Winter Friday Flash
Weekly Community News Bulletin

January 26, 2018



Resident Input Session for Proposed Trail Connections - Residents may offer input on the proposed trail connections to the BCA Board of Directors at their regularly scheduled business meeting starting at 8:30 AM on Tuesday, February 6th at the BCA Management Office located at 42395 Ryan Road, Suite 210. Trail connections comments can also be emailed to All emails received by 12:00 PM on Friday, February 2nd will be forwarded to the Board prior to the Board meeting. Please view our Trail Connections video or visit our website for more details on the proposed trail connections.

March Magazine - BCA’s new quarterly magazine will launch and be mailed to residents in early March 2018. We are currently accepting advertisements for this issue, and the advertisement form can be found here. Ad space is limited and can be reserved with payment on a first come, first served basis. Payment and ad artwork are due by Monday, February 5th. Please contact with any advertisement questions.


Active Construction Zones - Access through or in active construction areas is prohibited. Please use caution when traveling near these areas.


Wine 101 - Join us for our first 2018 edition of Wine 101! We will be sampling lovely wines from Italy in honor of St. Valentine. Seats are limited. $20 per person. Click here for more information and to reserve a seat.

Comedy Night - On Saturday, March 3rd, come out for a hilarious night of adult comedy featuring up and coming comedians from NYC and DC. Two shows at 7:30 PM and 10:00 PM. $25 per person and includes the tasty popcorn/candy bar. Get your tickets here

Brambleton House Hop (aka Roving Dinner) - Come to this annual progressive dinner/scavenger hunt on Saturday, March 10th! This is the perfect way to meet new people in the neighborhood while having a blast! There are 4 courses total, 3 at residents’ homes, and then we end the night at the Corner Clubhouse for desserts, a DJ, and dancing! Spots are limited so don’t hesitate to sign-up. Click here for more information and to register.

Register Now for Step Sisters' Ribbon Run 5k - Sign-up to run or walk by Sunday, March 18th to guarantee your race shirt. Rates go up Thursday, February 1st. To learn more about the race and how it benefits local breast cancer patients, visit the website.


Seeking the Best Farmers, Food Vendors and Craft Artisans for the New EatLoCo Brambleton Marketplace - The Marketplace will be a year-round, Sunday morning event in the heart of Brambleton and will kick off on Sunday, April 1st. The Application and Vendor Handbook are available here. Priority selections will occur on or about February 15th for those who have completed their application and submitted a $5.00 application fee. Contact Dan Hine or Linna Walz with questions or for more information about joining the EatLoco vendor team. 


Meet the Midwives - StoneSprings Hospital Center is hosting a Meet the Midwives event on Saturday, January 27th from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM. For more information, click here.


Dogs Off Leash - There have been several reported sightings of pet owners allowing their dogs to run off-leash, especially on Brambleton trails. In Loudoun County, including Brambleton, dogs are not permitted to roam free without a leash, and pet owners are required to pick up after their pets. To report animals running at large, dogs barking, or pet owners not cleaning up after their pets, please contact Loudoun County Animal Control. Brambleton’s Policy Resolution #7, Pet Policies, outlines both the grounds for complaint and finding of a community nuisance as well as the procedures for solving pet problems. We encourage residents to talk to each other prior to escalating concerns to the County or Association. To discuss your concern with an Association team member, please contact  

Construction of Approved Modifications - Owners 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 such as grass clippings, turf, dirt, sand, or rocks, may be dumped in any wooded areas, common areas, and/or especially the wetlands. When planning a project, BCA recommends that your review the plans for proper placement and storage of construction materials and for the proper disposal of debris with the contractor to avoid costly delays or clean up. If you have any questions, or if you care to report a violation, please contact 703-542-6263 or


Blue Ridge Grill - Blue Ridge Grill’s Crabcake Nights and Half Price Wine Bottle Nights are back: Mondays & Tuesdays, January 22nd - March 20th, after 4:00 PM. Enjoy a crab cake entrée for only $17 or add a crab cake to a steak dinner for $6. Call 703-327-1047 for more details.


County Weatherization Programs - With winter here, Loudoun County officials remind residents that the county offers home improvement and repair programs that can help qualified homeowners weatherize their homes. The programs can help make homes more energy efficient through weatherization repairs such as installing a new HVAC unit, a new roof, or new windows. Find more information here.


Text to 911 in Loudoun County - Loudoun County’s Emergency Communications Center has the capability to receive text to 911 messages. Text to 911 is available from all major carriers in Loudoun. Click here for more information, including resources and FAQs.


Friday, February 2nd

DMV2GO, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM - Harris Teeter Parking Lot


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