Ashburn Village: Governor Updates
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Governor’s update - Governor Northam Delays Phase One for Northern Virginia LocalitiesGovernor's update - Governor Northam Announces Phase One Guidelines to Slowly Ease Public Health Restrictions (Phase One will begin no sooner than Friday, May 15)Governor's update - Governor Northam Issues Statewide Stay at Home Order (until June 10th)Executive Order 72 (THIRD AMENDED NUMBER SEVENTY-TWO (2021) AND ORDER OF PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY NINE)December 10, 2020: Governor Northam Announces New Mitigation Measures to Slow COVID-19 SpreadForward Virginia Phase 3 goes into effect March 1, 2021.
Ashburn Village: Loudoun County Updates
Ashburn Village: Reminders
chevron_rightAVCA Office Status
A member of our staff here at AVCA office tested positive for COVID-19. Per AVCA protocol, the employee will not be permitted to return to the office until they are symptom-free for at least 10 consecutive days.The office is closed now, while we have the building completely sanitized and disinfected. During this temporary closure of our office, staff will be working from home. Please note that our response time may be slower than usual to your requests.We are aiming to reopen Friday morning.We will alert you via email and our website when the AVCA office has reopened.Thank you for your understanding and patience.
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Friday Updates, closure notices, and other Ashburn Village news, is sent out by email blast. You can sign up online to get the emails, under StayConnected.
- GO TO: www.AshburnVillage.org and click on Stay Connected!
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chevron_rightKeep Your Distance on the Trails
As more people and families are taking to the trails to get some exercise and pass the time, we are noticing that people are not keeping the recommended 6 feet of separation when passing others on the trails. Please practice safe social distancing while outside.
More information on pool re-opening can be found on the Home page.Q: Why is the capacity so low?A: Capacity limits during the crisis have been greatly reduced because of distance requirements. The easy way to explain this, a person standing on the pool deck must have a 10-foot radius without another person. A calculation is done using the square footage of our deck space and the distance needed between residents. This number is lower than our normal capacity limits.Q: What is the capacity of our facilities?A: Phase 3 total capacity allowed, including employees, using 75% capacity and 10 feet of distance.The Indoor pool can have a maximum of 30 people in the indoor area at one time.The tennis bubble can have a maximum of 20 people inside at one time.Q: Why can’t I bring guests?A: The operating plan submitted to Virginia health authorities does not allow guests.Q: What happens if someone with Covid-19 enters the building?A: If a person with a case of Covid-19 enters one of our facilities, we are required to shut the facility down for 72 hours, we must notify authorities of all people that person may have come in contact with. We cannot stress this enough, DO NOT ENTER one of our buildings if you are not feeling well. If you are in a high-risk category, follow CDC guidelines.
The Sports Pavilion is RE OPEN. For more information on:
Phase Three Re-opening Hours
- AVSP's COVID procedures click here
- Indoor Pool COVID procedures click here
- Tennis Bubble COVID procedures click here
* Tennis bubble and indoor pool close 30 minutes prior to the facility.
- Monday-Friday 5am-9pm
- Saturday and Sunday 7am-5pm
chevron_rightSports Pavilion Virtual Activities
Click HERE to join the AVSP Virtual Programming Facebook group to view the classes listed below.