Asphalt Preventative Maintenance Project 2017
SEAL COATING PROJECT HAS BEEN CANCELED DUE TO MAJOR MECHANIAL BREAKDOWN. PROJECT WILL BE RESCHEDULED. 8/8/2017
Road Work Scheduled
Brambleton Community Association will begin seal coating/rejuvenation (hereinafter, “seal coat”) of its private streets and trails beginning on Monday August, 7th. The work is scheduled to take place over nine days, weather permitting, on BCA streets Sections 12, 15-17, and 19 as well as the trail along the north side of Ryan Road. This work will not impact VDOT streets. Please view the maps that identify the BCA streets and trails that will be impacted by the seal coat. Check back soon for a detailed listing of affected streets and projected dates.
Impact to Owners
Streets being seal coated will be closed for 24-hours. No vehicular traffic will be permitted on the street during this 24-hour period. All vehicles in driveways, garages on the impacted street; or parked on the street, will need to be parked on streets that will not be seal coated that day, at the upper level spots in the Brambleton Town Center Garages, or at the Brambleton Park east parking lot (Loudoun County will not enforce its overnight parking restriction while sealcoating is in progress. Parking of commercial vehicles on County property remains prohibited.). All vehicles will need to be moved by 7:00am on the day that their street is scheduled for seal coating. Vehicles remaining on the street after 7:00am will be relocated by tow truck to a neighboring VDOT street or the Brambleton Town Center.
Another impact of the project will be on services to your home including mail, FedEx or UPS deliveries. With access to your streets being blocked, mail and packages will have to be delivered the following day or, if you have a priority need, you should make arrangements to have items left elsewhere.Trash & Recycling Collection – These services may be impacted. BCA will work with Republic to collect trash and recycling between 6:00am and 7:00am on streets that are impacted on Tuesday and Friday. Impacted residents should place toters curbside the night prior to assure prompt collection. No bulk item or yards debris will be collected on impacted streets on these days. Check the maps to determine if you will be impacted.
We Need Your Assistance
There are two primary items where your assistance is needed. If applicable, your sprinkler system needs to be turned off on both the day before and the day that your street is scheduled for treatment. The sealant cannot be put down on a wet street. You can turn your system back on when the roads open to traffic.
The second item is relevant during the 24-hour period following the application. The roads will be “tacky”. If a vehicle rides on it and then goes on a concrete curb or driveway, it will leave tracks that are virtually impossible to remove (not to mention what could splash on your car that will also be very hard to remove). You will also need to avoid walking on the treated roads and trails, as shoe soles can also track the product onto driveways and/or into your home.
A Big Thank You
BCA would like to thank you in advance for your cooperation. There will be a slight inconvenience while the seal coat cures, but the effects will last for years. Taking actions, such as this, to properly maintain Brambleton, is necessary so that our property values and community remain in a positive position.