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Arlington Oaks,
A Condominium,
professionally managed
by Zalco Realty, Inc.

Management Office &
Community Center Address
4490 N. Pershing Drive
Arlington, VA 22203

Email:
office@arlingtonoaks.com


Office Hours:
Monday: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday: 9:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Wed. - Fri.: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Saturday: 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Tel. 703-524-0601
Fax 703-524-0745
After Hours Emergencies
301-585-0088

 

 
Welcome
 
 


Residents are encouraged to use the Building Link information management portal.  For more information, click here: BuildingLink
PLEASE BREAK DOWN BOXES WHEN RECYCLING - THANKS!
 
 
  Thank you to everyone who attended the Rescheduled Annual Meeting of the Membership on Wednesday, January 21, 2015.  Congratulations to Michael Cieslak and Koren Melfi on their election to the Board of Directors.  
 
Your 2015 Board of Directors:
Brian Tucker, President
Aimee Hiskett, Vice President
Koren Melfi, Treasurer
Greg Brady, Secretary
Michael Cieslak, Director
 
THE AFTER-HOURS EMERGENCY CONTACT
PHONE NUMBER IS : 301-585-0088

 
Arlington Oaks is professionally managed by Zalco Realty, Inc.
For more information, click here: Zalco Realty, Inc.
 

News
Resident Handbook Revision- PODS
Posted on Sep 5th, 2014

Resident Handbook Revision- POD Requests   (As approved by the Board of Directors 8/20/14) 
Unit owners or residents must submit a written request to Management for permission to store a POD (personal moving or storage container) on property.  A written request can be submitted in person at the Association Office, mailed via US regular mail or emailed to office@arlingtonoaks.com.  Verbal requests will not be considered.  Storage of said unit(s) is limited to up to five (5) days and can take up no more than two parking spaces.   A request is not considered approved until a written response is sent by Management to the requestor detailing approval terms.  
 
 
Arlington County Manager Identifies Potential Public Land Sites for Affordable Housing, Schools
Posted on Jun 25th, 2014
Arlington County Eyes Lubber Run and Other Public Land for Affordable Housing
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Hot Topics
Lubber Run Park Future/ Public Comment Period Extended to October 31, 2014
 
Arlington County is considering tearing down Lubber Run Park at the intersection of N. George Mason and N. Park Drive.  Suggestions have included building something new over the entire lot such as affordable housing which would remove the open green spaces, playground, basketball courts, and parking lot.  Residents are strongly encouraged to comment online to the County.  The comment deadline has been extended to October 31, 2014.  For more information regarding this issue, click on the link below which will also contain the link to provide online comments to the County:
 
http://www.arlnow.com/?s=affordable+housing+plan+for+community+center+draws
 
WHAT'S GOING ON IN CLARENDON-COURTHOUSE-ROSSLYN?
 
Try the Patch for the latest buzz: http://clarendon.patch.com/
 

BIKE THE SITES
 
The capital city’s flat terrain, abundance of bike paths and spectacular sites including the cherry blossoms make it a great place to tour by bike! Whether you want a full service guided tour or just want to grab a bike and go, we deliver the best of DC and Alexandria. Bikethesites.com
 
 
DO YOU HAVE "WATERSENSE"?
 
Save Water, Save Energy – Choose “Watersense” certified products when shopping for a new toilet, faucets or shower heads!  Community water costs are directly related to increases in our condo fees!
It takes a considerable amount of energy to deliver and treat the water you use everyday. American public water supply and treatment facilities consume about 56 billion kilowatt-hours (kWh) per year—enough electricity to power more than 5 million homes for an entire year. For example, letting your faucet run for five minutes uses about as much energy as letting a 60-watt light bulb run for 14 hours. More info. here.

Local Businesses & Services
 
Birthday Parties, Bridal & Baby Showers? Club Meetings?
 
The meeting room in the Arlington Oaks Community Center is available for rental by residents for parties, meetings, etc. Reservation Form available here. Please call the office to check availability and discuss details.