Welcome to Fenwick Hills! This community was started back in 2002 in the beautiful area of Toano, Virginia, in James City County. This family-oriented neighborhood has 180 homes and includes walking trails, a recreation area, and detention ponds.
We are minutes from getting to Interstate 64 which allows our residents to quickly head to work or shopping be it in Richmond, Newport News or beyond. We are fifteen minutes from Colonial Williamsburg, twenty minutes from Busch Gardens, and an hour from Virginia Beach.
This website is a means of serving our community. We hope you find the information useful whether you are a current resident or looking to move into our neighborhood.
JCC PD Recommends Locking Homes & Vehicles
Posted on Sep 20th, 2017 Comments (0)
Since August, James City County Police Department has received several calls regarding larcenies from unlocked motor vehicles and burglaries to unlocked, often occupied, residences. Police believe that all of these incidents are occurring during early morning hours and may be related.
If you see something or someone suspicious, please contact Police at 757-566-0112 or dial 911.
To read more from the JCC Police Dept, see the attached PDF.
Sinkholes & Flooding Around Drainage Grates
Posted on Oct 11th, 2016
A number of residents have had issues with sinkholes created by drainage grates, etc. and flooding both in their backyards and along the roadway. The HOA Board needs to know about and track these issues. We will follow-up these issues in order to determine if VDOT, the HOA, or a resident is responsible for repairs, etc. Would you please use the Contact Us form to let us know about the problem identifying the location of the storm drain and what is the problem? We will then follow-up with you to request a photo, if possible, and make contact with the appropriate authorities. Thank you.
To see which problems have been reported and for the latest update, please visit the Reported Sinkholes page. (Page last updated on 02/19/2017)

2017 Homeowner's Dues
Pay HOA Assessment OnlineAs way of reminder, notice was mailed out to all homeowners regarding the 2017 homeowner association dues. The full annual fee is due no later than March 31, 2017. Payments can be made online via credit card (a transaction fee is assessed) or via check. Details regarding paying online or where to mail your check (NOT to Brooks Real Estate, Inc.) can be found in the online copy of the letter that was sent to homeowners. You must be a registered member to access the letter.

Not Getting Post From the HOA?
It is the homeowner's responsibility to inform the HOA Management Company of your new address if you rent your home, move, or utilize a different mailing address than your Fenwick Hills address.
All correspondence, including annual HOA dues, will be mailed to the address on record. If you need to update your address, please use this form to do so. Remember that forwarding requests at the US Postal Service are limited in time. Therefore, please update your mailing address if you still own your home in Fenwick Hills but are no longer living there.

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Site Registration
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Homeowners - If you did not receive login information for the website, please take a minute to register so that we have your current contact information. This website is our means of official communication for our Homeowners Association. It is also an opportunity for you to share information with the Fenwick Hills community should you choose. The Homeowner's Directory and other HOA information are only available to registered homeowners.
AFTER REGISTERING: Please be patient. The web administrator has to verify you as a homeowner before you can have access to the full site. He will try to verify everyone as quickly as possible - could be up to 24 hours but hopefully sooner. Thank you.
IF YOU DO NOT GET LOGIN INFORMATION WITHIN 24 HOURS, please contact the website administrator through the contact page choosing "Website" in the Send To dropdown options.

Did you know??!
When the power goes out in the neighborhood, it is not always a given that Dominion Virginia Power knows. To report power outages or downed lines, please call 866-DOM-HELP (866-366-4357) or report it online. You can also view a map of current outages online.

Have Photos of the Neighborhood
  • Do you have any photos of the neighborhood that we can use on our website? Fall, winter, spring, and summer photos are all welcome at any time. Please let us know through the "Website Suggestions" option on Contact Us.