Now that the snow has ended the big dig out begins. Crews have been in your neighborhood since the snow began, but due to winds and drifting snow much of their efforts are barely noticed. They will continue throughout the day and beyond until roads are passable. Please keep in mind that VDOT roads are not yet clear so ingress and egress to and from the neighborhoods is treacherous. If you venture out please be prepared with a blanket, food & water and a fully charged cell phone in the event you get stuck.
Please stay tuned to the local news for VDOT information. For information regarding VDOT Road conditions please visit http://www.virginiadot.org you can put “snow” in the search feature. They have great information on priorities and procedures and even a map to track plow trucks in your area. During snow plowing we strongly request that you please park in your driveways and garages and that you DO NOT park on the streets, if possible. This will make it easier for crews to clear the streets and minimize any possible damage to cars and/or equipment. We thank you, in advance, for your anticipated understanding & cooperation. Homeowners are responsible for their sidewalks immediately in front of their home per Loudoun County Ordinances.
Associa/CMC continues to monitor snow plowing efforts 24/7 during this time. We expect a high email and call volume and appreciate your patience. Please refrain from sending general business emails and calls during this time. Calls and emails will be monitored and returned throughout the snow plowing process. Please leave the Associa/CMC emergency line (703-631-7200) open for life-threatening or property-damaging emergency calls. You may also call Associa/CMC’s Customer Service Division at 703-631-7200 or email at email@example.com