Church Mills is a homeowners association of over 260 single-family homes in Loudoun County, Virginia. Established in 1973, our community has over 30 acres of common area comprising both wooded and open grass areas.
Public school students in this neighborhood attend Forest Grove Elementary School, Sterling Middle School, and Park View High School.
Loudoun County Stormwater Management and their consultant, AECOM Technical Services, will be conducting field work in support of an E. Church Road drainage study through August 8 during regular business hours. Low-lying areas of our common grounds between Harding and Tavenner Courts, between 314-316 N. Lincoln Avenue, and the south side of N. Lincoln Avenue directly across from these locations are involved.
If access to adjacent private properties is needed, surveyors will knock on your door and identify themselves as affiliated with the project field work. A notification insert for adjacent properties was included in the most recent newsletter. Contact us if you have questions.
We encourage homeowners to attend monthly board meetings (every 3rd Wednesday) at the Sterling Community Center, 120 Enterprise Street:
Property management services are provided by Spectrum Property Management, LLC. Contact Spectrum (using the "Contact Us" form below) to ask questions, bring issues to the board's attention, or request HOA documents that are not available to the general public.
Annual assessment checks should be made out to "Church Mills HOA" and mailed to P.O. Box 1562, Great Falls, VA, 22066.
All exterior changes must receive written approval from the board before construction begins. Changes that need approval include (but are not limited to): new siding, exterior painting (including shutters, doors, and trim), new roofs, fences, decks, porches, sheds, major landscaping changes, etc.
Submit the application for Architectural Review (linked below) and include a detailed site plan with drawings and measurements. We will contact you with issues or questions and provide a written notice of approval or rejection within 30 days.
The state of Virginia requires that all homeowners provide a Resale Disclosure Packet about the HOA to buyers prior to sale.
Submit the application for Resale Disclosure Packet (linked below) if you're selling your home. It can take up to 2 weeks to prepare the packet, so it's wise to order it as soon as you put your home on the market.