Welcome to Ashburn Village!
Ashburn Village Community Association, Inc. is one of the largest communities in Northern Virginia. Located 30 miles west of Washington, DC. and only minutes from Dulles International Airport as well as the Washington Metro.
The community offers 5552 residential units comprised of single family homes, town homes, condominiums, age-restricted condominiums and town homes, and apartments. Opened in 1988, construction in Ashburn Village is almost complete with just one section of residential development currently under construction and two parcels for commercial / retail construction. When fully built the community will have approximately 2.5 million square feet of planned commercial and office space. Presently a 200,000 square foot retail space, known as the Ashburn Village Center, provides for shopping and services within minutes of all residents.

Ashburn Village features many amenities such as neighborhood community centers with outdoor pools, tennis, basketball, multipurpose courts, and meeting rooms, 8 playgrounds, 50 miles of trails, baseball and soccer fields, a fit trail, over 500 acres of open outdoor space, as well as 8 lakes and ponds for catch and release fishing and canoeing. 
Ashburn Village Community Association's most unique amenity is the The Sports Pavilion, which is the center of the community. The facility offers a vast array of programming in Fitness, Aquatics, Tennis, and Youth Activities for the community.  It hosts a Seasonal Outdoor Pool and Marina, Indoor Pool, Steam and Sauna rooms, Racquetball Courts, Full Gymnasium, as well as year round Tennis Courts. The Sports Pavilion is home to  the year round Blue Wave Swim Team and summer AquaJets Swim Team. 
The Association hosts many exciting community events, such as a brilliant display of fireworks on Lake Ashburn in July, VillageFest, H.E.L.P. Wellness Expo, Comedy Night, Fiesta 5K/10K & Fun Run, Kids Triathlon, Halloween Spooktacular, Santa Parade, Shred events, Community Yard Sales, Summer Movie Nights by the Lake, and more.
To view a map of Ashburn Village, click here:  Ashburn Village Community Association Map
Money magazine, a publication of Time, Inc., has named Ashburn the best place to live in Virginia and one of the 50 best places to live in the U.S in 2016.
The magazine cited Ashburn’s many technology jobs, including major employers like Verizon, AOL, and Orbital ATK; the low 3.2 percent unemployment rate; and One Loudoun in naming Ashburn number 22 on its list of best places to live in the United States.

Towing Enforcement
Effective January 13, 2020, the Ashburn Village Community Association, Inc. Policy Resolution NO 2018-0828 Vehicle Parking will be enforced to address safety concerns and violations as identified by the policy. The HOA staff has posted notices and issued violations, but homeowners are still parking illegally and against the established policy and Loudoun County Ordinance 480.105.  
Any vehicle parked improperly will be towed IMMEDIATELY, without notice or warning, at the car owner’s expense.
  • Parking with any portion of the vehicle on the sidewalk.
  • Parking in a manner that any portion of the vehicle extends beyond the end of the driveway and into the street.
  • Parking anywhere on residential lawns or turf area.
  • Parking on AVCA common area.
  • Parking in any manner that impedes normal flow of traffic.
  • Parking in fire lanes or “No Parking” areas.
  • Parking in a manner that blocks the driveway.
​​​To view the Parking Policy and full list of parking restrictions, visit the Ashburn Village website at www.ashburnvillage.org
If your vehicle has been towed, please contact Battlefield Towing at 703-378-0059.
This announcement applies to all residents and guests in Ashburn Village. The notice has been posted to the Ashburn Village website and was also hand delivered to all homeowners on the following streets: Acushnet, Cohasset, Cool Fern, Duryea, Florence, Mossy Brook, Paget, Quiet Walk, Rowley, Shady Glen.
Vehicle Parking Policy
Board of Directors voted on August 28, 2018 to amend the Vehicle Parking Policy.  Effective January 1, 2019, Vehicles parked in open spaces on AVCA property may not be covered at any time.  Vehicles requiring covers must be parked in driveways or reserved parking spaces.  Any vehicle with a cover in an open space will result in an immediate towing.  
Village News
Verizon Changing Out Copper for Fiber
Posted on Oct 23rd, 2019
You may see Verizon crews around Ashburn Village, digging holes and laying wires. Verizon has begun work to replace all it's copper telephone lines with fiber. This change is mandated by Verizon and authorized by the FCC. 
For more information:
Architectural and Environmental Review Committee
Posted on Jun 12th, 2019
Are you interested in volunteering in our community and helping to keep Ashburn Village looking great?
The AVCA is looking for committed individuals to work on the Architectural and Environmental Review committee.
Wildlife Fun Facts Around our Lakes
Posted on Oct 18th, 2018
Ashburn Village is home to many species of wildlife, many of which reside in our lakes and ponds.  
Ashburn Village would like to thank James Pettinelli, a resident of Ashburn Village, for volunteering his time to create fun facts about some of the wildlife in our lakes. 
AER/Covenants News

Thank You to All Homeowners, the Annual Inspections are Complete!

The annual reviews for 2019, Zones 1-7, have been completed. A big thanks to all homeowners for your patience and cooperation during the annual reviews. Many houses and townhouses have been reroofed, shutters have been reattached, siding has been cleaned and landscaping has been refreshed, making our community look updated and keeping Ashburn Village a place where people are proud to live. We’re excited to see residents maintaining their homes and taking pride in their properties, whether you’re living in your home or renting it out.
If you’re new to the Village, for the annual lot-by-lot reviews of each property, we visually inspect all aspects of the exterior of your home and lot. We use the Village Governing Documents, A&E Guidelines and AVCA policies as our guides. A full set of the governing documents is available on the Association's website under Members>Documents & Forms. Some of the common areas that frequently need attention are missing or damaged shutters, siding, trim, rake boards and fence boards. We also look for any modifications not on file. Remember that all exterior modifications must be applied for prior to starting a project. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the AVCA office at 703-723-7910.
Although we’re done with annual reviews until next Spring, you may still spot inspectors in your area through the fall and winter investigating community concerns, looking for curbside violations and inspecting homes for resale purposes. You’ll know we’re with the Association when you see our AVCA shirts, ID badges, and signage on our cars. So keep cutting your grass and putting your trash cans away, and visually inspect the outside of your home for problems on a regular basis. Issues such as loose or damaged shingles on your roof, damaged siding, insect nests, or overgrown trees or shrubbery are best dealt with as they come up, rather than waiting until the Spring.

Lot-By-Lot Order of Inspections:   

Click here for a list of streets by zone.

Zone 1 - Complete
Zone 2 - Complete
Zone 3 - Complete
Zone 4 - Complete
Zone 5 - Complete
Zone 6 - Complete
Zone 7 - Complete

Monthly Newsletter
The Villager is the monthly publication of the Ashburn Village Community Association and is sent to all residents residing in Ashburn Village.  Electronic copies of the current year can be viewed below.  
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