November 19, 2021
BCA SPOTLIGHT2021 BCA Board Election & Annual Meeting Recap - The 2021 BCA Annual Meeting and Board of Directors Election was held on Tuesday, November 16 to elect two new Board members.
Congratulations to Brian Viola
on his reelection and to Ravi Balaram
on his election to the Board. Thank you to all of the candidates and residents who participated in this year’s election. A special thank you as well to Samarendra (Sam) Nandi
for his dedication and service to Brambleton over the past three years.
INSIDE BCAWeed Control & Fertilizer Application -
The Association’s grounds maintenance contractor has begun performing applications of weed control and fertilizer. It will take approximately two more weeks to treat the entire community. Weather can impact this schedule. Please contact email@example.com
if you have questions, need more information, or would like to opt out of the service (townhome grounds maintenance program only).BCA Assessments: FSR Mailing Address Update - The FirstService Residential (FSR) mailing address for BCA assessment payments has been updated effective immediately.
Click here for more information from FSR. Visit www.brambletonhoa.com/assessments for a breakdown of all assessment payment options. Any questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Checks or money orders should now be mailed to: Brambleton Community Association, C/O FirstService Residential, PO Box 30403, Tampa FL 33630.
- This address change also applies to online bill payments made through personal bank accounts.
- Any payments made to the old address will be rerouted until September 30, 2022.
BCA EVENTS & PROGRAMMINGSalvation Army Angel Tree -
Help make a child's holiday wishes come true this year by participating in the Salvation Army Angel Tree Program! The Angel Tree is located inside the Brambleton Welcome Center and adorned with tags that have holiday wishes and needs from local children. Please take a tag, purchase what you can, and return the gifts unwrapped to the BCA Management Office lobby by 5 PM on Monday, December 6. Visit www.brambletonhoa.com/angeltree
for more information.Bram Bus: Holiday Trips -
Check out our upcoming holiday trips on the Bram Bus! All seats are limited. Transportation only. Visit the links below for bus tickets and more information.
COMMUNITY STANDARDSSeeking New Covenants Committee Member -
- Ugly Sweater Brewery Tour: Saturday, December 4 at Other Half Brewing, DC Brau, and Starr Hill Biergarten. $25 per person.
- Jingle Ball: Tuesday, December 14 at Capital One Arena. $25 per person.
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 email@example.com
or call Andrea Dao, Community Standards & Administration Manager, at 703-542-6263.Pet Waste Removal -
Please be a considerate neighbor and pick up and dispose of your pet’s waste. It is unsightly, unsanitary, and harmful to the environment to allow the waste to remain. There are several pet waste receptacles with bag dispensers located throughout Brambleton. Removal and disposal of waste is part of our Pet Policy
as well as a Loudoun County Ordinance, whether on your own property or in a common area. More information can be found here
. For assistance with questions or to report a concern, please contact the Community Standards department
.Parking Considerations -
BCA regularly receives inquiries about parking in the community. Brambleton’s Board of Directors has established a vehicle policy
, and county parking ordinances
are enforced by the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office. We encourage residents to consider how parking impacts their neighbors, and we offer the following suggestions to be more neighborly:
- Use your garage and driveway as a first option rather than parking on the street or in open visitor spaces.
- Allow some distance when parking near a driveway. Parking too close to or opposite a driveway can make it difficult for residents to navigate around your car.
- While an overflow of guests can lead to parking up and down a street, encourage guests to use the space in front of your house first.
- Understand that you do not own the public parking spot in front of your house and it is first come, first served.
The following should be reported to LCSO for enforcement:
- Parking across sidewalks or blocking sidewalk ramps
- Parking close to stop signs, intersections, or fire hydrants
- Expired tags/inspection stickers, illegal parking, and abandoned or suspicious vehicles
The LCSO non-emergency number is 703-777-1021. Please contact the Community Standards department
with any questions.GREATER BRAMBLETONIndy Serves: Winter Clothes Drive -
The Independence High School community service club, Indy Serves
, is hosting a Winter Clothes Drive
through Sunday, November 21. Please consider donating gently used or new winter clothing and blankets in the donation box in the Welcome Center pass-thru. Indy Serves greatly appreciates your generosity and consideration in donating to this drive.TALK OF THE TOWN CENTERNow Hiring Around the BTC -
Full-time and part-time positions are available with many Brambleton Town Center retailers. Check out the "Now Hiring" blog
for more details.EatLoco's Holiday Market Is Coming to Town - The EatLoco Farmers Market will be adding 40 HOLIDAY vendors to the market on Sundays from November 28 to 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.
Winter Wonderland -
The Brambleton Town Center will host its annual Winter Wonderland
on Sunday, December 5 from 1 to 3 PM. Entertainment will include pictures with Santa, a caricature artist, holiday craft station, hot chocolate bar, giveaways, and more! See their event
page for more details.AhSo Cellars Opening Soon -
AhSo Restaurant’s chef and owner, Jason Maddens, will soon debut a boutique wine/beer, cheese, & charcuterie shop, AhSo Cellars, a few doors down from the restaurant's current location. For now, wine packages
, charcuterie boards, and cheese boards are currently available for prepaid pickup at the restaurant.COUNTY CORNERLoudoun HHW Collection Event -
The next Loudoun County Household Hazardous Waste collection event will take place tomorrow, November 20 from 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM at Claude Moore Park
. This will be the final HHW event of the year. Visit www.loudoun.gov/hhw
for more information.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS
- These events support measures that help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 by using a drive-through collection process. Click here for more details on precautions being taken.
Sunday, November 21EatLoco Farmers Market at BrambletonFEEDBACK WELCOME!
, 9 AM to 1 PM - Legacy Park & Olympia Dr.Thursday, November 25 - Sunday, November 28
BCA Management Office closed for Thanksgiving holiday