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What’s Coming in 2023: ●CHCA is looking into hiring our own lifeguard staff and signing a separate pool maintenance contract.  Our goal is to have a safe, controlled, and enjoyable environment for everyone during pool season! ●We are working towards implementing an electronic communication source with our residents. What does that mean?  It means that we are working towards creating an e-mail list to send out meeting reminders, event reminders, newsletters and/or notes, etc. to our residents. Please remember if your mailing address, e-mail address, phone number, or changed property managers to please update your information with our office. All of our forms can be found on our website under "Forms and Resources". Please e-mail with all updates.
Our plan for all CHCA Sponsored events is to make them bigger and better for 2023, in order for us to do that we would need your help volunteering for the events to make it happen!  Please stop into the office for more information and to sign up.  The first event for 2023 will be the Eggstravaganza in April.
Chimney Hill Declaration of Covenants, Covenant for Maintenance Assessments, Section 2: Purpose of Assessments: The assessments levied by the Association shall be used exclusively to promote the recreation, health, safety, and welfare of the residents in Chimney Hill and for the improvements and maintenance of the Common Area.
Section 3,C: The maximum annual assessment may be increased each year not more than the increase; if any, in the Revised Consumer Price Index – U.S. City Averages, all items published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics of the United States Department of Labor.
The assessments for 2023 will be $284.00. Invoices will be mailed via Truist in January 2023. Assessments are due by March 31st of every year unless otherwise stated. Online payments would be made through  Your original bill pay number, unit number, and serial number from BB&T have not changed.   Acceptable forms of payment: check, money order, or cashier’s check made payable to CHCA. We DO NOT accept debit, credit cards or cash - there will not be any exceptions. If not paid by March 31, 2023, then a 5% late fee will be added to all unpaid assessments and will be referred to our collection attorney on May 01, 2023. Functions that take place at Chimney Hill are for all Chimney Hill homeowners and renters (with permission from the homeowner), as long as the assessments are paid. Please be sure that your assessments are paid to prevent any delay in letting you have access to the pool, basketball courts, tennis courts, and pickleball court, events, clubhouse, the ACC, and Homeowner’s meetings.
COMMUNITY DROP BOX: The drop box is located at the front of the office door. You can drop off all correspondence, including your HOA Assessment Payments. *Please always include your name and property address so we can contact you if needed.


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  Please fill out and submit the survey labeled “Common Area Survey/Events” under “Forms and Resources”
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CHCA residents this is a reminder from the 4th precinct Community Liaison Officer to secure your property by following these safety tips.

2022 Assessments

 The assessments for 2022 will be $262.00, although, the Board approved to credit each property in the amount of $18.00 for the loss of the pool.  The amount of the credit is based on the amount of credits from AAA.
The total amount due for 2022 Assessments if paid by March 31, 2022, will be $244.00 for the calendar year.

2022 Invoices may look different: BB&T and Suntrust have merged to Truist.  Invoices will be mailed via Truist in January 2022. Assessments are due by March 31st of every year unless otherwise stated. Online payments would be made through  Your original bill pay number, unit number, and serial number from BB&T have not changed.

Acceptable forms of payment: check, money order, or cashier’s check made payable to CHCA. We DO NOT accept debit, credit cards, or cash - there will not be any exceptions.

If not paid by March 31, 2022, then a 5% late fee will be added to all unpaid assessments and will be referred to our collection attorney on May 01, 2022.

Updating Rec Cards:
If you already have a Rec Card, please bring in your old passes and we will re-sticker them with 2021 stickers. Please be sure that your assessments are paid and that your account has a zero balance to prevent any delay.
Replacement passes are $5.00 each exact cash only.
If you are a new homeowner or you are a homeowner who has never received a pass please go to our website click on the tab "forms & resources", fill out the pool pass form and email to or drop it in the mail slot in the front door, we'll make your passes & call you once they are ready for pick up.
If you are a new tenant or a tenant who has never received a Rec Card, then the homeowner or property manager will need to follow the steps above and submit the proper paperwork to us before we can issue passes.

If you do not wish to receive the Super Savors Shopping advertisements being delivered to your driveway in the yellow plastic bag, please call the automated hotline at 757-446-2533, give them your address and they will discontinue the deliveries.
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Exterior Holiday lighting shall not be directed in a manner or be so bright as to create a nuisance to your neighbors. Seasonal lighting and decorations shall be permitted in Chimney Hill; however, all lights and decorations must be removed after the associated holiday has passed. Christmas lights, displays and decorations must be removed by the last day of January. Other temporary lights and displays must be removed within ten (10) days after the function or holiday that they were erected for.

Virginia Beach City Ordinance Sec. 33-13 Duty of property owners and occupants to keep abutting streets and sidewalks free of litter. All owners or occupants of real property shall maintain the sidewalks and curbs and the right-of-way up to the edge of the pavement of any public street abutting such property and one-half of abutting alleys in a clean and litter-free condition. All owners or occupants of real property adjacent to a sound wall or similar noise attenuation structure shall maintain the area between the property line and the sound wall or similar noise attenuation structure in a clean and litter-free condition. This is to include yard waste, trash, mud or sludge, newspapers, phone books, and all other foreign matter that can be washed down the Wastewater Storm Drain System. Keep the area grass edge and neatly trimmed and remove same from the sidewalks.

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DO NOT BLOCK MAILBOXES OR DRIVEWAYS- Please be considerate and not block driveways and mailboxes. U.S. Postal Service regulations require the approach to curbside mail receptacles to be unobstructed so the carrier can serve the box without leaving the vehicle, i.e. Trash & Recycle Containers, lawn waste, bulk waste pick-up items, and automobiles. Regulations also stipulate mail receptacles and support systems shall be maintained in good condition at all times.
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EASEMENTS: VB City (Code 23-48) Open Storage of Junk It is unlawful for any property owner or occupant to store
dilapidated furniture, appliances, machinery, building materials, or any other item which is rusted, wrecked, junked,
dismantled or inoperative on private property. All rubbish, trash, and garbage shall be removed from the Lots and
shall not be allowed to accumulate thereon. All owners of property within the CHCA are required to keep all
easements that abut their property clean from trash, furniture, building materials and such other items. **All owners are
responsible for keeping the area mowed and all trees, vines, shrubs plants are to be maintained in accordance with
the Associations Controlling Documents and City code.

Trash cans or other trash containers, including recycling bins, shall be stored so they are not visible from the street and neighboring properties, if possible and shall not become a nuisance or cause damage to the adjoining property. It will be your responsibility to repair and or replace any damage at your total cost. Townhome trash cans/recycling bins should be neatly placed by the house, with the lids closed and no overflow. Trash and Recycle cans are not to be put out for pick-up until the afternoon before your scheduled pick-up and will be removed from the street and/or curb and properly stored out of site. If your trash and/or recycling container is damaged or missing any parts, including the lid or wheels, must be replaced. Recycle Cans are free and your trash container comes with a 10 year warranty, if the warranty has expired, the replacement cost is $75.00 for the 95-gallon container. If repair or replacement is needed and is still under warranty, you will need to provide the serial number located on the container when calling the City Public Waste Management department at 385-4650. NOTE: Only those containers approved by the City of Virginia Beach and the Chimney Hill Community Association Board of Directors shall be used.
Trash cans
We are currently seeking Homeowners to volunteer for our ACC Committee. We meet the 1st Tuesday of every month at 7pm the meeting takes place in our clubhouse. The specific purposes for which the ACC Committee is formed is to maintain, preservation and architectural control of the individual properties and common areas within Chimney Hill Community Association. Fill out the “ACC Member Application” under “Forms and Resources” and E-mail it to
Fill out the “Board of Directions Application” under “Forms and Resources” and E-mail it to

Sitting on the board of your homeowner’s association is a rewarding way to get involved in your community, get to know your neighbors, and personally ensure that your property values are preserved and protected–for the immediate future and in the long run. Many residents want to serve on their HOA board but are not sure where to start. We have discovered that there are certain traits that make for excellent board members. Here is what to look for if you are thinking of serving on your community’s HOA board.
Enjoy volunteering!
Every board member in a homeowner’s association is a volunteer. Therefore, they must have the time, patience, and enthusiasm to dedicate themselves to community issues, even though they receive no monetary compensation.
Are civic-minded.
The best board members want to get to know their neighbors, enjoy building community, and take pride in the place they live. They put their community’s best interests first and seek to build long-term value for their community, both socially and financially.
Are positive and optimistic.
Managing a community comes with many challenges. Great HOA board members bring positive expectations to their role and refuse to get discouraged, even when faced with tough decisions.
Exercise fairness
Board members are there to serve their communities, not their own personal interests. Great board members understand this and demonstrate respect to all community members, regardless of how they feel about an issue personally. Their friends receive no special benefits; they know that HOA rules must be evenly applied to all community members.
Know that the rules apply to them, too.
Just because a resident serves on an HOA board does not mean that they are exempt from any community regulations. Good board members understand this and never try to use their position for personal gain.
Take their role seriously!
Board members work in tandem with a community’s HOA management company to preserve and protect the value of the properties in their community. They understand their responsibility as a fiduciary of a HOA.
Have a mind for business!
In addition to the social aspects of running a community smoothly, great board members can see the big picture and make smart long-term business decisions that will ultimately increase property values for all residents. They listen to the expert advice provided by their HOA management company and do not rush into any hasty decisions.
Understand that their authority comes as a board, not a board member!
Great HOA board members know that they possess no individual authority; rather, in their role as a unified board, they make group decisions that positively impact their communities. Therefore, they quickly support group decisions, even if they are counter to their own personal opinion.
Want to become more educated!
Community management is a detailed business. Changing laws, liability issues, and responding to community needs in real-time require detailed knowledge and deep understanding of the concerns that can impact a community. Great board members take advantage of the training and HOA management resources offered by their Management Company and educational opportunities at trade organizations such as Community Associations Institute (CAI), to ensure they are educated enough to make keen decisions.
If you think you might be a good fit to serve on the board of your community’s homeowners association, call your HOA management company to learn more about the steps you should take. Finally, we recommend attending one or more community board meetings by volunteering for a specific committee so you can see the team dynamic firsthand to get a sense of how you might serve your community with your own passion, enthusiasm, and expertise.


The dropbox is located at the front of the office door. You can drop off all correspondence including your HOA Assessment Payments in the form of Check, Money Order or Cashier's Check. *Please always include your name and property address so we can contact you if needed. It is important to include your address with all written correspondence including mail so we can contact you. There have been numerous times when there isn't a return address and we cannot get ahold of that Homeowner. 

Virginia Beach Issues Permit and Fee Guidelines

The city has issued new information on permits and fees. Click either of the links below for the information you might need.
Construction and Permit Guidelines
2019 Fee Schedule