June 12, 2020
Phase Two: Reopening of BCA Facilities & Amenities -
In coordination with Phase Two, the following BCA facilities and amenities will reopen tomorrow, June 13th
Playgrounds, tot lots, and the remaining BCA pools will remain closed
until Phase Three at this time per Virginia’s Phase Two mandates
. While our community is reopening, it is still safer to stay at home. Please be aware that owners, residents, and their guests are using all BCA facilities and amenities at their own risk. More information can be found at www.brambletonhoa.com/covid19
Bram Life Pass: Online Registration - Although our office is currently closed to walk-in traffic, you can take advantage of this time – and no waiting lines – to get your Bram Life Pass (pool pass)! We offer a convenient email option at firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain passes, and we will even mail the new passes to your Brambleton address once they’re ready. Visit www.brambletonhoa.com/pools for instructions, required documents, and helpful FAQs.
Brambleton Pools: Titan Pool Service Now Hiring -
- If you need to swap out your existing passes, or you want to update your pool passes to the Bram Life Pass branding, you can mail your old passes to us or drop them in the drop box located outside our office building.
Titan Pool Service is currently hiring for all positions at Brambleton pools. Lifeguarding applicants will need to be or become lifeguard certified; training is available. Applicants must be at least 15 years of age. Managers and Assistant Managers must also possess a Pool Operator’s license, and certification is available. Apply now at www.titanpools.com
Late Fee Waivers & Delayed Assessment Payments - The BCA Board has approved the waiver of June and July 2020 late fees for single-family attached and detached homeowners whose income has been impacted by COVID-19. Also, if your income has been impacted and you would like to delay payment of your June and July assessments, please send an email to email@example.com and include the following information in your message:
- Owner(s) name(s), property address, and employer(s)
- An acknowledgement that you will pay any missed assessments no later than August 1, 2020. Note: An extension of this date will be considered if conditions warrant such change.
The Association will also consider payment plan proposals during this time. You may submit details of your proposed payment plan to the email address above. Please note that this waiver does not apply to Summerfield or Residences owners and their associations. For questions or concerns, please email or call (703) 542-6263.BCA EVENTS & PROGRAMMING
Food Truck Drive Through: Zainy’s Flyin' Grill - Join us for our Food Truck Drive Throughs taking place every week at the Brambleton Community Center! Zainy’s Flyin' Grill will be stopping by next week on Wednesday, June 17th from 11 AM to 3 PM. Online pre-orders are open now! Click here for directions on how to pre-order your meal (no walkup orders accepted). Visit our Facebook event page for details on future food truck visits as well.Safe Sitter Summer Classes -
LetSwim Programs - Join LetSwim at the Brambleton Corner Pool for their swim programming this summer! They are offering group lessons, private lessons, youth conditioning, Masters Swim Club practices, and water aerobics. Visit www.letswim.com to register and find more details.
Safe Sitter classes have been scheduled for June, July, and August at the Community Center
. Click here
for a full schedule and more information. Courses are sponsored by Beat4LifeCPR and open to Brambleton residents only. RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Please note: Classes will be limited to 8 people, and social distancing measures will be put in place.
COMMUNITY STANDARDSTemporary Above-Ground Pools -
In response to current Brambleton pool closures as well as limited capacity and social distancing guidelines at the pools for the 2020 season, the BCA Board of Directors and the Covenants Committee are permitting the use of temporary above-ground pools under certain guidelines through October 2020. Guidelines for temporary above-ground pools can be found here
. Please contact the Community Standards department
with any questions.Do You Own a Portable Basketball Hoop? -
Recent inspections have noted an increase in basketball hoops that are not being stored in proper locations or are being left in common areas or on streets. Please review the guidelines
for placement and stabilization. Please contact the Community Standards department
with any questions.Construction of Approved Modifications -
Homeowners are responsible for ensuring that their contractors adhere to Brambleton’s standards and rules. It is important to know that construction materials of any kind may not be stored in common parking lots, common areas, or in the street. Nothing, including excavated materials (grass clippings, turf, dirt, sand, rocks, etc.), may be dumped in any wooded areas, common areas, or wetlands. Any turf damage found in common areas due to a project will require restoration at the cost of the homeowner. When planning a project, BCA recommends that you review your plans for proper placement and storage of construction materials and for the proper disposal of debris with the contractor to avoid costly delays or cleanup. For assistance with questions or to report a concern, please contact the Community Standards department
.DEVELOPER NEWSBlasting Operations in Section 30 -
Blasting operations are underway in Section 30
and may be felt at times by residents living in this and surrounding sections.TALK OF THE TOWN CENTERCosta Dentistry -
Graduating seniors may enjoy $250.00 off in-office GLO teeth whitening at Costa Dentistry
during the month of June! To reserve your appointment, give us a call at 703-542-7000.Brambleton Town Center Reopenings -
Thank you for your continued support of our Town Center’s restaurants and businesses. For your convenience, here
is a complete list of our tenants’ hours, phone numbers, and reopening statuses.COUNTY CORNERLoudoun County Water Safety Reminders -
The COVID-19 pandemic has delayed the opening of public pools and as a result, many residents may seek relief from the summer weather and recreation in other ways. Loudoun County officials urge residents to use caution while swimming in naturally occurring waterways, human-made bodies of water, and private pools as they can pose a variety of health and safety risks, especially to children. More information can be found here
.Loudoun Tick & Lyme Disease Awareness -
Three common tick species
in our area can transmit disease. Tick activity is seasonal, with higher tick activity in the spring and summer. Remember to check yourself often for ticks and remove any that you find as soon as possible. More information about ticks and Lyme disease in Loudoun County, including tips on how to prevent the spread of the disease, is available online at www.loudoun.gov/lyme
.Loudoun County COVID-19 Response & Data - Visit www.loudoun.gov/coronavirus for news updates and helpful information regarding Loudoun County’s response to the global coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Interactive dashboards with key county COVID-19 metrics can also be found here.
MARK YOUR CALENDARSSunday, June 14thEatLoco Farmers Market at Brambleton
, 9 AM to 1 PM - Legacy Park & Olympia Dr.Tuesday, June 16thSafety & Security Committee Meeting (Remote), 7 PM
Committee members will be provided with a Zoom meeting link. Residents wanting to attend virtually must register here by 5 PM on the meeting date. FEEDBACK WELCOME!
Thursday, June 18th
Board of Directors Meeting (Remote), 6:30 PM
Board members will be provided with a Zoom meeting link. Residents wanting to attend virtually must register here by 5 PM on the meeting date.