2015 CGHA Annual Meeting
The 2015 CGHA Annual Meeting will be held on Thursday, November 12, 2015 at 7:00pm at White Oaks Elementary School in Theatre 'A'. A “State of the Neighborhood” presentation will be given and you will also have an opportunity to vote for the 2016 CGHA Board of Directors members. Click here for the Annual Meeting Notice and proxy to complete and return to the CGHA if you are unable to attend the annual meeting.
We would like to take this opportunity to urge you to attend the annual meeting and participate in discussions that impact you, your home and the neighborhood. The Board of Directors is the CGHA governing body, and all Board members Board are CGHA homeowners, like you. We are responsible for overseeing the maintenance of CGHA capital improvements (e.g., sidewalks, streets, landscaping, etc.), and it enforces CGHA rules and regulations (e.g., parking, trash collection, ACC compliance). A functioning Board of Directors is crucial to the well-being of our neighborhood and we need committed homeowners to help plan and complete special projects for the future years. We want to encourage you to give serious consideration to volunteer during 2016 for special projects and other ad hoc committees, and possibly become a member of the Board of Directors at the Annual Meeting.
The current 2015 Board elected in 2014 have served in numerous Board and special committee positions over the years, with one position serving 19 years as Treasurer. There may be three vacancies on the 2016 Board of Directors and you are encouraged to volunteer to participate.
Use the 'Contact Us' link on this site to let us know no later than Tuesday, November 10th if you are interested in participating on the 2016 Board of Directors or volunteer for other projects. If so, we will place your name on the slate of candidates for the Annual Meeting election. Board members must be CGHA homeowners.
In the meantime, thank you for your continued support, and we hope to see you at the 2015 Annual Meeting.
CHGA Board of Directors
Please do not store recycling/trash receptacles, bikes, ladders or the like around your townhome as they are vulnerable to theft and detract from the attractiveness of the neighborhood. Your cooperation is requested by storing these items in your backyard (inside the fence) or inside your townhome. Landlords, please pass this on to your tenants.
White Oaks Community Parking District (CPD) Expanded to Ashbridge Court
On December 8, 2008, the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors passed a resolution incorporating Ashbridge Court into the White Oaks Community Parking District to prohibit on-street parking of the following vehicles: watercraft, boat trailers, motor homes, camping trailers, or any other trailer or semi-trailer, regardless of whether such trailer is attached to a vehicle, any vehicle with three or more axels, any vehicle that has a gross weight of 12,000 pounds or more, or any vehicle designed to carry 16 or more passengers, any vehicle designed to transport hazardous materials. The prohibition is in effect 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For a more complete statement of the prohibition, and any exceptions, please refer to section 82-5B of the Fairfax County Code.
To view the most recent Cardinal Chatter, click here.
Resident Input Form
How often have you seen something in the neighborhood that you may have wanted to bring to someone's attention, but forgot about it after a short time? Now you have the opportunity to put your thoughts down and submit them to the Cardinal Glen Board of Directors. Use the Resident Input Form the next time you want to correspond with a Board or Committee member.