Off Duddington Dr.
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Community Entrance Sign
Community Entrance Sign

Welcome to Hayfield View!

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Off Duddington Dr.
Off Duddington Dr.

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July 2022
HOA Board Meeting

Wednesday, July 27, 2022 at 7 p.m.

via Zoom videoconference

The Board of Directors meets on Zoom every 4th Wednesday to discuss HOA business.  The Homeowner's Forum begins promptly at 7 p.m.  This is when HOA community members may address the Board.  


All meeting attendees must be HOA members or residents.  If you would like to attend the next meeting, please contact our property manager, Kristina Codino, for Zoom meeting details.  Attendees must be identified or the host will remove your access from the virtual meeting.

Join the Hayfield View HOA Listserv

Sign up to our listserv to receive HOA news and notices of time-sensitive issues, such as trash schedule changes.  This listserv is opt-in only.  Notices come only from your HOA and regard HOA-only matters.  

Questions, please contact

July 1, 2022

ComWeb Portal Update

In March 2022, Capitol migrated to ComWeb,  ComWeb provides online access to your account and includes a trove of HOA information to include covenants, bylaws, regulations, and Board of Director meeting minutes.

If you haven't already set up your account, please do so now!

March 4, 2022

Hayfield View Telegraph - Winter/Spring 2022

Please see the linked file above for our latest newsletter!


February 28, 2022

Fillable ACC Application

Thinking about making a change to the exterior of your home?  Please use our fillable ACC Application to kick-start your request.

January 13, 2022

Winter Storm Tree Damage

The January 3 winter storm caused much tree damage across Alexandria.  Shenandoah Landscape Services is removing branches and damaged trees on HOA grounds. As the damage is extensive throughout the area, tree and branch removal will take weeks (if not months) to complete.  We appreciate your patience.


Fallen trees and branches on private property are the homeowner's responsibility.  Trash service does not pick up branches during the winter.  If you have tree damage on your private property, please contact Shenandoah (or another landscape company of your choice) directly for service and removal. 


Please contact Jennifer Carman, Capitol Property Management, with any questions.