August 7, 2020
Neighborhood Pop-Up Event Postponed - Due to inclement weather forecasted for this evening, tonight's Neighborhood Pop-Up Event featuring live music from Neil McKillip has been postponed to a later date (TBA). Stay tuned to www.brambletonhoa.com/popupevents for more details on this and other upcoming Pop-Up Events.
OTA Clubhouse for Distance Learning - In an effort to accommodate parents’ needs for the upcoming school year, Overtime Athletics has developed a program that will help kids navigate through distance learning in a structured and fun environment. Visit their website for more information. Brambleton residents only.
See Something, Say Something - BCA has become aware of recent incidents involving items being stolen from unlocked vehicles in the community. This type of opportunistic crime is common throughout Loudoun County. The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) frequently promotes the 9 PM Routine program. Please remember to secure your vehicles at all times by removing all valuables, keeping windows up, and locking doors. Keeping exterior lights on throughout the evening is also a good deterrent. BCA will continue to promote the 9 PM Routine and the See Something, Say Something program throughout the community. To report a crime, please call 911 (emergencies only) or the LCSO non-emergency line at 703-777-1021.
- Now Hiring: OTA is hiring a Clubhouse Director to be responsible for all OTA Clubhouse operations. Click here for a full job description.
BCA Pools: Phase Three Status - All BCA pools are open for recreational swimming at 50% capacity from 10 AM to 8 PM daily. Reservations are no longer required. Guests are still not permitted during Phase Three. In addition, hourly pool breaks lasting 15 minutes have been implemented. The only pool activity allowed during breaks is lap swimming, regardless of age. Visit www.brambletonhoa.com/pools for more information.
- 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.
Titan Pool Service Now Hiring - 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.BCA EVENTS & PROGRAMMING
LetSwim Programs - Registration closes soon for the final LetSwim summer session (Session 5: 8/10-20)! Register by Sunday, August 9th for evening classes and by Monday, August 10th for morning classes. Log into the Parent Portal or visit www.letswim.com for more details. Private lessons will be scheduled through Monday, September 7th. LetSwim thanks you for making this summer memorable, and they look forward to next year!
Safe Sitter Class - Spots are still open in our upcoming Safe Sitter class taking place on Saturday, August 22nd from 9 AM to 2:30 PM at the Community Center. Click here for more information. Classes are sponsored by Beat4LifeCPR and open to Brambleton residents only. RSVP at firstname.lastname@example.org. Classes are limited to 8 people, and social distancing measures have been put in place.LRTA Summer Camps - There are four weeks left to enjoy Luis Rosado Tennis Academy Summer Camps! Get 20% off registration costs for the second week when you register one camper for two weeks. Also, when you register one camper, take 20% off of their siblings’ registration. Camps last for four hours (ages 7+) and for two hours (ages 5-6). LRTA also has high-quality adult and kid tennis rackets available for sale.
COMMUNITY STANDARDSDesign Review -
The next meeting for Design Review will be held remotely
on Monday, August 10th. Applications can be submitted via email to email@example.com
. The application submission deadline for this meeting is 5 PM on Friday, August 7th. If an application is submitted later, staff will try but cannot guarantee it will be properly reviewed in time to be submitted to the Covenants Committee. If you have any questions regarding the design review process or guidelines, please visit the website
or call 703-542-6263.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 or concerns.Is it Time to Clean Your Siding? -
Vinyl siding is fairly low maintenance, but occasional cleaning is important to remove dirt, grime, and debris that build up over time. Cleaning also removes mold, mildew, and chemical residue that can prematurely age, 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!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.COUNTY CORNER2020 Census: Door-to-Door Operations Underway -
Operations for the 2020 Census continue in Loudoun County, where more than 78% of households have responded. Census employees have begun visiting households that have not yet responded to the census. Residents who have not yet responded are encouraged to complete it online at 2020Census.gov
. More information can be found here
.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, August 9thEatLoco Farmers Market at Brambleton
, 9 AM to 1 PM - Legacy Park & Olympia Dr.Monday, August 10thCovenants Committee Meeting (Remote), 7 PM