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Aquia Harbour

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Aquia Harbour is the premier gated community of Stafford County, Virginia. We are located approximately 45 miles south of Washington DC, 15 miles north of Fredericksburg and 70 miles north of Richmond. The historic Aquia Creek runs through our community providing a year-round navigable waterway leading to the Potomac River and on to the Chesapeake Bay. Beautiful woodlands surround our homes and give the community the feel of a delightful country setting. “The Harbour”, as we often refer to our community, encompasses over 2,000 acres including 400 acres of protected wetlands. Wildlife abounds; you can watch osprey fish the creek and see deer feeding in the surrounding forest. We are far enough away from the city to see a myriad of stars light the evening skies but close enough to be visiting the sites of Washington, DC in under an hour.

webmaster contact: ahpoa@aquiaharbour.org

1221 Washington Drive, Stafford, VA  22554  (540) 659-3050

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To All Waste Management customers,

Waste Management has informed us that as well as its regular household trash pick up on Thursday, it will also be coming in to the Harbour tomorrow, Wednesday March 4, to pick up trash. This will help residents whose trash was not picked up on Monday because of the snow and it will decrease the amount of trash that Waste Management will have to pick up on Thursday.
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The front gate has turned in some glasses, in a case, to the business office. The case and glasses were found on Aquia Drive several days ago. If you believe they might be yours, please contact us at (540) 659-3050.
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Residents in sections 2 and 3 may have experienced low water pressure and/or brown water coming out of their taps today (February 12). These problems were caused by some repair work that Stafford County had to undertake on Cutter Cove. Residents should let tap water run until it runs clear before using it. For more information, please call Stafford County Utilities at 658-8630.