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CW National Night Out

July 20, 2019 at 12:52 pm

What is it? NNO is designed to heighten crime and drug prevention awareness, and strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships. Come out and meet other residents of our community, buy an ice-cream, jiggle and sway to some DJ music. Don’t dress up; come as you are!

When? Tuesday, August 6(always the first Tuesday evening in August) from 7 p.m. – 9 p.m.

Where? The Canterbury Woods pool parking lot, 5101 Southampton Drive (you do NOT have to be a pool member to attend)

What else? The Fairfax County police will come by our location to say hi and Supervisor Cook is invited to drop in as well. Other than that, it is just a casual, no-pressure way to get to know some other nice residents in our community.  Children are welcome of course!

Is there more? Attendance is FREE, but we have hired an ice cream truck for the event so bring a bit of money for a treat or two. 

Don’t forget … dues!

July 8, 2019 at 7:46 pm

Did you pay your CWCA dues yet? Only $30.

 The CWCA Gazette was mailed to each home in CW in April and among the helpful info and announcements was an envelope for your $30.00 annual dues. If you haven’t gotten around to paying your dues and no longer have the envelope, NO PROBLEM! 

 *Use PayPal. It’s right on this page!

*Don’t want to use PayPal? Write a check made out to CWCA (or use cash) and drop it off or snail mail it to Dues Chairperson Lanee Reuther, 4904 N. Centaurs Court, Annandale, VA 22003.

            NOTE: Whether you are a renter or a homeowner, you benefit from the efforts of the many volunteers who give their time to the CWCA . Even if you never attend a social event sponsored by the CWCA, our community is made more attractive by the fact that we host such events. All residents also receive our newsletters, get a directory booklet, and have access to our website. In addition, periodically we have house numbers painted on the curbs in front of each home. For a more complete understanding of what the CWCA does for you, you could attend the annual meeting OR contact one of the present Board members (see this website or the newsletter for names.) 

Board Adopts Supervisor Cook’s Motion to Investigate American Disposal Services

May 22, 2019 at 1:44 pm
At yesterday’s Board of Supervisors meeting the Board adopted a motion directing the County Attorney to investigate the actions of American Disposal Services under the Virginia Consumer Protection Act.  American has failed to meet its contractual obligations to individuals and home owners associations around the county, resulting in hundreds of complaints for missed trash pick ups. The motion directs the county attorney to seek business records or other information to see whether American violated the law by contracting to provide services, often after under-bidding competitors, and then being unable to deliver what it promised. Under the unanimously passed motion, the county will request production of documents by June 14 and the county attorney will brief the Board at its June 25th meeting.
The county continues to monitor missed trash pick-ups by ADS and other carriers. If you continue to have missed trash pick-ups, please report them to trashmail@fairfaxcounty.gov or call 703-324-5230.

ADS Bulk Trash Pickup 18 May — Items curbside by 6am

May 16, 2019 at 10:34 am

Canterbury Woods residents who have ADS as their trash provider will have a Bulk Trash pickup on the 18th of May. Your max of three items need to be curbside by 6am.

Acceptable items:

Mattresses, dressers, tables, sofa, couch, recliner, chair, cabinet, outdoor furniture, lawnmower (no oil/gas), grill (no propane tanks), doors, dishwasher, microwave, washer, dryer.


Hazardous materials, paint, liquids, fluorescent bulbs, construction debris, yard waste(grass, tree branches, mulch, landscaping materials, etc.), carpet, carpet padding, AC units, refrigerators, freezers, soil, stone, marble, small trash items that can go in regular trash, televisions, tires, computers, computer monitors, DVD players, circuit boards, any appliances that are not specifically listed on the acceptable items list.

If you have Republic as your provider and you take something to the curb and ADS doesn’t pick it up, be prepared to take it to the trash yourself or return it to your property. If you don’t have your items out by 6am and the items don’t get picked up, please don’t call ADS or the CWCA to get someone to pickup your items. If your items were out by 6am and the truck goes by and doesn’t pickup your items please call ADS. This is our only Bulk trash pickup for the year, so use it wisely!