Please take a moment to read these important announcements:
IMPORTANT: All vehicles must display a 2016 parking decal. Vehicles that do not display a 2016 decal will be towed at the owner’s risk and expense.
Management Office Hours: The Management Office will be closed on Wednesday, March 2nd from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. for a meeting at our corporate office. If you are in need of assistance during this time, please contact the Front Desk.
Hot Water: There will be no hot water in the building on Wednesday, March 2nd from 8:30 a.m.to 5:00 p.m. due to plumbing repairs. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Fire Alarm Testing: Tuesday, March 1st between 10 a.m. and 11 a.m. The test will take approximately 10 minutes.
Lobby Furniture Cleaning: The furniture in the lobby will be cleaned on Monday (2/29) afternoon. This area will be blocked off during the drying process.
Garage Doors: Front garage doors our now open and the side doors are closed. Please do not move the cones in front of the side garage doors.
Olympus ID’s: We wanted to remind residents that you are required to show your Olympus ID in order to check out keys, flatbeds, etc. Your driver’s license will not be accepted.
Trash Rooms: All trash must be placed in trash bags and put down the trash chute. Please do not leave furniture in the A level trash room, in stairwells, or next to the dumpster. Violators caught on camera dumping their trash on the floor of the trash rooms or leaving furniture/trash in common areas will be asked to appear in front of the Board at a Due Process Hearing and are subject to fines.
Parking Space Rentals and Sales: There are a number of residents who would be happy to rent a parking space in the garage. If you would like to rent out your parking space, please post to BuildingLink or let the Management Office know.
The Ford Nature Center is located in West End Alexandria not far from the intersection of Beauregard St. and Sanger Ave. The Nature Center backs to Holmes Run behind William Ramsay Elementary School. The Nature Center is sited on Dora Kelley Nature Park, a 50-acre wildlife sanctuary with a one-mile long nature trail that meanders along streams, wooded hills, and freshwater marshland.
Staff naturalists at the Nature Center welcome visitors and “explorers” interested in Alexandria natural history. For groups of 8 or more, make reservations and a staff naturalist will take you on a guided tour of the Nature Park. you can see live animals up close and learn about the cultural and natural history of Dora Kelley Nature Park. For more information, or to make program reservations, please call the Nature Center at 703.746.5559.
The Nature Center houses the following attractions and exhibits:
Live turtles, snakes, toads and salamanders
Aquarium with native fish species from Holmes Run
Exhibit on Alexandria’s birds of prey
Mary Anne Warner’s beautiful 16’ x 7’ oil mural, “Wildlife of the Dora Kelley Nature Park”
Mounted black bear, red fox, turkey and bobcat
Interpretive exhibits on local geology, prehistory, and history
Small reference library with children’s section
Games and activity stations for children
Greenhouse with tropical rainforest plants
The activity room of Ford Nature Center is available for use and rental by community groups and organizations.
Volunteering at the Nature Center
A variety of volunteer opportunities are available through the Jerome “Buddie” Ford Nature Center for ages 16 and above. Positions include front desk attendant, park conservation aide, and park watch assistant. Volunteer opportunities for individuals or groups in outdoor conservation and trail maintenance are also available from 9am-12pm on the following Saturdays: April 12, May 17, June 14, July 26, and August 23. For more information, please call the Nature Center at 703.746.5559.
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