Recent Announcements

Board statement regarding Newbridge pool

posted May 24, 2021, 6:36 PM by Web Master

Dear HGCA Residents and Owners,

As you might be aware our closest Reston Association (RA) pool, Newbridge, is being considered by Reston Association for closing per a recent Pool usage study that was discussed on Thursday, May 20, 2021, at the RA Board and Recreation Facilities Working Group.

RA CEO Hank Lynch presented data at the work session showing that Golf Course Island, Newbridge, Tall Oaks, and Shadowood pools have lower usage than RA’s 11 other pools.

As a result, RA staff is recommending that RA consider “repurposing” the facilities.  The HGCA board opposes this recommendation and is submitting this letter on behalf of Hunters Green Cluster Association (HGCA).  Given that Newbridge is the closest pool to HGCA and one that kids can walk or ride to on paths without crossing any streets along with the clusters surrounding the pool -- closing the pool will impact safety and home values for young families. In addition, with the huge surge of population growth along Sunrise Valley including the two new housing complexes and an 8 story apartment building (and one to come next door to it), there is an opportunity to expand pool privileges to new residents who want to use the pool and can be considered in the fees.  

HGCA believes that RA shouldn’t be shutting down amenities when thousands of new residents will be moving within walking distance of the pool.

Our community will oppose the pool shutdown.

If your home unit differs with this opinion, please let the board know by close of business on May 28, 2021 otherwise we will submit that 118 home units oppose this recommendation.



President HGCA


Standards Committee Meeting Notice

posted May 23, 2021, 8:09 PM by Web Master


The Standards Committee will meet this Thursday, May 27, 2021 at 7 pm.  This meeting will be held virtually.

If you would like to attend the meeting as an observer, please email Cameron Ishaq at Cameron.ishaq@gmail.comCameron will register your email address and send you the information needed to attend.


RA Cluster Meet and Greet Final Presentation

posted Apr 23, 2021, 8:27 PM by Web Master   [ updated Apr 23, 2021, 8:28 PM ]

RA Cluster Meet & Greet. In February RA published a document with the results of a survey of Reston cluster boards.  The document provides an overview of the results and a high-level review of the RA DRB approval process for residents and clusters.  You can review the document that is posted in the Resource Center

HGCA Board Meeting

posted Apr 23, 2021, 8:10 PM by Web Master   [ updated Apr 23, 2021, 8:21 PM ]

Tuesday May 4, 2021
7PM  Virtual


  1. Review and approval of March 2021 Minutes

  2. Treasurer’s report

Old Business

  1. Update on new Website 

  2. Landscape Committee meeting/next steps

  3. Standards Update

  4. New picnic table installed for Jean Murphy

New Business

  1. Is an additional salt barrel needed on Indian Ridge Road?

  2. Yellow curbs to be touched up in June

  3. Re-start social committee

  4. Ideas for near term and far-term Infrastructure projects – 2022 planning

    1. Repave path between IRR SW corner and golf course

    2. “sidewalk/concrete replacement”

    3. permanent drainage structures in affected areas

    4. Another picnic table to add to IRR main playground

  5. April 23 meeting with RA Cam Adams and April 24 community maintenance walkthrough

Notice about Yard Waste Collection

posted Apr 13, 2021, 5:33 PM by Web Master

 Following the new Fairfax County Ordinance, effective Monday, April 19th American Disposal Services will no longer accept or collect yard debris material placed in plastic bags. To ensure collection, all yard debris material must be placed in reusable containers labeled yard debris or biodegradable compostable waste bags to ensure collection. We are unable to collect or return for any yard debris that is not properly prepared. For more information, please visit the Fairfax County  website at

Draft Minutes of Nov. 2 Board Meeting Posted

posted Nov 22, 2020, 12:30 PM by HGCA Secretary

Draft Minutes of the Nov. 2 HGCA Board of Directors meeting have been posted on this website under the Resource Center tab, located near the bottom of the menu on the left. These minutes will be approved at the next regular meeting of the Board, to be held  Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2021. If you have questions or comments, please direct them to Thank you,.

Agenda for HGCA Annual Meeting, Dec. 1, 7:00 PM

posted Nov 22, 2020, 12:25 PM by HGCA Secretary

The agenda for the HGCA 2020 Annual Meeting is pasted below. This will be a virtual meeting via Zoom that will be held Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2020, at 7:00 PM. A link to the meeting will be distributed by email the day before the meeting. Please plan to attend and be sure to cast your proxy ballot prior to noon on Dec. 1. Results will be announced at the meeting. Thank you.

Agenda for Dec. 1, 2020, Annual Meeting

      1.       Review and approval of Nov. 2 minutes

2.       Results of Election

a.       New Board Members

b.       2021 Budget

3.       Treasurers report

4.       Meet Golf Course GM

5.       Discussion of Website and new membership software

6.       Trash contract update

7.       Standards Committee way forward

8.       Discussion of Charging Stations


Minutes Posted of Aug. Standards Committee Meeting

posted Oct 29, 2020, 11:15 AM by HGCA Secretary

Draft minutes have been posted of the last meeting of the HGCA Design Standards Committee. This meeting was held Aug. 27, 2020. The minutes are available for review under the Resource Center tab on the left menu. 

Agenda for Nov. 2 HGCA Board Meeting

posted Oct 23, 2020, 11:02 AM by HGCA Secretary

The agenda for the HGCA regular board meeting on Nov. 2, 2020, is below. This will be a virtual meeting using Zoom Meetings and will begin at 7:00 pm. A link to the meeting will be distributed via email a few days prior to the meeting. As you can see from the agenda, we have a lot of important issues to cover, including finalizing the slate for open positions on the HGCA Board; explaining, discussing and having a Board vote on the new voting policy (available to view in Resource Center near bottom of left menu); a briefing on proposed 2021 budget and more. At the top of the meeting there will be briefing from Connie Hartke of Rescue Reston on the current status of attempts to develop Reston's golf courses. Please plan to attend!

1.            Call to order

2.            Short presentation from Rescue Reston

3.            Approval of minutes of September Board meeting

4.            Treasurers Report and proposed 2021 budget

5.            Open discussion of new voting policy and procedures, followed by Board vote

6.            Introduction of candidates and floor nominations for open Board positions

7.            Discussion of upgrading HOA website and community management software

8.            Set a time to meet with Standards Committee to review progress and steps going forward

9.            Review and discuss bids from trash/recycling vendors

10.        Landscape update – HGC entrance project

11.        Speeding mitigation

a.       Signage recommendation for IRR and HGC.

b.       Painting of center island on IRR

c.       Volunteer help needed

12.        Additional items

13.        Member Comments

14.        Executive Session







Important Information Re New Voting Resolution

posted Sep 18, 2020, 6:46 AM by HGCA Secretary

The Board has been working diligently over the past several months, in conjunction with our cluster attorney, to craft a new voting policy that will allow for paper and email proxies. The new policy is now complete, and two documents are available for your review: the proposed electronic/proxy voting policy and voting instructions. The Board will vote to adopt this policy at its regular bi-monthly meeting on Nov. 2. These documents have been distributed to our email list and can be found on this website under the Resource Center link on the left menu.

A by-laws amendment to allow proxy and electronic voting was approved by the membership during the 2018 annual meeting, held in December of that year. The Board intends to have this policy in place for voting at the 2020 annual meeting, scheduled for Dec. 1. We anticipate that this will be a virtual meeting because of the Coronavirus pandemic and associated safety concerns. With that in mind, there will be a number of changes to the usual annual meeting voting process, which are reviewed below:

1) We are moving up the deadline for finalizing a slate of candidates to run for the two three-year positions on the Board that start Jan. 1, 2021. A call for candidates has been distributed via email and by hand-delivered flyers. We encourage all of you to give this notice your full attention and to seriously consider putting your name forward.

2) The deadline for candidates to submit their names this year will be Oct. 30 before midnight. Bios and statements of all eligible candidates will be electronically distributed to residents by Nov. 1. Each candidate will be introduced at the Nov. 2 Board meeting (also virtual) and asked to say a few words about themselves and what they would like to accomplish as a Board member. Nominations also will be accepted from the floor at the November Board meeting. At the end of the November meeting, the slate will be set, and no further nominations will be accepted.

3) Due to the difficulty of conducting a private ballot during an online meeting planned this year, we will be asking ALL MEMBERS to vote by paper or electronic proxy before noon on the day of the annual meeting, which is Dec. 1. As outlined in the voting policy, you may appoint as your proxy any association member in good standing who will attend the meeting, or you may appoint as proxy the Secretary of the Board. If a specific individual is not named as proxy, the default proxy of Board Secretary will be assumed. If the specific person named as proxy does not attend the meeting, the default proxy of Board Secretary will cast your vote as instructed, unless you opt out of this on the proxy form. Completed proxy forms may be delivered three ways: 

1) In person to the mailbox of Board President Reed Skaggs (11782 IRR),

2) By regular mail to Reed’s address, or

3) By email to an account established for this purpose: Completed and signed proxy forms submitted via email must be in PDF format.  

 At the beginning of the voting window, a proxy form will be sent to each Member for whom we have an email address and will be posted at Please remember that each household has only one vote, so a couple should submit only one proxy ballot.

We encourage you to put the Nov. 2 meeting on your calendar now. This will be a very important meeting because it is your opportunity to ask any questions you have about the voting process and to meet the candidates.

For those new to Zoom: The Nov. 2 Board Meeting and, we expect, the Annual Meeting will be held virtually. If you are new to Zoom, we will hold at least one “practice” meeting prior to Nov. 2 so you can become acquainted with the platform. You will receive an email invitation to the meeting and to join you only need to click the provided link and to follow the prompts to download (if you have not already) and launch Zoom. You also can download the application in advance at There are some helpful tutorials on the website.

We apologize for the length of this email, but it is very important. We all know this is a year like no other and to safely conduct our annual meeting took some unusual planning. I hope you will work with us to make this meeting a success. And please consider running for the Board!

The HGCA Board

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