Cluster Information for Residents:
Legacy Community Services (LCS) is contracted by the Board of Directors to provide for the business operations of the HOA. LCS is responsible for dues collections, administration, supervision of contractors, and CC&R enforcement. LCS also serves as a homeowner resource for problem solving and communications about community issues. LCS reports to the Board of Directors, and while they may advise the Board, the Board still makes all decisions regarding HOA business by majority vote.
Phone: 571-313-1004 during normal business hours.
Email: Claudia Callahan (email@example.com)
For after-hours emergencies (defined as a threat to life or property) please contact our 24-hour Attendant Answering Service at 703.520.9493.
All residents can access the resident portal to make assessment payments, view violations and sign-up for automatic direct debit payment of assessments.
Here's a step-by-step guide to create your account and log in:
Visit the Resident Portal website by clicking on the following link: https://lcs.cincwebaxis.com/ Resident Portal.
Once on the website, look for the "Create Account" button and click on it.
Fill in all the required sections with your personal information to create your account.
Once your account is confirmed and active, you'll have the option to sign up for automatic direct debit of assessment payments.
To set up auto-debit, locate the "Account Information" tab within your account. You will find an ACH (Automated Clearing House) form that you can fill out to authorize the direct debit. Please have your account number ready.
You can watch this video to become more familiar with the portal's functionality: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F5zuWaTgzQI
Current Assessments are $440 quarterly. Payment accounts should be set up with our management company, Legacy Community Services. Late Fees will be accrued for assessment payments not received on time.
Legacy offers different ways to pay your assessments.
USPS Mail – Please make your check payable to Newbridge Cluster Homeowners Association. Please include your new account number on the payment. You can mail the check with the remittance portion of your statement to:
Newbridge Cluster Homeowners Association
c/o Legacy Community Services LLC
PO Box 1638
Commerce, GA 30529-1638
ACH Direct Debit - You can sign up for this “free” service by logging into the resident portal on CINC systems and find the direct debit form online. You will need to complete it in entirety and send to us along with a copy of a voided check for processing. The website to visit is lcs.cincwebaxis.com.
Resident Portal E-Check & Credit Card Payment - You can visit the resident portal at lcs.cincwebaxis.com. Once at the main page you can click “Quick Payment “or you can log into the portal. Once on the main page of the portal, you can click on the link that states “Pay Assessments“. On the “Pay Assessments” screen you have a choice to pay by e-check or via credit card. You can also set-up recurring e-check payments on this screen as well. There is a small convenience fee of $1.99 for E-Checks and 3.5% for Credit Card payments as charged by the bank.
Trash and Recycling
Patriot Disposal provides trash and recycling services.
Trash: Tuesday and Fridays (Yard waste on Tuesdays)
Place your trash and recycling in a container with a lid, and remove from common areas following trash pick up.
Display your house number on trash and recycling bins.
Dispose of cigarette butts in proper receptacles only.
Click here for additional guidance regarding trash and recycling pick-up including, materials accepted, yard waste, special items collection, and holiday service.
Fairfax County recycling guidelines can be found here.
We have ample parking in the community when our spots are used responsibly.
Please use your RESERVED parking space for your vehicle – do not leave it open for guest parking.
Do not park your second car in an UNRESERVED space if you do not use it regularly (daily or every few days).If your family or household has more than 2 vehicles, park 2 inside the community and any remainder vehicles outside of the community.
Do not park your vehicle in an UNRESERVED space and leave it for more than 5 consecutive days, or they will be issued a Notice of Intent to Tow (yellow postcard), and 5 days after that, Rosewood will dispatch the tow company to remove the vehicle and the owner will be responsible for the charges levied by the tow company (see below for more info on towing).
Do not allow your guests to use UNRESERVED spaces while carpooling, traveling, etc.
Do not park inoperable vehicles in the community, in any space.
Recreational/Commercial Vehicles are not permitted to park within the cluster.
Towing is authorized in Newbridge Cluster
A reminder to everyone that parking commercial vehicles in the community is not allowed and subject to being towed at the owner’s expense!
Henry’s Towing and Wrecker Service
Any vehicle that is in violation of any of the following will be towed:
Out-of-state license plates (after 30 days)
Expired license plates or inspection sticker
Parked in a reserved parking space (owner may call for towing).
Parked in a visitor spot for more than 5 days without moving.
Commercial vehicles–trucks, vans.
Inoperable vehicles parked in a visitor spot.
Residents are entitled to call the tow company to have illegally parked vehicles removed from their spaces
Architecture and Design Standards
Click here for current Newbridge Design Standards.
Note: Benjamin Moore and Sherwin Williams have a record of the approved colors – both old and new.
You cannot use the same colors as the house on either side of you.
Click here for additional Reston Association cluster guidelines.
Click here to download RA Design Review Application.
Newbridge Design Covenant Advisor: Michelle Rouhi (firstname.lastname@example.org; 703-435-6527)
// Design Standards Update
Newbridge Cluster design standards are under update. Through refreshing the standards, we aim to ease the Reston Association application process by including more specific details and guidance. The last update was 20 years ago and the currently documented models, makes, and colors no longer exist in some cases.
The Newbridge Design Committee has proposed draft standards for consideration, which includes: Trim & Fence, Lighting, Doors, Windows, Decks & Patios, Siding, Enclosures & Sheds. The color palette is still under update.
Please provide any feedback or requests regarding the design standards update to the board.
Proposed design standards as of October 2023 can be viewed, with updates highlighted here: Newbridge Design Standards Updates_Oct 2023
Landscaping and Grounds Management
Blade Runners is the common area ground contractor for Newbridge. The provide mowing, mulching, trimming, and other landscape and tree maintenance services.
The Newbridge Grounds Committee oversees and addresses the landscape/ drainage & erosion and tree management for the community. View the Grounds Committee Resolution. The Board representative on this Committee is Dave LaBranche.
If you have flowers or shrubs in your landscaping beds, you must keep them under control and free of weeds. Shrubs and trees should not be allowed to overgrow the space they are in where they cover up windows, grow over the sidewalk, etc.
Weeds must be pulled frequently to maintain a neat and orderly landscaping bed.
Please do not allow anything on your property that holds water – flower pots, bird bath, children’s pool, etc. as these will attract mosquitoes
Our HOA Landscape Company offers Homeowner Services to HOA Residents - Please find more information here
Pet Waste: Newbridge provides two pet waste receptacles for use by residents. Nearby locations: 1) Tot Lot Playground and 2) Newbridge Entrance.
Please pick up after your pet and report to Legacy Community Services if you notice other community members are not doing so.
Safety Bulletin - Beware of errant golfballs
Cluster residents and Reston Association patrons of Newbridge pool and tennis courts should beware of flying golf balls.
Please notify the Neighborhood Watch and your Cluster President if you are personally hit by a ball or receive damage to any property. Please record the place, time, and date of any issue. If you have any information concerning this problem, please notify John Pinkman (John Pinkman; 703-725-3873 C; John@Pinkman.us)