You can contact the
Wescott Woods Homeowners Association
by e-mail: email@example.com
Please remember, parking only on the side of the street WITHOUT
the yellow line at the curbside.
Our private streets are slightly narrower than VDOT specification, and the parking restriction allows larger delivery vehicles access to the neighborhood, and more importantly, emergency vehicles access, such as fire and ambulance.
Thank you for you consideration.
Later in July, the Wescott Woods Board of Directors will be completing our annual Architectural and Landscaping Neighborhood Walkthrough. The purpose of this walkthrough is to identify any items or situations that fall outside our cluster standards, and notify homeowners of items requiring their attention.
Items that often need a little (or a lot of) attention include plants, bushes, or trees that might not have survived the winter or need a little TLC; repair or replacement of driveways, fences, or playground equipment; lawn overgrowth; siding, paint, trim, roofing, and gutters; and items stored outside in plain view (including trash cans and recycling bins).
As a reminder, all homeowners are required to obtain approval from Reston Association’s Design Review Board (DRB) PRIOR to making most changes to the exterior of your home or property. Standards serve to sustain the consistency of design and the attractiveness of the neighborhood.
Even when you are making a change that has an approved standard for our cluster, contacting the RA covenants advisor to confirm the current approval status is strongly advised (especially for big ticket items including siding, paint, roofing, fencing, and decks). Following the DRB process protects you and your investment. You can find more details here:
Each tree limb or piece of brush must be no longer than 4 feet in length and 3 inches thick in diameter. Limbs and brush must be bundled with rope or twine for ease of collection and placement into the truck.