Potomac Green, in Ashburn, Virginia, initially developed by Del Webb, welcomes residents aged 55 and better and provides many amenities to support an active adult lifestyle. This beautiful community of 1,363 homes in Loudoun County, near the Dulles Tech Corridor, features a beautifully appointed 29,000 square-foot multi-purpose clubhouse with a state-of-the-art fitness center and aerobics studio, a grand ballroom, tennis, pickleball and bocce ball courts, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, an indoor walking track, and hobby and game rooms. In March 2018 the Metropolitan Washington Chapter of the Community Associations Institute (WMCCAI) selected Potomac Green as its Best Very Large Community Association.
A full-time lifestyle director is on hand to help residents find activities, schedule classes and plan excursions. The large variety of social clubs makes it easy for residents to get to know their neighbors and explore new interests. Local bus service includes a commuter route with connections to locations throughout Washington D.C., as well as daily shuttle services to nearby locations, including shopping centers and medical facilities. And in 2022, the Metro system opened an additional 6 stations on its Silver Line. With the Ashburn station as its terminus, the Silver Line includes stops at Dulles Airport, Reston, Tysons Corner, Falls Church and many stations in downtown Washington.
With its close proximity to both Washington D.C. and the scenic beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Potomac Green provides residents easy access to both urban and rural attractions. Shopping, dining, cultural attractions and other businesses are plentiful throughout the surrounding area. The INOVA Loudoun Hospital is less than five miles from Potomac Green, and Dulles International Airport is only 15 minutes away.
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Community Associations Institute (CAI) Awards
Potomac Green is the recipient of several prestigious awards from The Washington Metropolitan Chapter of the Community Associations Institute (WMCCAI). The following is a list of awards:
2021 - Charitable Community of the Year. Awarded for best demonstrating exemplary service to the surrounding community beyond the association's physical boundaries. The essay that was submitted as part of the award application can be viewed here on page 7 of the Potomac Green Today Winter 2022 magazine.
2017 - Very Large Community of the Year. This coveted award was for demonstrating excellence in all facets of community operations and governance. Click here to read a Potomac Green TODAY magazine article (Spring, 2018) that provides more detailed information regarding the award.
2010 - Humanitarian Community of the Year. Awarded for best demonstrating exemplary service to the surrounding community beyond the association's physical boundaries. Click here to read the Spring, 2011 TODAY magazine to read more about this award.
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Local Area Information
Below are listings of some local facilities and services available to Potomac Green:
There is a bus stop at the Community Center that is located on the Ashburn Farm Route.  This connects residents to a number of other transit services that are available as part of the Virginia Regional Transit system.
Our local Loudoun County Supervisor publishes a periodical newsletter called the Broad Run Bulletin. The Bulletin is distributed by email to interested persons. Click HERE to sign up.
Potomac Green TODAY Magazine
Potomac Green TODAY magazine is written and edited by community residents. The magazine has been published quarterly since 2010. Most of its expenses are covered by advertisements from Ashburn area businesses.
Latest issues:
Click here to view issues from prior years.
Magazine staff:
Janice Walker, Editor
Tom Bowers, Assistant Editor
Yola Goldberg
Sandra O'Connell
Carol Stamm
Linda Hollis
Roger Majak
Rob Saltzstein
Caroline Stevens
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We welcome residents’ suggestions for articles and can be reached at magazine@potomacgreen.org.