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We have a beautiful neighborhood, and it's great to see so many people out each day on the sidewalks, getting exercise or just enjoying a relaxing stroll. It has come to our attention, however, that there are obstacles extending onto the sidewalks that make it difficult for parents pushing strollers, elderly residents, and others to maneuver around.  

Please take a look at your sidewalks and trim trees and shrubs over and near them to allow ease of use. Above ground-level clearance of 6-feet is a minimum standard for growth extending over sidewalks.

re: Signage in Common Areas

As per the HOA Board vote of November 3, 2021:

For now, until further discussion, no signs will be allowed on common areas in the neighborhood except those recognizing neighborhood graduates and notices of board meetings.

Addendum: resolution voted by the HOA Board on January 11, 2022:

If anything is put in the common area that is not approved by the Board, the Board will use all official Board channels to contact the homeowners to ask for the item to be removed within 72 hours. If it is not removed by the individual who placed it, the Board will remove the item and store it. Homeowners can reach out to the Board to retrieve their property.

Thank you!


Prosperity Heights is a Community Parking District encompassing 208 single family homes in Northern Virginia. The homes in Prosperity Heights were built in the late 1970s, early 1980s.

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