• Exeter HOA

Exeter Update: March 2020


Board of Directors

March 26, 7 p.m.

Architectural Review Board

March 19, 7 p.m.

Pool Committee

March 6, 4 p.m.

Landscaping Committee

March 8, 10 a.m.

Governing Documents Town Hall

March 12, 7 p.m.

Spring Mailing

Out Now!

All meetings are held at the Exeter Stone Clubhouse, 350 Plaza Street, Leesburg, VA 20176 unless otherwise noted.

*Includes BOD nominations form, pool pass information, governing documents amendment information, and trash can enforcement notices.


Committee Meetings this Weekend

It’s that time of year and our committees are back in session. Want to help get the pool set up and plan updates and improvements? The pool committee meets the first Friday of each month at 4 p.m., that’s today! Have a green thumb, want to help beautify the landscaping, plan playground improvements? Landscaping regularly meets on the first Sunday of each month at 10 a.m., with the first one this Sunday. Join us for a fun experience!

Pool Passes Available

Pool pass applications will be online starting this Tuesday. Make sure to get your pass in before May 1st to ensure you are ready for the pool opening on May 30! If you already have passes, you will only need to renew those passes. All forms are available by calling the Property Manager for a paper form or can be submitted online:

Spring Inspections

As an annual reminder, as we the weather warms up our community comes back to life! People are walking, flowers are blooming, kids are playing, and repairs are being made! Spring inspections will be conducted in late April through June and reinspections will begin immediately after. Please take time out of enjoying this warm weather to make sure your home is cimpliant with all HOA requirements to avoid those pesky violation notices. And have a happy Spring!

Storm Damage Updates and Reminders

As we progress in recovering from the storm, we would like to thank all homeowners for their patience in this process. At this point, the majority of common area trees that fell or were deemed at risk by a certified arborist have been removed and stump grinding is in progress. The Association plans to submit bids for common area repairs to fences and other assets by the end of this month. We hope that homeowners have fared just as well  and are progressing in their repairs. As we approach spring inspections, we would ask any homes that will not be repaired in the next 30 days to please reach out to us to let us know in advance at

Removing Signs

Now that we’ve gotten through the thick of the storm damage and political season, the Association would like to remind residents that no signs are permitted in homeowners yards or in common areas. The only exception are homes that are actively for sale are permitted to have only a single real estate yard sign. No signs are ever permitted to be placed in the public right of way or common area. All common area signs will be removed immediately without notice and violations will be issued for homes with signs that are not allowed.

Storm Damage Assistance

A service is available through the Loudoun Habitat Home Repair Program to help residents restore damage after the storm and potentially assist in paying for it. Loudoun Habitat for Humanity's Home Repair Program covers tasks such as:  exterior painting and material repairs, building or repairing ramps or sheds, building or repairing a porch or deck, gutter repair and cleaning, sidewalk repair, and other necessary accessibility repairs.Please find more information available online here:

Please note, the Association does not endorse, promote, or speak to the veracity of individual services or organizations and homeowners would assume all risk from utilizing such a service.

New Property Manager

Kimberly Rensing is the Exeter HOA Property Manager. She began working with Exeter HOA in a part-time capacity in December 2019 and transitioned to the full-time manager in February 2020. Kimberly has been in Community Management since 2008 with a brief 4 year stay in Ireland, where she lived with her husband, before moving back to Virginia. She has both CMCA and AMS designations and is currently working on obtaining a PCAM designation as well. Kimberly is also a licensed real estate agent. She is a member of the Washington Metropolitan Chapter Community Association Institute and keeps up with current legislation that may affect Community Associations.

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