Cascades Community Association

Cascades Community Association Cascades Community Association is a 2,500 acre planned community with 6,500 homes elegantly arranged adjacent to the Potomac River in Northern Virginia.

Welcome to the Cascades Community Association page. Cascades is a 2,500 acre planned community with 6,500 homes along the Potomac River north of Route 7. It received the "Finest for Family Living" award for 1993 and 1994 and the Best Large Association Award in 2002. Five community centers, 5 swimming pools of which one has designated hours exclusively for lap lane swimming, 15 tennis courts of which 4 have lights, 10 multipurpose courts, 25 tot lots, a bocce court and a soccer field. Riverfront access to the Potomac River along with a boat launch, 18 hole golf course, mini golf, rental cabins, and picnic area is available at Algonkian Regional Park.

FYI… Route 7 Eastbound road closure information from LCSO
02/14/2020

FYI… Route 7 Eastbound road closure information from LCSO

Traffic Advisory (update):

Route 7 EB between Potomac View Road and Bartholomew is expected to be closed for the next few hours due to the gas leak. LCSO is on scene directing traffic. Please avoid the area and use an alternate route.

✅ As a reminder, our office will be closed on Monday, February 17th for the Presidents' Day Holiday.✅ Regular trash coll...
02/14/2020

✅ As a reminder, our office will be closed on Monday, February 17th for the Presidents' Day Holiday.

✅ Regular trash collection will occur on Monday.

✅ We hope you have an enjoyable holiday weekend.

🏎 Last month, LSCO patrolled Lowes Island Blvd and clocked speed as high as 72 mph and an average speed near 50 mph.⚠️Th...
02/13/2020

🏎 Last month, LSCO patrolled Lowes Island Blvd and clocked speed as high as 72 mph and an average speed near 50 mph.

⚠️The posted speed limit on Lowes Island Blvd is 35 mph.

🚸 Additionally there is a posted school zone with reduced speeds enforced when the lights on the school zone sign are flashing. Speeding in residential areas will result in an additional $200 fine.

🛑 Please be mindful of pedestrians.

Missed Pick Up?♻️  If your residence has been missed in trash/recycling collection  contact American Disposal Services o...
02/12/2020

Missed Pick Up?

♻️ If your residence has been missed in trash/recycling collection contact American Disposal Services or the Cascades Management office AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. If ADS is alerted promptly, they may potentially call a truck to come back and collect your trash/recycling.

♻️Trash and Recycle Bins are required to be placed at the curb by 7am
for pick-up. It may help to place bins at the curb the night before collection days.

♻️ Hazardous waste items such as paint, fluorescent light bulbs and gas
containers will not be collected under any exception.

♻️ Large, bulk items require a special pick-up that must be scheduled 24
hours in advance. If a bulk item is not scheduled it will not be picked up.

02/12/2020

Notice regarding mail theft from LCSO:

On the morning of Monday, Feb. 10, 2020 a dark gray SUV was seen pulling up to mailboxes in the 47000 block of Saulty Dr. and the 47000 block of Tupelo Ct. taking the mail from the mailboxes. The occupants of the SUV were apparently stopping at mailboxes that had their red flag up on their mailbox indicating that they had outgoing mail.

The SUV had a DC tag #FT-5913. It also had a green circular sticker near the door on the passenger side of the car.

Postal Inspector Palmer asked that anyone who lives on Saulty Dr., Tupelo Ct., Swan Creek, Brawner Pl., or nearby areas who might have had outgoing mail in their mailbox on 2-10-2020 to contact him at his toll free number 877-876-2455 or at his e-mail [email protected] if they think that they might have mail missing.

Inspector Palmer also asked if anyone who has a ring camera that might have captured the SUV on their surveillance video to please contact him.

Also, you can call Deputy Shenouda at 704-777-1021 at the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office.

Come meet some neighbors! 👋Open to any member of CCA older than 50. Meetings held at 6:30 on the 3rd Tuesday of every mo...
02/11/2020

Come meet some neighbors! 👋

Open to any member of CCA older than 50.

Meetings held at 6:30 on the 3rd Tuesday of every month at the Stonehouse.

Meetings consist of a potluck dinner, a raffle, and discussion about our happenings.

For more information, please see page 11 of the February Cascades Current 📖

Legum & Norman, Cascades Community Association Managing Agent, offers four options for assessment payments:1️⃣ Direct De...
02/07/2020

Legum & Norman, Cascades Community Association Managing Agent, offers four options for assessment payments:

1️⃣ Direct Debit
2️⃣ On-line Banking/Bill Payer service
3️⃣ Payment by Credit Card or E-Check through the L&N website
4️⃣ Payment by check using a statement

Here is an overview of the direct debit payment method:

Assessments may be deducted from your bank account automatically each month using an Automated Clearing House (ACH) transaction (Direct Debit). The automated bank draft method of payment saves the homeowner the time required to complete a paper transaction and it avoids late or missed payments. The direct debit payment method is secure, and there is no charge to the homeowner for signing up and using Direct Debit through Legum & Norman.

Here are the steps to register for direct debit payment:

1️⃣ Download the form online or pick up a copy from the management office. Additionally, forms are also available in the February issue of the Cascades Current on page 12.

2️⃣ Complete the form with your banking and homeowner information.

3️⃣ Scan and email back with a voided check to [email protected].

➡️ Or - return by mail:

Complete and send form and a voided check to the following address: Associa, 1225 Alma Rd., Suite 100 Richardson, Texas 75081

➡️ Or – return the completed form to the management office.

Contact the management office for any questions regarding direct debit payment.

Yard Waste Collection Reminders...🌱Please place grass clippings and leaves in rolled-up bags OR unbagged in a personal c...
02/05/2020

Yard Waste Collection Reminders...

🌱Please place grass clippings and leaves in rolled-up bags OR unbagged in a personal container clearly marked as “Yard Waste”.

🌱Tree limbs or brush should be bundled. Limbs can be no longer than
4 feet in length, 3 inches thick in diameter, and should not exceed 50 pounds.

🌱ADS will collect up to 10 bags of yard waste per customer during each yard waste pick up.

🌱 Rocks, concrete, dirt, sod, tree stumps and mulch are not accepted
for yard waste pickup.

💦 Please be aware that the water fountain outside the Westlakes gym is broken beyond the point of repair and awaiting re...
02/04/2020

💦 Please be aware that the water fountain outside the Westlakes gym is broken beyond the point of repair and awaiting replacement.

💦 Arrangements have been made to replace the unit with a new fountain equipped with a cooler, filter, and bottle filler. The new fountain will be installed as soon as it is received.

💦 We thank you for your cooperation and appreciate your patience during this time.

Be sure to check out this month's Keeping Current (in your mailboxes now!). It is also accessible by visiting this link:...
02/04/2020

Be sure to check out this month's Keeping Current (in your mailboxes now!). It is also accessible by visiting this link: https://bit.ly/31y7P5D

This month's issue features...
❤️ Recap of the January Board Meeting
❤️ Quarterly Coffee Date
❤️ Census Information
❤️ Speeding concerns in our community
❤️ Bulk/ Waste pickup
❤️ and more!

🚛 Approved contractor parking at Quarterpath Trace Community Center🚛 As you may be aware, there is a substantial constru...
01/31/2020

🚛 Approved contractor parking at Quarterpath Trace Community Center

🚛 As you may be aware, there is a substantial construction project beginning at the Falcons Landing Retirement Community on Algonkian Parkway across from the Quarterpath Trace Community Center.

🚛 A request was made by one of the electrical contractors working on the project to use a small portion of the community center parking lot for staff vehicle parking during the project. The Cascades Board of Directors agreed to allow a limited number of vehicles to park in the back portion of the parking lot from now through the Spring time, ending before the pools open.

🚛 Please do not be alarmed if you see more vehicles parked in the parking lot than usual over the coming months.

🚛 Please do not hesitate to contact management if you see any issues or have any concerns.

❄️ Just another reminder about our community's Snow Plowing Procedures. For more details about our procedures, and a lis...
01/30/2020

❄️ Just another reminder about our community's Snow Plowing Procedures. For more details about our procedures, and a list of CCA maintained streets vs. VDOT maintained streets. please see the Cascades Current. Thank you!

♻️ We appreciate your effort to recycle, but its important to recycle correctly! Recycling carts, bins, and dumpsters ge...
01/29/2020

♻️ We appreciate your effort to recycle, but its important to recycle correctly! Recycling carts, bins, and dumpsters get filled with non-recyclable items every day. When recycling gets contaminated, it can’t be used to make new products. A single contaminated item can lead to entire containers becoming contaminated.

♻️ Items that are commonly placed in recycling that don’t belong include: Styrofoam, Diapers, plastic bags, Syringes, Lights Bulbs, batteries, hoses & cords, shredded paper, textiles (clothing), hazardous and e-waste, ceramics, plastic and wire hangers, and auto parts.

♻️ All recyclable items should be free of food residue before placing in your bin, and rinsed if necessary.

♻️ For a full list of recyclable items visit: https://americandisposal.com

ℹ️ Our Community offers use of the Town Square App as a way to receive Community updates and offer residents the ability...
01/28/2020

ℹ️ Our Community offers use of the Town Square App as a way to receive Community updates and offer residents the ability to submit requests and work orders electronically.

ℹ️ It provides a platform to stay connected and informed in the Community.

ℹ️ Additionally, the Community plans to incorporate Town Square as a regular platform of communication,

If you're not already registered on Town Square, go to:

➡️ http://app.townsq.io/login

In order to register you need your account number, zip code, and last name. You can call the Cascades office if you need your account number.

Please note: Loudoun Commissioner of the Revenue Robert S. Wertz Jr. recently mailed notification of 2020 personal prope...
01/27/2020
Commissioner of the Revenue Online Services

Please note:

Loudoun Commissioner of the Revenue Robert S. Wertz Jr. recently mailed notification of 2020 personal property filing requirements to all vehicle owners currently on the county’s tax rolls. Personal property includes automobiles, trucks, motorcycles, campers, trailers, boats, motorhomes, aircraft, and mobile homes. This week, residents will begin receiving notices in the mail with an account number and instructions that they will use to review and update their personal property tax records for the 2020 tax year. The online process allows citizens to review and update information on the more than 369,000 vehicles now located in the county. Beginning January 1, 2020, citizens can access their personal property information online at loudoun.gov/efile, utilizing their tax identification number, mailing address ZIP code and unique account number which is displayed on the notice.

Residents should report corrections, an address change, the sale or disposal of a vehicle, or unusually high mileage as well as unrepaired body damage or serious mechanical defect since these factors may affect the property’s valuation or the number of months a vehicle is taxed in the county. The Commissioner requests that all changes be submitted by February 3, 2020, to assist in establishing accurate assessments for the 2020 tax year.

To avoid late filing penalties, newly acquired vehicles or those recently entering Loudoun County must be reported to the Commissioner of the Revenue within 60 days of purchase or move to Loudoun County or one of Loudoun County’s incorporated towns.

Under a new Loudoun County ordinance, as of January 1, 2020, owners of vehicles displaying out-of-state license plates who are not otherwise exempt from obtaining Virginia license plates will be charged an additional annual license fee of $100. A $250 penalty may also be imposed on owners of vehicles that are not registered with the Department of Motor Vehicles within 60 days of the owner having established residency in Virginia. Questions or concerns about unregistered or non-compliant vehicles maybe directed to the Office of the Commissioner of the Revenue.

For more information or filing assistance, visit loudoun.gov/cor, email the Office of the Commissioner of the Revenue or call 703-777-0260. Residents may also stop by the Leesburg office in the Loudoun County Government Center at 1 Harrison Street SE or the Sterling office at 21641 Ridgetop Circle. Regular office hours are weekdays from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

https://www.loudoun.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=5411

If the physical location of the business has moved within Loudoun County, please contact our Business Tax office at [email protected] or call 703-777-0260 to update the account information.

ATTENTION: Due to the ongoing conversation and concerns regarding the Quarterpath pickleball court, the Board of Directo...
01/24/2020

ATTENTION: Due to the ongoing conversation and concerns regarding the Quarterpath pickleball court, the Board of Directors made a motion at the January 23 Board Meeting to close the courts until further notice. Your cooperation is appreciated as the Board continues to work with the community to reach an amicable solution.

The Board of Directors recognizes the demand for pickleball, and the value that the game brings to the community. The Board is committed to the development of the community, including amenities for residents to enjoy such as a pickleball court.

If you have any questions please contact the Management Office at (703) 406-0820

✅ Weekly Tip: Bulk/Special Waste pick-ups should be scheduled at least 24 hours in advance, and bulk item pick-ups are s...
01/23/2020

✅ Weekly Tip: Bulk/Special Waste pick-ups should be scheduled at least 24 hours in advance, and bulk item pick-ups are scheduled on Thursdays. Call American Disposal Services to inform them of your request. A representative will get the pick-up scheduled and inform homeowners of any necessary
preparation for collection.

American Disposal Services: 703-368-0500

✅ The Census is hiring... see post below from Loudoun County Government.
01/21/2020

✅ The Census is hiring... see post below from Loudoun County Government.

Looking for a flexible, part-time position? The U.S. Census Bureau is looking for census enumerators. The #Loudoun Workforce Resource Center is hosting several census recruitment events over the next several weeks, including at the Loudoun Job Fair January 29, 2020. Find out more about census job opportunities at loudoun.gov/census.

Reminder: Office is Closed Today.
01/20/2020

Reminder: Office is Closed Today.

Reminder: there is regular trash pickup tomorrow for all homes.
01/20/2020

Reminder: there is regular trash pickup tomorrow for all homes.

✅There is regular trash pickup on Monday, January 20th.

✅ However, the CCA Management Office will be closed on Monday for the holiday.

Thank you!

✅There is regular trash pickup  on Monday, January 20th.✅ However, the CCA Management Office will be closed on Monday fo...
01/17/2020

✅There is regular trash pickup on Monday, January 20th.

✅ However, the CCA Management Office will be closed on Monday for the holiday.

Thank you!

🥎Curious about the proposed changes regarding the Tennis and Pickleball Courts? 🤔Read about them on page 7 in the Januar...
01/16/2020

🥎Curious about the proposed changes regarding the Tennis and Pickleball Courts? 🤔
Read about them on page 7 in the January "Cascades Current"

➡️ Online version available here:
https://bit.ly/30ucuoE

➡️ Glass food and beverage containers continue to be recycled in Cascades.⬅️♻️ Before being recycled, all glass containe...
01/15/2020

➡️ Glass food and beverage containers continue to be recycled in Cascades.⬅️

♻️ Before being recycled, all glass containers should be empty and relatively clean, with little or no food residue or liquids, and should be placed loosely in the recycling bin, not in plastic bags. Rinse bottles and jars to remove food waste.
Remove lids from jars and bottles.

♻️ Taking these steps will help reduce the contamination.

♻️ Other types of glass such as windows, mirrors, or plates should not be included in curbside recycling.

The online County of Loudoun Evacuation Assistance Registry (CLEAR) is moving to a new platform, making it necessary for...
01/13/2020

The online County of Loudoun Evacuation Assistance Registry (CLEAR) is moving to a new platform, making it necessary for anyone currently using the system to re-register and update their information by February 29, 2020.

CLEAR is a secure, voluntary registry designed to help individuals with disabilities who live or work in Loudoun County. The information in the registry is used by the Loudoun County Office of Emergency Management in planning and coordinating evacuation assistance for individuals with disabilities.

Anyone who lives or works in Loudoun County who has a mobility, hearing or vision impairment; mental illness, cognitive disability or other disabilities or medical needs, and who requires assistance to safely evacuate during an emergency is eligible for the registry. In addition to someone with a long-term disability, the registry is also available for someone who would have difficulty evacuating due to a broken leg or other temporary situation.

The information registered with CLEAR is available only to authorized emergency personnel for the county’s planning, response and recovery efforts in an emergency requiring evacuation, such as flooding, hurricanes or hazardous material spills and gas leaks.

More information, including a link to register on the new system, is available at https://www.loudoun.gov/748/Evacuation-Assistance-Registry

Users of #Loudoun County’s online evacuation assistance registry are being asked to re-register as the system moves to a new platform. The registry is used to help individuals with disabilities who live or work in Loudoun County in the event of an evacuation. Details here: loudoun.gov/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=5431

🎅💡🏠 Please note as per the Architectural Design Standards all seasonal holiday decorations must be removed within thirty...
01/10/2020

🎅💡🏠 Please note as per the Architectural Design Standards all seasonal holiday decorations must be removed within thirty days from the date of the celebrated holiday. Thank you!

Reminder: Final Christmas Tree Pickup is TODAY! 🎄
01/09/2020

Reminder: Final Christmas Tree Pickup is TODAY! 🎄

♻️ Recycling Tip: Please do not put plastic bags into your recycle bin!♻️ Plastic bags cause equipment jamming issues at...
01/08/2020

♻️ Recycling Tip: Please do not put plastic bags into your recycle bin!

♻️ Plastic bags cause equipment jamming issues at recycling sorting facilities, which also includes any plastic bags used for carrying out the recyclables.

♻️ Place all recyclables loosely in recycling bins or totes.

♻️ Plastic grocery bags should be returned to grocery stores and other participating locations for recycling.

Thank you!

01/07/2020

Due to inclement weather, our office will be closing at 1pm. We will reopen at our normal business hours tomorrow.
Stay safe!

Reminder: The final Christmas Tree Pickup is this THURSDAY, January 9th! 🎄🎄🎄
01/07/2020

Reminder: The final Christmas Tree Pickup is this THURSDAY, January 9th! 🎄🎄🎄

The January Cascades Current has been mailed and uploaded on our website. Be sure to read it for important updates regar...
01/06/2020

The January Cascades Current has been mailed and uploaded on our website. Be sure to read it for important updates regarding:

☃️ Snow Plowing Procedures
☃️ Trash and Recycle Update
☃️ December's Town Hall Meeting Info
☃️ Town Square Info
☃️ Christmas Tree Disposal

.... and more!
➡️ https://bit.ly/35pRMXD

Reminder: trash pickup today for both townhomes AND single family homes!
01/06/2020

Reminder: trash pickup today for both townhomes AND single family homes!

📣Beginning Monday, January 6th, single family homes will resume twice a week garbage collection.

🗑🌿Trash and yard waste will be collected Monday.

🗑♻️Trash and recycling will be collected Thursday.

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47620 Saulty Dr
Potomac Falls, VA
20165

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Monday 08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00

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(703) 406-0820

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Attentions Crafters! The Claude Moore Park Fall Festival is now accepting applications for our annual event on Saturday, September 19, 2020. Interested? Call us at 571-258-3700 or email us at [email protected] for more information or register at www.loudoun.gov/claudemoorepark
Registration for Claude Moore Park's spring series of Homeschool Science and Nature Classes opens for Loudoun residents on Thursday, February 13, 2020. If you have a student at home who loves the outdoors and learning about nature, you can find out more information and register at www.loudoun.gov/webtrac. Classes are available for ages 5-12. Choose either the 10-11:30 am or 12:30-2 pm time slot. Classes are on Tuesdays running from March 3 through April 21. Fee includes admission ($54) to our spring Ecology Day on 4/28 also. Call 571-258-3700 for more information.
The GREAT DINO HUNT & Campfire at Claude Moore Park is only a few days away! Be sure to register by Thursday, 1/23/2020 if you plan to attend (minimum participants needed for program to run). Great imaginative fun for kids and parents; $5 each. Register for event #261-723 at www.loudoun.gov/webtrac Call 571-258-3700 for more information.
Join us at Claude Moore Park in Sterling for Marshmallow Madness on Friday, 12/27 from 1-2:30 pm! At this fun, free family event, build marshmallow creations to roast over a campfire. Historic Lanesville house and our Frogshackle Nature Center cabin will also be open. In the event of inclement weather, the event is cancelled. Call 571-258-3700 for more information.
Ravel Dance Studio will perform a magical Nutcracker on Dec. 15th at 4:00 p.m. on the Dominion High School stage TICKETS: http://tututix.com/raveldance
Looking for a fun crafting activity to do with your child? Join us at Claude Moore Park for our WINTER GIFT WORKSHOP on Saturday, December 14 from 3:30-5 pm; $5, ages 4 & up. Pre-registration required; adult chaperone free. Register at www.loudoun.gov/webtrac for activity 26172 . Questions? Call 571-258-3700
Anyone seen the trash truck in their townhome neighborhoods this afternoon. Spoke to the HOA office that we haven’t had service today. Should I pull it back in or will it be picked up tomorrow???
Claude Moore Park's annual Holiday in the Park is just around the corner! We'd love to see you there for this free fun family event! Call 571-258-3700 for more information.
My name is Bill Incatasciato, and I am the admin for my page “Loudoun Christmas Lights,” My family and I love Christmas Lights and enjoy driving around the area to see the wonderful displays that other people set up. Unfortunately, I could never find a reliable listing of Christmas Light displays in Loudoun County, so I decided to create a comprehensive list of large and creative displays three years ago. I wanted to help other people find local Christmas displays in Loudoun County and to provide a platform for those who do large and/or cool displays to show them off to others. This page is intended for people in Loudoun County (and maybe really close by) to post their homes so that others may find them and appreciate the cheer they have created on their properties. This is the third year that I have been doing this, and hope that it continues to grow and become a valuable resource for our community. I ask that you help in one or all of the following ways: • Like/follow and share my page with others. • Send me photos and locations of Christmas light displays so I can post onto the page. It doesn’t have to be just your house. I do believe we should share the joy that others create. • Visit the displays and enjoy the effort that was put into them. When posting a picture, please include an address, hours, (if applicable), any restrictions/limitations (i.e. no head lights, don't block driveways, accepting donations, etc…,) and any other commentary. Please note, this a family friendly site, and I will review each submission prior to posting. Thanks for helping light up Loudoun County for the holidays! https://www.facebook.com/LoudounChristmasLights/
The HOA is proposing a dog park in Cascades next to the Stonehouse pool. Most homes in Cascades were not notified of this plan. Letters were sent to some homes about a special HOA meeting which took place last night. Here are some facts about the project from the HOA special meeting: 1. The project is very close to homes off of Cutwater Pl. and off of Hampshire station. It’s only 360 feet from the closet home. Its less than 360 feet from Cascades KinderCare. 2. The proposed dog park will take up half of the parking lot adjacent to cascades pool. It’s directly adjacent to the pool and tennis courts. If you enjoy a leisurely swim and a quiet game of tennis, this project will impact your enjoyment of the amenities. 3. Residents of the surrounding streets expressed concerns about noise, parking and liability at the oct 10 meeting. Noise from the pool can already be heard throughout the neighboring streets. There are concerns about breaking county noise ordinances and disrupting the lives of those who live in the surrounding neighborhood. 4. The improvement is only being voted on by 9 board members. 3 members are up for election in November. The improvement will NOT be voted on by community members. 5. The estimated cost that was discussed at last night’s meeting is $75-100k. 6. Residents asked what else we can do with the land and funds. Ideas included picnic tables and grill area, pickleball courts, and bocce ball. 7. A volleyball court is proposed in the location as well. Homeowners are less concerned with human voices than the sound of many dogs. 8. Other concerns included dog waste removal. The HOA has already failed us on trash pickup so there are concerns around dog waste at a park being removed. 9. Homeowners who are opposed to the location asked about alternative locations in the HOA or surrounding county. There is a dog park being built by Loudoun county only 10 minutes away. Homeowners suggested we petition the county to get some funding for a dog park at Claude Moore Park. 10. In 2014, supervisor Suzanne Volpe pushed an ordinance update to allow dog parks in HOA communities. The ordinance has very little zoning rules around dog parks leaving much of the decision to the HOA. Have concerns about the dog park? Join the discussion on Facebook and attend the upcoming board election and meetings.
I'd like to ask, why are there draconian restrictions for window AC units, and its also just for aesthetics. I think this is absolutely fascistic and infringes on our freedom of speech and expression, also, I feel that it has a tinge of Chinese Paternalistic instict, which I feel like is absolutely unbearable
There are multiple cars parking on Riverwood Terrace (in Potomac Terrace 2) that live in the apartments across Potomac View. One of those people has become very aggressive when we call him out (to the point that I have added extra security cameras in front of my house and my wife is happy that I carry a gun when we swap cars around when she gets home). Parking is a huge problem here and I have spoken to several people looking at houses for sale (I'm a high school teacher so I'm often outside during the summer) and the biggest complaint I hear from people is the lack of parking. This will eventually impact our property values. Despite our efforts and complaints for over a decade, nothing has happened to solve this problem. The first time, Martha torpedoed our efforts and the second time, the western half of the neighborhood complained because the issue hasn't impacted them (yet). Is there anything new you can do to help us or should we continue to have our spots taken by people who live across the street?