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The Townes at Manchester Park The Townes at Manchester Park
Welcome to the Townes at Manchester Park!
The Townes at Manchester Park is a community of townhomes in Franconia, an unincorporated township in greater Alexandria, Virginia.  We're a small community of ninety-four units, built from 1997 to 1998, and located within a ten-minute walk of the Kingstowne Town Center and the Festival at Manchester Lakes shopping areas.  The Townes at Manchester Park Homeowners Association is a non-profit corporation, owned entirely by the community's homeowners.  Its purpose is to provide for the maintenance, preservation and architectural control of residential lots, and to own, improve, maintain and preserve the common areas.  We are professionally managed by Landmarc Real Estate, Inc, of Fredericksburg, Virginia.
~ Announcements ~
In addition to trash collection on Mondays and Thursdays, Patriot Disposal collects recyclable material on Wednesdays.  For more information on what can be recycled in Fairfax County, please see Patriot's recycling page at Residential Recycling Service.
​​​​​​Tennis Court Reopening
Our tennis court re-opened on Tuesday, September 8th.  We repaired the underlying surface to correct cracks and deadspots and resurfaced the court.  At the same time, we installed taller net posts to accommodate badminton and volleyball.  You can brush up on the rules at Badminton Pan America, the International Volleyball Federation, and the International Tennis Federation.  Please do your part to keep our new court in pristine condition: pick up any trash, leave the court cleaner than you found it, lock the gate when you leave, and don't mark up the surface.
Board of Directors Vacancies
We have a vacant position on our board of directors.  If you or someone you know is interested in serving on the board, please contact our community manager at  Duties include meeting quarterly to conduct HOA business, and occasional related business and discussions.  It's a great opportunity to have an impact and make the Townes at Manchester Park the kind of community YOU want to live in!
What has the HOA done for me lately?
  • The board handles routine business of the association to include hiring and overseeing contractors, establishing the assessment rate, adopting a budget, maintaining common areas, and reviewing exterior modification requests.
  • Additionally, your dues pay for landscaping throughout the common areas, trash and recycling collection, maintenance of common property (tennis court, signs, gazebo, street lights, etc), management, snow plowing, legal services, electricity (for street lights), insurance, accounting, and other services.

~ Upcoming Events ~
Memorial Day
Monday, May 31, 2021
Trash collection will occur normally on Monday, May 31.  Happy Memorial Day!
Independence Day (observed)
Monday, July 5, 2021
No trash pick-up on Monday, July 5.  The next pick-up will be on Thursday, July 8.  Happy Independence Day!
3rd Quarter Board Meeting
Thursday, July 29, 2021, 7:00 to 9:00 pm at TBD
The Board of Directors will hold its third quarterly meeting of 2021 to conduct routine business on behalf of the association.  All homeowners are invited to attend.
Labor Day
Monday, September 6, 2021
Trash will be picked up on Monday, September 6.  Happy Labor Day!
Annual Homeowners Meeting
Thursday, October 28, 2021, 7:00 pm at TBD
All homeowners are invited to the association's annual meeting.  The agenda will include election of board members, a review of the previous year's business, and on overview of next year's budget.
4th Quarter Board Meeting
Thursday, October 28, 2021, 8:00 pm at TBD
The Board of Directors will hold its fourth quarterly meeting of 2021 immediately following the annual homeowners meeting.
Trick or Treat
Sunday, October 31, 2021, 6:00 to 8:00 pm at our neighborhood
Happy Halloween!  Remember to turn on your porch light to welcome trick-or-treaters, and leave it off if you're not participating.  Drivers, please use extra caution for numerous small pedestrians in the street.  Stay safe and see Fairfax County's Halloween Safety Flyer for important safety tips.