• For EHCA documents and architectural request forms, please contact EHCA Board Member . Remember that homeowners are responsible for clean-up after contractors complete work on your property.
A Visitor Parking Permit is required in order to park in the cul-de-sac. To obtain a Visitor Parking Permit, contact EHCA Board members at 571-239-8014 or at 703-642-8954. Permits must be returned to the issuing Board member or you will be charged a $35 replacement fee. Unauthorized vehicles will be towed and you will have to contact Dominion Towing at 703-730-1177 to recover your vehicle. If you have any questions, please contact Board member at 703-354-3685.
• The west side of Evergreen Lane (across from the entrance to Evergreen Heights) is a traffic lane and not zoned (or marked) for parking. Be advised that the Fairfax County Police will ticket cars parked along that stretch of Evergreen Lane.
• The third quarter homeowner assessment of $225 is due on July 1, 2016. If payment isn't received by July 15, 2016, a late-fee of $25 will be added and an additional $25 will be charged each month the bill remains deliquent. Make payment to EHCA and hand-deliver to our Treasurer, Sharon Kash, at 4308 or by send via postal mail to EHCA, PO Box 1238, Annandale, VA 22003. Homeowners who wish to pay for the rest year should send $450 to the Treasurer.
• Recycling is collected on Wednesday mornings and and trash is collected on Tuesday and Friday mornings. No recycling or trash should be placed near the curbs prior to 6 p.m. on the evening before collection. Trash stored outside between collection days must be kept in sealed containers. For more details, see rules for trash and recycling.
About Evergreen Heights
Our homes were built in 1972 by the Lowstuter Brothers on what had been farmland near the town center of Annandale. Our neighborhood is part of the vibrant and diverse community within the Mason District of Fairfax County. Other portions of Annandale are within the Braddock District. Detailed information about our local government, county services, schools, parks, recreation, and more can be found on the Fairfax County website. Information about other community organizations in Fairfax can be found on the Fairfax County Federation of Citizens Associations website.
A Note to Residents of Evergreen Heights
All boards of community associations in Virginia are required by the Virginia Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation’s Common Interest Community office to adopt an internal complaint process for homeowners and residents. Please know that all homeowners and residents are strongly encouraged to contact a member of the EHCA Board of Directors first with any issues you may have regarding our association. The Board holds regular meetings on the last Tuesday of each month, which are open. The Board will meet to review your complaint. If you are not fully satisfied with the Board’s final decision, then you have the option to file a complaint [PDF-format file, 150 KB] with the Office of the Common Interest Community Ombudsman at the Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation.
Neighborhood Bulletin Board
Visit our online gallery!