March 27, 2020
BCA COVID-19 Response - Brambleton Community Association is currently monitoring recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as well as those of federal, state, and local officials regarding the global coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. It is the goal of the CDC and BCA to slow the transmission of the virus in our community and region. Visit www.brambletonhoa.com/covid19 to review the actions being taken by BCA to mitigate COVID-19 transmission and find helpful recommendations and links.
Find Bruno - Throughout Brambleton, you will find Bruno hiding in many different places! If you spot him, say “Hi” and take a selfie! You can also share your picture with us and the community by posting it on our Facebook event page, tagging it on Instagram with #bramlife, or sending it via email. Want to hide a Bruno of your own? Download, print, and place Bruno in a visible spot at your home! Visit www.brambletonhoa.com/findbruno for more information.
Food Truck Drive Through Lunches - Join us for our Food Truck Drive Through Lunches taking place every Wednesday from 11 AM to 2 PM at the Brambleton Community Center! Hog-It-Up BBQ will be stopping by next week on April 1st, and you can click here for directions on how to pre-order your meal (no walk-up orders accepted). Visit our Facebook event page for details on future food truck visits as well!
BCA Management Office Status - The BCA Management Office is temporarily closed to walk-in traffic but will remain open on an appointment-only basis. Please send an email to email@example.com or call 703-542-6263 if you would like to schedule an appointment. Furthermore, notary services have been suspended until further notice. This policy is currently scheduled to last through Friday, May 22nd.
Brambleton Neighbors in Need Program - BCA has established the Brambleton Neighbors in Need program in order to provide assistance to Brambleton residents impacted by the global coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. BCA staff members will be volunteering their time, and we are looking for Brambleton resident volunteers as well. Read our special message here for more information.Townhome Grounds Maintenance: Mowing & Mulching -
- Most services available at the BCA Management Office are also available online at www.brambletonhoa.com or through FirstService Residential’s Portal at bca.connectresident.com. Please confirm that your desired service or action is not available through the website, by email, or over the phone prior to setting up an appointment.
- Any other inquiries can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or 703-542-6263 for assistance.
The Association's ground maintenance contractor will begin mowing next week at townhomes that are part of the townhome grounds maintenance program.
- Mowing will occur every 7-14 days (weather permitting) from now through mid-November. During extended periods of rain or drought conditions, cutting will take place as weather conditions dictate.
- String trimming along shrub beds, obstructions, and foundations will be performed at time of mowing. Owners are required to establish a 3-6” weed-free zone around areas that can be damaged by string trimmers, such as A/C units, stucco foundations, fencing, deck posts, steps, or other areas.
- Edging of concrete surfaces (i.e. driveway aprons and sidewalks) will occur every other mow.
- All resulting dirt and debris will be blown from sidewalks after operations.
- Access must be available for back yard mowing.
- Gates must remain unlocked and function properly.
- Personal items such as lawn furniture, toys, hoses, or other items must be removed from lawn and landscape areas before service begins.
The contractor will also complete spring bed cleanup and mulching at townhomes within the next few weeks. Details for this limited service program are outlined here
. Residents that wish to opt out of service may do so by submitting a completed Opt Out Form
.BCA EVENTS & PROGRAMMINGOTA iPlay Home Game -
Overtime Athletics has introduced their OTA iPlay Home Game! This weekly program will include an activity checklist, directions, and goals for all who’d like to participate at their own pace. Click here
for this week’s Olympic-themed game.Fitness Image Results: Live Boot Camps -
Fitness Image Results (FIR) has begun hosting Live Boot Camps five days a week on their Facebook page! Each person will need a mat, a set of dumbbells, and water. The person who completes the most Live Boot Camps by Friday, April 17th will win a free month of Boot Camp! Visit the FIR Facebook page
for more information.LetSwim Lessons -
LetSwim is gearing up for summer swim lessons in Brambleton! Registration for group swim lessons will still open as planned on Wednesday, April 1st, and private/semi-private lesson registration will begin on Friday, May 1st. The first session starts in Brambleton on Monday, June 1st. Visit www.letswim.com
to view the upcoming class schedule and find more information.
COMMUNITY STANDARDSSpring Property Maintenance -
- Please note: If a session is canceled due to the COVID-19 outbreak, LetSwim will issue a full refund and waive any fees. Visit their website and Facebook page for further updates.
Looking to spruce up your home and yard this spring? Please visit our website
for more information on our general property maintenance standards and compliance. If you have any specific questions, please contact email@example.com
.Is it Time to Clean Your Siding? -
Vinyl siding is fairly low maintenance, but occasional cleaning is important to remove dirt and debris that build up over time. Cleaning also removes mold, mildew, and chemical residue that can prematurely fade or discolor your siding. Ideally, siding should be cleaned once a year, particularly in shady or damp areas where mold and mildew thrive. If your siding is not shaded or damp and it looks clean, you can probably reduce the frequency to every other year. If you see green, it’s time to clean!What to Do About Noise Concerns -
When noise related to construction, renovations, landscaping services, or other nuisances becomes a concern, residents often reach out to the Association for assistance. As a first step, residents are encouraged to attempt to address the concern directly with the source when possible. If it is not possible and immediate intervention is necessary, residents are advised to contact the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office as they have the authority to enforce the county’s noise ordinance
. For emergencies, dial 911; for less urgent matters, the non-emergency number is 703-777-1021. For concerns related to pet noise, Loudoun County Animal Control
can intervene. For ongoing concerns related to noise, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
to provide details and we will be glad to help seek a resolution.GREATER BRAMBLETONPASTA Passion Kits - Peers and Students Taking Action
(PASTA) has canceled their upcoming Passion Fair and will instead distribute “Passion Kits” which package fun at-home activities and experiences for kids. They are also looking for volunteers to help make and share kits of their own! If you are interested, complete the Passion Kit Google Form here
. View the Passion Kits flyer
for more information.DEVELOPER NEWSBrambleton Welcome Center & Birchwood Clubhouse Temporarily Closed -
In response to the World Health Organization declaring the coronavirus a global pandemic, we have decided to temporarily close the Brambleton
Welcome Center and Birchwood at Brambleton
Clubhouse. Both facilities will still have staff available to answer any email and phone inquiries. The Welcome Center may be reached at email@example.com
or 703-542-2925. The Birchwood at Brambleton Clubhouse may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
or 703-722-2427. At this time, our builders’ model homes remain open, and we will have model home maps and brochures available in display stands outside our doors.TALK OF THE TOWN CENTEREatLoco Farmers Market: Opening Day Postponed -
The EatLoco Farmers Market at Brambleton will unfortunately not be opening this Sunday, March 29th due to the coronavirus. The Season Opening will be rescheduled for a later date. Stay tuned to the EatLoco Facebook page
for updates on the new opening date and information on vendors offering pickups and/or deliveries.Support for the Brambleton Town Center -
Thank you, Brambletonians, for your continued support of our local merchants during this unprecedented time. Our doctors’ offices have quickly adapted to telehealth visits, and many Brambleton restaurants and retailers offer online ordering, curbside pickup, and delivery options. Click here
for a list of currently operating tenants and their phone numbers.COUNTY CORNER2020 Census -
The 2020 Census is now underway! Households have begun receiving official Census Bureau mail, and residents can provide responses online at www.2020Census.gov
, by phone, or by mail. Visit the Loudoun County Census page
for FAQs, helpful videos, and more information.
Loudoun County COVID-19 Response -
- Keep Your Community Healthy! Responding to the 2020 Census today is one way to make sure communities are prepared for healthcare events like the COVID-19 pandemic. For every person counted, Loudoun County receives over $30 million in federal funding that protects the health of every Loudoun family.
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