Land Use Map

Common Questions:

Which areas are part of the Nutrient Bank?

The areas labeled as “Woods within conversion area” represent the designated Nutrient Bank zones. Additionally, the regions marked as “Meadows within conversion area” (depicted in light brown) are also considered part of the Nutrient Bank; however, they do not feature saplings planted within them.

Which areas have landscaping?

Within the community landscaping contract, the areas identified as “Turfgrass” receive routine maintenance.

Which areas are owned by the HOA?

Ownership of properties and trails within the community is not exclusive to the HOA. Some parcels of land are owned by local homeowners, businesses, and the county. For a comprehensive understanding of property boundaries and ownership, it is advisable to refer to the Prince William County Mapper.