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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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County Waste has informed us that sections of Midshipman Drive, Farragut Drive, Harpoon Drive, Stateroom Drive, Admiral Drive, Aquia Drive, Victoria Drive, Coast Guard Drive and connecting streets were not serviced during yesterday’s yard waste pick up. These streets will have their yard waste collected today. County Waste apologizes for the inconvenience.
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From the Stafford County Sheriff's Office:

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We have received several questions regarding Trick or Treating on 10/31. There is a storm forecasted with rain and wind throughout the day into the evening hours. If residents choose to trick or treat please use caution. Rain and wind decrease visibility, vehicle and pedestrian traffic should be hyper vigilant and cautious if you go out for trick or treating. Avoid high traffic streets if possible. AHPD will have additional staff patrolling and handing out flashing lights. In cases of lightning seek the shelter of a friendly neighbor’s porch if possible.

Safety Tips:

· Use flashlights and wear reflective or light-colored clothing.

· Stay in a group while trick-or-treating and only visit homes with porch lights on.

· Never enter the home of a stranger or accept rides from a stranger.

· Young children should always be accompanied by an adult.

· Have an adult inspect candy before eating it.

· Have your name, address, phone number attached to your child’s costume...