The Virginia Condominium Act allows the imposition of a $50 charge for a single violation, or a $10 per day charge for a continuing violation until the violation is corrected, for up to 90 days.

Examples of rule violations for which penalties have been assessed include:

  • Discarding bags of trash on the property rather than placing them in the dumpsters
  • Not promptly replacing broken windows.
  • Storing bicycles, indoor furniture, bags, or boxes on the balconies or patios
  • Non-electric grills on balconies or patios, in violation of the fire code.

It is important to this community that these situations not be allowed to proliferate. Talltree South policy is to provide notice to correct the violation, provide a second notice and a hearing before the Board of Directors if
necessary, and impose the penalty if it is not corrected within the stated period of time.  Refer to Policy Resolution # ... for the full description of the process.

Things You Should Know

Barbecue Grills

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. Read more ...
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