1. Welcome to the Aquia Harbour Property Owner's Association website. After you register, you may want to spend a bit of time reviewing the "tutorials" forum.
  2. That's right folks, we have a bunch of ways for you to "follow" important announcements posted. On Twitter as AHPOA. On FaceBook as "aquiaharbour".
  3. Oct. 24 - Regular board meeting at 7 p.m. at the Country Club
  4. Oct. 28 - Trunk or Treat at Lions Park from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
  5. Oct. 31 - Community trick or treating from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Aquia Harbour

Image 01 Image 02 Image 03 Image 04 Image 05

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

by Office at 10:32 AM
(80 Views / 0 Likes)
A local team of volunteers is teaming with USAA to deliver critical supplies to North Carolina next week. There will be a second trip for more basic supplies but for this trip - what is needed is:

Bottled Water
Dry goods food
Basic medical supplies
Rag towels

If you are in a position to help with these specific items the HARBOUR INN 1417 Washington Drive will serve as the collection spot from SUNDAY 9/16 through THURSDAY evening 9/20.

SUNDAY through THURSDAY only.

Please leave bottled water stacked in the parking lot. Thank you for your generosity. Recovery is going to take many months for our southern neighbors. If you have any questions about donations for this relief team, you can contact Traci at 571-330-0151.
by Office at 1:39 PM
(112 Views / 0 Likes)
Confidence is high from the Stafford Situation Room and the NHC that we have dodged this bullet.
The new storm track updates have greatly reduced the impact threat for Stafford County. Rainfall for our area has been reduced to 2-4inches. While the threat is reduced, we are still expecting to see heavy rain continuing into next week that has the potential to cause flooding, road closures and downed trees. Soil saturation for our area is already at 98% so even the reduced rainfall amounts will have an impact.

It's clear we can relax a little but you should never turn your back on a 140MPH storm so stay tuned. For us, it looks like its going to be an event of rain and light winds Fri-Sun that could produced localized flooding. As you are exhaling, please keep the good people of the Carolinas in your thoughts, especially the first...