• We will hold all board meetings via Zoom until the Covid Restrictions allow us to resume meetings at the club house. Meeting schedule. Thank You.

  • CPS Litigation Notice [PDF document]

  • All activities have been put on hold due to the declaration of the Virginia governor.

  • Click here for Cromwell Park at Salem Animal Control Rules and Comprehensive Rules Review information.

  • Mail Box Numbers

    Although 1.5 inch black adhesive numbers are periodically available at Home Depot or Lowes; this link allows the appropriate numbers to be ordered from Amazon.

  • Video Doorbells and Outdoor Cameras

    Video doorbells such as Ring, Nest, Arlo or any of a number of brands do not require an Architectural Request Application. However, floodlight cameras or any exterior security cameras do require an Architectural Request Application. In the application, include the make and model of the device and the desired location.

  • Trash Removal Reminder

    Please note, Bay Disposal is contracted to empty only the trash totes each Monday in Cromwell Park. Additional trash/bags around the trash tote or bulk items are not included and will not be removed during regular trash pickup. You must contact Bay Disposal at (757) 857-9700 to request a separate pickup and additional fees may apply.

  • Paint Information

    Please refer to this Paint Document [PDF].
  • Schedule of Planned 2020 Regular Board Meetings

    CLICK HERE to read the schedule.
  • 2021 Pool Opening & Rules

    CLICK the POOL INFO tab above for Schedule and Rules.
  • Missing Dryer Vent Covers Can Cause a Fire Hazard.

     Dryer vents should be routinely inspected and cleaned. Please replace damaged covers immediately. This prevents Birds and other animals from entering the vent ductwork.
  • Location of WATER SHUT OFF VALVES: At the Marston units (driveways not by front doors) the valves are located next to the porch. At the Oliver units (driveways come up to front doors) the valves are located between the air conditioning unit and the fence.
  • Cromwell Park Owners Open Forum meets **EVERY OTHER MONTH** starting each January in the Clubhouse at 6:30pm on the 2nd Thursday of the month followed by the Board Meeting at 7:00pm.
  • Cromwell Park Rules and Regulations

    CLICK to view Updated Rules & Regulations
  • Window Re-Screening Suggestion:

    Taylor’s Do It Center
    Kempsville Location
    5258 Fairfield Shopping Center
    Virginia Beach, VA 23464
    (757) 962-9343

    Re-screening a standard window starts at $18 per screen. The frame will need to be brought to their location noted above. (The Association is in no way endorsing or recommending this vendor and takes no responsibility for contractor performance.)

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  • BLEED YOUR PIPES

    When cold weather returns, please remember to bleed your outside water spickets so the pipes don’t freeze.
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  • CLEANING UP AFTER YOUR PET

    The Board of Directors would like to remind our neighbors and guests to walk your pets in designated areas and please clean up after them.
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  • PRESSURE WASHING CONDOMINIUMS

    Quality Service Company at 757-478-4680 and McKown Pressure Wash & Painting at 757-631-2127 are companies that have been used to power wash condominiums in Cromwell Park for pressure washing. The Association is in no way endorsing or recommending these vendors and takes no responsibility for contractor performance.
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  • POOL HOURS: Our community pool will be closed until the start of the 2021 pool season due to Covid-19 restrictions.

     
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  • AVOID BEING TOWED

    See the Parking Rules & Regulations under Documents >> Governing.
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  • TERMITE ALERT

    There have been several units affected by termites. Cromwell Park has a termite contract for all owners with Forrest Exterminating. If you have not had your condo inspected in the last year, make an appointment ASAP. They can be reached at (757)-296-8093.
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  • CAR BREAK-IN at Cromwell Park

    The Virginia Beach Police Department cautions residents to keep their cars locked and to remove valuables or keep them out of view when cars are parked outside. Parking in a locked garage is preferable if possible. They also cautioned residents to keep their garage doors closed as there have been a number of thefts from open garages. Residents should not hesitate to call the police if they see suspicious activity in their neighborhood. It is also requested that you notify the management company so these matters can be discussed during regular meetings with police officials.
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  • DAMAGE to FASCIA BOARDS

    In a past Board meeting it was noted that a legal opinion received from the Association attorney conveyed that fascia boards on the condominiums are not part of the roof system. Therefore, future repairs to any damage to fascia boards will be the responsibility of the owner.
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  • COMMITTEE VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

    Please contact the management company if you are interested in Volunteering for any of the Committees listed under BOARD >> Committees.
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  • SLOW DOWN FOR THE SPEED BUMPS

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  • VERIZON FIOS IS NOT AVAILABLE in Cromwell Park

    Click here for more information.
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  • DOES YOUR FENCE NEED a MAKEOVER ???

    A green mildew is showing up on fences around the neighborhood. One product that has been found effective in eliminating this mildew is "Wet and Forget," available at Costco, Lowes, and other locations. It is a "moss, mold, mildew and algae stain remover" that is non-caustic and contains no bleach. When mixed with one part of the concentrate and five parts water, you just spray it on and leave it. When tested recently with a single application on one of our fences, it removed 90% of the mildew in a day, and the remainder was gone within three days. Give it a try!
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    All Cromwell Park at Salem Homeowners:
    Board of Directors Board Meeting, Thursday, July-16-2020

    Pool Closing Status
    The Board has reviewed:
    a. The Governor’s requirements for COVID-19 compliance such as; admission capacity restrictions, COVID-19 pool admittance medical questionnaire completion prior to entrance to the pool area, social distancing monitoring compliance at all times, adding a hand sanitizing station, and periodic cleaning of the bathroom facilities and wipe down of all touched surfaces.
    b. The recommendations provided by the Executive Director of the Southeastern Virginia Chapter Community Associations Institute located in Virginia Beach, VA.
    c. Review of our Legal counsel’s feedback pertaining to the requirements for all types of businesses and activities covered by the COVID-19 reopening Phase Three Guidelines issued by the Commonwealth of Virginia. It included those Guidelines that are most likely to affect community associations in order to assist associations in making decisions that can affect all of the owners and residents in the community.
    d. Confirmed that the Association’s liability coverage excludes communicable diseases, and this would include COVID-19.
    e. Listen to feedback from the Homeowners Forum participants.

    Therefore, The Board approved the closing the pool for the remainder of the 2020 season effective immediately. Additionally, we will request a contract review with our pool maintenance company for a reduction in fees for the balance of the year due to this early closing.

    The Board recognizes that this is a most unfortunate event, however, the safety and health of our community remains one of our more significant priorities.
    Gary Scott
    HOA President



    As a reminder, the pool rules are listed below:

    POOL RULES

    • Pool area and pool capacity limit is 35 individuals.
    • Swim at your own risk.
    • A lifeguard may be on duty subject to the approval of the Board of Directors and may vary from year to year.
    • Pool use is for residents and their guests only. Guests are permitted only if accompanied by an adult resident.
    • Owners must be current in the association assessments in order to utilize the pool and clubhouse facilities. If an owner is not current, all use of the clubhouse and of pool passes is revoked until assessments are current. The association through its management firm reserves the right to deny use of the pool area, as needed.
    • Pool passes are distributed by the Association through the management firm. One (1) pass per unit will be issued. (If an owner leases his/her unit, the owner may not use the facilities.) If pool is “at capacity,” resident usage will take priority over guests.
    • No one under the age of 16 years is allowed in the pool area or pool without a parent or guardian present.
    • In the pool area and in the pool: No diving is allowed. No glass is allowed. No loud noise of abusive behavior of any kind is allowed. No alcohol is allowed. No food or drink is allowed on the pool deck area within 10 feet of the pool.
    • Float noodles are allowed in the pool and may be used as floating devices only. Floating devices may be worn for swim safety. No other items of any kind are allowed in the pool except for small items to allow limited exercising by residents and/or use by a parent or guardian with children.
    • Radios or other battery operated devices may be used only with personal earphones.
    • All persons entering the pool area assume the risks and agree not to hold the Association, the management firm, its contractors and/or employees or agent responsible for personal injury, or for loss or damage to personal property.