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IMPORTANT: Cul-de-sac parking at the end of Greenberry Lane is for guests only and is limited to 24 hours!

Rules and Regulations

Updated February 2021

All properties within Evergreen Heights are subject to the Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions as recorded at Fairfax County, Deed Book 3431, Page 610.

Exterior Property Changes

All exterior changes must be in compliance with the Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions, and any changes must have the prior approval of the Association. All requests, plans and necessary permits will be submitted through the Architectural Committee. Please contact Sharon Kash at 571-239-8014.

Maintenance and Renovations

Maintenance (including exterior painting and gutter cleaning/repair) is the responsibility of the owner. Homeowners obtain painters, and Williamsburg colors are to be used. Storm doors must be the same color as the house door and must be painted if necessary. Any changes in color must have prior approval from the Architectural Committee.

The front lawns and common areas are mowed and maintained by the Association. On a regular basis, front shrubbery is trimmed. If a homeowner does not want shrubs trimmed by the landscaping service, it is the homeowners responsibility to notify the Board of Directors.

The Association contracts for snow removal and sanding of Greenberry Lane. It is the responsibility of individual homeowners to clear sidewalks and entrances to their homes immediately following a storm.

Trash and Recycling

Trash is picked up on Tuesday and Friday including holidays (except Christmas and New Year's Day) and must be placed in designated areas near lamp posts in plastic bags or garbage cans. Hedge and tree trimmings must be cut to four-foot lengths, tied in bundles or bagged. It is to be placed out after dark, the night before or on the morning of pickup before 6 a.m. Any cans must be returned immediately by the user to the inside of their rear yard. Trash, garbage or other waste must be kept in sanitary containers between pickups inside the rear yard. Items such as large household appliances will not be picked up unless a call is placed to AAA Recycling and Trash Removal Services (703-818-8222) making arrangements in advance and the additional charge will be billed to the homeowner.

Recyclable items are collected every Wednesday and must be in the designated areas before 6 a.m. Newspapers must be tied in bundles or packed in paper or clear plastic bags. Glass and aluminum are collected at the same time and must be in separate bags. [See Trash and Recycling Rules for more details.]


There are two reserved parking spaces for each home. Parking in the community is restricted to private automobiles. No truck, bus, trailer, boat, commercial vehicle, recreational vehicle or any vehicle over 18 feet is allowed to be parked overnight in the community. Also, vehicle repairs are not to be performed in the community, as this is restricted by the Covenants. No parking is permitted at any time in areas specifically marked "No Parking". Unauthorized or illegally parked vehicles (includes those with expired/missing tags, not valid inspection or county sticker) will be towed at the owner's expense without advance notice. [See Parking Rules for more details.]

Parking, ownership of pets and other activities within the community are regulated by the Covenants (received by new homeowners from the EHCA). Please take time to read them carefully for specific details on restricted activities.


Baby carriages, bicycles and other articles of personal property such as toys are to be stored in rear yards, not in front of homes.


Our Neighborhood Watch Committee cooperates with the Fairfax County Police to protect the community against burglaries and other crimes. If you see or hear any suspicious activity, call the Fairfax County Police non-emergency number (703-691-2131). If you suspect a crime is actually in progress — for example when you see or hear someone breaking a window — call the police emergency number (911). Tell the police you are calling for Evergreen Heights Community Watch.

There is no "tot lot" or designed play area within the Association area. Children playing within the community must be properly supervised to ensure their safety. Vehicles traveling through the community do not anticipate children running out in the street to retrieve balls, toys, etc.

Quarterly Assessments

Quarterly assessments may be hand-delivered to the Treasurer's home or mailed to EHCA, P.O. Box 1238, Annandale, VA 22003. The current fee is $255 per quarter, due on the first of January, April, July and October. Late charges are levied when the payments are more than 15 days overdue.