Lakewood Hills #1 is a quiet community of 258 townhomes located in Springfield, Virginia. Our homes offer a variety of styles while maintaining a colonial influence. Our community is located next to Huntsman Lake, which provides access to fishing, boating activities, and trails. Other amenities, such as playgrounds and a basketball court, make Lakewood Hills an enjoyable place to live.
Situated near the Fairfax County Parkway, our residents have access to I-395, I-95, as well as public transportation options (VRE, Metro rail/bus, commuter lots).
Golden Ball Tavern Court Repaving: September 23 - October 9
VDOT crews have placed “No Parking” signs on the affected sections off the street notifying residents of the specific days parking will be prohibited on Golden Ball Tavern. When work begins,vehicles must be relocated otherwise they will be towed.
Be alert, slow down, and watch for VDOT crews in the active work zones along Golden Ball Tavern. Please know that the work schedule may vary due to weather, unforeseen issues with equipment, material availability, or changes to other schedules. If work is postponed or paused, crews will resume as quickly as possible.
Due to COVID-19, paving crews are social distancing. For everyone’s safety, please do not approach the crew while they are working. Contact the VDOT construction manager, Brian Edwards, at email@example.com if you have questions or concerns about the road work.
Virtual Community Meeting: Tuesday, September 22, at 7:00 PM
The next community meeting will be held online via Zoom! Resident are encouraged to attend this meeting from home. Details to join the meeting will be sent via the newsletter a few hours before the meeting start time. Register for the newsletter.
March 30: HOA Response to COVID-19
Effective immediately, both community playgrounds are closed. The basketball court is open, for now, as long as persons using it can observe proper social distancing guidelines.
COVID-19 Update from American Disposal Services
Effective March 23, ADS is suspending the collection of all bulk items. The Tuesday/Friday collection of waste, recycling, and yard debris and will continue as normal.
Neighborhood Watch volunteers wanted for 2020
The board is looking for volunteers! Neighborhood patrols go out Friday and Saturdays evenings during the summer months. If interested, send an email to the board at firstname.lastname@example.org.