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Special Meeting and Important Notice
Posted on Feb 1st, 2019

Important Notice

  • The Board of Directors will be holding a Special Meeting tonight, February 1, at 6 p.m. at the Clubhouse to discuss the ongoing legal dispute related to the Storm Water Management Pond. This meeting will be held in Executive Session, during which residents and members of the general public are not allowed to remain. The first portion of the meeting, as with all meetings, is open for a resident forum, however, the Board's ability to answer questions related to the legal proceedings will be limited given the sensitive nature of the ongoing case.
  • A fire hydrant on the corner of Jared Square and Fieldstone was damaged during snow plow operations by a Town of Leesburg vehicle. The Leesburg Fire Department and Town of Leesburg Public Works Department have removed the hydrant and plan to repair and reinstall it on Monday. There are several cones there now. We encourage residents to please not disturb the site as Town staff works to fix this and to remain vigilant and notify the Leesburg Police Department if anyone other than Town staff appears to be tampering with the site. 
Pet Waste, put it in trash cans
Posted on Jan 12th, 2019

Pet Waste, put it in trash cans

  • As was announced a few months ago, the Association recently relocated a number of trash cans in the community, per requests from residents, to higher trafficked areas. Most were moved to nearby intersections or where sidewalks meet. Please make every effort to find the trash cans moved within your area and do not, under any circumstances, place trash or pet waste in areas where trash cans used to be. The Association has a contractor that removes trash from trash cans only, not the rest of the community. Pet waste and trash pose a health and safety hazard for both people and pets and is also an eye sore. If you see someone placing trash or pet waste anywhere other than a trash can, please notify the Property Manager (at hoa@exeterhoa.com) immediately so remediate this issue as soon as possible.
New Year, New Committments
Posted on Jan 1st, 2019

New Year, New Commitments

In years past, the Board has been focused on making improvements in the service that residents receive, from snow removal to landscaping to property management. And we feel this year you will really see those changes take shape, But it needs to be communicated that in addition to efforts from the Board, the Association's volunteers, and our contractors, we need all residents to step up!

In the past few years, inspections were not up to snuff. Residents are obligated to follow the Association's rules on making modifications, updating the appearance of their homes, and maintaining a pleasant and clean neighborhood. When you purchased your home, you signed a contract agreeing to be active members of the Association that comply with all regulations set forth in our governing documents and, very importantly, the Homeowners Handbook. If you aren't sure, make sure to look in the Handbook (found under Documents at Exeterhoa.com) before making any changes to the outside of your home, from paint color to landscaping.

If not, you should expect to start receiving violation notices. We have new tools in place to help us accomplish this, including working with the Town to assess trash can violations. The rules are in place for a reason: to preserve your property value, to protect the investment in your home, and to do the same for your neighbors and our neighborhood. We do this to help everyone in the neighborhood and hope you will work with us to make great improvements to our neighborhood and make 2019 the best year ever!


New Year, New Contractors
Posted on Jan 1st, 2019
New Year, New Contractors
In addition to major projects, we've also contracted with some new businesses to improve services and costs to the community. In 2019, look for these exciting changes:
Premier will be our new landscaping company
Pet Waste Stations will be our new trash removal company
A new company and process will be used for the Exeter Clubhouse rentals
As you should already know, Sentry Management has taken over our property management and is doing a fantastic job!!
New Year, New Goals
Posted on Jan 1st, 2019
New Year, New Goals
We have had such a wonderful year in 2018 making so much progress on projects big and small. Certainly by now you've noticed a lot of improvements, from the relocation of outdoor trash cans to the complete renovation of a new basketball court. In 2019, we have so many other major projects to accomplish and we truly need help from you. The time obligation is minor, an hour every month for one of our committee meetings. But the rewards are phenomenal. On the list of projects this year, we plan to:
Complete the tennis court renovation
Renovate the multipurpose court (former basketball court)
Renovate the pool deck and pool house
Make landscaping improvements and beautification
Begin playground improvements
Redo reader boards and other signage
Host amazing events for 2019
And more....
But we need and want more residents to be involved in the process! The best way to do that is get involved in our three most active committees: pool, landscaping, and community events! We're also looking for talented individuals to help us improve our communications and community safety. We hope you will join us on this exciting adventure!
Budget Bliss
Posted on Nov 12th, 2018
We're very happy to announce that through the hard work of many, the Association will not be increasing dues in 2019. This represents a phenomenal effort by all the volunteers of the Association. An official letter will be sent to all homeowners in the next few weeks with more information.
Community Projects Update
Posted on Nov 12th, 2018

So many projects are still ongoing and the evidence is unfolding right before our eyes! Check it out below:

  • Just yesterday, the basketball court conversion was completed and the tennis court refurbishment is now well underway.
  • The broken basketball hoops were removed from the old basketball court and the court's purpose will be reviewed in the spring. 
  • The Exeter Homeowners Handbook is now under total review with the newest version planned to be completed in the first quarter of 2019.
  • The Association has changed the contractor for our landscaping contract with the hope of improving services. 
  • The Pool Committee is reviewing the layout and procedures for the pool with plans to complete a pool house and pool deck renovation in time for the 2019 season.
  • The Landscaping Committee has been hard at work planning changes to the clubhouse parking areas landscaping, landscaping around the courts, and throughout many of the common areas that you should start seeing take shape in the next few weeks.
  • We are seeing work in progress for tree removal, trash can relocations, and other miscellaneous improvements throughout the community.
Volunteers Needed- Monument Lighting
Posted on Nov 12th, 2018
Volunteers are need to help hang lights on Saturday, December 1 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Please let us know if you can make it by sending us an email at hoa@exterhoa.com.
Community Projects
Posted on Oct 4th, 2018
At the September Board of Directors meeting, the Board approved the following projects based on feedback from the community and committees:
  • Convert the southern tennis courts into double basketball courts and replace fencing.
  • Replace drainage area fencing along Plaza Street. 
  • Remediate wood-line growth along the rear of homes on Stoneledge Place and Warrenton Terrace.
  • Remove the broken basketball hoops and poles until the Board decides on a use for the current basketball court. The court will be sealed off until renovations are complete.
  • Remove a large number of dead or dying trees that are marked and remediate the areas to green space.
  • Repair the Stableview tot lot and convert the former Radford tot lot area into open green space.
  • Upgrade all Association street lights with LED bulbs and repair of lights around the clubhouse and on Hedgestone Terrace.
  • Install new chains at the clubhouse/pool emergency access driveway and change clubhouse procedures to no longer allow rentals to park there.
  • Adopting new requirements and guidelines on trash as part of the Exeter Homeowners Handbook.
The following projects are currently ongoing in our community:
  • Sign replacements for fire lane, stop signs, and pet waste signs. Please note this does not include all signs, only those in need of repair along parking areas and streets in the townhome section. This also includes removal of some obsolete signs.
  • A review of common areas for erosion and drainage control.
  • Review and potential replacement of benches.
  • Relocation of select trash cans in the townhomes.
  • Review of all Association contracts.
  • Review of common areas and facilities for improvements in the fall and spring 2019.
Resolve an Issue, Fast
Posted on Oct 4th, 2018

Having a neighbor who won't take of their homes can be a huge eye sore, invite pests, invite vandalism, and even damage your property value. The Association does all it can to resolve issues with nuisance issues, but sometimes that process can be long, cost the Association, and may even be outside the ability of the Association to resolve. The Town of Leesburg has a Nuisance Issue reporting page that allows you to file with the Town to remediate certain issues (and keep track of their status) such as:

  • Abandoned property, tall grass, property not being maintained
  • Nuisance animals
  • Commercial vehicle parking on public streets in residential neighborhoods
  • Excessive occupancy
  • Illegal outdoor storage, construction debris, or discharge of materials into storm drains
  • Inoperable vehicles parked on public streets, parked off street, parked in a yard, or blocking a public sidewalk
  • Noise complaints
  • Non-permitted construction
  • Prohibited home-based businesses
  • Trash and debris along roadways
  • Trees and branches blocking sight lines and signs
  • Unsafe and unsanitary conditions

For more info on this service, check out: https://www.leesburgva.gov/how-do-i/report/nuisance-issue

I Saw the Signs…Get Replaced!
Posted on Sep 12th, 2018
After many months of painstaking checks and work, we’ve approved the contract for Part 1 of our sign replacement mission. We’re replacing the poles and signs for over 120 fire lane signs, pet waste signs, stop signs, and more. We’ve meticulously reviewed to save money where possible and improve safety and aesthetics. You should start seeing these signs being replaced over the next 1-2 months. These signs only apply to the Townhomes as signs in the single-family homes are owned by the Town of Leesburg. Part 2 (and maybe 3) of our sign mission includes street signs, community signs, recreational signs, and more, which will kick off research later next month.
Logo Contest, Let’s Go!
Posted on Sep 12th, 2018
Exeter is looking to head into the 21st century and we need your help! We’re not artists, but we need artistic talent to upgrade the Exeter logo and we’re offering a $50 Gift Card pack to whoever has what we need. Your creation could be featured in newsletters, mailings, on signs, and as the centerpiece of the upcoming website redesign. Rules are simple:
Entries should be simple graphics, in a high-quality, high-resolution electronic format.
Should be free from words, copyrighted images, and anything else legally or morally reprehensible.
Must be original and embody the spirit of our community.
Must be on an all-white or transparent background.
Must be submitted to hoa@exeterhoa.com by 5 p.m. on September 25.
Playground and Courts Input Requested!
Posted on Sep 12th, 2018
Tell Us What You Think!
The Landscaping Committee and the Board of Directors have been busy trying to repair and improve the existing playgrounds and facilities. One playground was permanently removed after reaching the end of its safe life in the spring, and another is under review for removal or replacement. One suggestion is to remove the Stableview Terrace Tot Lot and use the money that would be needed to replace it to improve and expand the Plaza Street Tot Lot.
The main tennis courts have been approved for repair and upgrades and are currently awaiting availability from the contractor, so it should be starting soon! The second tennis court is under consideration for upgrading into a double-basketball court, freeing up the single basketball court to potentially be a multipurpose court. We’re looking for community input on potentially removing the playground, converting the courts, and improving our community. Please participate in our survey here no later than September 25th, preferably by the 20th for review at the Landscaping Committee meeting.
Rain, rain, go away! Events postponed...
Posted on Sep 12th, 2018
Please note the new dates below.
Summer Movie: Avengers Infinity War
September 21, 8 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.
We have finally got the date rescheduled and let’s hope for no more rainy weather on movie nights! Join us for the final summer movie of the season. This superhero-packed adventure is the final showdown between the good an evil in the universe! We will be providing light refreshments, so grab a blanket and join us for an old-fashioned movie in the park!
Not-Quite-Spring Yard Sale
September 22, 8 a.m.-12 p.m.
The weather is cooling off and the kids are back in school, which makes it a perfect time to clean out your garage, basement, and attic! Exeter HOA will be hosting its annual yard sale and providing free advertisements to all residents! Unfortunately, due to lack of volunteers. we won’t be doing the Bazaar this year, but residents are welcome to set up shop in their front yards. Please remember that common area is not yard sale use and remind visitors to be mindful of fire lanes.
Your Money Out The Window… If You Don’t Report Issues!
Posted on Sep 12th, 2018
You pay your HOA dues monthly and want nothing more than to see them put to good use, we’re with you on that! But often the Association must replace or repair things that shouldn’t need to be replaced. Especially during this summer, the problem of vandalism and damage has become more and more pronounced. So far this summer, the following were damaged or vanadalized:
  • Electric components near the pond that operated the aerators that keep the pond healthy and clean.
  • Furniture, umbrellas, and equipment at the pool.
  • Equipment and trees at most of the playgrounds.
  • Equipment and areas along the basketball and tennis courts.
  • Fencing and areas along the pond.
The Board, the Property Manager, the Committees and even the lifeguards can’t be everywhere at once. If residents remain vigilant and report potential issues to the proper authorities, so much of our money would be saved to be put to better use. Please talk to your children and guests about respecting common area and equipment. Please report people hanging out in suspicious areas, report people loitering around the pond, report people at playgrounds after dark. If you see something, say something! Remain vigilant! And together, we can save so much!
Exeter Events Update
Posted on Sep 1st, 2018
Exeter Events- Update
Questions, comments, concerns? Email us at hoa@exeterhoa.com.
It's the end of the season, and we are ready to go out with some fun!
TONIGHT! September 1, 7-10 p.m.
 Don’t miss out on the last bit of summer fun before the pools are all closed! Bring your family and friends and join us for a late-night dip in the rainbow pool! There will be great music, fun snacks, ice cream, a 5-and-under bouncy house, pirate ship, unicorn floats, and more! Event is weather permitting. Rain date is tomorrow, Sunday September 2, 7-10 p.m. Announcements will be made at Exeterhoa.com.
September 15, 8 a.m.-12 p.m.
The weather is cooling off and the kids are back in school, which makes it a perfect time to clean out your garage, basement, and attic! Exeter HOA will be hosting its annual yard sale and providing free advertisements to all residents! Unfortunately, due to lack of volunteers. we won’t be doing the Bazaar this year, but residents are welcome to set up shop in their front yards. Please remember that common area is not yard sale use and remind visitors to be mindful of fire lanes.
September 15, 8 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.
We have finally got the date rescheduled and let’s hope for no more rainy weather on movie nights! Join us for the final summer movie of the season. This superhero-packed adventure is the final showdown between the good an evil in the universe! We will be providing light refreshments, so grab a blanket and join us for an old-fashioned movie in the park!
October 13, 6-9  p.m.
Prepare for the most spooktacular night of your life with this family-friendly costume party and festival. We’ll have all your favorites: raffles, prizes, music, games, the 5-and-under bouncy house, a dessert buffet, the spooky s'mores fire pit, and more! Of course we’ll also have a costume contest for the most creative, best dressed, and scariest monsters! All costumes must be family-friendly! Join us and be ready to dance until you die, we might even have a hocus pocus surprise!
School's Back, Be Safe!
Posted on Aug 3rd, 2018
Don't forget that school starts on Thursday, August 23, so keep your eyes open for students who are making their way to and from our local schools! Remember to stop for school buses with flashing lights, carefully approach areas where students are waiting for the bus, and always yield to pedestrians in crosswalks! Also, remember to help keep our neighborhoods clear by not parking or setting up drop off zones for schools inExeter's neighborhoods. We are partnering again this year with the Leesburg Police Department and the staff at local schools to enforce this in Exeter neighborhoods. Remember, the Townhome parking lots in Exeterare private property and not for public use. Please be a kind and considerate neighbor and help us prevent this from becoming a problem!
Sentry Management is Moving In
Posted on Aug 3rd, 2018
Sentry Management is in the final phases of transitioning into Exeter's new property management company as we move into August. Our new property manager will be Joe Barrows, available at 540-751-1888, ext 56610. Residents should stop any automatic payments set up to go to the former property management company through their banks. Automatic debits submitted to PMP should be stopped automatically. Don't miss the opportunity to move into better payment options with the new Auto-Pay feature offered through Sentry. New instructions for payment options and contact information are available online at the Exeter HOA website. 
Helpful Contact Phone Numbers For Emergencies And Power Outages
Posted on Mar 20th, 2017
Do you know who to call in the event of an emergency? A power outage? What about a traffic incident, gas leaks, or other issues?
Exeter Assessment Payment Options
Posted on Mar 2nd, 2015
For information on how to pay assessments, what costs are associated, and when payments need to be submitted, click here.
Trash Pick Up
Posted on Apr 2nd, 2014
Exeter residents receive regular trash collection on Tuesday and Friday.   Recycle is picked up on Friday. Trash containers shall not be placed outside for pickup earlier than 6:00 PM on the evening before pickup and must be removed from the curb or front yard no later than the evening of the pickup. Trash must be in securely tied plastic bags or other approved containers and placed at curbside or other designated areas for pickup. All trash containers must be stored out of view, such as in a garage or rear yard, at all times other than pickup days. Globe townhome owners may keep trash containers completely within the enclosed area below the front steps.

Selling Your Home
Posted on Nov 2nd, 2012
If you are selling your home, you will need to order resale documents that is required by the Commonwealth of Virginia.  Please go to www.condocerts.com to order a resale package.
Town's Excessive Occupancy Enforcement Program Steps Up Outreach Efforts
Posted on Jan 30th, 2012