Montclair Beaches Update

Effective 12:00 a.m., Friday, May 29, 2020, all public beaches as defined in § 10.1- 705 of the Code of Virginia may open to individual and family recreational activity, in addition to exercise and fishing. Though Montclair beaches are not “public beaches” the Governor's guidelines for public beaches provide a reasonable outline for managing the use of MPOA beaches. As we move "Montclair Forward" and increase the availability of our amenities it is important to keep in mind we are a private beach and need to manage our community in a safe and responsible manner. The status of our beaches and amenities may not mirror those of the public facilities. 

In conjunc...

MPOA 2020 -2021 Recreation IDs
*Please note that office procedures for accepting and processing forms may change if the MPOA Office closures are relaxed or extended due to Government directives. The drop box located to the left of the MPOA Office doors is always available for dropping off forms and documents.

The following are necessary to process any and all Rec ID requests either in person or by mail:


Updating IDs – please submit/bring the following to the MPOA Office:

-A completed Rec ID Application

-Your current 2019 Rec ID cards

-Proof of residency for anyone in the home over the age of 18


Lost IDs – please submit/bring the following to the MPOA Office:

-A completed Rec ID Application

-Proof of residency for anyone in the home over the age o...

Click HERE for a pdf version of the Amenities Reference Chart. 

Hello:
Your health and safety are at the forefront of every decision we make within the community.  The Montclair Property Owners Association Board of Directors (BOD) continues to do all that we can to protect our community and every homeowner currently residing in it.  As the Novel Corona virus (COVID-19) continues to be utmost on our minds, we want to provide an update on some of the current actions Virginia Governor Ralph Northam has undertaken to help protect us in this fight against COVID-19, and the effects of this as it pertains to our community. 

Specifically, on May 29, 2020, at 12:00 AM we expect the Governor to execute Phase 1 for Northern Virginia.  A...

MPOA 2020 -2021 Recreation IDs  
*Please note that office procedures for accepting and processing forms may change if the MPOA Office closures are relaxed or extended due to Government directives. The drop box located to the left of the MPOA Office doors is always available for dropping off forms and documents.

Updating IDs - please submit the completed application to the MPOA office along with your 2019 ID cards, and proof of residency for anyone in the home over the age of 18.  
Lost IDs – please submit the completed application to the MPOA office along with proof of residency for anyone in the home over the age of 18, a check for ($10 per) each new ID, and a picture for each person getting a new ID.  
First time IDs...

The Board of Directors (BOD) recently received clarification that MPOA Common Areas are considered Recreational Facilities and, as such, have been operating out-of-sync with the Governor’s Executive Orders 60 and 62. Specifically, the BOD was informed that Recreational Facilities are to remain closed in Phase Zero and the Association was obligated to take reasonable measures to enforce this closure. Failure to do so has the potential to leave the Association vulnerable to legal liability and in breach of current insurance agreements. Given this information, the BOD has directed the following:

All MPOA recreational areas, to include MPOA Common Area beaches and boat ramp, are closed to all activities during Phase Zero. Signage will be posted...

Please don’t leave your dog’s mess behind
The weather is getting warmer and the MPOA office has been receiving complaints of residents not picking up after their pets.  There have been reports of residents leaving behind fecal matter on personal and common area property.  Please be considerate of your neighbors by picking up after your pets during your daily walks.

Earth Day – 50 Years!!
On April 22nd the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day was celebrated! While the day has passed, we should keep it in our hearts all year long.

Here’s a few tips to help the earth in Montclair…

  • Help clean the planet by spending time picking up litter around the neighborhood.

  • Brainstorm energy-friendly ideas for around the house. Cut back on energy waste...

PRESS RELEASE
March 29, 2020

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COVID-19 Update: County Offers Tools to Keep Residents Informed About COVID-19

Prince William County, VA. In an effort to provide ongoing information regarding COVID-19, Prince William County is offering several new tools that residents can now access.

The county’s new COVID-19 website - available at pwcgov.org/COVID19 - is much easier to navigate and is the main source of information regarding the county’s response to the pandemic. For those who have their browser set to a different language, the site uses Google Translate to automatically display content in that language.

The county has also instituted an SMS text alert system for COVID-19. If you...