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Santa Claus is coming to Montclair! On Saturday morning, December 14, watch Santa and his helpers parade through the neighborhood in their big red fire truck starting at 9:00 am. Candy will ONLY be passed out at Candy Stops. A list of stops is available on the MPOA Facebook Group, in the December Montclairion, and by clicking here. Stops will be for roughly 2 minutes unless otherwise noted. After a short break for cookies and milk, Santa will head to the Country Club where children can enjoy hot chocolate, cookies and photos with Santa from 3:30-5:30 pm.
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The Montclair Property Owners Association Board of Directors will hold a Town Hall Meeting at the Montclair Country on Wednesday, December 4th at 7 pm. Items to be discussed include various parking issues impacting the community: Southlake, Water's Edge Townhome Association, Holleyside Drive, Spring Branch Boulevard, and other areas, as well as potential courses of action. All residents are encouraged to attend to voice their concerns, make suggestions, or simply listen to the discussion. If you are unable to attend but wish to provide insight, please contact your Precinct Representative. A PDF of the presentation is available on the MPOA Facebook Group and may also be accessed on FSRConnect under "Management Reports".
Celebrate the holidays with friends and neighbors with a luncheon at the Country Club on Thursday, December 12 from 2-5 pm. Teams will test their knowledge in a game of Trivial Pursuit and the winners will take home a special holiday prize! Tickets are $5 and are available now until December 6 at the MPOA Office.
The Prince William County Police Department’s Animal Control Bureau recently released a warning about coyotes within the county.
Coyotes have been living in Prince William County for years and they pose no direct threat to humans unless the animals are sick, injured, or feel threatened. Please note while coyotes are nocturnal, it is not uncommon to see a coyote during the day in urban and suburban areas.
The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries have provided several precautionary steps the public can take to avoid a conflict with a coyote: