News and Notes


 News and Notes: 

SERVICE DAY: Curbside Yardwaste Service on Tuesdays March 2022 through December 2022.

Yard Debris Collection: As you may already be aware, Prince William County revised their code, which no longer allows yard debris material to be mixed or collected with regular household trash. This new mandate requires an additional truck to be added to the community at a minimum of once a week during yard waste season for yard waste material only. Therefore, your other services will remain the same and this will be added as an additional pick up. For more information on this mandate, please visit their website at: 

Preparation: Grass clippings and leaves need to be placed in brown paper bags. Personal cans may be used; however, they need to be marked “Yard Debris”. Tree limbs and brush must be no longer than 4-5 feet in length and 3 inches thick in diameter. These items must be tied with rope or twine in arm-length bundles. Bundles are not to exceed 50 pounds. Rocks, sod, and dirt are not acceptable. We will collect up to 10 bags and/or labeled personal cans and up to l0 bundles of brush per collection.

 These compostable paper bags can be purchased online, you can buy them at the grocery store, or find them at warehouse stores such as Home Depot, Lowes, or any garden Centers. We will not collect material in plastic bags.

**Please have your items curbside the night before to ensure collection. 

If you have any questions, please email American Disposal at You may also call our Customer Service Department at 703.368.0500. Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM.

VDOT road maintenance

VDOT is responsible for plowing all of the roads in the Ashland Conservancy. The HOA is responsible for parking lots of the townhomes and clubhouse.

To report streets needing snow or ice removal contact VDOT at

Once VDOT plowing is underway, the activate an online snowplow tracker map at The precise times of scheduled road maintenance is not available.

The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) is responsible for all traffic signals in Prince William County. To report a broken or malfunctioning traffic signal contact VDOT’s Customer Service Center at 1-800-367-7623.


Please fill out the form PWCSNAMESIGNS or call 703-792-5765 to report any missing or damaged street name signs and/or poles. You can also e-mail the shop at

 Instructions for how to make an online payment for HOA dues:

ClickPay is our new and preferred way of accepting owner payments. We invite you to make individual or automatic payments online through ClickPay from your smartphone, tablet or other media device. Payments can be made by e-check (ACH) now for FREE. Get started by creating your account at

Please note that if you are already set up for automatic payments through our Direct-Debit program, your payments are already running through ClickPay. 

If you wish to edit your existing setup, please contact ClickPay below and reference your unique owner account number from Connect-AshlandConservancy
For help getting started, visit or call 1.888.354.0135.
The mailing address is: 
First Service Residential
P.O. Box 31077
Tampa, FL 33631-3077
If you have questions about dues/assessments, please contact: 
Peggy Farrow
Accounts Receivable Manager
First Service Residential
6700-A Rockledge Drive
Unit 110
Bethesda, MD 20817
The events committee has updated their dates for the community functions. Schedule of Events

Prince William County Schools website:

JOHN Paul the Great Catholic Highschool website:
Marine Corps Base Quantico Training Schedule:  Noise Advisory

Work request for VDOT: myVDOT


 Fincastle Park Pickleball Courts Rules of play.