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Loudoun County Occupancy Guidelines
Posted on Jul 21st, 2023
Loudoun County Occupancy Guidelines: Loudoun County has a zoning ordinance in place which states:

a. There cannot be more than 4 individuals living in a property if they are not family-related.
b. If the primary occupants are related or married, there cannot be more than two additional non-related members in the property.

c. Basement dwellings must have a full kitchen and bedroom with a window.

If you are concerned about an overcrowding issue in a property, you may report it to Loudoun County for investigation.

The methods to file a complaint to the county are:
a. File a complaint using the Loudoun County Express Request form
b. Call the Overcrowding Hotline at 703-737-8190.
Dog Waste and Dog Walking Responsibility
Posted on Jul 28th, 2020
Timberbrooke Estates is to home to more than a hundred human residents and dozens of 4-legged friends. As a dog owner, it's your responsibility to always walk your dog on a leash and to clean up after they do their business. Bag dog waste and dispose of the bags promptly in your own trash. Do not allow your dog to walk on your neighbor's property. 
Trash & Recycling Pickup Schedule
Posted on Jun 24th, 2019
Trash pickup normally occurs every Tuesday and Friday....  Recycling and yard waste pickup normally occurs on Friday afternoons.  Please put your bins out on the street the night prior to scheduled pickup dates. Remember to SECURE ALL TRASH AND RECYCLING. Do not leave out loose trash, papers, cans, plastic bottles - as they will blow.
If you have specific questions pertaining to the impact of certain holidays please reference American Disposal Services website directly at www.americandisposal.com.  
How to Maintain a Bradford Pear Tree?
Posted on Apr 17th, 2019
A very good article is available in the 'documents' section of this website.
How to properly dispose of fallen tree branches and other yard debris?
Posted on Feb 19th, 2018
American Disposal Services WILL NOT remove the debris from fallen trees and branches during normal trash pickup.  They will remove normal yard waste (bagged leaves/grass/plants) but not branches or cutup tree stumps.  In addition, some homeowners are unknowingly harming the environment by disposing of their yard debris (leaves, branches, etc.) incorrectly.  To help educate our homeowners a very handy Q&A document is now available in the 'documents”' section of this website.

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