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Retention Pond Info and Volunteer Request

In January 2021, Fairfax County removed debris from the retention pond on Monarch Lane to allow the water to flow through it as originally planned. However, this work may not fix what has been a recurring problem.

The Board is seeking volunteers to engage with the county on a longer term solution. Please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you can help!

Avoid Getting a Ticket!

Emergency vehicle access throughout our neighborhood requires that all cars parked on the street be positioned parallel to the curb. Regrettably, the design of our many cul-de-sacs makes on-street parking a challenge.

Head-in or perpendicular parking of vehicles in any of our cul-de-sacs can result in a ticket from county police. Thank you for your cooperation to assure full access and turn-around space for emergency equipment throughout our neighborhood.

There are additional parking restrictions in place since we are a community parking district. See the website, here, for details.

Wooded Areas

Many Areas around Prosperity Heights are considered HOA common property.  Please do not dump materials, cut trees, brush, bamboo, or other vegetation.  Clearing paths or making other alterations to the areas can affect the land and surrounding properties.  Contact the HOA board with any concerns about these common properties.  Detailed county maps of the area are found at the Fairfax County website; Search for parcel number 0591 27 (A-J).

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