Pro-Pave, Incorporated has been hired to perform street maintenance and trail repair. Trail repairs will take place throughout the community. Roadway maintenance will take place on all road and parking areas along Moorefield Creek Road only.
Portions of the community’s asphalt trails, previously marked with white paint, will be removed and replaced. Asphalt repair, crack filling, and seal coating will take place along the length of Moorefield Creek Road and the speed bumps will be painted. This project will renew the life of the asphalt surfaces as well as improve aesthetics in the community. The Board requests your patience and understanding while this work is completed in the neighborhood.
Things to Remember
Parking – All vehicles must be out of the affected parking areas by 7:00 AM on days when work is scheduled. Any vehicles not moved by 7:00 AM will be towed.
Vehicular Traffic – No traffic will be allowed on the parking areas and roadway during the time the roads are closed for crack sealing, seal coating, and striping. Please abide by all barricades and signs; they are posted for your safety and to ensure that the new roadwork is not damaged!
Pedestrians/Pets – Please stay off of the freshly sealed asphalt while the section is closed. Walking through wet sealer will result in tracking of the product onto concrete sidewalks and even into your homes. This is costly to clean and is not the responsibility of Brothers Paving, the association manager, or the homeowners association.
Weather – All dates are weather dependent. In the event of rain we may be forced to cancel the project for that day. You will be notified as to when the roadwork has been rescheduled. The most current information will be on the home page of the association’s website at: www.townesofmoorefield.com.
Trash Service – Trash service should not be affected by this work.
Delivery Service – Large vehicles (such as UPS, mail, moving and delivery trucks) will not be allowed on Moorefield Creek Road for at least 72 hours after the roadwork has been completed. Heavy trucks driving on newly sealed asphalt within 72 hours can result in wheel marks or other damage to the newly sealed asphalt. Please schedule deliveries and move ins and outs accordingly.
Questions may be directed to: [email protected]om or (703) 938-8761.
Townes of Moorefield Road and Trail Work Schedule
The community’s asphalt trails will be closed to facilitate the repair of sections throughout the community.
Asphalt patches along Moorefield Creek Road should not impact traffic through the community.
All parking areas and roadways along Moorefield Creek Road only will be completely closed and there will be no vehicular traffic or parking on that street beginning Monday, August 31st, from 7:00 AM until 6:00 AM the following morning, Tuesday, September 1st. No exceptions. Residents driving on seal-coated areas before they are open will be charged for repairs.
Towing Enforced beginning at 7:00 AM.
Please note that the association hasn’t made any final decisions on possible placement of additional speed bumps. The placement of additional speed bumps on roads other than Moorefield Creek Road may briefly interrupt the traffic patterns on those streets. We will keep everyone informed.
As Northern Virginia begins to lift restrictions, the TOMCA Board of Directors has been carefully considering whether or not to open the association’s amenities. Here is a breakdown of what to expect regarding the pool, tennis courts, and other association amenities:
Tennis Courts – Open! Please remember to observe current social distancing requirements and CDC recommendations at all times when on the courts.
Pool – Closed. Under Virginia Phase Two, outdoor pools may be open for lap swimming, diving, exercise, and instruction only and must be limited to no more than three persons per lane with ten feet of physical distance per swimmer. There will also be additional restrictions such as no pool furniture, personal property, or people hanging around on the deck. Cleaning and screening requirements would mean additional personnel would need to be hired to wipe down surfaces after each use and to monitor compliance of social distancing of 10 feet at all times.
Finally, the pool company has advised that it is unlikely guards will be available because international applicants are not yet able to enter the country. So far, any local candidates are few and far between and have not been trained in new safety procedures due to the pool restrictions listed above.
The pool company offered a maintenance only contract for the remainder of the season, meaning the water quality will be maintained to preserve the white coating of the pool and prevent bacterial growth. Given all of the current and continuing restrictions, the Board made the very hard decision to keep the pool closed this summer, and the pool contract will be transitioned to maintenance only.
Community Building – Closed.
Playgrounds – Closed.
The board will continue to notify the community of any changes to amenity access based on changes in governmental regulations and CDC guidelines.Thank you all for your anticipated cooperation and please take measures to keep your families safe.