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Potomac Greens is a stylish and exceptionally situated townhouse community in Alexandria, Virginia. Located minutes away from Washington, D.C., the Potomac River Waterfront, King Street, and many of the area’s finest restaurants and shopping, Potomac Greens offers its residents live within walking distance. Community amenities include a clubhouse, pool, nature trail, tot-lots, and beautiful green spaces.


Community Announcements

  • PYMIG Update – 8-7-20

    The City has posted its July PYMIG update video on the City website.  You can find it at http://alexandria.granicus.com/ViewPublisher.php?view_id=29&coa_clip_id=4553&coa_view_id=29.  Slide 5 shows the near-term schedule of construction events happening over the next three months.  The current state of construction is depicted in slides 7-15. Slide 16 shows the long-term construction schedule through the completion of the station. Slide 17 shows upcoming Metrorail Station-related meetings.

    Update courtesy of Steve Crime – PG neighborhood’s PYMIG liaison

  • Trash Delay & Construction Update – 8/4/20

    Trash Delay – Due to expected impacts from Tropical Storm Isaias, the City of Alexandria has suspended its curbside trash and recycling collection for Tuesday, August 4. This means Potomac Greens will have its trash / recycling pick-ups moved to Friday Aug. 7 this week.

    Construction Update – Below are some photos of interest to the community showing the current state of construction of the Metrorail Station.  The “Headhouse/Mezzanine” is the actual Metrorail station itself.  Update courtesy of Steve Crime – PG neighborhood’s PYMIG liaison

  • Help Regarding Break-In at Metrorail Site – 8/3/20

    PYC is requesting the assistance of Potomac Greens residents.

    Someone broke into the Metrorail station worksite at the community’s north end this weekend and stole PYC hand tools.  The gate was locked when the workers left Saturday afternoon, but it was open Sunday morning.  Please take a look at any video from Ring doorbells or security cameras you might have to see if you captured anything that you believe could be related to the theft.  I would focus on the time frame from sundown Saturday to sunrise on Sunday.  Please contact Steve Crime (scrime@comcast.net) if you find anything that ...

  • July 22nd Landscape Committee Meeting on Zoom – 7/20/20

    If you are interested in attending the July 22nd Landscape Committee meeting at 6:30 pm, please use the Zoom link below.

    https://kelleydrye.zoom.us/j/8979801083?pwd=endtR2QzZkhOOE1yUnltcSsrSm1lUT09

     

  • Upcoming Board Meeting July 30 – 7/17/20
    There will be a Potomac Greens HOA Board meeting this month, on Thursday, July 30, from 7-8pm. The Board may enter into executive session from 6:30PM-7:00PM to discuss legal or contract matters. Because of the ongoing COVID-related restrictions we’ll be meeting virtually again, via GoTo Meeting. If you’d like to attend, please email Christie Beruete (cberuete@sentrymgt.com), and she’ll send you instructions for how to access the meeting by computer or phone. If you plan to ask a question during the homeowners forum, please also ...
  • Pool Update – 7/10/2020
    After our June 25 update to the community following the announcement of Virginia’s Phase 3 re-opening guidance, a few residents kindly volunteered to work with the Board to create a proposal for operating the PG pool during Phase 3. The proposal aimed to address social distancing, enhanced cleaning requirements, enforcement of the rules to mitigate the legal liability of our HOA, and other matters. When we felt the plan sufficiently addressed our concerns and the Phase 3 guidelines, we asked our HOA’s attorneys and insurance company for their evaluation of the plan and associated risk to the HOA. Unfortunately, even with all of the precautions ...
  • Upcoming Landscape Work – 7/2/2020
    Starting the week of July 6th, the crews from Grounds Management will begin the summer clean up of landscaped areas. This includes leaf removal, weeding, light pruning, and fresh mulch. Please have your outside front hoses hooked up and in working order. The crews like to water shrubs that look wilted. Hydrangea especially struggle in the heat.
    Residents who would like to opt out of this service can contact Christine Beruete / Sentry Management (see “Contact Us” for info) for a blue reflector. If you currently have a blue reflector, please be sure it is visible. Corner lots ...
  • PYMIG and Construction Updates – 6/30/2020

    There are two items of interest to the community.

    PYMIG Update.  The June construction update video is now available on the City of Alexandria’s website at http://alexandria.granicus.com/ViewPublisher.php?view_id=29&coa_clip_id=4521&coa_view_id=29.  Slide 7 contains the construction schedule for the next three months.  Slides 8-12 and 17-20 include current photos of station construction on the Potomac Greens side of the project.

    Construction Update for the Pocket Park.  Fred Robertson, the WMATA project manager, contacted us to tell us that PYC had ordered the wrong style of benches for the circle. Instead of the City’s standard black metal benches, PYC ordered wooden benches similar to what we ...

  • Pool / Gym / Metro Shuttle Update from Board – 6/24/2020

    Dear neighbors–

    Governor Northam announced this week that all of Virginia, including Alexandria, will move into Phase 3 of reopening on July 1. As discussed at length at last week’s Board meeting, the Board has been working diligently to determine what the Phase 3 guidelines will mean for our community’s pool, gym, and other facilities, and we wanted to let residents know where we’re at.

    Pool: In Phase 3 swimming pools are allowed to operate in accordance with the mandatory requirements as set forth in the Governor’s Phase 3 guidelines. The specific requirements that pose compliance challenges are: 1) patrons from different ...

  • PYMIG & Potomac Yard Design Advisory Committee (PYDAC) Updates – 6/24/2020

    There are two items of interest to the community.

    PYMIG Update.  Virginia Polytechnic and State University (Virginia Tech) approached the City with a request to submit a proposal to WMATA, adding “VT” as a secondary name of the future Potomac Yard Metrorail station name:  Potomac Yard would become Potomac Yard-VT.  If the name change process is conducted now, the City and WMATA anticipate there will be no impact on the station construction schedule or costs, since wayfinding signage and materials costs are built into the station construction budget. Changing the station name at a later date could cost hundreds ...