Homeowners' Association



County ordinance states that there should be a minimum 6-foot clearance for tree limbs above public walkways.

Proper trimming of overhanging limbs which obstruct walkway clearance is the responsibility of individual homeowner.

Fairfax County is authorized to trim trees if found in violation of this guideline and they will bill homeowners for the trimming. Violations are to be reported to VDOT or county authorities.

If a tree is on your Prosperity House property, you can cut it down without permission from Fairfax County or the HOA Board.

Some info to consider if a tree falls on your property. 


To see if a tree near you is in a Resource Protected Area, call the Fairfax County Urban Forest Management 703-324-1770

They will look up to see if the tree is in a Conservation Resource Easement or Resource Protected Area

If so, a permit must be issued by the county to remove the tree, even a dead one.

Street Lights and Pot Holes

To help keep the streets in good order, please consider taking action if you see street lights in need of repair or potholes.  For the roads in particular, the Association has an outstanding request to repave the community, but we've been told that everyone in Prosperity Heights should call and put in a service request for them to be prioritized.  Each person will get a number for their complaint.  The VDOT committee reviewing these issues is sure to notice if they have many complaints about the same roads.

Potholes and Repaving

Report a Pothole Contact Customer Service Center, Virginia Department of Transportation



Street Lights

Non-Functioning Street Light Contact DOMINION VIRGINIA POWER (with the pole number located directly on the streetlight pole)

Phone 866-366-4357



Call the Fairfax County Department of Public Safety Communications Non-Emergency Phone Number (703) 691-2131 for any general calls related to the police or fire departments that do not pertain to a life-threatening emergency.

Examples of non-emergency calls include:

- Noise complaints

Click the link for details on the Fairfax County Noise Ordinance --> Fairfax County Noise Ordinance - Updated 2016

- Non-violent disputes between neighbors

- Property damage vehicle accidents not causing a hazard to the flow of traffic

- Leash law violations

- Assistance resolving disagreements involving no crime or violence


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