New Residents Information

Welcome to Englewood Mews! Here is some information to help you get settled in.

Community Rules
The Englewood Mews Board strongly encourages you to review the community's by-laws so you are familiar with policies related to parking, trash, quiet hours, requirements for making any external modifications to your home, and annual inspections. You should have received them from the seller when you purchased the home. If you have not, please contact your realtor or the Englewood Mews property management company, Sequoia Management. If you are renting a property in Englewood Mews, please contact your landlord for the community rules.

Community Amenities
Englewood Mews has two tot lots. The first is located between Stroud and Bridlington and the second is located between Sherborne Knolls and Ashington. There is a tennis court and basketball court located along Pickwick Road next to Melton Place. The tot lots and courts close at dusk. The community's pool is located in in the Walney Mills community, and is open from Memorial Day through Labor Day. You will receive notification in May about how to obtain pool passes.

Schools
Elementary School: Colin L. Powell Elementary
Middle School: Liberty Middle
High School: Centreville High


Local Utility Agencies
Visit Fairfax County's Web site for a complete list of electric, gas and water agencies and local telephone, cable and Internet providers in the area.


Vehicle Registration
Vehicles purchased or moved into Fairfax county must be registered within 60 days of the purchase or move-in date. Each car must be registered separately. Visit the county Web site for additional vehicle registration information.

Emergency/Non-Emergency Contacts

If you are experiencing an emergency, please dial 911. For non-emergencies, please dial (703) 691-2131.

Community Emergency Alert Network
Fairfax County's Community Emergency Alert Network delivers:
  • Important emergency alerts and notifications.
  • Updates during major crisis of emergency.
  • Day-to-day notices about weather and traffic.
Register your e-mail account or wireless devices for county alerts by visiting CEAN.

Special Needs Registry
The Special Needs Registry allows residents with medical needs and organizations assisting those with social needs to provide information to Fairfax County so agencies can communicate emergency preparedness, response and recovery resources to at risk and hard-to-reach residents.

Dog Licenses
Fairfax County dog licensing regulations specify that:
  • All dogs four months of age or older must be licensed.
  • Licenses are good for one year and must be purchased by January 31.
  • License tags are issued free of charge to owners of guide or service dogs.
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