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Glenwood is an award winning community located in the Centerville District of Virginia Beach. The Association has a beautiful community pool and clubhouse, along with three playground areas, and approximately 40 acres of common area. With Honeybee Golf Course winding through parts of the community, and four lakes in other sections, many homes enjoy scenic views.

In addition to our single family homes, we also have the Glenwood Greens townhomes and Woodbridge at Glenwood and Villas of Glenwood Condominiums as part of our community.

Please feel free to browse our site for community information and upcoming events. To access locked items, you will need to register with the Association. 



The third installment of the 2022 assessments is now due.  Payments will be considered late if not received by September 30.  If you plan to pay on line through Truist Bank, please allow enough time for the payment to process.  This could be up to 5 days.  Likewise if you are using your bank's bill pay, they issue a paper check that has to be mailed.  As such, you will need to allow enough time for the check to be cut, mailed and received.








The Caddy is no longer being mailed out.  The latest issue was emailed to those who have registered on line.  It is also posted here on the website.  If you would like to have a hard copy mailed to you, please email the office with your request.  


The city of Virginia Beach Department of Public Works will be doing work on the lake banks, clearing the banks around the storm drain pipes.  The work is taking longer than expected.  The contractors are currently working around Gaines Mill Drive and Archdale Drive.


There has recently been a lot of additions and changes to properties in the community.  The Glenwood Community Association Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, Restrictions and Easements requires homeowners to obtain PRIOR approval from the Architectural Control Committee before undertaking improvements, alterations, repairs, change of paint colors, excavations or any other work which in any way alters the exterior appearance of any property within the Association. One of the items that has been noted is a change in fences.  No fence, other than a one or 3 board dog eared fence is approved within the Association.  The ones with a top cap or a fascia board are not approved.



Payment of the 2022 Assessments may be made on line at Truist Bank.  Please follow the link under Resident Info/Assessments.  Please refer to your coupon book for the necessary steps.  Please note that payments on line through Truist will take up to 4 Business days to be processed.


The City of Virginia Beach Communications Office has launched a new webpage designed to assist residents seeking information about changes to the local election system and redistricting. Available online at www.VBgov.com/vb10, the webpage features:

  • A tool that allows residents to research in which of 10 new voting districts an address is located
  • Answers to 10 frequently asked questions related to the impacts of redistricting
  • An explanation of the redistricting process and why these changes are happening
  • Access to more information about the court case on which the changes are based
  • Contact information for questions that may not be addressed on the page
  • A link for neighborhood association and civic organization leaders to provide contact information for future communications
  • A video from the Jan. 11 City Council meeting in which City staff provide an overview of where the City is in the redistricting process and how these changes will impact voting


The Community Room is available for rental to Glenwood Homeowners.  Please register on this site and review the information on the Community Center Rental page.