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Friendly Reminder

posted Sep 19, 2012, 11:06 AM by Quail Valley HOA

Pet owners remember it is your responsibility to prevent pets from running loose and to remove pet excrement immediately. Let’s keep the commons green!

Green Back to School Tips

posted Sep 19, 2012, 11:00 AM by Quail Valley HOA

1. Before going back-to-school shopping for supplies, take an inventory of what you already have and craft a shopping list of PVC-free school supplies that are really needed.

2. If your child takes lunch to school, try packing food in reusable containers. Instead of disposable utensils, try packing bamboo cutlery.

3. Pack fruits and vegetables that are in season, paying particular attention to which foods have high uses of pesticides, and make sure to include plenty of different colors and tastes!

4. Whether your child prefers aluminum or plastic, reusable BPA-free water bottles can be an eco-friendly alternative.

5. Growing kids need new clothes pretty often, and throwing away old duds is a huge waste. Why not organize a neighborhood clothing swap, or donate old clothes to Goodwill? Replace these pieces with affordable, eco-friendly styles.

No Firelane Parking

posted Sep 19, 2012, 10:58 AM by Quail Valley HOA

Parking in the fire lanes has jumped onto the headlines of the Quill because of a recent neighborhood house fire.  Emergency Services could not get by the cars parked along the fire lane in the court.  Fortunately no one was hurt – this time.  

The Fire and Rescue Department appreciates the voluntary compliance by all residents and visitors with the fire lane markings.  Because of the recent incident, please be aware that parking in the fire lane at any time is a risk and offending vehicle can be immediately towed or the owner fined $250 per occurrence.

If you see a fire lane parking infraction, please contact the Police non-emergency line at 301-279-8000. If you have questions as to why a “Fire Lane” sign is posted, please contact Assistant Fire Marshal, Marie

LaBaw at 240-773-8917 or

A full copy of the Montgomery County Parking Code is available through the County’s site:

Social Committee - Looking for Members

posted Nov 9, 2011, 7:53 PM by Quail Valley HOA   [ updated Sep 19, 2012, 11:09 AM ]

The Quail Valley Social Committee is looking for ideas to plan for the community. Residents are encouraged to join and contribute their ideas. You are always welcome to stop by our monthly meeting on the third Thursday of every month at 7:00 pm in the pool house or drop off any ideas at the onsite managers office attached to the clubhouse on 18701 Quail Valley Blvd.

Neighbor Watch - Looking for Volunteers

posted Nov 10, 2010, 7:21 PM by Quail Valley HOA   [ updated Sep 19, 2012, 11:10 AM ]

Earlier this year the Board of Directors brought back to life the Neighborhood Watch Program supported by Montgomery County Department of Police. The Neighborhood Watch Group is looking for volunteers for each street within the community. If you are interested, please email, noting your interest.   We already have signs posted, now let's make our neighborhood safer place.

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