How do I report an HOA violation or problem in the community?
You can contact the Sequoia Management Company
Where did my car go? If your vehicle was towed, please look here!
If your vehicle is missing, please first contact the Town of Leesburg Non-Emergency Police at (703) 771-4500.
If you find that your vehicle has been towed, please contact:
What are the approved exterior colors?
How do I get an assigned parking spot?
Parking in the community is restricted to private, passenger-type vehicles.
(Parking Application) Within A&B, each town home is permitted one reserved parking space per lot. Please contact management for further details if you do not currently have a reserved space. Reserved parking spaces are to be used solely by the owners to which the spaces are assigned, or the owner’s authorized designee (e.g. tenant or guest).
Within Stratford C/D, each town home is permitted one reserved parking space, one driveway and one garage per lot. To obtain visitor parking permits, please visit eaststratford.guestparkingpermits.com, to obtain guest parking permits or quarterly residential permits (hangtags), please contact management. To view the Parking Rules and Regulations governing visitor and guest parking in section C, please reference the (Parking documentation)
What is the approval process for structural changes? (new deck, doors, windows, shutters, retaining wall)
Please review the Home Improvement page for complete details.
How do I get a pool pass?
Complete application and submit it to:
Sequoia Management Company
13998 Parkeast Circle
Chantilly, VA 20151
Are there any restrictions to renting my home to roommate(s)?
A/B (Please review) Reasonable number of roommates policy for details
Which services are handled by the town of Leesburg and which are handled by your HOA?
Which HOA board handles my issue?
East Stratford Residential governs the community recreational facilities such as the lake, pool, tennis courts, and dry pond. Learn more about the Residential HOA.
East Stratford A & B Board is a sub-association of the Residential HOA. The homes located within A/B are situated along the roads of: Parkgate, Burnell, Duvall, Jennings, Shirley, Shadwell, and Cagney. The A & B board is the executive policy-making body of the East Stratford Phase A & B has a fiduciary obligation to the members of the community (e.g. property owners) to conduct the business and affairs of the association in a prudent manner. The BOD exercises all decision-making responsibility for the A/B community, except for a limited number of issues where the community documents require a vote by the collective membership of the A/B homeowners.
East Stratford C/D HOA is a sub-association of the Residential HOA. The homes located within C/D are situated along the roads of: Baish, Rusert, Ebaugh, Hanrahan, Whipp, and Morrisett. Learn more about the C/D HOA.
What do I need to know about owning a dog in Loudoun County?
The Commonwealth of Virginia mandates Loudoun County to require all dogs four months of age and older to be licensed. In Loudoun County, dog licenses are issued concurrently with the rabies vaccination effective period for each individual dog. The county issues permanent tags to remain with the dog for its lifetime (replacement tags are available if needed). All dogs must have a license tag securely attached to a collar and worn whenever the dog is off of the owner’s property.