The Holiday season is quickly approaching and we would like to remind you of our Christmas tree collection schedule and inclement weather policy. Since Christmas Day 2016 and New Year’s Day 2017 fall on a Sunday, there will be no service disruptions as a result of the aforementioned holidays.
Christmas Tree Collection
Christmas trees will be collected on Wednesday, January 4th and Wednesday, January 11th.
o Trees should be completely bare. All tinsel and ornaments should be removed.
o Trees must be placed at the curb prior to 6:00am.
Inclement Weather Policy
You may experience service disruptions due to inclement weather. Please read our inclement weather policy below.
Winter brings cold weather that may disrupt services. Icy roads and snow are causes for service alterations and cancellations. Services impacted by winter weather may begin late on the day affected, may be cancelled at some point throughout the day, or may be cancelled altogether. When service is cancelled due to inclement weather we will return on the next regularly scheduled collection day. CSI will not put our employees and community in danger to try and provide service when road conditions are too unsafe to operate our collection vehicles. In the event of inclement weather, please stay tuned to our website www.csidisposal.com for updates. We wish you all a safe and happy holiday season!
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Deepwood residents: this year, the ACC has VERY EXCITING NEWS! The ACC will hold a HOLIDAY HOME DECORATING CONTEST with PRIZES!!! During the month of December (starting the evening of the 11th and ending by Christmas eve), the ACC members will tour the community and select 3 homes to receive a $25 gift card prize each for being awarded the best in one of the following 3 categories:
1) Most fun for children
2) Most traditional/colonial in design
3) Most creative/unique
There will also be a special mention for the most decorated row of homes (or court), so get your neighbors to join in on the fun for the special mention! It is our hope this will be a great community builder and bring fun and beautiful lights to our great neighborhood during the holidays. All townhomes and single family homes are eligible for this contest, with exception of the ones owned by the ACC members.
The prizes for the 3 winners will be announced and provided at the January HOA meeting held on 1/18/17, so please join us! If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask by emailing the ACC Chair. Please tell all your neighbors about this fun contest!
~Proudly sponsored by the Deepwood ACC
After completing the first day of sealcoating the schedule for Friday will be modified to the following:
On the day your court is scheduled for sealcoating, you must park your vehicles away from the court (Glade, Charterhouse, etc) no later than 7:30 a.m.
Also trash or recycle must be taken to the nearest cross street on since the truck will not be able pick up on courts getting the treatment.
Lots will be closed for 24 hours after the work is complete to cure.
Here is the complete schedule and a map:
Monday, October 17th – Black
Wednesday, October 19th – GREEN
- Wanda Way
- Duke of Bedford Court
- Albot Road
- St. Trinians Court
- St. Johnsbury Court
Friday, October 21st – BLUE
- Dunlop Court
- Albot Court
- Sloane Court
- Harleyford Court
Monday, October 24th – ORANGE
At the Board of Directors meeting in February six pet waste stations were approved. These stations will be dispersed throughout the community and will be emptied on a weekly basis. The green markers show where the pet waste stations will be located.
This scene has become a common, distressing occurrence in our neighborhood. In the past couple of years we have seen more pipe failures, due to the type of pipes that were used during construction of our homes and their deterioration over time. Fairfax Water explains that their responsibility for the pipe is only to the valve and from there into the house is the responsibility of the homeowner. When these pipes or sewer pipes fail the cost can be thousands of dollars. Dominion power offers insurance that covers these issues: