Owner Information

Members of the Board:  
  • President: Ling Garada-Lin
  • Vice President: Beth Donovan
  • Secretary: Pascual Cavalho
  • Treasurer: VACANT
  • Director: Rita Mickey
If interested in joining the board and filling two vacant positions, please contact management.
Local Contact Info:
  • Any vehicle that does not have its hang tag displayed Monday through Friday between 12 am (midnight) and 5 am WILL BE TOWED.  Only 2 hang tags are issued to each home.  Additional vehicles should park on public streets.
    • ​Yard waste is defined as grass clippings, leaves and brush/hedge trimmings that result from the regular maintenance of your yard.
    • Yard waste does not include stumps, rocks, dirt, sod, gravel, mulch, whole trees, or clean-up from storm damage.  Collection of these items may be provided for an additional charge. Customers who have any of these items for removal should Patriot's office for an estimate.
    • Fairfax County residents:  grass clippings and leaves placed out for collection in clear plastic bags are still acceptable at this time. However, because plastic bags require additional processing and cause issues at composting facilities, Fairfax County will soon mandate that residents set out yard waste ONLY in paper bags or personal containers.  
Pool Facilities Nearby: 
Newington Heights HOA does not have a pool; however, all residents are eligible to join the Saratoga Pool. Membership at this non-profit, community pool is open to all residents in the local area. Facilities and amenities include:
  • Main pool with a swim lane, adult-only swim hours, and a shallow children’s area
  • Baby pool
  • Snack bar
  • Free WiFi
  • Area to host private parties
  • Swim team
  • Regular events for both kids and adults
For more details and to join, visit the Saratoga Pool website.
  • Summit Management has had a few calls reporting an increase in skunk sightings in the community. Skunks rarely spray and when they do its only when they feel threatened.
  • Keep your dogs on a leash (it is the law) and ensure they do not approach a skunk.
  • Feed pets indoors or if fed outdoors, removing food immediately after pets eat..Rats and porcupines have been seen and are known to eat food left out as well.
  • Secure your garbage. They will open bags if they smell food scraps.
  • ​Click on the link above for more information about skunks and suggestions to reduce activity near our houses.