Septic vs. Sewer

Members of the board have heard from a few of our neighbors with septic systems regarding the steps to take to switch to public sewer. The answer is a bit complicated and costly.

We have conducted some preliminary research and a conversation with an engineer with the county’s water/wastewater services. You can find the engineer’s letter and attached documents below.
We have attached a map showing the boundary of what is regarded as “Stonehenge” based on recorded subdivision plats.   Within that boundary we have identified:

  • 220 – Homes without public wastewater available
  • 10 – Homes with public wastewater available, but not connected
  • 3 – Vacant lots with public wastewater available

The map also shows two assessment districts within Stonehenge that were created in 1993 – the 4 lot “”Rexmoor Drive Wastewater Assessment District” and the 8 lot “East Rexmoor/Harwick Drive Wastewater Assessment District”.   Property owners within those assessment districts were given 10 years to pay their share of the project costs through biannual payments.   For all assessment districts created since 2002, the payback period for property owners has been 20 years.

Also attached is general information about the creation of assessment districts.   This covers sending out petitions to initially determine interest and establishing a liaison between the neighborhood and the County, under the “Getting Started” section, the public hearing process, methods of assessment payments, and other topics based upon questions received over the years.   The county typically does not prepare preliminary cost estimates for a possible service extension until they have received initial interest for a specific area, and can determine the number of properties to be served and a line extension route.   Based on the last wastewater assessment district created, and our conceptual estimating number, a very preliminary “cost per property” for a wastewater service extension could be in the range of $30,000 to $35,000 or higher.  This does not include the residential wastewater connection fee (currently $5,400 until 6/30/21 and subject to change) and private plumbing costs associated with switching your house from your existing septic to the new public wastewater system.

Neighborhood Yard Sale Details

Dear neighbors,

The neighborhood yard sale is just around the corner on April 24. Please read through these details and complete the Participation Form if you are planning to partake.

When: Saturday, April 24 – 8:00 am to 1:00 pm

How to Participate

Complete the Participation Form so we can add your address to the map. On the day of, set up your sale in your yard, driveway, or garage. The GSCA will post signs into the neighborhood, but we recommend tying a balloon or posting a sign on your mailbox so folks can spot your house.

More Tips …
– If you’d like to partner up with friends, family, or neighbors, it could make your spot more attractive and help divvy up the responsibility
– Organize and clean your items
– Price items appropriately and be open to bargainingCreate browsing space. It not only helps with social distancing but can give folks room to shop.
– Have a mix of bills and coins on hand to make change ( Price items in 25-cent increments so you only need quarters for change)

End of Sale Pick Up

Redemption Thrift will be in the neighborhood to pick up items that were not sold between 1:00 and 2:00 pm. If you’d like to have your items picked up, please be sure to select that option on the Participation Form.

Rain Date will be May 1 and will be called by the morning of April 23.
Add Your House to the Yard Sale Map!
Complete the Participation Form by clicking here.
Treat Yourself to Dinner Afterwards!Don’t make dinner on April 24, instead enjoy the Hungry Turtle food truck! This Vietnamese food truck will be located at the corner of Rexmoor and Harwick from 5:30 – 7:30. 

Join Us This Friday for Bikini Panini!

When: March 26, 5:30 – 7:30

Where: 11850 Bollingbrook Drive

How to Order …
Pre-ordering begins Friday at 10:00 am.

Orders can also be placed at the truck window with their contactless Point of Sale Reader.

Check out the menu and place your pickup order here:
Up Next … The Hungry Turtle on April 24

What better way to wrap-up the community yard sale than with a to-go dinner just down the street? This Vietnamese restaurant on wheels will be located at the corner of Rexmoor and Harwick. 5:30 – 7:30. Ordering details to follow.
And Save the Date for El Guapo on May 21

More details to come. This will also be at 11850 Bollingbrook Drive.
Can we host a future food truck in front of your house?

Nothing is required of the host, we just need your “okay”!  So if you’d like to let a food truck part outside your house for a future food truck event, please contact Peter Barden at

2021 First Quarter Newsletter

Dear neighbors,

Welcome to our first of what we plan to be quarterly newsletters. One of our goals this year is to enhance communications. You can expect more messages via email, social media and everyone’s favorite, the sandwich board! If you know a neighbor who is not connected to our mailing list, please forward them this email or point them to the website.

While the pandemic has up-ended life as we knew it, it also was an important reminder of how communities can work together to stay safe, connected, and supported … even when we have to keep our distance. As we look to brighter days ahead, we hope you’ll continue to stay safe and check in on each other.

Don Burgess, GSCA Board President


While it’s still not safe for us to do the usual social events, we can still enjoy convenient, delicious food! That’s why the social committee is aiming to organize a monthly food truck event! Read the details below for our March event.
Bikini Panini!
Friday, March 26
5:30 – 7:30 at 11850 Bollingbrook Drive

Pre-ordering begins at 10:00 am that morning. Orders can also be placed at the truck window with their contactless Point of Sale Reader.

Check out the menu and place your pickup order here:


The neighborhood yard sale is returning this Spring on April 24. Start cleaning out your closets and stay tuned for more details …


One of our main goals for 2021 is to open up communications between the board and the neighbors in order to strengthen our connections and work together on keeping Stonehenge the wonderful neighborhood it is.

So, we’ve created a suggestion box, where you can anonymously submit ideas, suggestions and questions. In our next newsletter, we’ll share what was submitted, and do our best to provide responses.

Add your thoughts to the suggestion box here.

We’ve also made an easy form for those of you are who are interested in volunteering through the GSCA. We’re ALWAYS looking for new folks to help out and lend a hand with whatever amount of time they can give, and in the area that interests them most.

To submit a Volunteer Interest Form, just click here.


A letter is on the way, but you can submit your dues now securely on the GSCA website.

Click here now to pay your dues ahead of the April 1 deadline.

 Neighborhood kids of all ages had fun hitting the “Stonehenge Slopes” during the January 31 snowfall.

Voting is Now Open for the Holiday House Decorating Contest!

Grab a cup of hot cocoa and take a tour of the neighborhood to see all the beautiful decorations and choose your top picks from the entries below. 

Cast Your Ballot Here.
2020 Entries & Nominations

313 Bollingbrook Court
11921 Bollingbrook Drive
11330 Bondurant Drive
11610 Bondurant Drive
202 Hazelmere Drive
230 Hazelmere Drive
11730 Hazleton Drive
11205 Hixson Court
11521 Rexmoor Drive

11911 Bollingbrook Drive
11400 Bondurant Drive
11810 Bondurant Drive
12031 Bromwich Drive
11720 Hazleton Drive
11206 Hixson Court
230 Hixson Drive
11300 Old Lewiston Road

See the list on Google Maps.
A few reminders …

This time around we’ll have two categories:
Turn up the Bing Crosby and enjoy the wreaths, candles, and garland
 Clark Griswold would be jealous
 Neighborhood voting will be from 12/14-12/20 and the popular vote wins. 

Winners will be announced the week of December 21. 
1st Place $50 Visa gift card 
2nd Place $25 Visa gift card  

Holiday Happenings!

Let’s Make Spirits Bright! 

Dear neighbors,

Like most of 2020, the holidays will look a little different this year. However, there is one neighborhood tradition we hope to continue: our Christmas Eve luminaries. And one we’re bringing back! The holiday house decoration contest.

Please read through the details below and make plans to join in for the fun.

We look forward to making this our brightest holiday season ever with you!


The Greater Stonehenge Civic Association Board
–  Our gift to you: Holiday luminary kits –

This year the Christmas Eve luminaries will be free to anyone and everyone in the neighborhood. Please spread the word (and the order form) and feel free to request additional kits for your neighbors.

To make access to kits easier and safer this year, we’ll be offering the choice between contactless delivery and hosting a drive-thru-only pickup at the Stonehenge Golf & Country Club on December 15 from 5 – 7 pm.

Each kit contains 12 bags, 12 votive candles, and detailed instructions.
We’re bringing back a favorite: the holiday house decorating contest!

This time around we’ll have two categories:
Turn up the Bing Crosby and hang  wreaths, candles, and garland
Break out your inner Clark Griswold and use all the lights from your attic

 Neighborhood voting will be from 12/14-12/19 and the popular vote wins.  Winners will be announced the week of December 21. 
1st Place $50 Visa gift card 
2nd Place $25 Visa gift card  

The Greater Stonehenge Civic Association (GSCA) is Hosting a Food Truck Event!

Saturday, August 1st  
5:30-7:30 PM
237 Hazelmere Drive

Three vendors will be servicing the Event!  see below for details:
  1. Bikini Panini will be slinging sandwiches. Preorders for sandwiches begin on August 1 at 10AM and can be completed at Through this option you are able to schedule a time to pick up. You can also order at the truck via their contact-free system – credit card only, no cash.
  2. Three Crosses Distilling Company will accept pre-orders prior to the event. Visit preorder form. ID and payment will need to be brought to the event for pickup. Cash, credit cards, and ApplePay accepted.
  3. Growlers USA will take pre-orders and be on-site selling their products (cash only). To pre-order, call  804.464.1440 between 12pm and 7pm July 28-31 to order and pay. See menu and price list below. Pick up will be at the event.
We will definitely practice social distancing, but we hope to see you there!

GSCA Announcements – 1st Quarter of 2020


Hello, fellow neighbors!  The Greater Stonehenge Civic Association has a lot of great things in the works, and we wanted to let you know what’s coming…


First up, we are thrilled to announce that the Stonehenge Garden Club is celebrating its 50th year!


The Garden Club loves to welcome new members into the fold and encourages you to come to one of their meetings to get involved. You’ll enjoy friendship and all things gardening with this welcoming group of Stonehenge neighbors. The Garden Club meets on the third Thursday of every month, at 10:00 am, at the Stonehenge Club. Now is a great time to plan to attend, with spring upon us!  All are welcome! Questions?  Contact Karyn Buckley at (804) 310-2747, or



Next, we would like to remind you that Annual GSCA Dues are due April 1, 2020!

Please note that annual dues have increased from $35 to $40, effective this year. This will help our Board with increased maintenance costs, along with hosting more social events for our neighborhood. Dues notices will be sent out this week, so look for yours coming soon. The Board is encouraging residents to pay dues via our online portal, if at all possible. This helps us immensely with tracking dues payments as well as eliminating having to manually enter and deposit dues payments. Of course, we will still accept payments via snail mail, when necessary.  Pay your 2020 Annual Dues online HERE.




Plan to attend the next GSCA Neighborly Happy Hour!

The GSCA Board is pleased to bring you the next Neighborly Happy Hour, to round out the first quarter of 2020! Plan to join us at Angelo’s new location on Midlothian Turnpike, on Thursday, March 12 at 5:00 pm.  These Happy Hour events are always well-attended.  They’re a great way to get to know your neighbors in a fun, social setting, with great food! Angelo’s has always been a great host to us, and we look forward to seeing you at their brand new location. Please RSVP on Facebook and share the event with your neighbor friends to help us get the word out!  We hope to see you there!


The Board looks forward to working alongside our neighbors to continue to make Stonehenge a great place to live!