interested in having your child participate, please visit swim.highsierrapools.com for more information and online registration or you can send an email to lessons@highsierrapools.com or call our High Sierra Pools at 703-920-1750. General Information Each session is composed of eight lessons taught over two weeks; Monday through Thursday, with Fridays reserved as make-up days. Each lesson lasts 30 minutes. All children must be at least 3 years old to enroll in any swimming lesson. High Sierra Pools offers the following types of lessons each session: GROUP LESSONS – There is a minimum of four children needed in order to organize a group and run group lessons. The maximum number of children per group is seven. The cost is $80 per child. SEMI-PRIVATE LESSONS – Semi-private lessons are offered for two students in a group. These groups must be pre-arranged by parent(s). HSP unfortunately cannot organize these groups. The cost is $140 per child. PRIVATE LESSONS – One-on-one lessons for a single student. The cost is $280 per child. The deadline for signing up is one week before the start date of the session. Payment will also be due by that time. Swim Lessons Schedule

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SESSION 2 July 6th July 16th
SESSION 3 July 20th July 30th
SESSION 4 August 3rd August 13th

   

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9.00-9.30AM Sharks/Dolphins/ Private/Semi-private Sharks/Dolphins/ Private/Semi-private Sharks/Dolphins/ Private/Semi-private Sharks/Dolphins/ Private/Semi-private
9.30-10.00AM Sea Turtles/ Private/Semi-private Sea Turtles/ Private/Semi-private Sea Turtles/ Private/Semi-private Sea Turtles/ Private/Semi-private
10.00-10.30AM Nemos/   Private/Semi-private Nemos/   Private/Semi-private Nemos/   Private/Semi-private Nemos/   Private/Semi-private

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I would like to take this opportunity to wish all Sully Station II residents a very Happy New Year! The Sully II Times Newsletter is being implemented to increase communications with the Sully Station II residents and to provide timely information on the various activities and community services happening in your neighborhood. One of the goals of the newsletter is to share information and encourage residents to get involved in neighborhood activities, meet other residents and foster a sense of community spirit. The Board of Trustees encourages members of all ages to become involved in community activities and help create our community into a neighborhood that families call “home”. There are plenty of opportunities to volunteer. They range from helping at our many community functions – to serving on a Board developed committee(s). In 2014, the Board reviewed the governing documents and services provided by the community management company, FirstServices Residential. A decision was made to update the Sully Station II committee structure. The Board developed six committees, with written charters, to help the Board operate the Sully Station II Community Association. The committees are: Architectural Review Board, Architectural Review Committee (Sully Estate focus), Election Committee, Activities Committee, Financial Review and Budget Committee, and the Communications Committee. Members are encouraged to volunteer, participate in the committees and to support the Board of Trustees in their fiduciary responsibilities. In 2015 we will be, once again, recruiting Sully Station II children and parents to become involved in the Sully II Swim Team. The swim team is a fantastic summer activity! It allows participation in teambuilding activities, travel/meeting others from surrounding commmunities for competitions and best of all - have a memorable summer. Through the years, our swim team has been a key activity to help make the community feel like a neighborhood. There will be future articles in the Sully II Times that will explain how and when swim team registration will occur. If you would like to volunteer in the community, or are a student needing community service credit, please contact our Community Management Staff, Bob Webster (703-266-2020) or Luigi Solloso (703-266-2044), for more details. To all those who have volunteered this past year. We at Sully Station II would like express a very warm and heartfelt THANK YOU! We can’t thank you enough for all you hard work and dedication to our community!! I want to wish everyone a safe and healthy 2015! Dan Jenuleson President Sully Station II Board of Trustees

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November 20, 2014 Dear Sully Station II Members The Sully Station II Community Association Board of Trustees has approved the 2015 Annual Operating Budget. The Budget’s fiscal year begins January 01, 2015 and ends December 31, 2015. The Board and Management have discussed in depth each line items on the Budget. The priority is to control cost growth. However, consideration is also given to the level of services provided, existing contract expenses, and increases due to inflation. The result is the 2015 Budget requires a small increase to cover expenses not offset by ongoing cost saving activites. The following is a breakdown of the monthly assessment rates:

Assesments 2014 2015 Townhomes $91.05 $92.54 Single family homes $80.05 $80.05 Estate Homes $125.10 $125.50
The Townhome assessment increased by one dollar and forty nine cents. The Townhome assessment rate is driven by the 2013/2014 snow season. During the recent winter, fifty three inches of snow fell in our area over several months. The snow removal costs exceeded our Townhome snow removal budget, and consumed our entire Townhome snow removal reserve budget. The Townhome assessment increase is the result of the Board of Trustees’ efforts to manage costs – while addressing our fiduciary responsibilities to replenish the snow reserves. The minimal increase to the Estate Homes assessment is to increase required funding into the Estate reserve account based on the Reserve Study recommendations. The Single Family homes assessment rate remains unchanged. The Board recognizes some Members are experiencing financial difficulties due to economic conditions. This small increase of Assessment is critical to continue to cover important services, while at the same time keeping assessments low. FirstService Residential Services will be ordering the Assessment Coupon Books for each Member of the Association. The intent is to have all coupons books received by the Members by the end of December 2014. When the coupon books arrive, please review your coupon book for accuracy. Assessment Payment Options 2015 Please do not forget to contact your payment provider (PayLease and similar sites) to adjust your account settings to reflect the new monthly assessment payment on your automatic payment. If you have any questions, please contact Bob Webster, General Manager at the HOA office. Bob may be reached at 703-266-2020; Email: bob.webster@fsresidential.com or Luigi Solloso, Assistant Manager at 703-266-2044; Email: luigi.solloso@fsresidential.com. Sincerely, Dan Jenuleson President Sully Station II Board of Trustees

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Join us for a

Simply Savvy Shopping Holiday Extravaganza

at Sully Station II Community Center

Sunday, November 9, 2014, 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Just in time for the Holidays!

Shop for Christmas and Hanukah presents for all the ladies (and men) in your life from a collection of jewelry, skin care, cosmetics, handbags, cookware, spices, dips, wellness products, candles, and more…

The first Fifteen attendees will receive a Goody Bag* containing lots of fantastic items. There will be good light food and a drawing each hour for great prizes! For more information, contact CeeCee L. Evans at ceecee.evans@verizon.net *One bag per family. Thank you! Cheers, CeeCee L. Evans

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On October 23, 2014 the Sully Station II Community Association met for the Annual Meeting. The Election Committee tallied all the votes and Daniel Jenuleson, Veronica Asafaylo and William Perry have all been Re-Elected. Adrian Isaicu won election and now joins the Board of Trustees. We say goodbye to Ray Molano (Trustee) and Loraine Wood (Treasurer). In order to fill the vacant seat left from the absence of Ray Malano the Board of Trustees has appointed Ronald Schulte to fill the vacant seat on the Board of Trustees. President –                  Daniel Jenuleson Vice President –          Justin Boudville Secretary -                  Carey Haynes Treasurer –                  Ronald Schulte Trustee –                     William Perry Trustee –                     Veronica Asafaylo Trustee -                     Adrian Isaicu We would like to give a special thank you to all members of the Sully Station II Community Association who voted and submitted a proxy. The five lucky winners whose numbers were drawn to win the raffle are: Robert Introne, Harold & Myra Kammerer, Charles Kinney, Prakash & Neil Mehta and E. Pereira & S. Ellis. Also, the lucky winner whose ticket was drawn to win the $250 gift basket from FirstService Residential is Teague Tolson.

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July 20, 2014 Members and Residents of Sully Station II Community Association: The Board of Trustees (BOT) requests and encourages your input to the revised draft 2014 Strategic Plan. Your input is requested no later than August 15, 2014. Input should be sent by email to the following email address: Board@sully2.com. Your BOT has been working on the 2014 Strategic Plan over that last several months. Some input was solicited from members and has already incorporated into the draft document. The 2014 Strategic Plan is still a work-in-progress with completion currently planned for late August. More details here: Draft Release SSIICA Stategic Plan

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SULLY STATION II FINANCIAL LETTER FOR 2014 Assessment Payment Options 2014 Owners: Please do not forget to contact your payment provider (PayILease and similar sites) to adjust your account settings to reflect the new monthly assessment payment on your automatic payment.

Pet Policy Reminder

Please be advised that the Association’s Pet Policy does not allow “voice control” as a method of controlling your pet.  The policy stipulates that “pets shall not be permitted upon the Common Areas unless they are carried, leashed or otherwise restrained by a person that is capable of exercising immediate and complete control over the pet to ensure the safe separation of the pet from other animals and people at a distance that reasonably avoids fear and concern on the part of others.” In addition, please remember to clean up after your pet.  It’s the Association’s policy and the County’s policy.  Owners can be subject to a fine by the County if they fail to clean up after their pet.  Please call Animal Control at (703) 830-3310 to report violators. Let’s all be responsible pet owners and keep our community clean!

Please Do Not Feed the Geese ! 

It has been observed that many residents enjoy bringing their kids down to the ponds to feed the geese.  Feeding the geese and other wildlife is unhealthy for them, leads to increased aggression towards humans and is against local regulations.  We encourage you to discontinue this practice.  This information was provided by the Northern Virginia Water & Soil Conservation District’s newsletter “Conservation Currents”.  For more information regarding controlling geese population please visit www.faifaxcounty.gov/nvswcd/newsletter/geesegovctr.htm or www.geesepeace.org Geese Police will assist in reducing the geese population at the ponds by the use of trained border collies that chase the geese away without harm to the geese. While everyone enjoys the wildlife, excessive populations can be “too much of a good thing”.  The Association is trying to minimize the negative impact that excessive geese populations can create.  Please contact the Association Office if you have any questions.

Sully Station II Pool Opening Day Swimmers

There were several brave people who ventured into the rather chilly waters at the Sully Station II Pool opening day.

Isabella  First Swimmer 2013
Isabella First Swimmer 2013

  Isabella - Sully Station II’s first brave Super Swimmer  in the pool for opening day! Water Temp: 55 F Accompanied by her Mom Dianna Another Sully Station II Super Swimmer we caught braving the chilly waters. 2nd brave swimmer   Hannah – Accompanied by dad Prentice -  is our second brave Sully Station II resident for opening day at the pool With the temperature barely reaching 65 on the Saturday before Memorial Day – these two are our super swimmers for the week!

Chili Bingo Night

The Annual Chili Bingo Night scheduled  at Stone Middle School was a success.  There were at least 14 Sully Station II resident chili pots entered with their  favorite Chili Recipes. Bingo included 12 games ( Straight Bingo, T – Bingo, 4 Corners Bingo, Fill the Bingo Card and 2 warm up Bingo games) with 15 gifts for all the winners. Bingo Prizes included:

  • A Monopoly Game
  • Gift Cards to Baha Fresh
  • $50 Gift Card to San Vitos
  • $100 Gift Card to Eggspectations
  • 2 Movie Passes to Regal Theater (2 prizes)
  • A Family Night at the Movies package
  • Target Gift Baskets (2 prizes)
  • Lumina Digital Camera
  • Grand Prize: Samsung Galaxy II Tablet
Justin - Chili winner
Justin – Chili winner
Winners of the Lumix Digital Camera
Winners of the Lumix Digital Camera

The Chili Recipe winner was Justin Boudville with his special Turkey Chili won a Magic Bullet Deluxe mixer.    We had a great show of volunteers that helped with set up and clean up and everyone had a great time! Many thanks to resident Heidi Haynes and Target for donating the Target gift baskets.

Snow Plowing Information

The Snow Plowing Contractor, Brothers Paving, has placed stakes at various curb locations.  Please do not remove these stakes.  They help the contractor locate the curbs during snow events to minimize any damage to the curbs. The Association’s responsibilities regarding snow plowing are described below:

Townhome Neighborhoods

The Association is responsible for plowing snow in all the townhome neighborhood streets and parking areas.  Residents are responsible for removing snow directly behind their vehicles.  Additional accumulation of snow behind your vehicles should be expected when the plow truck pushes snow (this cannot be avoided as they cannot risk damage to vehicles or their equipment).

Single-Family Home Streets

All streets in the single-family home sections are the responsibility of VDOT. If you need snow plowing on any of the state dedicated streets in the single-family home sections, please call VDOT at (703) 383-8368. The individual owners who share the common roads (pipe stems) are responsible for their own snow plowing also.

Sully Estates

The Association plows snow on the two streets within Sully Estates: Chandley Farm Circle and Cub Run Park Drive.  All driveways and pipe stems (including Chandley Farm Court) are the responsibility of the individual homeowners whose lots include those shared pipe stems.

Sidewalks

The Association is not responsible for plowing or removing snow from any sidewalks, except the Community Center sidewalk.  Efforts will be made to clear sidewalks at the school bus stops only after VDOT has plowed their roads.  As a courtesy and safety precaution for students, snow will be removed from the sidewalk along Sully Park Drive from Stone Road to Braddock Road on the Ormond Stone School side only, once VDOT has cleared snow from Sully Park Drive.

Fire Hydrants

Residents can help by clearing snow from around any fire hydrants so that it is visible to the fire department.  This small effort could be a lifesaver!  Let’s all work together in protecting our families, homes, and community.

Snow Plowing Contractor

Brother’s Paving will begin plowing automatically after there is an accumulation of two (2) inches of snow reported at Dulles.  Streets and driving lanes will be plowed first. Parking spaces will be plowed if there is ample room for the equipment.   Sanding of streets and parking lots will be done automatically once the plowing is completed (if conditions dictate).  There will be a minimum of two (2) trucks on-site during the snow removal process. If you need to report issues or concerns about the snow plowing please call the Association Office. Leave a message that includes your name, telephone number, and street address.  Calls will be monitored and returned throughout the snow plowing process.

Thank You For The Beautiful Christmas Tree!

Malissa White Sexton of Sexton’s Christmas Trees (and a Sully II resident) donated a beautiful live 12’ Christmas Tree, bows and wreaths for the Community Center.  Please visit Sexton’s Christmas Trees at 14311 Braddock Road Centreville, VA 20120 (in the Rainbow Child Development Center parking lot).  They can be reached at 703-635-5244.   Thank you Malissa for the lovely tree & greenery!

Christmas Holiday Trash Pick Up Schedule

Since both Christmas and New Year’s Day are on Tuesdays there will be no trash pickup on those days.  Regular trash pickup will resume on Friday following the holidays. Please refrain from placing trash out early so as not to cause litter in the community. Owners – Please advise your tenants of the Holiday trash pickup schedule.

Sully Station II Feature Story

SullyII Holiday Tree Trimming

Thursday night (11/29/2013) Sully Station II residents participated in the annual  Holiday Tree Trimming holiday tradition.  Neighbors and friends enjoyed a wonderful evening to kick off the Holiday Season by decorating the Community’s Holiday Tree.   Residents indulged in holiday treats and were able to create a wonderful Holiday memory with friends and neighbors. This year’s Sully Station II Community Center Tree is a 12′ beautiful live tree that was donated by a Sully Station II resident  Malissa White Sexton of Sexton’s Christmas Trees.  Sexton’s Christmas Trees also donated bows and wreaths for the Community Center.

Breakfast With Santa

The Holidays would not be complete without a visit from Santa!  Sully Station II residents brought the little ones with their Christmas Wish Lists on Saturday, December 1st to let Santa know their Christmas wishes.   Breakfast items were served by our Resident chef Richard Chamberlain for all to enjoy.  Also a very special Thank You goes out to Jamie Gadley for  organizing the Breakfast with Santa every year.

Community Announcements

New Complaint Procedure Adopted by the Board Due to recent changes in the Virginia POA (Property Owner’s Association) Act the Association’s attorney recommended, and the Board adopted an Administrative Resolution for Complaint Procedures. To obtain a copy please contact the Association Office.

Resource Information

Fairfax County has a frequently updated blog with emergency information for residents.  http://fairfaxcountyemergency.wordpress.com/ Emergency Hotline Available at 571-350-1300   http://fairfaxcountyemergency.wordpress.com/2012/10/29/emergency-hotline-available-at-571-350-1300/ Stay Informed on Your Mobile Device http://fairfaxcountyemergency.wordpress.com/2012/10/29/stay-informed-on-your-mobile-device/ Shelters Not Open, But Pre-Identified If Necessary http://fairfaxcountyemergency.wordpress.com/2012/10/29/shelters-not-open-but-pre-identified-if-necessary/ Tree Hit Your House? 4 Steps to Follow http://fairfaxcountyemergency.wordpress.com/2012/10/29/tree-hit-your-house-4-steps-to-follow/

Non-Emergency Information

The Fairfax County Non-Emergency number (703-691-2131) should be used for non-emergency or routine public safety request for assistance. However, if you have an emergency, please dial 911.

Power Outages

Dominion Virginia Power outages and downed wires: 1-866-DOM-HELP (1-866-366-4357), TTY 711;  Outage Map: https://www.dom.com/storm-center/dominion-electric-outage-map.jsp NOVEC (Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative) outages and downed wires: 1-888-335-0500 or 703-335-0500, TTY 711;  Outage reports:   http://stormcenter.novec.com/index.cfm

Downed Trees

For  information on on tree removal services after the storm http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/emergency/recover/tree-removal.htm Adjacent to public roads: Contact Virginia Department of Transportation at 1-800-FOR-ROAD, TTY 711. On county parkland: Contact Fairfax County Park Authority at 703-324-8594, TTY 703-324-3988. Posing a hazard to public areas: Contact Fairfax County Urban Forestry at 703-324-1770, TTY 703-324-1877. Private property: Removal is the property owner’s responsibility. 

Water

Fairfax Water @ 703-698-5800, TTY 703-698-7025. After hours, call 703-698-5613, TTY 711 www.fairfaxwater.org

Flooding

Rising water that threatens your safety, call 911 Storm flooding during regular business hours M-F 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. call 703-877-2800 TTY 711 For after-hours Storm Flooding  emergencies that are not life threatening, call 703-323-1211, TTY 703-239-8498, and state that you are reporting a storm sewer emergency. http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/dpwes/navbar/faqs/flooding.htm#howtell For Sanitary Sewer Flooding, call 703-323-1211, TTY 703-239-8498  http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/dpwes/navbar/faqs/flooding.htm#howtell If you have damp walls or floors, contact a water removal or restoration company

Sewer Breaks or Back-ups

Call the Department of Public Works and Environmental Services at 703-323-1211 or 703-250-2003, TTY 703-239-8489

Septic System

Call the Health Department at 703-246-2201, TTY 711 http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/hd/

Phone, Cable, and Internet Service

Cox Cable, Phone, and Internet: Call 703-378-8422 Verizon Phone and Internet: Call 1-800-VERIZON (1-800-837-4966) Direct TV: Call 1-800-531-5000 Dish Network: Call 1-800-333-3474

Insurance

The Virginia state Bureau of Insurance offers free consumer guides entitled, “What to Do After an Insured Commercial Property Loss”‘, and “What to Do After an Insured Homeowners Loss”. These guides are available at www.scc.virginia.gov/boi. The Bureau of Insurance has staff specifically trained to handle disaster insurance questions and problems. Call 804-371-9185 or 804-371-9185 or 9691. The toll-free number is 1-877-310-6560.

Sully Station II Announcements

Tennis Courts & Basketball Court Repairs

The tennis court and basketball court repairs were completed the 1st week in September.  Please visit and enjoy the new repairs and fresh look!

Turf Renovations

The Grounds Committee is working closely with Heritage Landscape Services to evaluate the turf areas and prioritize areas that need turf renovation and restoration.  This will be a comprehensive plan that will be accomplished over a period of years.  As the community matures there is a need to restore areas that once were turf and use alternative ground cover or erosions controls where turf can no longer be established due to the tree canopy.  The committee welcomes your suggestions and recommendations.

Sully Station II Previous Feature Stories

Fall Festival

  Saturday, October 27th the first Sully Station II Fall Festival was held. This event made possible by Eileen Brookshire who won the Associa Summer Smash Giveaway on Facebook. The Associa Summer Smash Giveaway was held to celebrate the launch of the Associa Social Kit. Those living in Associa-managed communities were eligible to enter the contest through our Facebook page for the chance to win $2,500 for a community event listed in the Associa Social Kit. Eileen chose a Fall Festival for the community and everyone seemed to have a great time.

Annual National Night Out 

Sully Station II Celebrates National Night Out on August 7th Sully Station II along with other Centreville neighborhoods will join thousands across the nation on Tuesday, August 7 to celebrate the annual National Night Out. The Ice Cream Social at the Community Center starts around 6 p.m. Police and Fire Departments from the Fairfax County and deputies from the Sheriff’s Office will visit neighborhoods around the area to help spread the message about crime prevention. National Night out is an annual event to increase neighborhood support for the police, anticrime programs and drug prevention awareness. Sully Station II will also be sponsoring 4 block parties. For more information on Sully Station II’s National Night Out, check out the “Announcements” section below on this web page.

Residents enjoy NNO Block Party

Annual Pool Social & Volunteer Party

Annual Pool Social & Volunteer Party! 

June 18, 2012 Annual Pool Social & Volunteer Party had a huge turnout and was a big hit with residents this year. On Saturday June 16th, Sully Station II hosted the annual Pool Social but this time we changed it up a bit and combined the annual Volunteer Party.

 Pictured to the left is Sully Station II President Bill Perry who wants to know if everyone had a good time. On Saturday June 16th, Sully Station II hosted the annual Pool Social but this time we changed it up a bit and combined the annual Volunteer Party. For the first time in years the Association was able to keep the Sully Station II Pool open until 9:00 pm. All Sully Station II Volunteers were identified with Hawaiian leis. The Volunteers were also offered 2 door prize tickets to make them feel extra special and to improve their odds at winning one of the many prizes offered from our sponsors. Prizes ranged from $10 $25 & $50 dollar gift cards to a set of solar lights for their garden. The Sully Station II Social Committee stretched the budget by creating several wine mixes and utilizing Chick-fil-a as our catering for the evening. All the gift cards were provided by Sully II vendors and at no cost to the community. Many thanks to Eileen Smith, Cathie Flynn, and Bill Perry for helping to keep the party under budget. And to all the volunteers who helped with set up and clean up: Chris Smit, Kim Rubi, Stacey Croot, Dan & Leslie Jenuelsen, and Roberta Erol. An announcement was also made that a Sully Station II resident Eileen Brookshire was the winner of the Associa Summer Smash Giveaway! Eileen entered on Associa’s website on Facebook to win the prize. Congrats to Eileen who has won $2,500 towards hosting a community event featured in the Associa Social Kit! Eileen picked a Fall Festival on Saturday October 27th which is the weekend prior to Halloween on Wednesday the 31st. We are sure that our winner Eileen will be able to plan a great event in the Fall.