Please remember that the speed limit for Wooded Glen Avenue and Mainsail Drive is 25 MPH. Additionally, there is a 10 MPH speed limit throughout McCarthy, Sunset, and Tucker Woods courts. Drive slowly and cautiously, especially when going around the courts, because many children ride bikes and play outside.
For homeowners, here are the Master Documents, Reserve Study, and HOA Statues for the Wooded Glen II HOA.
Wooded Glen II HOA Master Documents - wgii_master__docs_w_resolutions_copy.pdf
Wooded Glen II HOA Reserve Study 2020 - wooded_glen_ii_reserve_study_2020_copy.pdf
Virginia HOA Statutes - 2021_virginia-statutes_copy.pdf
If you own a dog and walk it around the neighborhood, please remember that, per Fairfax County's Animal Control and Care Ordinance (Section 41.1-2-15), "The owner of any animal, after being requested by the owner or tenant of any premises not to permit the animal to trespass upon such premises, shall not allow any such animal to go upon such premises."
Trash days for each of the three courts are Tuesday and Friday, while recycling pickup is on Wednesday. Patriot Disposal Services is the company that manages and picks up trash and recycling. Their website is www.patriotdisposalservices.com/.
Our management company is PMI Prince William. For more information, go to their website, www.pmiprincewilliam.com.
Our courts are zoned for two public schools, White Oaks Elementary School and Lake Braddock Secondary School, both part of the Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) System. The bus stop for White Oaks is located at the corner of McCarthy Woods Court by the bus stop sign. The Lake Braddock bus stop is at the corner of Mainsail Drive and Wooded Glen Avenue.
Rolling Valley West Park is nearby park that can be accessed via a paved path through the woods just behind the houses on the left side of Tucker Woods Courts. This park includes a tennis court, basketball court, softball field, turf soccer field, grassed soccer field, and playground. Additionally, this park is adjacent to Pohick Library, a public and recently renovated part of the Fairfax County Public Library system.
In the Wooded Glen II community, we have three main ongoing projects including consulting arborists, fixing asphalt and concrete, and preventing erosion.
Arborists - Assessing trees and developing a 5-year plan to grow, rejuvenate, and cut down plants.
Asphalt and Concrete - Evaluating how to repair or replace damaged sidewalks and asphalt.
Erosion - Assessing spots with heavy erosion and developing plans to prevent continuous erosion.