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Kingston Chase is
a friendly community of 537 homeowners and their families built on
the old Folly Lick Farm. Known for its tree-lined streets, pool and
tennis court, excellent schools, and active social life, Kingston
Chase is one of the more sought-after
neighborhoods in Herndon. If you would like additional information
about Kingston Chase, please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure
to visit the pages of this site to learn more about life in
Chase will hold its Spring Yard Sale
Saturday, May 21, from 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Mark your calendar for
the annual Kingston Chase Adult Pool Party to be held Saturday, July
16, from 7:00 p.m. until midnight. Music will be provided by The
Gunston Manor Band. There will be excellent food and an open bar.
More information, including how to obtain tickets, will be provided
Conservation Corps Announces
Photography Contest Winners
Conservation Corps has announced its winners to the 2015 Nature
Photograph Contest, with results included in the April 2016
newsletter. Photos and winners are also included on the Conservation
Corps blogspot at
Calming Measures for Hiddenbrook Drive
Did Not Gain
Hiddenbrook Drive Traffic Calming Task Force met on April 12, 2016,
after taking a break for the winter. After discussing the community
feedback received to-date, the team determined that there is not
enough support at this time to move forward with the proposed
traffic calming measures. Thank you to those who expressed support
and put in time to collect and assess community feedback! The Task
Force appreciates your time and effort.
Kingston Chase resident
and Eagle Scout candidate, along with Roger Claff, researched and
wrote a paper on the Orrison Family Cemetery located on Permit Court. This
was in addition to coordinating a restoration project of the
cemetery. Residents are encouraged to take the time to read the
paper and at some point stop by and visit the cemetery.
Chase Board of Directors thank Tucker for spearheading the
restoration of the Orrison Family Cemetery. Indeed, the Board of
Directors thank all the Eagle Scouts who, over the years, have
supported numerous projects that have greatly enhanced the
Pack 1570 Food Drive
Thank you to
the many neighbors who donated food on November 14.
from our local Clearview Pack 1570 eagerly gathered the food
items and are
excited about providing the donations to those in need.
Cub Scout Pack
1570 appreciates the many food donations.
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When using the tennis
court, please remember to securely lock the gate when you are
finished playing. Please also remove any trash and personal
There is a Little Free
Library on the playground
adjacent to the pool. Stop by and check it out. There may be a
book you are interested in reading.
stolen, but recovered, are still awaiting word from the owners.
If you had decorations taken during the holidays, please contact
Pete Bank, Neighborhood Watch, at
Photos of Recovered
Maureen Morgan is the Children's Corner chairperson. If you have ideas for
playgroup events or activities, contact Maureen
See the latest newsletter for playgroup events.
Check back here for any changes to the schedule.
offers the following articles for homeowners:
Protect Your Home While
and from the Fairfax County Police Department:
The Who, What, When,
Why, and How of Calling the Police
E-mail items for the Bulletin Board to
is always posted to this website before the first of the month.
If it is not delivered
very early in the month, please check this website for the pdf file.
Scout Pack 1570 Wins in Civic Group Category
Cub Scout Pack 1570 for its second place win in the Civic Group
category at the Herndon Homecoming Parade on October 24. The
Pack decorated a truck with banners, including a trailer nicely
set to a campfire scene, and marched proudly and cheered loudly
as they made their way on Elden Street. The Cub Scouts received
a nice trophy and all the boys and leaders had a blast.
Clearview Cub Scouts from Pack 1570
march in the
Herndon Homecoming Parade on
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read the article and view the color photo:
Thank you to
Allen Hart for sharing these exceptional pictures from your
collection. Your column was a bright spot in the Kingston
Chase newsletter and was something we all looked forward to
seeing and reading each month. Thank you!
Guidelines, and Calendar
current as of
To reserve the
Kingston Chase Clubhouse for your small party or meeting, please
send an e-mail to
email@example.com. All reservations must
be confirmed prior to the activity
commencing, even for internal HOA business. Refer to the
2016 calendar for currently
reserved times, but keep in mind the calendar is subject to change
at any time. also online. Please also review the
Clubhouse Use Guidelines
for additional information. Thank you!
Meetings begin at 7:30 p.m. at the KCHOA clubhouse.
Architectural Review Committee
Tuesday, June 7
Tuesday, July 5
Tuesday, August 2
Board of Directors
Monday, June 13
Monday, July 11
Monday, August 8
ARC Application Form
Board Minutes are included
in the monthly
All homeowners and residents are invited and encouraged
ARC Guidelines 2/11/2014
Articles of Incorporation
Complaint Procedures 9/2012
Protective Covenants 8/24/77
Board Resolution re: Assess-
Annual KCHOA Events
Brew Fest and Pie Contest
Easter Egg Hunt
Spring Stream Cleanup
Swim Team Registration
Spring Yard Sale
Cub Scout Flower Sale
of July Parade
Teen Pool Party
Adult Pool Party
Kids4Kids Labor Day Triathlon
Day at the Pool
Fall Yard Sale
Annual Meeting of the HOA
P.O. Box 332
Herndon, VA 20172
The unique adventure and
convenience of living in Kingston Chase is highlighted in a
January 2010 article in the "Homes" section of the Fairfax
Times. View or
download the file by clicking on:
of Kingston Chase