Fairfax County Public Works — Instructions, rules, and guidelines are listed on the website https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/publicworks/recycling-trash/county-collection-customers/special-pick-up?
Call to schedule a special/bulk pickup:
GreenDrop's Home Clean-Out service is a free service that helps you recycle, re-purpose and donate large volumes of clothing and household items that you no longer need — it's fast and it's easy! To learn more about Green Drop, please visit their website https://www.gogreendrop.com/home-clean-out-concierge
To easily schedule a Home Clean Out, contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name, phone number, address and description of the service you need or speak with a concierge specialist via phone at 1-888-575-7700.
NOVA Glass Recycling Network for the ManorGate Community has been added. Our community Volunteer/Zone Leader is Dara Rosenthol. Please check the website for the Pick Up Schedule and to Volunteer - they need more for our community!
How to get ready for pick up:
ManorGate is part of the national Neighborhood Watch program, which is a division of the National Sheriffs' Association. By participating in this program, ManorGate residents can take assist the authorities in crime prevention thorough neighborhood cohesiveness and collaboration. Visit https://www.nnw.org/ for more information about the National program.
The ManorGate Neighborhood Watch is easy to join. After a training session, you may sign up for one week of the year where you will drive your car around the community each evening, checking out common areas, looking for anything out of the ordinary, and watching for unusual activity, etc. It's an easy way to contribute to your community with little effort. If you are interested in joining the ManorGate Neighborhood Watch program, email Josh Purdy, the Watch Commander for our neighborhood.
The ManorGate community is proud to host the ManorGate Marlins swim team. This team is composed of over 150 swimmers from ManorGate and Compton Village, as well as the surrounding communities. The team competes in the Colonial Swimming League.
Meets are held on Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings during the season. Practices are held at the ManorGate pool each weekday after school from the pool's opening after Memorial Day until FCPS schools let out. Part of the pool is open to the community during these after school practices, with three lanes of the pool used for the swim team. After that, practices are held in the morning before the pool opens to the community.
Only the Wednesday night meets require an adjustment of pool hours for the community.
2023 ManorGate Marlins Home Swim Meets will be posted here sometime in May of 2023.
Green Trails Homeowners Association Non-Resident Pool Application
Limited Memberships, First Come-First Serve Basis
Please return completed forms and payment to Gates Hudson Community Management as soon as possible.
Cost is $400.00 per household
Checks payable to: Green Trails HOA
Mail to: 44927 George Washington Blvd. Suite 225 Ashburn, VA 20147
Disclaimer: All members of the pool are bound by the established rules of Green Trails Homeowners Association as set forth by the Board of Directors. There will be no exceptions. I/We will pick up a copy of the Pool Rules from the Green Trails Homeowners Association pool area, and acknowledge and agree to abide by the Pool Rules and Regulations. I am aware that Green Trails Homeowners Association can suspend one’s right to use the pool for violation of published Rules and Regulations.