|New Fitness Class location - Yoga, Body Chisel and Zumba|
|Posted on Feb 12th, 2019 Comments (0)
Thanks to the efforts of the Port Potomac Fitness Director, Pam Wise, we have been able to locate an offsite location to hold three fitness classes a week. We understand that this is a limited class schedule and there is little flexibility in the times, but it is an opportunity to keep residents moving. The Potomac Woods Assisted Living Facility has been gracious enough to allow no cost use of their facility. We have invited any of their residents who would like to join us to do so. Please make them feel welcome.
Residents must bring their ID Cards to the class, which it is available for residents only. No guests or children will be permitted. To assure the safety of the residents of the Potomac Woods Assisted Living Facility, the fitness instructors will meet our residents at the entrance to Building 2, five minutes prior to class and let everyone in the building.
Any questions on these classes, you may contact Pam at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Where: Potomac Woods Assisted Living, 2001 Southampton St, Woodbridge, VA 22191 Building 2
Starting February 18th
Monday: Body Chisel
Description: For all levels. This class uses controlled moves emphasizing perfect form to define the body and build lean muscle mass. You’ll use resistance bands, and body weight.
Description: The Zumba program fuses hypnotic Latin rhythms and easy to follow moves to create a one-of-a kind fitness program that will blow you away
Description: This class if open to all levels of practice. Your instruction will give you options and modifications throughout
BRING TO CLASS: YOGA MAT, WATER AND TOWEL
|Clubhouse Closed due to pipe burst|
|Posted on Jan 22nd, 2019 Comments (3)
Now that we have had a few days to investigate the property damage,, I'm able to give you a clearer picture of what we will be dealing with in the future,
On Tuesday a sprinkler pipe over the clubhouse kitchen blew a pipe coupling and flooded the entire building. There was 3 inches of water from the media room to the activities room upstairs and from the fitness area to the bathrooms downstairs. With water coming through the ceilings downstairs.
At this time the building has been closed by the Fire Marshal, until the sprinkler system is operational again and the Building Inspector, who has classified the building as "uninhabitable."
The massive damage is covered under the Associations Insurance, At this time Serve Pro is extracting water, drying out the building, removing damage floors and drywall. Their estimated time frame is 3 to 6 weeks. After ServePro is finished a General Contractor will be hired to replace all flooring, drywall, woodwork, ceilings etc. After the General Contractor is finished we will need to replace furniture, kitchen and fitness equipment as needed. The scope of this project is still being determined.
Unfortunately all this means the clubhouse will be closed for an estimated 12 weeks, and that is if everything goes smoothly with no additional damage found. We are looking into possible options to provide some services to the community and will update you as we go.
Because my hands are full with the reparations, if possible please email or leave a message for Jaimie or Royce with any questions or issues you may have, they will be able to respond to you in a more timely manner. You will need to leave a message for a call back as the phone system is not presently operational, but we are able to receive messages and check them numerous times a day.
|Posted on Aug 30th, 2018 Comments (0)
Finally, after years of waiting, the new dog park project is complete. The dog park will open spring of 2019 to give the grass and landscaping time to take root. Please stay tuned for the opening of Port Potomac HOA dog park in 2019.
|Security Contractor for Port Potomac|
|Posted on Jan 17th, 2018
Port Potomac HOA has hired a new Security Company, SOS Security, LTD. to handle security services for the community in 2018. (Start date January 16, 2018) There will be an officer on site from 8 pm to 4 am every evening doing patrols. To reach the patrol officer during their shift you may call 571/251-2470.
Should you notice anything you want to report that is not urgent or you have a question for the security company, you can call SOS Security, Mr. Robert Salba at 703/862-2040 during normal business hours. As always, any activity that warrants, you should call Prince William County Police, 911 or the non-emergency number 703/792-6500.
|Assessment Payment Options|
|Posted on Mar 17th, 2017
|Posted on Feb 2nd, 2017 Comments (0)
Community Crime Prevention Tip
When having packages delivered to your home, beware of “porch pirating” — when a thief steals delivered packages from your doorstep or porch. Thieves can follow delivery trucks, watching for prime targets. These thieves commonly strike during working hours as many homes are empty at that time.
There are many steps that you can take to reduce the chance that your deliveries will be stolen. Here are some helpful tips to prevent the theft of your package.
· Have your packages delivered to a location where someone can receive them in-person. A neighbor or relative who is usually home, for example, or your workplace if your employer allows it.
· Encourage your neighbors to watch for deliveries and agree to secure each other’s packages. This includes being watchful for any stranger who is going onto porches for no apparent reason, or following delivery trucks.
· Ask the shipper to hold your package at their facility. Most offer this service.
If you see anyone acting suspicious, call the police. Try and get as much information as possible; suspect / vehicle descriptions, license plates, the last direction of travel and any other information that would help identify the thief.
REPORT ALL SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY TO THE POLICE
Emergency: 911 * Non-Emergency: 703-792-6500 * Crime Prevention Unit: 703-792-7270
|PWC School Boundary Changes Impact Us!!!|
|Posted on Nov 21st, 2016 Comments (0)
This coming Tuesday, November 22nd at 7pm at Potomac High School Auditorium, there will be community meeting to discuss proposed boundary changes to the elementary schools on the Eastern side of Prince William County. These changes will impact Port Potomac residents, either directly or indirectly. One of the plans (of which there are 3), has the community split between attending Mary Williams Elementary School and Potomac Shores Elementary School.
|Final Capital Improvement Plan|
|Posted on Sep 30th, 2015 Comments (0)