Welcome to Longwood Knolls in Burke, Virginia
Established in 1977, Longwood Knolls is a premier community of 554 single-family homes located in Burke.

Parking Restrictions
Springfield District Community Parking District
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors has established a Community Parking District (CPD) in the Springfield District which encompasses Longwood Knolls.  The CPD restricts parking oversized vehicles on state-owned roads in communities which present sight-distance issues and are deemed safety related.  Vehicles that are restricted include:

*    Boat Trailers
*    Watercraft Boats
*    Motor Homes
*    Camping Trailers
*    Trailers or Semi-trailers, even if attached to a vehicle
*    Vehicles with 3 or more axles
*    Vehicles with a gross vehicle weighted rating (GVWR) of 12,000 lbs or more

Vehicles temporarily parked (for up to 48 hours) for the purposes of loading, unloading, or preparing for a trip are exempt from these restrictions.  To report violations, please call the Fairfax County Police non-emergency number: 703-691-2131.

Longwood Knolls Homeowners Association Bowling League

Would you like a monthly evening of exercise and enjoyment with your neighbors?  Then the LKHA bowling league is for you.  We bowl at Bowl America Burke on Guinea Road on the second Saturday monthly from September through May at 6:30 pm.  Our first night this season is September 14 bowling with teams of four players.   Bowling skill is not a prerequisite and you have the ability to pre-bowl (individual(s) or team) or post-bowl (team only) if the need arises.  The cost to bowl is $52 per night per team (or $26 per couple; $13 per individual) and we recommend paying the first night and last two months in September.  There is no prize fund in this league.  If you have any questions or would like to join, please contact Amy Clemson, President at 703-912-5897 or Bill Duggan, Secretary at 703-451-8321.

Longwood Knolls Complaint Process
Section 55-530 of the Code of Virginia requires all homeowners associations to establish reasonable procedures for the resolution of written complaints from the members of the association and other citizens.  To comply with this statutory requirement, the Longwood Knolls Homeowners Association (LKHA) Board of Directors published a formal Complaint Process on 14 August 2012.
Please note that this process is not to be used to submit complaints related to internal LKHA issues, such as violations of the Architectural Guidelines, Covenants, or Bylaws. It should only be used for alleged violations of Virginia common interest community law or regulations.   Residents of Longwood Knolls are always welcome to bring issues and complaints directly to the Board of Directors in person, by telephone, or by email, and are free to address the Board at quarterly General Membership meetings. This is how our Association has always operated. We were required to implement this Complaint Process, but do not expect that it will ever be used.
The Resolution implementing the new Complaint Process is posted under Documents. 

Fairfax County boasts some of finest schools in the Commonwealth of Virginia, and Longwood Knolls offers our children access to the best of the best. Whether its Sangster Elementary, Cherry Run Elementary, or Lake Braddock Secondary School, Longwood Knolls' children receive a top-notch education. And Lake Braddock has recently completed a four-year, $74 million renovation that has dramatically improved the appearance and amenities of this institution.


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