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Rules & Regulations


Sure, no one is crazy about having an organization dictate what they can and can’t do with their property.  But, as an owner, you agreed to abide by the rules when you bought into the community.Therefore, it is up to all of us to keep our community clean, safe, and in good condition, because that benefits all of us physically, aesthetically, and financially.

  • About the Neighborhood
    Scott's Pond of Ewell's Woods is a 196 Single-home community located in Williamsburg, Virginia. Scott’s Pond is situated off of Olde Towne Rd between Richmond Rd (Rt 60) and Longhill Rd. Our neighborhood boasts large natural conservation areas, nature trails, community event lawn, and a spring-fed pond home to fish, turtles and beavers. Scott’s Pond is a community of diversity, from young families with children, retired folks and all those in the middle. On any given day, the neighborhood is bustling with residents walking, riding bikes and kids at play. Many of the streets within the community end in cul-de-sacs which keeps traffic to a minimum and makes the neighborhood child friendly.
  • Governance & Management
    Section One, in the front of Scott’s Pond and Sections Two/Three in the middle and back, are governed by two different Homeowner's Associations. However, they are both managed by Signature Properties. 804-746-7466 x707 | The back section is Ewell’s Woods on Scott’s Pond and is governed by Scott’s Pond Community Association (SPCA). Ewell’s Woods on Scott’s Pond includes E. Grace Ct, Stanton Ct, Essex Ct, Rockingham Dr, Culpeper Ct, Montpelier Dr, Peter Van Wirt Way, Lori Mahone Overlook, Leslie Faye Overlook, Scott’s Pond Drive (5584 and above). Address: P.O. Box 888, Lightfoot, VA 23090 Facebook (click here) Scott's Pond The front section, Scott's Pond, is goverened by Scott's Pond Homeowners Association (SPHA). Soctt's Pond includes Scott's Pond Drive (up to 5577), Benjamin Ct, Ginger Ct, Thomas Ct, W. Grace. Address: P.O. Box 102, Lightfoot, VA 23090 Facebook (click here)
  • History
    The first homes in Section 1 were completed in Scotts Pond in 1998. The builders in the first phase included Williamsburg Building Corp and Pace Construction. Construction of the second phase of Scotts Pond (Ewell’s Woods) included Sections 2 and 3. Construction started in 2003 and continued until 2006. Homes here were built by Arcadia Construction and Patriot Builders. The entire neighborhood encompasses 142 acres. Home sizes range from 1700 to almost 3200 square feet. Two story homes are the predominant style although there are a few one-story ranches scattered within. Ewell’s Woods on Scott’s Pond at a GlanceTotal Homes: 196 (279 all sections) Age of homes: 2004-2006 (All sections as early as 1998) Price Range: Upper 200’s- $300k+ Size of lots: .20-.45 acres
  • Nearby
    Scott’s Pond is close to historic areas, shopping centers, restaurants and theaters; yet the community retains natural surroundings to create a wonderful place to relax. The Williamsburg Premium Outlets are only a short walk away through one of the neighborhood trails. Stores at the outlet mall include a Food Lion grocery store, Rite Aid, Starbucks, over 130 factory outlet stores, and several restaurants.
  • Schools
    Scott's Pond is part of the Elementary: Norge Elementary School Middle: Lois S. Hornsby Middle School High School: Lafayette High School
  • Taxes
    Scott’s Pond is located in James City County, Virginia which has one of the lowest real estate tax rates around. Real estate taxes are only $0.84 per one hundred dollars of assessed value. You can learn more about your specific property at the James City County website.
  • Trash & Recycling
    Trash Trash is the responsibility of each individual homeowner. We have special pricing with Republic Services. Tell them you are a resident of Scotts Pond to get the special price. Visit Website 757-898-5488 There are other trash companies, but we highly recommend using Republic. Our price with them is the lowest per quarter by far compared to other companies. Additionally, the more homeowners utilizing this service minimizes the number of trash days that trucks come through the neighborhood which reduces traffic, noise, and wear and tear on our roads. General Recycling Recycling is the responsibility of each individual homeowner and is handled through James City County. Visit Website 757-253-6700 Special Recycling For special recycling like tires, motor oil, electronics, etc. James City County has three convenience centers where you can bring special items. Visit Website
  • Yes, There is a Pond"
    Yes, Scott’s Pond has a pond in the very back of the neighborhood. There are neighborhood trails that will take you to Scott’s Pond where you can see the work of Beavers, water birds, turtles, frogs and sometimes a snake. This area is home to many wildlife like deer, fox, and many squirrels and rabbits. Bird watching is a wonderful experience, especially if you feed them. No swimming or water craft, other than those powered by wind or human energy, are permitted in the pond at anytime.
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