Welcome to the Penderbrook Community!
 
Located approximately 20 miles west of Washington, D.C. and  minutes from Dulles International Airport, Penderbrook has 1,776 homes, including executive style single family homes, townhomes, and garden style condominiums, built around a public 18-hole championship golf course.  The golf course is open to the public.  Penderbrook is comprised of 7 individual Land Bays;  The Fairways, The Greens, The Heights, Inverness, Oxford House, The Mews and Penderbrook Square.  The Penderbrook Community Association (PCA) office is located at 3704 Golf Trail Lane, Fairfax, VA  22033.
 
Our numerous amenities include a clubhouse, fitness center, tennis courts, tot lot, basketball courts, swimming pool complex in addition to the Penderbrook Golf Course.
 
Our community is located near the Fair Oaks Shopping Center, Fair Oaks Hospital, has easy access to Route 66 and is on a bus line that serves the Metro.

The PCA has oversight of the overall common facilities and community amenities which include the clubhouse, fitness center, tennis courts, tot lot, basketball courts and swimming pool complex.  In addition, PCA manages the true common ground and the Penderbrook Golf Course.   
 
NEW RESIDENTS CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE COMMUNITY WELCOME LETTER.
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Penderbrook Facility ID's
Posted on Sep 3rd, 2020
Penderbrook residents in good standing are eligible for facility privileges. The PCA ID card is required for the swimming pool, tennis court and fitness center as well as admittance to community events. Residents who present their PCA ID card at the Penderbrook Golf Course also receive a discount. All residents (12 years old and up) are issued a PCA ID. Note that Penderbrook ID cards are the possession of the PCA and must be returned when you move. There is a $10 fee for any unreturned ID (that must be reconciled prior to the processing of new facility privileges.
  • Items needed for facility access cards: Applications (link is below) completed by the unit owner designating facility use authorization and a copy of your lease or settlement statement papers. You can bring these items to the Penderbrook Office or email them to s.clark@cardinalmanagementgroup.com prior to your office visit. Fitness Center key cards are $15 each and Facility Photo ID cards are $2 each. Replacement ID's are $10. Please bring cash or check as we cannot process credit cards. 
  • The Application for Facility Privileges can be found here and the Fitness Center Key Card Application can be found here.
Ordering Resale/Disclosure Documents
Posted on Sep 2nd, 2020
Did you know that if you are selling your home you are obligated to supply resale/disclosure documents to prospective buyers? Every owner in Penderbrook is required to order documents regarding the Penderbrook Community Association from Cardinal Management Group. Every owner is also required to order documents from their individual landbay Condo/HOA group.
Owners residing in The Heights, The Greens, or The Mews will be ordering both sets of documents from Cardinal Management Group. Owners residing in Fairways, Inverness, Oxford House or Penderbrook Square will need to order one set from Cardinal Management and the second set from the individual landbay Condo/HOA group. Documents are ordered online at Cardinal Management Group's website: www.cardinalmanagementgroup.com. Click on the link that says "order Resale and Other Documents: which will take you to the CondoCerts website at www.cardinalmanagementgroup.condocerts.com.
** New Mulligans Pub on the Green Menu**
Posted on Jun 16th, 2020
Restaurant Hours
Monday - Friday: 11am-5pm
Saturday-Sunday: 10am-5pm
Census Details
Posted on Jun 9th, 2020
What is the Census?
The 2020 Census counts every person living in the United States and five U.S territories. The U.S. Constitution requires that every 10 years a count be conducted of every person living in the United States.  Learn more about the U.S. census in 2020.
 
Why is the Census Important?
For every person not counted, Fairfax County loses $1,200 a year in potential funding.
Census results help determine how billions of dollars in federal funding flow into states and communities each year.
The results determine how many seats in Congress each state gets.
It's mandated by the U.S. Constitution in Article 1, Section 2: The U.S. has counted its population every 10 years since 1790.
Fairfax County's Census Page may be viewed here
Changes to Trash and Recycling in Fairfax County During COVID-19 Emergency
Posted on Jun 9th, 2020
Events are moving fast. Residents should visit the following page on the Fairfax County web site often for breaking information on trash and recycling and county facilities status: 
 
Shredding Events
All shredding events for 2020 have been postponed until further notice.  To check for updates to the shredding schedule for 2020, please visit
 
Glass Recycling
The purple glass recycling program is back. As of Monday, May 11th, purple bins were back at all locations in the county. For a map of locations throughout the Northern Virginia area, please visit
https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/publicworks/recycling-trash/glass.  This page also offers recommendations for safely using the glass drop off program.
 
Yard Waste Collection
Please visit the yard waste collection FAQs at
 
Residential Drop-off Facilities at I-66 Transfer Station and I-95 Landfill Complex
Effective Monday, March 30, 2020 until further notice:
1. Facilities will open to general public from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Administrative buildings are closed.
2. Household hazardous waste and e-waste stations are closed at the I-95 landfill complex. These services remain available at the I-66 transfer station.
3. Commercial Cash (non-residential) receipts are no longer accepted on Sundays. Only receipts from residential customers will be accepted on Sundays.
4. Donation Stations at both locations are closed.
 
 
How to Recycle Right in Fairfax County
For the most part, people agree that recycling is an easy way to do something good for the environment. It is a service that is provided to everyone in Fairfax County that has trash collection,
it’s not an extra service that only some lucky folks get. This includes businesses, schools, houses of worship, and most every place you visit in the course of your day. Recycling definitely works best when it is easy –
the container is easy to find, it’s easy to see that it’s for recyclables only, and you know what to put into the container. What is recyclable in Fairfax County?
 
Let’s start by saying that there are a few rules when it comes to “what’s recyclable?” Recyclables should be:
·         Clean – no liquid, food, or grease left inside the container
·         Dry – if you rinse something out (which you should) give it a little time to dry before you put it into the bin. Mostly, don’t put a half-full bottle of water in the bin – empty it first.
·         Loose – recyclables don’t need to be bagged – in fact, the bags are a problem for local recycling processors.
·         Leave the lid on – it really is for the best.
 
Next, we can focus on what is ALWAYS recyclable in your curbside bin. These are the things that you don’t have to think twice about – they are the most recyclable:
·         Paper – mail, newspapers, cereal boxes, juice boxes, homework, etc.
·         Plastic - #1 and #2 bottles, jugs, and jars. This is just about anything that held a beverage, including milk, OJ, soda, or water.
·         Metal – beer cans, canned vegetables, tuna and cat food cans.
·         Cardboard
 
Next, there are the things that mess up recycling for everyone. They are the things that should never go into your recycling bin at home. They contaminate the rest of the recyclables and end up in the landfill. They are the Filthy Five:
·         Plastic bags – we’ve mentioned this before. Plastic bags get tangled in the recycling equipment; it is better to take them back to the grocery store.
·         Tanglers – things like hangers, garden hoses, and rope. Metal hangers can be returned to the dry cleaners.
·         Diapers – no, they really aren’t recyclable. They may even be a bio-hazard.
·         Take out containers – they may have the recycling symbol, but nobody wants them. Try reusing them.
·         Shredded paper – it just doesn’t survive the trip to the recycler and ends up as litter. You can add it to compost, use it as packing material, or put it in the trash.
 
If this seems simple, it is meant to be. There’s no need to make recycling overly complicated. Some people give up the first time they find out that they did it wrong. If you focus on the things that are always recyclable,
you’re doing great! There are two other recyclables that need some TLC – Glass and Yard Waste. Your hauler is no longer required to collect glass in your recycling bin. If you put it in there, they will probably take it,
but that doesn’t mean that it will be recycled. If you want to know FOR A FACT that your glass is being recycled, take it to a purple glass recycling bin. They are located throughout Fairfax County.
If you’d rather not, just put your glass in the trash. Finally, please remember that yard waste should be placed in a durable container (like an old trash can) or in paper yard waste bags. Plastic bags are not good for the
environment and we are trying to move away from their use. If you still have plastic bags, use them for trash. That’s the best place for them.
 
Please check out the Fairfax County web page or (https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/publicworks/recycling-trash/recycle) for lots of information on recycling in Fairfax County. There are links to resources, fact sheets,
videos, and more. You can request a speaker to come to talk to you and your neighbors about recycling at your next meeting or event. You can also sign up for the Fairfax Recycles Newsletter at
https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/publicworks/recycling-trash/subscribe -fairfax-recycler) for lots of information on recycling, or send us your questions through Recycling@FairfaxCounty.gov.
Penderbrook Neighborhood Response Task Force
Posted on Jun 9th, 2020
The Penderbrook Board President established a Penderbrook Neighborhood Response Task Force to coordinate help to those in Penderbrook who require assistance.
The Task Force is comprised of a network of volunteers to offer aid and support to one another during the Covid-19 outbreak. If you are a Penderbrook resident self-isolating due to Covid-19, there are volunteers that can assist with picking up groceries and prescriptions in the form of front door drop-off’s, running errands or simply providing support in the form of check-ins by phone, or video chat services such as FaceTime or Skype. We are in a situation where health, food, and shelter are the highest priority. This is a time to come together as a community and help neighbors in need.
 
If you or someone you know requires any assistance, please contact Sarah Clark at s.clark@cardinalmanagementgroup.com or 703-359-7084.
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Contact Information
CONTACT INFORMATION 
The Penderbrook Community Association (PCA) manages the overall common facilities;  clubhouse, fitness center, tennis courts, tot lot, basketball courts, swimming pool, and paths.  The PCA does not manage any specific units within the individual Land Bays.  If there is a problem with a unit (mailboxes, parking, trash, neighbors etc.) or a problem in an area of a Land Bay, consult the list below for the appropriate contact information.  Please note that you can simply click on any email below to send a message.  
 
Penderbrook Community Association - Brian Cramp (Manager - Cardinal Management Group)
Phone - 703-359- 7084
Emergency Phone - 1-866-370-2989
 
Fairways - Celeste Jones (Manager - First Service Residential)
Phone - 703-385-1133
 
Greens - Brian Cramp (Manager - Cardinal Management Group)
Phone - 703-591-1818
Emergency Phone - 1-866-370-2989
 
Heights - Brian Cramp (Manager - Cardinal Management Group)
Phone - 703-591-1818
Emergency Phone - 1-866-370-2989
 
Inverness - Mark Howell (Manager - Gates Hudson)**NEW
Phone - 703-752-8300
Emergency Phone - 1-888-660-7132
 
Mews - Brian Cramp (Manager - Cardinal Management Group)
Phone - 703-591-1818
Emergency Phone - 1-866-370-2989
 
Oxford House - Billy Omohundro (Manager - TWC Management) **NEW
Phone - 703-437-5800
 
Penderbrook Square - Tricia Crocker (Site Manager - First Service Residential)
Phone - 703-268-5882
Emergency Phone - 703-385-1133
 
 
 
 
 
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Resale Documents
Per Virginia State Law 55-509.4, every seller must purchase and present a "Disclosure Packet" (aka. resale package) to their buyer.  If you live in Penderbrook, you need to order two sets of Resale Disclosure Packets when you sell your unit;  one for the Penderbrook Community Association and one for your Land Bay association.  The packet provides sixteen state mandated disclosure items including the HOA assessment and fees, outstanding HOA violations, governing documents, board meeting minutes, etc.  
 
For the Penderbrook Community Association, disclosure packets are distributed by Cardinal Management Group exclusively through www.cardinalmanagementgroup.com.  Click the link that says "Order Resale and Other Documents" which will take you to the CondoCerts website at cardinalmanagementgroup.condocerts.com. The site will provide further directions.  The Greens, The Mews, Oxford House and The Heights are also ordered through www.cardinalmanagementgroup.com.  If you live in the Fairways, Inverness or Penderbrook Square, please contact your management company for ordering instructions.
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