Windsor Mews

Homeowners Association

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2020 Annual Meeting

The 2020 Annual Meeting of the Windsor Mews Owners Association, Inc. will be held Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 7:30 pm at The City of Fairfax Regional Library, Meeting Room A, 10360 North Street, Fairfax, VA.

The purposes of the Annual Meeting are to elect three lot owners to the Association's Board of Directors, share information of general interest to the membership, and ask and answer questions. The meeting is also a great opportunity for you to meet your neighbors, the officers and members of the Board of Directors.

For more information about the meeting, the Board of Directors election process, or to be added to the ballot, please refer to the full 2020 Annual Meeting notice.

If you are unable to attend in person but would still like your voice heard, please print and complete the proxy voting instructions and form. If there is a chance you will be unable to attend the meeting, play it safe and submit a proxy form anyway -- it can be replaced by an in-person vote if necessary!

Running for election to the Board of Directors is a great way to get more involved in your community. To run, simply complete and submit the Application for Candidacy included with the meeting notice. We're also looking for owners to join the Covenants Committee; contact the Board directly for more information.



Windsor Mews is a 130 unit garage townhouse community established initially by Trafalgar House Property, Inc. in 1995. All owners within Windsor Mews are members of the Windsor Mews Owners Association, Inc., a Virginia non-stock corporation.

The primary purpose of a homeowners association (HOA) is to manage the neighborhood's common areas such as roads, sidewalks and shared land and to help maintain the visual aesthetics of the community. The HOA oversees community services like grass cutting, planting of flowers, snow removal, and trash collection. All of these services are paid for by the dues paid by the homeowners.

An elected, volunteer board of directors is responsible for managing the association.


Get Involved!

Volunteering with the HOA is a great way to meet your neighbors and become more involved in the community. We're currently seeking homeowners who are interested in running for a position on the HOA Board or volunteering their time on the Covenants and Social Committees. To get involved or for more information, please contact us!