We are from Cub Scout Pack 1862 and Boy Scout Troop 1995, and we are Scouting for Food!

Our mission is to collect non-perishable food items on behalf of Western Fairfax Christian Ministries Food Pantry (, which provides assistance to families right here in our community, regardless of religion. The food we collect will fill the food pantry shelves for 5-6 months.

Please click here to view the items requested/accepted.

Thank you for your support!
This year, to help reduce the spread of COVID we are asking residents to please bring your non-perishable foods to one of the locations and times noted below:

October 25 through November 12 from 9am-5pm

Sully Station II Community Center, 5501 Sully Park Dr
Donation box will be located inside the Community Center

Saturday, November 13th from 9am-11:30am

We will also be offering a drive through location at:
Minnieland Academy, 5801 Stone Creek Dr
Saint Andrew Lutheran Church, 14640 Soucy Pl, Centreville, VA 20120
Please place items in a bag or box for easy drop-off

Important Bill Pay Notice - Assessment Lockbox Address Change

Our current Lockbox service provider, ClickPay, will be moving their lockbox services to a new, state-of-the-art facility in Tampa, FL to provide an improved service experience for our valued community members. ClickPay has selected the new processing facility in Tampa, FL due to its optimal location for check processing as it is strategically located for faster mail transit times.

Due to this change, the mailing address for members to submit payments by paper check, Online Bank Bill Pay and money orders, will be changing effective December 1, 2021.


Sully Station II Community Association

℅ FirstService Residential

P.O. Box 30403

Tampa, FL 33630-3403

All paper-based payments sent to the old mailing address will be temporarily forwarded to the new lockbox, but we encourage you to update the mailing address by December 1, 2021This includes updating the mailing address if you pay your monthly assessments via online bill pay through your bank. While the transaction processes electronically from your bank account, your bank still mails a physical check to the lockbox address they have on file. 

This change will NOT have an impact on a member’s ability to make electronic payments by e-check (ACH), and credit or debit card. As the preferred payment method, we encourage members to pay online by visiting If you pay online via e-check (ACH) by signing up with your bank account and routing number, there are no additional fees.

All coupons and statements processed will be updated with the new remittance address.

Please contact Management at should you have any questions.

2021 Board of Trustees Election results


The following association members were elected to serve on the Board of Trustees at the September 23, 2021 SSIICA Annual Meeting:

Mubarika Shah – elected for a 2 year term
Kathleen Leggette – elected for a 2 year term
David Thomas – elected for a 2 year term

Organization of the Board of Trustees following the October 7, 2021 Special Board of Trustees Meeting:

President – Karen Hogan
Vice President/Treasurer – Glenn Martin
Secretary – Edvin Gusinac
Trustees: Kathleen Leggette, Bill Perry, Mubarika Shah, David Thomas

Thank you to Adrian Isaicu, Patrick Morris, and Lisa Forester for your service on the Board.

In case you missed the virtual meeting here is the 2021 SSIICA Annual Meeting Slide Presentation and meeting recording.

We look forward to another successful year!


Section 2-A Town Hall Recording

Please use this link to access the Section 2-A Town Hall recording, presentation and Q&A document. These documents are also available on the Connect Resident Portal.

Please direct all additional questions and comments related to parking in Section 2A to so that they may be added to the comprehensive Q&A document.

SSIICA Mass Email Communications from Management

The FirstService Residential Associate Portal (Administration side of the Connect Resident Portal) recently underwent a major update to the Mass Communication tool. Previously our mass communications were being sent from our FirstService Residential email addresses specific to your onsite Management Team (Rebecca Winchester and Lizette Rivera) and they are now being sent from a more generic email address to try to ensure the emails are being sent and delivered with a higher success rate. The new email address you will now see as the sender for our communications is Although the sender has changed, our mass communications remain equally important, and we ask you to please continue opening emails that come from If you haven’t received any of our latest communications, please check your spam box or contact Management at

Upcoming Meetings

Thursday, October 21, 2021 at 7 p.m. – 2022 Budget Workshop 2 that will be held virtually

Tuesday, October 26, 2021 at 7 p.m. – Special Board of Trustees Meeting for Legal Discussion that will be held virtually

Thursday, October 28, 2021 at 7 p.m. – Board of Trustees Meeting that will be held virtually

Information to access virtual meetings is available on the Connect Resident Portal ( under the Community Calendar.

Activities Committee Announcements


The results of September’s Back to School Pet of the Month Contest are in! Lily and Ginny are this month’s winners! These two stowaways might make morning school drop-off a little more chaotic when they sneak out of the door for a ride-along, but their school spirit won them this month’s prize. Congratulations to Lily and Ginny and thanks to all of this month’s contestants as well as all those who submitted theme suggestions for September!

SSIICA Book Club Meeting

Tuesday, October 5th, 7:00pm in the Community Center & Online

The Book Club will be discussing Eliza Hamilton: The Extraordinary Life and Times of the Wife of Alexander Hamilton by Tilar J. Mazzeo. Light hors d’oeuvres and beverages (BYOB) will be served. Come join your friends and neighbors for tasty food and good conversation. Questions? Contact Mandy Collens at and she will get back to you.

Oktoberfest Beer Social

Saturday, October 9th 4-6pm at the Community Center Pool Deck

Celebrate Oktoberfest with SSIICA! Enjoy beer samplings and a charcuterie box for snacking. Event is limited to 50 people, ages 21+ with valid government ID. Water will be provided. To reserve your spot, sign up here by Friday, October 1st. Once the signup reaches the 50 person max capacity, we will send out a signup for the waiting list.

Fall Family Fun Day

Saturday, October 16th, 4:00pm outside of the Community Center

Join us for SSIICA’s Fall Family Fun Day – get into the mood for fall with pumpkin painting, a Cornhole tournament, and food  and drinks for all! The party is outside of the Community Center. This is a weather permitting event.

SSIICA Amenity Status

Amenity Status Summary

Pools: Close on Labor Day, September 6, 2021 until next season.

Per Executive Order Number Seventy-Nine: All individuals in the Commonwealth aged five and older who are not fully vaccinated should cover their mouth and nose with a mask in accordance with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidance linked here.

In short, the current Commonwealth and CDC guidelines state that individuals five and older who are not fully vaccinated should cover their mouth and nose with a mask. 

Other information from the CDC and Fairfax County can be accessed using the following links:

Management Office: The Office is open walk-ins. We are available from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. The office will remain closed on Wednesdays. 

Community Center: The Community Center is open for rentals. 

Tennis Courts: Courts are open for use. 

Multipurpose Courts: Courts are open for use. 

Tot Lots/Playgrounds: Tot lots and playgrounds are open for use but are not being sanitized. Signage is posted providing the website and QR code to access CDC guidelines on visiting parks and recreational facilities

Until further notice, all Board and Committee meetings will continue to be held virtually. Meeting information is available online at

Please contact Management at should you have any questions.

Fairfax County Sully Basins Retrofit Project

The Fairfax County Department of Public Works and Environmental Services and Stormwater Planning Division started their efforts to retrofit the dry pond located near Watermark Circle, Grobie Pond Lane, and Linden Creek Court. Fairfax County held a virtual pre-construction meeting to share information on the Sully Basins Retrofitting Project and answer questions. If you were unable to attend please click here to access the recording of their presentation.

Section 14 Residents will have six Section 14 marked parking spaces impacted during the Fairfax County Sully Basins Retrofit Project. The Contractor has already installed the orange safety fence barrier around some of the work area and has placed orange cones in six of the Section 14 marked parking spaces that they will require access to on Watermark Circle for the duration of the project. The County is requiring that the six Section 14 marked parking spaces identified using orange cones be free of vehicles between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m. The Contractor will also be relocating the pet waste station and trash can nearest these spaces. It will be relocated approximately 10 feet away from its current location.

Please be sure that the spaces remain free of vehicles during the designated hours as required by the County or vehicles may be subject to towing.

If you have questions or would like additional information, please contact the project manager Ken Trinh at 703-324-1016 or

Policy Resolution No. 7, Revision

Following the Hearing held at the March 25, 2021 Sully Station II Community Association (SSIICA) virtual Board of Trustees meeting, the Board approved changes to Policy Resolution No. 7, Vehicle Policy. Please use this link to access the revised Policy: Policy Resolution No. 7, Vehicle Policy. The revised Policy Resolution is effective on April 15, 2021.

All Owners should be familiar with the Vehicle Policy, and Owners are responsible for ensuring any tenants and guests are also aware of and abide by the Policy.

Aligned to our other Parking space efforts, Vehicle Policy enforcement has been a priority and Management will continue increased enforcement actions under the revised policy.

The following table lists some of the notification requirements that are addressed in this vehicle policy:

Other notable items:  

  • If a vehicle is parked in a designated handicapped space, the vehicle must display BOTH a valid DMV issued handicap permit and a valid management-issued Sully Station II Section hanging tag, where hanging tags are required.
  • If a vehicle in violation of this policy is moved to any other Common Area parking space where it remains in violation, the vehicle may be towed without additional notice.
  • If a vehicle is covered while parked or stored in a Common Area, authorized individuals may lift the cover to ascertain whether the vehicle is in compliance with this policy.
  • Policy Resolution No. 7 also extends to the VDOT maintained public streets running through our community as defined in the Sully Station II Parking District.  Vehicles parked on public streets and private driveways within the boundaries of the SSIICA Development Limits are subject to this policy.
  • Vehicle must display both valid registration tags and inspection. 

Some notable changes in the revision that is effective on April 15, 2021:

  • Exceptions for vehicles listed in Section II.A.1(a) parked in private driveways and assigned spaces has been reduced from seventy-two (72) hours four (4) times in a calendar year to forty-eight (48) hours two (2) times in a calendar year without prior written approval.
  • A rule has been added that specifically prohibits non-vehicular items being placed in any parking area without prior written approval.
  • The language regarding vehicles parked in the same Common Area or Cluster Common Area unmarked, “open” or “visitor” parking spaces has changed from three consecutive nights to three consecutive days.  Days begin and end at midnight local time.
  • Enforcement has been updated to include enforcement that is an alternative to, or in addition to, all penalties set forth in the Governing Documents, including Policy Resolution No. 14.
  • Enforcement has also been updated to address repeat violations of any one of the rules or regulations in place and includes, but is not limited to, the revocation of the Association-issued parking license.

Owners are responsible for reading and complying with the complete policy.  Any questions may be directed to Management at

FirstService Residential Connect Resident Portal and Mobile App for SSIICA

FirstService Residential invites you to log into the Resident Portal. This community website powered by Connect, our proprietary management software, provides an easy and helpful way to access pertinent information about your community and your account. Your secure and fully-supported community website is available anywhere you have Internet access.

· Community Calendar
· Community News & Events
· Association Documents
· Forms & Applications
· Work Order Submission Tracking
· Resident Directory
· Assessment Balance & History
· Online Payment Options
· Direct Online Contact with FirstService Residential

1. In your Internet browser, enter This is the public page of the website.
2. Select Resident Access at the upper right side of page.
3. Select Register option.
4. Enter the requested information and follow the on-screen prompts to complete your registration.
5. Once on the website, be sure to update your phone and email contact information so that you can receive important community updates.

You may also want to take this time to designate which phone number(s) and/or email address you wish to appear in the resident directory.
Once you’ve completed the registration process, you can use the same credentials to log into the Mobile App. Find the app by searching Connect Resident in the Google Play or iTunes store.

General Resolution No. 1, Parking Rules and Regulations

At the December 17, 2020 Sully Station II Community Association (SSIICA) Board of Trustees meeting, the Board adopted General Resolution No. 1, Parking Rules and Regulations.

General Resolution No. 1 relates to Rules and Regulations regarding permit parking in the mixed townhome neighborhood sections (those sections with both garage and non-garage townhomes) and Section 2A Common Area parking spaces. The mixed townhome Sections covered in this Resolution include Sections 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 13, 14, and 15, and Section 2A is the Belcher Farm Drive area.

Most significantly, the General Resolution pertains to regulations on permit parking in the Common Area and Cluster Common Area (Section) parking spaces. 

All Owners should be familiar with the General Resolution, and Owners are responsible for ensuring any tenants and guests are also aware of and abide by the Parking Rules and Regulations.

General Resolution No. 1, Parking Rules and Regulations is effective as of December 18, 2020 and it can be found as an attachment below and on FSRConnect at

Please contact Management at should you have any questions.

General Resolution No. 1 Parking Rules and Regulations

2021 Sully Station II Community Association Annual Operating Budget

The Sully Station II Community Association Board of Trustees has approved the 2021 Annual Operating Budget.  The result is that the 2021 Budget requires a small increase for Townhomes and Estates owners to cover expenses not offset by ongoing cost saving activities.

SSIICA 2021 Budget Cover Letter

Click here to view the 2021 assessment amounts

2021 Schedule of Fees (Revised 20210624)

FirstService Residential will be ordering the Assessment coupon books for each Member of the Association unless you are already enrolled in direct debit through ClickPay.  Coupon books should be received by Members before the end of December 2020.  When your coupon book arrives, please review it for accuracy.

For owners interested in automatic payments, please visit  If you are already enrolled in automatic payments through ClickPay, the monthly amount of your assessment should update automatically. If you use any automated payment other than ClickPay, please ensure the monthly amount of your assessment is updated.

Important Billing Notice

Policy Resolution No. 14, Enforcement Policy and Procedures

At the October 22, 2020 Sully Station II Community Association (SSIICA) Board of Trustees meeting, the Board approved changes to Policy Resolution No. 14, Enforcement Policy and Procedures. 

Policy Resolution No. 14 provides procedures relating to enforcement of the Governing Documents, to include the Founding Documents and Rules and Regulations of the Association. The revision provides a more thorough enforcement process and addresses repeat violations and emergency procedures. The revision also specifies the type of notices to be sent, how the notices are to be sent, and the number of days for correction. 

The revised Policy Resolution will be effective on November 9, 2020. 

The current policy, and the revised policy that is effective on November 9, 2020, can be found as attachments below and on FSRConnect at

Please contact Management at should you have any questions.

Revised Policy Resolution No. 14

Current Policy Resolution No. 14

Policy Resolution No. 16, 2018 Architectural Design Guidelines and Standards, Revision to Exhibit 1

At the April 23, 2020 Sully Station II Community Association (SSIICA) Board of Trustees meeting, the Board approved to revise Exhibit 1 to Policy Resolution No. 16, 2018 Architectural Design Guidelines and Standards, to include an  accelerated timeline to enforce lawn maintenance and trash violations and two previous Board-approved motions regarding windows and doors.

The accelerated timeline change to enforce lawn maintenance and trash violations is as follows:

For lawns that are not mowed to maintain the height of grass below 6” and for Trash Containers that are not properly stored, the following enforcement timeline shall be used:

1. An initial written notification of non-compliance shall be sent to the Owner via First Class mail and shall require that the violation be rectified within 10 days from the date of the notice.
2. If the violation is not rectified within 10 days from the date of the initial written notice, Management shall call the Owner to a formal hearing before the Board of Trustees (BOT) via First Class mail and certified mail pursuant to the notification requirements set forth by the Virginia Property Owners Association Act.
3. As a result of this hearing, the BOT may vote to take appropriate actions which include:
A. Suspending the right of the Owner in question to use the Association’s recreational facilities;
B. Levying a charge in accordance with the provisions of the Governing Documents, including the Book of Regulations, and/or the Virginia Property Owners’ Association Act;
C. Referring the matter to legal counsel for appropriate action to secure compliance with the Association’s Legal Instruments;
D. As applicable and in accordance with Article VI, Section 2(b) of the Declaration, having the Association enter the property of the Owner in violation, correct the condition(s) which constitute        the violation and impose a Restoration Assessment upon the lot for the full costs incurred by the Association in correcting the violation.

Should the Owner receive an initial written notice of non-compliance for the same violation on two occasions within a twelve (12) month period, the third initial notice of non-compliance (and any subsequent initial notices for the same violation) shall call the Owner directly to a hearing before the BOT.

The changes to the restrictions for windows and doors are as follows:

  1. Under WINDOWS, the following restriction is  added: Grids, or mullions, are required in all windows. Exceptions may be granted by the ARB for decorative or casement windows or front door transoms and sidelights.
  2. Under DOORS, the following restriction is added:  Exterior doors (other than front doors, storm doors and garage doors) that are largely glass, will all have grids, with the exception of sliding glass doors.

All Owners should be familiar with the Design Guidelines, and Owners are responsible for ensuring any tenants are also aware of and abide by the Policy. Please direct questions to Management at

Sully Station II Community Center Office Closure on Wednesdays Beginning May 15th, 2019

Please use the link below to see the letter from Sully Station II Board of Trustees regarding the closure of the community center office on Wednesdays. This will be effective Wednesday May 15th, 2019.

Office Closure Letter

SSIICA Highlights

SSIICA 2021 Meeting Schedules

For Board of Trustees and Architectural Review Board (ARB) and Activities Committee 2021 Meeting Schedules, click here.

Pool Rules and Regulations Revised

At the February 27, 2020 Sully Station II Community Association (SSIICA) Board of Trustees meeting, the Board approved changes to Policy Resolution No. 11, Use of Common Areas: Swimming Pool Rules. Please use this link to access the revised Policy: Policy Resolution No. 11, Use of Common Areas: Swimming Pool Policy.