The County has no authority over condominiums or homeowners' associations. Through publications and presentations, the Consumer Affairs Branch provides information to these associations. For a presentation to your community please email or call 703-222-8435, TTY 711.
The Office of the Common Interest Community Ombudsman assists members in understanding rights and the processes available to them according to the laws and regulations governing common interest communities and respond to general inquiries.
- The Community Association Guide and Homeowners' Association and Condominium Association Legislative Update.
- Many statutes of the Code of Virginia and the Code of Fairfax County, including the Zoning Ordinance, are pertinent to community associations.
Charge Up Fairfax
Charge Up Fairfax is a program to help residents of homeowners associations (HOAs) and condominium owners associations (COAs) access charging for electric vehicles (EVs).
Charge Up Fairfax supports HOAs in identifying and overcoming challenges, both technical and financial, to on-site EV charging for residents and their guests. For the purpose of this program, HOA communities can include multi-family condo buildings, clusters, or townhome communities that offer common area parking that is accessible for residents and their guests.