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Street Maintenance

August 30, 2021 :: Latest News

Road repairs and maintenance will begin in Foxfield this week and continue for the next 2-1/2 weeks. Our management company and the paving company will be notifying all affected homeowners through direct mail, posted signs, and door hanger tags. All vehicles must be removed from the relevant streets by 7 a.m. on the scheduled day before work can begin; any vehicles not moved in time are subject to being towed at the owner’s risk and expense, which may include a $60 towing fee. You may park in a nearby permitted area, but realize that neighbors on your street will be looking for new parking spots at the same time so be prepared for an extra walk.

Some streets will be milled and paved, which means the existing asphalt will be removed and new asphalt will be poured. Streets in better condition will need only the existing asphalt resealed, while those in the best condition won’t need any work at all. In all cases, only Foxfield-owned roads will be repaired. Streets in Foxfield that belong to Virginia are maintained by the Virginia Department of Transportation.

Although the dates are subject to change due to weather conflicts, here is the tentative schedule:

Brandy Station Court
Grand Junction Court
Grand Junction Drive

9/1~9/2 (Postponed to 9/9~9/10 due to weather)
Custom House Court

Blue Fox Lane pipestem
Cross Keys Court pipestems (2 southern pipestems only)
Fishers Hill Court pipestem

Kernstown Court

Jasper Court pipestem
Plum Run Court (townhouse section only)
Tannery Court (townhouse section only)

Foxfield Lane (south end only)
Swimming Pool parking lot
Willoughby Point Drive
Willoughby Point Lane
Willoughby Point Lane (2 pipestems)

Foxhole Drive

Foxfield Lane (north end only)
Keefer Court

Keefer Court (painting only)

9/17 (Postponed to 9/21 due to weather)
Cross Keys Court pipestem (northern pipestem only)
Sudley Ford Court

Farmland Drive (painting only)
Hound Run Drive (painting only)

Burkitts Road Court (painting only)
Mazewood Lane (painting only)

6 Comments to “Street Maintenance”
  1. Hanna Lukashok says:

    Cross Keys court was sealed on September 24th.

    However,  gaps and cracks were not even touched (not done at all). 

    Do you know if the company is coming back to finish it? 

    And to whom we need to contact if we are noticing any defects in the job?

    Thank you

    • Scott says:

      The gaps and cracks should have been filled before the street was sealed. If you notice any problems with the work, contact our property manager Luis Siguere at (703) 385-1133. He works directly with the paving company’s project manager and they will investigate the issue. I don’t believe the company is currently scheduled to return to that street.

      • Hanna Lukashok says:

        Scott, thank you very much for your reply.

        I’ve contacted Luis regarding the road repair issue on Cross Keys court (northern pipestem). Per Luis, the company was supposed to come back on Thursday, however, nobody came today (September 30). Sent email to Luis about that already.

        Although,  I checked the parking lot near the swimming pool yesterday. It looked like that some work with sealing and coating was already done there.  However, the result doesn’t look good.  I noticed many cracks (small and large) that were only partially filled or not filled at all.

        • Scott says:

          Thanks. If you told Luis about the Cross Keys Court problem, he will contact the paving company again to take care of it.

          Yes, the parking lot at the swimming pool needs more work. An initial survey showed the condition wasn’t too bad, so the paving company offered to crack fill and sealcoat (and re-paint) it for us at no charge. We now see it really needs to be milled and paved with new asphalt. We’re finished with the paving project for this year, but we’ll schedule the more extensive work at the parking lot for the next project.

          We also noticed that the parking lot occasionally serves as a convenient parking place for commercial trucks, sometimes overnight and sometimes when their drivers are on a lunch break. Heavy trucks add more wear and tear to the asphalt and decrease its useful life. The board is discussing whether this is something we should address.

  2. Cynthia says:

    Why hasn’t this been kept up to date or further notices been put up here. Streets are being done tomorrow yet some of my neighbors seems unaware. This website needs to be kept up to date.

    • Scott says:

      Thanks for the heads up. There was a communications breakdown and the updated information was not given to the board. We weren’t told about the painting of streets on October 4 and 5, so we didn’t put it on the web site. This page is now up to date and we’re looking to see exactly where the breakdown occurred.

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