Barbecue grills are tightly regulated in Fairfax County. Only electric grills are permitted to be used near multi-family residential buildings. Fairfax County Ordinance states that no charcoal grill or any gasoline or other flammable liquid or liquefied petroleum gas-fired stove or similar device shall be ignited or used on balconies or within 15 feet of any apartment building.

Furthermore, no flammable, combustible, or liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) may be stored in your unit, on the balcony, or within 15 feet of the building. You can't store any grill that uses those fuels, not in the unit, outside it, or in your vehicle.

The Association has installed charcoal grills in the common areas, which may be used on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please be sure to put out any fires when you are finished, keep the grills and the area clean, and dispose of any trash properly.

Things You Should Know

Satellite Dishes and Antennas

Prior to installation of any antenna or satellite dish, unit owners must submit a written application to the Board of Directors. A form is available from the on-site office. The Board of Directors will review the application within 45 days and will provide a written answer to the unit owner. In most cases, the Board will provide the answer within 7 days. If the unit owner installs the dish or antenna without permission, he or she bears all risk and may be required to remove the antenna.

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