INSIDE BCABCA Board Update: Officers & Annual Meeting -
The BCA Board of Directors
elected officers at their meeting on Tuesday, December 7. Brian Viola will continue to serve as President, and Jordan Crotty will continue to serve as Treasurer. Susan Wolford has been elected to serve as Vice President, and Anand Mohan Dharmapuri has been elected to serve as Secretary. The 2021 Annual Meeting Minutes (Draft) have also been released here
.Yard Debris Pickup: Seasonal Ending Reminder -
Please note that seasonal yard debris pickup will end for the year on Tuesday, December 21. Pickup services will resume on March 1, 2022.New 2022 Assessment Rates Effective 1/1/22 - The 2022 Assessments & Budget Summary can be viewed on the BCA website here.
2022 Coupon Booklets have been mailed to all owners not participating in the FSR Direct Debit program. After making your December 2021 assessment payment, please take a moment to review and
adjust your payments to align with the new assessment rates. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions or need more information regarding the various payment options available.
- BCA would like to share a reminder that the FSR mailing address for assessment payments has been updated. This change applies to checks, money orders, and online bill payments made through personal bank accounts. Click here for the updated address and more information.
- Please ensure that monthly assessment payments are scheduled to be received on the due date of the first day of each month, rather than at the end of the grace period. Payments may take at least 2-3 days to process and for funds to clear and post to the account.
BCA EVENTS & PROGRAMMINGBrains, Brews, & BBQ -
Grab a team of friends for a night of Brains, Brews, & BBQ at the Corner Clubhouse
! This event takes place on Saturday, January 22 at 7 PM and will feature trivia hosted by World's Okayest Trivia
and beer & BBQ from One Family Brewing
. Tickets cost $40 and include two pints of beer, a BBQ plate, and a pint glass (first 100 people). Visit our website
to purchase tickets and find more information.Safe Sitter: 2022 Courses -
The next Safe Sitter courses are scheduled for Saturdays February 5, March 19, and April 2 from 9 AM to 2:30 PM at the Community Center
. Courses are open to Brambleton residents only and limited to 8 people. Visit our website
for more details. RSVP at email@example.com
.FIR Boot Camp - Fitness Image Results provides a unique training method combining engaging workouts, motivation, and a supportive community. Outdoor, indoor, and virtual training programs are available. Also, get 20% off for virtual training by registering here and using the code VIRTUALTRAINING20.COMMUNITY STANDARDSPost-Modification Application Fees Begin 1/1/22 -
The BCA Board of Directors has approved a Post-Modification Application Fee of $100 for all exterior modifications started or constructed without
prior approval by the Covenants Committee. This fee will take effect on January 1, 2022, providing a grace period for property owners to apply for any exterior modifications made without an application or approval before the end of the year. To avoid the upcoming application fees, owners are encouraged to submit applications for any unapproved modifications during this grace period. The Design Review Application can be found here
, and the schedule of upcoming Covenants Committee Meetings and application deadlines can be found here
. Visit www.brambletonhoa.com/designreview
for additional information on the Design Review application process and BCA Design Guidelines. Please contact the Community Standards department
with any questions or concerns.Seeking New Covenants Committee Member -
We are currently seeking a new Covenants Committee member to fill one vacant position on the committee. If you are interested, or know someone who is, please visit our Covenants Committee page
for more information. Those interested in joining this committee can find an application form here
. If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
or call Andrea Dao, Community Standards & Administration Manager, at 703-542-6263.Winter Preparation of Hose Bibs -
With the colder weather approaching, it’s time to retire your garden hose! Every year it’s important to turn off your outdoor water supply lines correctly. If this is done incorrectly, any water left in the supply line can freeze and expand, causing the pipes to split. Click here
to follow step-by-step tips to make sure that your hose bib is prepared for winter.DEVELOPER NEWSSection 34 Clearing -
Clearing has begun for townhome construction in Section 34
, west of Madison’s Trust Elementary School. Please keep clear of all construction activity.TALK OF THE TOWN CENTEREatLoco's Holiday Market - The EatLoco Farmers Market has added 40 holiday vendors to the market on Sundays through December 19. Find locally handmade crafts and goodies for everyone on your shopping list. The market is held year-round on Sundays from 9 AM to 1 PM along Olympia Drive in front of the Town Center.Costa Dentistry's Membership Program -
Enrolling for dental benefits? Join Costa Dentistry’s Membership program and save! With plans for kids, adults, and seniors, they have you covered! You'll get more for your money on annual cleanings and exams than a traditional dental insurance plan, plus receive discounts on other dental procedures. Visit costasmiles.com
to learn more!COUNTY CORNERLoudoun WRC Now Open in New Location -
The Loudoun Workforce Resource Center (WRC) is now open at its new location at 705 E Market St, Suite E, in Leesburg. The WRC provides no-cost resources and equipment to both job seekers and employers. Visit www.loudoun.gov/wrc
for more information.Loudoun Board of Supervisors Approves New Names for Routes 7 & 50 -
The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors has voted to approve changing the name of Harry Byrd Highway (Route 7) to Leesburg Pike and changing the name of John Mosby Highway (Route 50) to Little River Turnpike. These designations honor the names traditionally used for these roads dating back to the early 1800s. More information can be found here
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