Hurricane Preparedness

Sep 12, 2018

South Riding Proprietary is prepared for potential impacts from Hurricane Florence and encourages residents to take actions as well.

In addition to the precautions and recommendations provided by Loudoun County, residents should consider the following actions as well:

  • Confirm that your sump pump is working and consider installing a battery backup.
  • Inspect your property to confirm that gutters and downspouts are free of debris and positioned properly and secure items that can be impacted by high winds.

Due to the existing saturated ground conditions, forecasters have warned of increased potential for downed trees with this storm. Please review the following information about how to respond or report to downed trees:

  • What to do if a tree falls on your property: If a tree falls on your property from any adjoining property, including your neighbors, HOA common area, or county property, the impacted property owner is responsible for removal and or damages. Typically, the homeowner’s insurance for the impacted property will respond to claims for damage related to a fallen tree.
  • To report fallen trees on SRP common areas impacting trails or streets: Staff will be proactively monitoring the community. Submit concerns to townhall@southriding.net
  • To report fallen trees on VDOT roadways: Submit concerns to: https://my.vdot.virginia.gov/ or 1-800-367-7623.
  • Here you can find a street list of who maintains your street.


Fall Yard Sale Rescheduled - As you know the Yard Sale is advertised as rain or shine event however due to the Hurricane we have decided to reschedule the event to next Saturday, September 22nd.  Registration is reopen until midnight on Sunday, September 16th if you wish to sign up for the new date.