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Upcoming POAVA events: 

Regional Seminars:  


                    Check back later for seminar schedule


Membership meeting:   Meeting is in process of being rescheduled to new date


    Due to circumstances beyond our control the Membership Meeting is being rescheduled


    Membership meeting - Available to Members Only

        To be announced - Aquia Harbour Clubhouse, Stafford, VA

            Register online later - Agenda for meeting available later - Time:  9:30 AM to 3:00 PM

                Membership Application - Google map directions



POAVA in the news - The Winchester Star - March 28, 2011


Questions regarding property owner association issues should be directed to:  

        Office of the Common Interest Community Ombudsman, Heather S. Gillespie, at 804-367-2941.

        Mailing address:       

        Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation
        9960 Mayland Drive Suite 400
        Richmond, Virginia 23233-1463

Email:  cicombudsman@dpor.virginia.gov

Website:  www.dpor.virginia.gov or www.townhall.virginia.gov

Common Interest Community Board Regulations:  www.townhall.virginia.gov/L/ViewBoard.cfm?BoardID=147


Questions about POAVA - webmaster@poava.org  

Get directions to events from Google MapsThen select Get Directions.

ATTENTION - New Common Interest Community Regulations Effective May 14, 2009

Virginia General Assembly - Legislative Information System - Property Owners' Association Act

Don't let Isabel's bruises turn into Virginia's fire scars. The Virginia Department of Forestry (VDOF) Received a $583,500.00 Grant for a Wildfire Prevention Campaign. The dangers from Isabel may not be over ....

"Firewise Communities for Virginia" flyer from VA Department of Forestry - This flyer is about how to protect your home and community from the dangers of fire.  Addition information is available at http://www.dof.virginia.gov/fire/firewise-index.shtml or http://www.firewisevirginia.gov or http://www.firewise.org

Information about money for mitigation.  Communities in the wildland/urban interface (WUI) can take positive measures to reduce, or mitigate, potential threats from wildfire. Firewise Virginia offers new opportunities to help these communities and their landowners.

Things you can do to protect your home from fire danger.

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