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Welcome to our community! - This page features information that most often affects renters.


Trash - See our trash page for pickup details and contact information for our trash company.

Parking - Please check out our parking information page. It contains the parking regulations and information about the towing company. Renters unaware of the parking / towing rules can inadvertantly have costly issues.

Lease - A copy of your lease needs to be on file at the Association office. You can scan and e-mail it, or drop by the office with a copy and we can scan it for you. This can be done by the homeowner, or the tenant, but needs to be done as soon as possible after the lease is created.You can send notice to us at comptonvillage@verizon.net

Communication - Most communication with residents in Compton Village is done via e-mail. Once your lease is on file, please send your e-mail address to the HOA so that it can be added to the property record and you can ensure that you recieve all relevant commuications as well as the newsletters.

Pool - Take a look at our pool page. Keep in mind that pool passes are legally the property of the homeowner and in order for you to get pool passes, the HOA has to have the owner's (or property management company's) signature on the form releasing them.

Association Office - The Association office is located at 14401 Compton Village Drive. Office hours are Monday through Thursday from 9-2. The e-mail address is comptonvillage@verizon.net and the phone is 703-815-0014.

Architectural Review Board - As a renter, you don't have direct responsibility to the Architectural Review Board; however, you should be aware of the ARB policies so that you don't accidentally create a problem for the homeowner.