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Community Update 6-3-2020

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 IDsplease submit/bring the following to the MPOA Office:

-A completed Rec ID Application

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

-A check for ($10 per) each new ID

-A picture for each person getting a new ID, if registering in person photo will be taken by staff

First time IDsplease submit/bring the following to the MPOA Office:

-A completed application

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

-A picture for each person getting a new ID, if registering in person photo will be taken by staff

If you prefer to not register in the MPOA Office, here are others ways to register: All the necessary paperwork can be submitted by USPS Mail – 3561 Waterway Drive, Montclair, VA 22025 Drop-off - The black box to the left of the MPOA Office doors, drop off anytime On-line – please send the information to The form can be obtained online at, or emailed upon request. After processing the completed application, your cards will be mailed back to the address listed on the form. If you are a tenant, please be sure to have the homeowner sign the form, giving permission for renters to obtain the Rec IDs. MPOA Recreation IDs displaying the 2019 sticker will remain valid until midnight June 30, 2020.

Rec ID Appointments

Beginning June 1, 2020 the MPOA Office will be open, BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, to process and renew Rec ID passes. If you prefer to register for new ID’s or renew your ID’s in person, please make sure to follow this link to schedule an appointment:

One timeslot is sufficient per family/household. In an effort to get you in and out as quickly as possible, please refer to the above list of required documents and have all forms, ID’s, payments, and smiles ready to go!

A Note from the MPOA Covenants Department: Property Improvement Requests

Getting ready to move soon? Or perhaps start some DIY’s over the summer? Here are some things homeowners should know before making any changes to their property. Residents are encouraged to check the Article 5 Architectural Guidelines and Home Business @ before submitting a Property Improvements Request (PIR).

When submitting a Property Improvement Request (PIR), please ensure the below information is addressed:

  • Application sign and dated by the homeowner;

  • At least 2 signatures are required for abutting/adjacent homeowners (even for existing items);

  • Property plat, if required indicating the location of the modifications to the existing dwelling and property lines;

  • Color picture and/or detailed drawing to include dimensions and materials to be used;

Please see the attached PIR form for printing.

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Help For Virginian’s – COVID-19 Virginia Resources

Whether you need assistance with food, shelter, utilities or more, help is available to all Virginians through the new COVID-19 Virginia Resources website and app. Get connected to essential services and support. Visit for more information. Please feel free to share this information with anyone you know that may be in need.

Exciting News from the Prince William Public Library System: Save The Date!

As our greater Prince William Community begins to navigate our "new normal," we have some exciting updates about your Prince William Public Library System. We are committed to serving the needs of the public while also working to ensure the safety and health of our customers, staff, and the community. Your safety and the safety of our staff will remain a priority and, with that in mind, we will begin entering Phase 1 of Reopening beginning Monday, June 15. Click the link to read on:

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Our office is open and staffed regular business hours M-F 8:30AM to 5:00PM. However, the office remains closed to foot traffic until such a time as the general order mandating groups of 10 or less lifted. We continue to monitor the Governor of Virginia's orders and will re-open for regular business operations as soon as permissible. That re-opening will include the extended Wednesday evening hours and issuance of facility passes/renewals for those who wish to obtain passes/stickers in person rather than by mail or drop box.

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