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Founded as Virginia’s first planned residential community in the mid 1960s, Reston embodies its founding principles of “Live, Work, Play and Get Involved.” The Reston Association (RA) is a not-for-profit, non-stock corporation that serves a community of about 60,000 people and is one of the largest community associations in the United States. Reston’s membership is comprised of 21,346 residential units. All residential property owners and renters subject to the Reston Deed are automatically members of the Reston Association.

Reston Association sustains and protects the community’s quality of life by caring for Reston’s natural environment and recreational facilities, and administering its architectural and maintenance covenants. As the community’s steward, RA is responsible for maintaining the quality of life in Reston, chiefly by caring for and administering the community’s most precious asset – its real property. As a steward, RA has three major roles:

RA provides parks and recreation facilities and amenities like those of a city or town. The association maintains and operates a vast array of recreational facilities, including 15 pools, 52 tennis courts, 55 miles of paved pathways, ballfields, playgrounds, multipurpose courts, picnic areas, garden plots and a variety of rental facilities for public meetings and gatherings. In addition, it provides the membership with a wide variety of opportunities to participate in many educational and recreational leisure programs and events, including aquatics, tennis, camps, senior programs and environmental education.

RA seeks to preserve property values in Reston through a system of covenants and restrictions that govern the design, maintenance, and use of property, as broadly spelled out in the Deed; and

RA seeks to protect Reston’s natural beauty and environment. The association maintains and nurtures over 1,300 acres of open space, including 4 lakes, 3 ponds, streams, wetlands, forests, and meadows, as well as a 72-acre nature education center with its LEED Gold Certified Nature House facility.

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