Welcome to Greesnprings West Owners Association Website!
Located in historic James City County, Virginia, Greensprings West is a master-planned community of single family homes surrounded by the Williamsburg National Golf Course.
Our homeowners enjoy a lovely pool and clubhouse, tennis courts, nearby boating, biking and hiking opportunities, as well as nearby historical and cultural attractions.
Greensprings West is close to Colonial Williamsburg, Jamestown Settlement, the Colonial Battlefield at Yorktown, many Civil War plantation homes, and other local attractions such as Busch Gardens and Water Country USA.
Greensprings West Revised Rules and Regulations
The Board of Directors APPROVED the Rules and Regulations at the October 28, 2019 Board Meeting. The Rules and Regulations become effective on November 1, 2019. A copy of the revised Rules and Regulations are available at the following link:
The Board would like to thank the Committee for all their hard work in reviewing and revising the Rules and Regulations and providing their recommendations to the Board.
CONSTRUCTION SET TO BEGIN ON INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS AT CENTERVILLE ROAD AND NEWS ROAD
Construction activity planned to begin as early as Jan. 6, 2020
JAMES CITY COUNTY - A project to improve capacity and safety at the intersection of Centerville Road (Route 614) and News Road (Route 613) in James City County is scheduled to begin as early as Jan. 6, 2020.
Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) engineers incorporated extensive public input from the community in the final design and construction plan. The project plans include the addition of a right turn lane on News Road, a right and left turn lane on Centerville Road, and installation of a traffic signal at the intersection. Improvements to this intersection will allow for the projected growth in vehicle volume and increase safety, allowing drivers to enter and exit the intersection with more visibility and efficient traffic flow.
Starting in early 2020, contractor crews will mobilize and begin installing temporary construction signage, and commence clearing and grubbing operations as necessary. In this early phase of work, crews will also be installing a temporary storm water sediment basin and supporting drainage structures on Centerville Road as an environmental measure to control and filter any residual runoff from the project.
Henry S. Branscome, LLC was awarded the $1.9 million construction contract on Nov. 15, 2019. The project is estimated to be complete in winter 2020.
Starting as early as the week of Jan. 6, right shoulder closures are estimated to begin on Centerville Road to allow for the installation of temporary construction signage.
VDOT and the contractor will work to minimize impacts and mitigate traffic issues as much as possible throughout the project duration, maintaining two-way traffic on both Centerville Road and News Road during construction. Throughout all phases of construction, access will be maintained to all local residences.
Motorists will be advised of additional lane closures or traffic shifts that may occur during the project. All construction work is dependent upon weather conditions.
To learn more about the Centerville Road at News Road Intersection Improvements project or sign up for project updates, please visit:
St Patricks Day Food Truck
Saturday, March 14th, 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM at Greensprings West Clubhouse
Please join us on March 14 for our adult only St. Patrick's Day Food Truck Event from 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM. Please RSVP on the website through the following link and follow the instructions.
Easter Egg Treasure Hunt
Saturday, April 4th, 11 AM - 12:30 PM at Greensprings West Clubhouse
Easter Egg Treasure Hunt will be held at the clubhouse, rain or shine. Children are asked to bring a basket and lwn games will be set up for all to enjoy. Sussex Farm will provide free salad Bar, breads and cookies.