The Burke Station Citizen’s Association, Incorporated (BSCA) encompasses all homes, both detached and townhouses. The BSCA cares for property and concerns common to all homes in Burke Station Square.
The BSCA collects dues once a year to help pay for the general upkeep of common areas and other general needs for the whole community.
The Burke Townhouse Homeowner’s Association, Incorporated (BTHA) governs the townhouses in Burke Station Square. The BTHA addresses concerns specifically related to the townhouses such as street repair, parking, and common property. The BTHA collects dues quarterly. Townhouse owners are in both the BTHA and the BSCA and must pay dues, fees, and assessments to both the BSCA and BTHA. Townhouse residents with questions or concerns regarding the townhouse areas and guidelines should contact Ken Eiriksson, email@example.com
President, John Medeiros
Vice President, Alison O’Connell
Treasurer, Rachel Lynch
Secretary, Susan Carter
Infrastructure, John Ailes
External Affairs, Juan Masias
Architectural Standards, Patrick Kirby
Homeowners planning to sell their homes, MUST obtain a HOA package from the BSCA. Townhome owners must obtain two HOA packages, one from the BSCA AND one from the BTHA.
For BSCA, contact:
Sequoia Management Company, Inc
Attn: Ryan Courtney
13998 Parkeast Circle
Chantilly, VA 20151
Contact Page for Sequoia Management
Community maintenance issues for townhome areas should be reported directly to East Coast Management. This includes problems with roads, snow removal, sidewalks, parking, trees and streetlights.
Virtually all public roads (interstate, primary and secondary) in Fairfax County are maintained by the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT). Please contact VDOT at 1-800-FOR-ROAD (367-7623), TTY 711, or use VDOT's online work request for information or to request maintenance.
Concrete sidewalks, paved or natural surface trails and pedestrian bridges in Fairfax County, along with their associated steps, handrails, ADA ramps or signs, are maintained by different public agencies and private entities.
To report a maintenance problem or hazards to the responsible agency, use the Walkway Maintenance interactive map to determine maintenance responsibility. Click on the walkway in need of maintenance to view the maintenance information.
For assistance determining maintenance responsibility for a sidewalk, trail or pedestrian bridge, please use the online Walkway Maintenance Request Form or call the Maintenance & Stormwater Management Division at 703-877-2800,
Streetlight outages in the non-town home areas should be reported directly to Dominion Energy:
Call us Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. ET
Within the US: 866-366-4357
Streetlight outages within town home areas should be reported directly to Ken at East Coast Management
The community playground (behind Kara Place) is managed by the Burke Townhome Owner's Association, concerns can be sent to East Coast Management, Eastcoastmgmt@aol.com. Trails are co-managed by BSCA and BTHA depending on the area. Concerns regarding the neighborhood trails may be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The responsibility for hazardous trees on public property generally lies with the agency that owns or maintains the property. To find out who owns the property in Fairfax County, use the Department of Tax Administration ICARE property search or the GIS Jade map application.
A tree that is already down and on the ground is not considered hazardous unless it is blocking a street or road. For public streets and roads call VDOT 1-800-367-7623. For county streets and roads call Maintenance and Stormwater Management 703-877-2800.
The following links contain contact information for hazardous trees on public and private property.
See more here: https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/publicworks/trees/who-to-call
Resident concerns regarding trees in common (non townhome and non-public) areas may be reported to the board for review. Concerns regarding tress in townhome areas should be reported directly to East Coast Management, Eastcoastmgmt@aol.com.
For maintenance of county storm drains, assistance in determining who maintains a storm drain, and questions about storm drainage easements, use the Storm Drainage Problem Report Form or call the Maintenance & Stormwater Management Division at 703-877-2800, TTY 711.
For maintenance of systems in public street rights-of-way (roadside ditches, curb inlets, pipes under the roadway), contact the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) at 1-800-367-7623, TTY 711, or use their online work request form.
Private drainage systems (e.g., driveway culverts/bridges, downspouts, etc.) and ground water are the property owner's responsibility. Drainage directed from gutters, downspouts or other private systems to neighboring properties is a civil matter between the property owners.
Issues with Burke Station Park may be submitted to Fairfax County Parks: https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/contact-us
Wastewater Management protects the public’s health and the region’s water quality by collecting and treating wastewater (sewage-water discharged from homes and businesses through the sanitary sewer system). The system collects and cleans wastewater for residential and business connections in Fairfax County.
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