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Tornado Preparedness
Link to Tornado Preparedness
Tornadoes may strike quickly, with little or no warning and the most important part of tornado safety is being prepared. Be alert to changing weather conditions and know the difference between a tornado watch and a tornado warning. Consider subscribing to alerts from your local television stations, the National Weather Service or downloading a mobile application, such as Ready Virginia.
Tornado Watch – Tornadoes are possible. Remain alert for approaching storms.
Tornado Warning – A tornado has been sighted or indicated by weather radar. Take shelter immediately.
What to do if you are inside:  
The safest place during a tornado is the interior part of a basement. If your home does not have a basement, go to an interior room without windows on the lowest possible floor.
In an office building or school, go to an interior hallway on a lower floor or a designated shelter area that provides a buffer from strong winds and flying debris, such as a center hallway, bathroom, or closet.
Stay inside until you are certain the storm has passed.
What to do if you are outside:
The strength and path of a tornado is unpredictable and if you are outside as a tornado approaches, seek shelter in a sturdy structure immediately.
During a tornado, if possible drive to a nearby shelter but do not attempt to outrun the tornado in your vehicle. High winds and flying debris can affect driving conditions, which may require that you leave your car and find a ditch or low area that is away from trees and other objects that could become projectiles. Do not seek shelter underneath a bridge or overpass. Remember, many injuries sustained during a tornado are associated with flying debris and high winds; it is important to protect your head and neck as much as possible.
What to do if you are in a mobile home:
Do not remain in mobile homes during tornadoes, leave immediately and seek shelter in the basement of a nearby building. Even mobile homes with tie-downs may overturn during a tornado.
Because tornadoes can occur with little, if any, warning, every second is important. Be prepared, have an emergency plan and practice tornado drills frequently with your family to make sure everyone knows the safest place to seek shelter. Information to help you and your family to prepare an emergency plan is available at Link to more information

Welcome New Neighbors
More than a destination at the end of the day, a community is a place you want to call home and where you feel at home. There is a difference between living in a community and being part of that community. Being part of a community means sharing with your neighbors a common desire to promote harmony and contentment.
Welcome to The Village At Quarterpath. We encourage all residents to participate in making our Community the best that it can be for all of us.
Contact us by using the Contact Us form on this website to find out how you can help. Let us know of your interests and expertise. There is plenty to do.

Pick Up Your Dog's Waste
It is your responsibility to pick up your dog's waste, whether in the common area, by mail boxes or in your yard. Additionally, the landscape company will not mow your grass if there is excessive dog waste in your yard.
While the HOA could assess a fine for a violation, it is our hope that everyone will respect their neighbors, as well as our support contractors, and clean up after their pets.

Volunteers Needed
The Village at Quarterpath welcomes your participation.  If you have the time and an area of expertise that is helpful to our neighborhood, contact a Board member or Town Management.

Trash/Recycling Bins
Trash collection occurs on Mondays and recycling collection happens every other Monday.   A friendly reminder that trash and recycling bins must be removed from view of any common area by Tuesday mornings.  They can only be in view on collection days.  Otherwise, they need to be stored behind fully enclosed visual barriers to shield them from view.  Thank you!

Look for your Association Newsletter which should be mailed and emailed to you in the next few weeks.  If you would like to submit information for the newsletter, contact Barbara Chowning at 240-449-6234.

Town Management
Town Management Company's Representative is Jim Seal's contact information is as follows:
Jim Seal, CPM, RPA
Town Management
4801 Courthouse Street, Suite 202
P O Box 5010
Williamsburg, VA 23188
ph (757) 565-6200