Welcome to the Villas at Falls Run Condominium Association
Landmarc Real Estate
Ryan Fernett, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
540-371-3406, ext. 213
Kathy Bullock, Admin. Specialist
540-371-3406, ext. 216
Tracy Hymes, Accounts Manager
540-371-3406, ext. 211
Emergency (24 Hours):
Falls Run Concierge
Villas Condominium Association (VCA)
May meeting of the Villa Building & Grounds Committee
There will be a regular meeting of the Villa Building and Grounds Committee on Thursday, May 16 at 10:00 in the Center. The Committee will first conduct a property walkthrough, beginning at the Legend Gate at 9:00 am. The business meeting will follow immediately at 10:00 in the Center and all are welcome. The agenda for this meeting has been posted on the “members only” area of the FRCA website.
June Meeting of the VCA Board of Directors
Falls Run by Del Webb
A brief history of the creation and governance structure of Falls Run is available for your reading pleasure. Are you interested in learning more about how the community came into existence? Want to better understand how the community is governed? To download the document, click HERE
Falls Run Governance
A comprehensive review is now available of the complete set of documents that specify the structure and substance of the two tiered system of governance in Falls Run. To download the document, click HERE
New/Updated Villas Web Pages:
Send an email Message to the VCA Board of Directors: Click HERE
Members Only Information
The Villas at Falls Run Condominium Association (VCA)
Falls Run was created in 2002 in Stafford County, VA, by “Del Webb Communities of Virginia, Inc., an Arizona corporation,” as an age restricted, active adult, property owners’ association community. The community was created in conformity with provisions found in the Code of Virginia, Title 55, Property and Conveyances, Chapter 26, Property Owners’ Association Act. The founder of Del Webb, Delbert E. Webb, developed the concept in 1960 for the self-contained retirement community named Sun City located near Phoenix, Arizona.
The land on which the entire Falls Run development is situated, a portion of England Run North, was acquired by Trovas Construction Company, a subsidiary of Del Webb, from Silver Retirement Communities, L.L.C. and Silver Retirement Communities II, L.L.C. The tracts of land in England Run North on which the Falls Run community was built were Land Bays 4A, 4B, and 7, comprising a total of approximately 228.33 acres.
The Falls Run Community Association, Inc., (FRCA) was created by incorporation on June 21, 2002 by “Del Webb Communities of Virginia, Inc., an Arizona corporation.” The registered agent of the Association was Christopher J. Ryan, Vice President of Del Webb Communities of Virginia, Inc., an Arizona corporation.
In early 2005 Del Webb elected to act on provisions contained in the 2002 FRCA Declaration whereby an “expandable” condominium could be created within Falls Run. The Falls Run land on which Del Webb elected to construct its expandable condominium was previously a portion of England Run North, Land Bay 4A (Parcels 4A1 and 4A2). The two parcels (acquired from Silver Retirement Communities II, LLC on December 22, 2002) totaled approximately 33.2 acres, and they adjoin the property on which the “detached” Falls Run dwelling units were built. All of the land on which the condominium was built was eventually annexed to the FRCA through a series of 30 Supplemental Declarations.
The 2002 FRCA Declaration also authorized the creation of a Local Area Association to manage the affairs of the condominium. On March 21, 2005, Del Webb filed a land record titled “Declaration of The Villas at Falls Run Condominium,” LR050009485, in Stafford County, VA. The Local Area Association was named the “Villas at Falls Run Condominium Unit Owners Association” (VCA), and the condominium was created in conformity with provisions found in the Code of Virginia, Title 55, Property and Conveyances, Chapter 4.2, Condominium Act.
Construction of the condominium began promptly. Eventually, a total of 199 condominium units were built in 55 free-standing buildings, each building containing 3 or 4 homes. The condominium was completed in early 2006.