Welcome to Newington Community Association!

LATEST NEWS / COMMUNITY EVENTS:

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The May 2022 Newsletter is now available online. Important reminders from this issue:

  • REMINDER: Maintenance Committee Meeting – Wednesday, May 11, 7pm – NCA Pool House – John Nolan Meeting Room
  • Community Shred Event & Junk Drop – Saturday, May 21 – 10am-Noon – NCA Pool Parking Lot (refer to page 3 of May newsletter for details)
  • Pool Opens Saturday, May 28 at 11am

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POOL PASS PICK-UP SCHEDULE

Starting May 19, 2022NCA pool passes can be picked up in the NCA office during normal business hours (Tuesdays 9:30 am – 2:30 pm and Fridays 9:30 am – 5 pm) and the following:

Thursday May 19: 6:00 – 9:00pm
Saturday May 21: 10:00am – 1:00pm

Bring a photo ID to pick-up your pool passes.

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The next Maintenance Committee Meeting will take place at the NCA Pool House at 7pm on Wednesday, May 25.
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NCA Neighborhood Crime Watch Program 

The Neighborhood Watch Program is being restarted. Through the training that was received, we discovered that window watching, and foot patrol are valid methods, not just driving through the neighborhood. If foot patrol is your preferred method, it is required to double up with a person. Believe it or not, a pet counts as a partner for foot patrol. Many in the neighborhood may already be doing their share by being alert when they are out and about, so why not be a part of this program? Interested in joining? Send an email to manager@newingtoncommunity.org with your contact information and express your interest. There will be another virtual training held on Wednesday May 18th at 6:30 pm. Registration is required, click on the link below, it will also be posted on the NCA website. 

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fcpd-west-springfield-district-station-neighborhood-watch-training-program-tickets-322623685127 

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TRASH UPDATES

BULK ITEMS: Effective immediately: any bulk items that need to be scheduled for pick-up will be picked up on Tuesdays. To schedule bulk items, call American Disposal at (703) 368-0500. For a list of bulk items, click here.

TUESDAY RECYCLING: American Disposal has informed NCA that in the event Tuesday recycling is not picked up, you may leave your recycling out and American Disposal will come on Wednesday for recycling. If your recycling is picked up as scheduled on Tuesdays, you can disregard this message. This may vary from week to week.

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Summit Management – VANTACA

To access VANTACA Summit’s new database system which allows all homeowners to access to their assessment accounts to see balances and transactions, go to: https://portal.summitmanage.com/home_v2/Login

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Wednesday, June 1, 2022 – 7:00 PM – NCA Board Meeting
RE: Board of Directors meeting

Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android: https://meetings.ringcentral.com/j/1452259182

For the best audio experience, please use computer audio.

Or Telephone:

    Dial: US: +1(646) 357-3664
    Meeting ID: 145 225 9182

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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

  • Newsletter Distribution
  • Recreation Committee
  • Environmental Committee
  • Board Members

About NCA

Newington Community Association was incorporated in January 1972 to “promote the interests of the owners of properties” in the Newington family of communities. There are 609 properties comprising of 524 townhouses and 85 single family homes located in Springfield, Virginia. All of these properties are cradled in the heavily-wooded crescent that lies due east of scenic Pohick Creek, due west of Rolling Road, and due north of the intersection of Rolling Road, Pohick Road, and Alban Road. NCA has two entrances off Rolling Road: the Delong Drive entrance and the Northumberland Road entrance. There are four subdivisions within NCA: Newington Station, Newington Glen, Newington Place, and Woodmere. Newington Station spans both the Delong and the Northumberland entrances and is composed of traditional townhouses. Newington Glen can be reached through the Delong entrance and is composed of contemporary townhouses. Newington Place can be reached through Northumberland Road entrance and is composed of traditional townhouses. Finally, Woodmere can be reached through the Northumberland entrance and is composed of single family homes. To be added to the NCA Email Distribution List please send an email to announcement@newingtoncommunity.org.

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