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Stafford Lakes is at the heart of Stafford
County, VA. Checkout the beatiful amenities and features of our neighborhood.

Community Headlines

  • Jun 03
    ARC Meeting

    ARC Meeting - Applications will be viewed online.

  • May 18
    BOD Mtg

    Board of Directors Meeting-Cancelled

    6:30pm in the ClubhouseAll residents are encouraged to attend!

     

  • May 12
    Community Pools

    Stafford Lakes Village Homeowners,

    These are unprecedented times and we all have a lot on our minds right now. While COVID-19 is a global challenge, it is also highly personal, impacting all aspects of our individual work and home lives. While it is impossible to eliminate the risk posed by this virus, the Board of Directors is committed to doing all they can to keep you and your families safe in our community and, as such, have closed access to several Community common areas including playgrounds and sports areas. As the weather turns warmer, we are sure many in the community are thinking about getting ready for summer and, perhaps, enjoying sometime in the Community pool.

    Due to COVID-19, there exists the very real possibility that the Community will not be permitted to open the pool this year and residents of Stafford Lakes Village will have to make alternative plans. The current set of Architectural Design Guidelines have specific specifications for what types of pools are allowed in the Community (Section II, G). The Architectural Review Committee (ARC) has given much thought to these guidelines considering our current situation and has made the following recommendation to the Board of Directors; a temporary amendment to the Guidelines until we are past the risks associated with COVID-19:

    Effective immediately, homeowners are permitted to have temporary, above ground pools with a frame in addition to the inflatable style pools permitted in the guidelines. Homeowners do not need to submit an ARC request and will be permitted to install pools provided they comply with the following:

    1. They are to be temporary in nature and must be drained and stored out of sight at the end of the season, but no later than October 1, 2020.

    2. Pools for swimming must be located in rear of the house and must be a minimum of 5 feet from the property line, or the minimum standard set by local Governing Agency, whichever is the larger of the two.

    3. The temporary pool must have a depth of less than 24 inches, a volume of less than 5000 gallons, or an area of less 150 square feet. Any pool in excess of these dimensions fall under county/state/federal guidelines and require additional authorizations and permits from the county and the community before they can be installed.

    Any pool that has a maximum water depth equal to or greater than 24 inches, a volume greater than or equal to 5000 gallons, or an area greater than 150 square feet must meet all associated county, state, and federal regulations and requires an application to the ARC which must include the following:

    1. A copy of the approved County permit (County permits and special enclosures are required for any pool or hot tub that has a depth greater than 24”).

    2. Signatures of all property owners affected by the proposed pool (in the event that more than the usual two are affected).

    3. A site plan showing location and dimensions of the pool, other related equipment, etc., in relation to the applicant's house, property lines, and adjacent dwellings.

    4. Detailed drawings and plans of the pool, and pertinent information concerning water supply system, drainage and water disposal system.

    5. Estimated date of installation and removal of the pool from the property.

    This one-time, temporary exception to the guidelines applies to every property in Stafford Lakes Village and only applies to the 2020 pool season. This exception shall expire on October 1, 2020 and these pools will, again, be expressly prohibited in Stafford Lakes Village. If you have any questions regarding this exception to the guidelines, please contact the clubhouse by phone at 540-286-2555 or email at [email protected]

    Very Respectfully,

    Stafford Lakes Community Association Board of Directors

     

Upcoming Events

  • May 25
    Office Closed

    The Clubhouse office will be closed Monday, May 25, 2020 in observance of Memorial Day.

  • Jun 03
    ARC Meeting

    ARC Meeting - Applications will be viewed online.

  • Jun 22
    BOD Mtg

    Board of Directors Meeting6:30pm in the ClubhouseAll residents welcome!