Residents can help provide Patriot Disposal workers
safer working conditions by following these best practices.
1. REDUCE THE WASTE YOU GENERATE– During
this unprecedented time, residents should be mindful of the quantity of waste
they generate, so as not to overwhelm the collection system. For example, this
is not the best time to clean out the garage/do spring cleaning.
2. REDUCE YOUR YARD WASTE
– Start grass cycling, backyard composting, and limit generation
of yard waste if possible.
3. BAG ALL TRASH and REFUSE
– Bagged trash limits exposure to potentially harmful
materials, such as used tissue that could spread viruses and bacteria.
4. KEEP ALL RECYCLING CLEAN AND LOOSE
– When recycling is loose in the bin, not in bags, it is
easier to process. Removing food and liquid residue from recyclables minimizes
the spread of viruses and bacteria. Only place plastic bottles and jugs, paper,
cardboard, cartons and metal cans in the bin.
5. EMPTY ALL LIQUIDS – Liquids in
bottles, cans, and other containers can carry viruses and bacteria and can
splash onto collectors when trash and recyclables are emptied.
6. WIPE/DISINFECT CART HANDLES AND LIDS – The
two main touch points on a cart for collectors are the lid and the handles. By
wiping those areas down with disinfectant or soapy water, you minimize the
danger of shared contact areas.
Woodstream HOA Updates
Continue to practice social distancing at all times. Residents and/or guests should not be congregating at the basketball court, Tot Lot, or any where else throughout the community. Stay safe!
If you have recently moved-in or have any changes to your current email, please email us today at email@example.com so we can update our records and send important updates to you.
It’s important we work together to ensure our Woodstream community is taking all the necessary precautions per the Fairfax County Health Department and the Center for Disease Control (CDC) in order to keep ALL our residents safe.
Please remember to practice social distancing! It is highly recommended that parents do not allow their children and teenagers to go to the Tot Lot and basketball court until further notice. While fresh air is encouraged, having people congregate in these two locations is putting our entire community at risk, as these areas are not cleaned regularly.
Patriot Disposal, our trash-collecting company, has informed us that as of Friday, March 20, 2020, there will be no bulk items pick-up (small furniture, grills, mattresses) or scheduled special items pick-up (toilets, construction debris) until further notice. IF YOU PLACED BULK ITEMS OUT FOR PICK-UP, PLEASE REMOVE THEM TODAY.
Please know that during this unprecedented time we want to do all we can to help stop the spread of COVID-19. If possible, please remember to check on elderly neighbors or those who may have compromised immune systems. If you any questions or concerns email the Board at firstname.lastname@example.org. Stay safe!
The Woodstream HOA Board would like to celebrate the opening of the new playground by hosting a party. This is also a great opportunity to come out and meet your neighbors. The party will be on Sunday July 14th from 4pm to 7pm. The Woodstream HOA will provide hot dogs and hamburgers. Please bring a potluck side dish or dessert to share. If your last name starts with A-O, please bring a side dish. If your last name starts with P-Z, please bring a dessert. The party will also be BYOB, bring your own beverage.
Don’t forget to bring a chair.
Please use the signup genius below to indicate if you will be attending. This will help us get a head count for the burgers and dogs.
We look forward to celebrating with everyone! Thanks
The annual Woodstream community yard sale is held the first Saturday of June. This year the sale will be held on June 1st, from 8:00 a.m. to 12 noon. Residents are encourage to set up along Magic Leaf Road.