• Rose Sq. Treatment Update

    The landscaping treatment of Rose Sq. needs more time to take effect, so the area will remain closed off for another couple weeks. It will be open in time for Potomac Greens’ Halloween festivities at the latest. Please continue to stay off the square as long as the caution tape is still in place.

  • Potomac Yard Metro Update, 10.12.2019

    The City’s Potomac Yard Metrorail Station Construction website, here, was updated late yesterday afternoon in response to an October 9 request made to City Staff by our neighborhood’s PYMIG liaison, Steve Crime. Among the updates, it notes the start date for demolishing the Potomac Greens traffic circle is October 21, 2019. The start date for the demolition was confirmed by the WMATA Project Manager, Fred Robertson, in a separate email to Steve yesterday evening. Demolition is anticipated to take two weeks to complete. From earlier discussions with City staff, we can expect that construction of the pocket park will ...

  • Halloween Decorating Contest–Deadline Extended!

    Please note that the deadline for entry into the Potomac Greens Halloween decorating contest has been extended to October 15. All other details below!

  • Week of 10/13: Delayed Trash & Recycling Collection

    Due to the 10/14 holiday (Columbus Day), Potomac Greens’ trash and recycling will be collected one day later next week, on Friday, 10/18, rather than Thursday, 10/17.

  • No Shuttle Service on Columbus Day, 2019

    As Columbus Day–Monday, 10/14–is a federal holiday, there will be no Metro shuttle service that day. Service will resume on Tuesday, 10/15.

  • October PYMIG meeting

    The October PYMIG meeting has been scheduled for Tuesday, 10/29, 7pm, at the Charles Houston Rec Center. The meeting’s agenda will be posted here as soon as it’s available.

  • PG Halloween

  • Notes from 9/25 PYMIG Meeting + Traffic Circle Update

    Below you’ll find notes from the September 25 PYMIG meeting, courtesy of our neighborhood’s PYMIG liaison, Steve Crime.

    Also, please note that per our HOA Board president, Ron Lafond, the timeline of the demolition of the traffic circle is as follows: Preliminary work will likely start in the next week. The contractor expects to do the bulk of the work over the long Columbus Day weekend and conclude the reconstruction of the circle into a three-way stop by October 14. As always, this is subject to change due to weather and other factors, but the contractor seemed confident about this timeline.

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  • Board & PYMIG meeting reminder

    A final reminder that this month’s HOA Board meeting will be held tomorrow night, 9/24, at 7pm in the Clubhouse. The next PYMIG meeting is the following evening, 9/25, 7:30pm at the Charles Houston Rec Center. The PYMIG meeting agenda is here: 2019-09-25 PYMIG Agenda

  • Circle Demolition Update

    Please note the following announcement from our HOA president, Ron Lafond, regarding the upcoming demolition of our neighborhood’s traffic circle:

    “Dear PG HOA Members and Community Residents,

    I’ve received an update on the timeline for demolition of the traffic circle from the WMATA Project Manager, Fred Robertson. As discussed in Tuesday’s update (available here), WMATA and its vendor (PYC) finalized the plan and permit application for demolition of the traffic circle, and the City approved the final permit, last Friday, 9/13. Per Mr. Robertson, WMATA expects to begin demolition of the circle next week, although some pre-construction work ...