Egress Windows

The Board’s update to the community (attached) on egress window installations in units with rooms in their lower basement levels contained the legal opinions of Association Counsel Peter K. Stackhouse, Wil Washington with Chadwick-Washington, and Pia Trigiani with Mercer Trigiani, PC.  Based upon those opinion, the Board concluded that egress window installations at Fairlington Villages could not proceed without an amendment to the Association’s by-laws, which requires a two-thirds vote (1,135 units) in favor of such a change at a regular or special meeting of the Unit Owners.   

An amendment to the by-laws and implementation of a policy for egress window installation, an expensive, multi-year proposition requiring countless hours from Association volunteers and office administrative staff and the engagement of additional outside professionals including the Association’s insurance agent/carrier, auditor, legal counsel, and civil engineers to assist in the performance of due diligence, could benefit potentially 62% of the community (units with basements and at least one room with a window) directly.

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There will be a Special Meeting of the Board of Directors on Tuesday, May 17 to review progress on the Strategic Plan.

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Time: May 17, 2022 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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The replacement of Shutters in Ward VI (3000 block of S. Columbus Street), originally scheduled to start on Monday, May 9th, has been delayed to Monday, May 16th. We apologize for any inconvenience this delay may cause you.


West Glebe Road Bridge Closure


If renovations contemplated to your unit include:  (1) The removal of vinyl flooring, (2) Replacing the attic insulation, (3) Impacting the popcorn textured ceiling in any manner (scraping the texture, cutting holes for recess lightning, drilling, putting drywall over it, etc.) or (4) Cutting drywall finished with joint compound manufactured prior to 1982, you must retain a licensed contractor to test for asbestos and furnish a copy of the report findings to If the result is positive for the presence of asbestos, abatement must be performed by a licensed contractor prior to proceeding with work/renovations. 


Check out the May Newsletter!

  • Meet our newly elected Board members
  • Find out what your condominium fees pay for as the Fiscal Year 2023 budget process begins
  • Dive into the pools starting May 28 and mind the guards
  • Volunteer with your neighbors in Fairlington Villages
  • Clogged sewer lines affected eight units April 8-10; learn how you can help prevent clogs.