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Welcome to the Fox Mill Estates Homes Association website. Our community is a beautiful neighborhood located in Herndon, Virginia that includes a top-notch elementary school, two pools, tot lots, gazebos, wooded streets, and a creek and pond.

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We invite FMEHA residents to send us pictures of your beautiful flowers and yards and a team of judges will select three winners to receive gift cards to a local nursery. Judges will look at scale, beauty, creativity, aesthetic quality, variety of flowers and plants, color, use of garden objects (arbors, fountains, etc.) and overall beauty and balance. 
 
To enter, email 5 photographs to social@fmeha.org by June 15, 2024. Please include name, address, contact information, and one paragraph telling us more about your garden or yard, i.e., what flowers are growing, how did you pick them, what do you like best, etc.
  
One (1) entry per address.
Entrants must reside at address.
Photos may be of spring or early summer blooms but must have been taken in 2024.
If you were a winner in the last 2 years, please relax and enjoy your bragging rights.
 
 
SEE YOU AT THE GAZEBO - IN JUNE!
 
 
 
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR THE 4TH OF JULY PARADE!!!
We need your help to make this event a success! 
TO VOLUNTEER - Use sign up link below 
or email social@fmeha.org
 
ONLINE SIGN UP LINK 
 
 

 
Please enjoy our 2024 Summer Newsletter!
 
All of our newsletters since April 1975 are in the drop down menu under HOME.
 
 
Dates subject to change so please visit FMEHA.org for updates.
Events will be advertised with more information in the newsletter, website, and Facebook as date nears.
 

 
WANT TO HELP WITH EVENTS???  VOLUNTEER ON A COMMITTEE???
 
Please contact the Committee Chair directly if you have a specific interest. 
Not sure, but just want to volunteer or wish to fill a chair vacancy?
Contact:  Volunteer Coordinator, Heather Albarano
halbarano@gmail.com

 
 
Fox Mill Estates Is Featured In 
THE WASHINGTON POST
For the online version Google - Washington Post and Virginia’s Fox Mill Estates keeps them coming back 
Or try this link
The article was in the print edition on Thursday, February 2, 2023. 
 
 
About Our Website
The  purpose of the FMEHA website is to promote a sense of community, keep residents informed, and make it as easy as possible for the residents of Fox Mill Estates to volunteer their time and resources. Your Board of Directors, committee chairs, and committee members are all volunteers. Consider being a volunteer too! Volunteer opportunities are listed in the drop down menu of “Members.”  
 
Residents must register to view all sections of this website.  This website has links for resident only viewing such as the resident directory, community photo albums, minutes, budget information, and forms. Additional information about the website and registering is in the first feature box on the HOME page under General Information. 
 
Go Paperless
If you would prefer to receive your copy of our quarterly newsletters via email in PDF format only and are not already receiving as such, please let us know and we will start only emailing you the newsletter. If at anytime you want to change back to the printed newsletter via USPS, just let us know. When making a request, please include your name and street address:  newsletter@fmeha.org

 
 
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Procedures for Snow/Ice Removal within Fox Mill Estates
Fox Mill Estates Homes Association Common Land Committee is responsible for clearing snow/ice from sidewalks along common land.
 
VDOT is responsible for clearing roadways.
 
VDOT contact information:
 
Status of plowing in northern Virginia neighborhoods www.vdotplows.org
 
Real-time traffic updates, follow @511northernva, use the 511 app or visit www.511virginia.org
 
Report unplowed roads, hazardous conditions to novainfo@vdot.virginia.gov 
 
General snow removal information: www.virginiadot.org/travel/snow.asp
 
Follow VDOT at www.facebook.com/VirginiaDOT, on Twitter @VDOT, and visit www.VirginiaDOT.org
 
Residents are responsible for clearing sidewalks in front of their homes.
 
Residents living on a pipe stem are responsible for clearing their pipe stems.  VDOT will not come on that property.  Please get with your neighbors and work out the plowing of your shared drive way.
 
Please clear snow off the sidewalks in front of your property so that all pedestrians, especially school children, those with disabilities and the elderly, may walk securely.
 
Please consider offering a helping hand to those who might not be able physically to complete the task of shoveling.
 
Thank you for doing your share to keep Fox Mill Estates sidewalks safe!
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Fox Mill Estates Board Members
 
FMEHA BOARD OF DIRECTORS
 
The FMEHA Board of Directors meets monthly and the meetings are open to the general membership. The Board appoints officers, committee chairperson, and approves members of the Architectural Control Committee (ACC).  The FMEHA is an all volunteer organization and its success is dependent on the active participation of its members.  Need to contact a FMEHA Board member or committee chair? Please use this handy reference:
 
President -Steven Schirtzinger 2022-2024
president@fmeha.org
 
Vice president - Karen Conroy  2023-2025
vp@fmeha.org
 
Secretary - Trish Atkins   2022-2024
sec@fmeha.org
 
Treasurer - Kathy Costello 2024-2026
money@fmeha.org
 
Member at Large - Carda Traunero 2023-2025
                                                
 
Please Note:
Unless otherwise noted, monthly Board Meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month at 7:30pm. The Architectural Control Committee (ACC) holds monthly meetings on the first Wednesday of each month at 7:00pm.  Meetings are remote.  Sign in instructions for the remote meetings will be made available close to the meeting time by request for ACC and posted on the website for Board meetings. All homeowners are welcome to attend.