As of February 25th, 209 homes out of the total of 216 have paid their 2015 assessment. Thank you! The unpaid homes have had late fees attached to their accounts and, if they do not pay by the first week of March, liens will be placed on the homes. Hunters Ridge continues to have one of the lowest assessment rates in Prince William County. The HOA appreciates your prompt payment.
Hunters Ridge has many new residents who may be unfamiliar with snow removal in the community. The streets and gravel shoulders in the community are maintained by the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) and not the HOA. As such, VDOT has total responsibility for snow plowing in Hunters Ridge. If a resident has concerns or questions regarding snow plowing they should call VDOT directly at 800-367-7623. The HOA is not prepared to address these questions/concerns on behalf of the resident. For more information regarding snow plowing visit http://www.virginiadot.org/about/resources/nova_snow/snow_fact_sheet.pdf.
Residents of Hunters Ridge are reminded that the law forbids more than one vehicle from being in the crossover at the center medium at the intersection of Coloriver Road and the Prince William Parkway. Drivers who insist on joining another vehicle in the crossover are endangering themselves and others by this reckless practice. In the last year a serious accident, with injuries, occurred at this intersection due to this practice. Please, wait for the other vehicle to make their turn onto the Parkway before pulling into the crossover. It could save you a ticket, if not more.