April 1, 2016
Street Sweeping Ongoing Throughout Brambleton - BCA has made arrangements to have all VDOT streets, BCA Streets, and Developer streets with no active home construction swept to remove excessive amounts of sand and debris. Residents are asked to assist with the sweeping process by taking the following actions:
USPS-Maintained Group Mailboxes
- Park vehicles in garages and driveways so that the sweeper can service the entire street.
- Blow or sweep any sand on driveway aprons or sidewalks into the street.
- Blow sand off the concrete curb and gutter portion of the street to expedite service, but do not place sand into piles on the street.
- Have you lost your mailbox key, or are you experiencing issues with the key or lock working properly? If so, please contact the Ashburn Post Office
, as they are the proper resource to resolve these issues. A $30.00 fee includes replacing the cylinder lock on the mailbox and three (3) new keys.
Development Activity Update – Brambleton’s developer continues to perform bond release activity throughout the community. Work may include asphalt repair; concrete marking, break and repair; marking, or digging and installation of street lights. Work typically begins in the early morning and is complete by the early afternoon. In addition to the ongoing development in the community, for the week of 4/04/16, bond release activity may occur in the following sections:
- Stratford Landing Pool
- Brambleton Corner Pool
Toll Brothers to Host Second Outreach Meeting RE: New Belmont Ridge Neighborhood – Tuesday, April 19th, 7:00 PM at Brambleton Community Center. Toll Brothers would like to invite Brambleton homeowners to preview the plans for the 6.95-acre Addison/McDonald property assemblage located at 23353 and 23397 Belmont Ridge Road (between the intersections of Fresh Rain Square and Franklin Benjamin Terrace). This new neighborhood will consist of 43 new luxury townhomes with over 40 percent of the property maintained as open space. The layout will include over 11,000 square feet of active recreation space featuring a tot lot as well as a central community green. Renderings and layouts of this neighborhood will be available for viewing at the meeting. Please contact Michael Romeo, AICP at (571) 209-5772 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Claim Your Scavenger Hunt Prizes - Tomorrow, April 2nd. Participants should show their selfies at the Registration table at the Bunny Trail to collect their prize-filled eggs. If you can't make it to the trail, you can still collect your eggs at the BCA office during normal business hours between April 4th - 8th. Email email@example.com for more information.
Brambleton Bettas New Member Registration - Registration opens to all Brambleton residents aged 5-18 beginning Saturday, April 2nd, at 3:00 AM. Registration and FAQs are on the website at http://brambletonswimteam.com. The cost per swimmer is $180. All swimmers must be able to complete a length of the pool (25m) independently in order to join the team. There will be no Mini Bettas program in 2016. For questions, please contact Kelly Nelson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reserve Your Space at the Spring Yard Sale - April 23rd. Get rid of your old stuff and free up some space in your closets and garage. Reserve your space at the Community Center, or add your address to the community directory of participating homes. Sign up today!
Tickets Going Fast for Brambleton's Gold Cup Experience - May 7th, 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM. Don your big hats and seersucker suits, and hop on the Bram Bus for a day at the races! Cost is $100/person and includes round-trip transportation, event ticket, and catering by Marriott. BYOB. Click here for more information and to buy tickets.
Seeking Volunteers for Brew Fest - May 21st. That's right, we're bringing Brew Fest back! And we need your help to make it great. Volunteers will get free admission to the event, t-shirt, sample glass, 6 5oz beer samples (21 and over only), and access to the hospitality tent. Sign up today!
Register Now for Summer Camps - Still trying to decide what to do with the kids this summer? We're bringing back some of our favorite Summer Camp programs and adding a few new ones to the mix. Visit our Summer Camp page for more information and sign up today.
COMMUNITY Highlight on Design Guidelines
Need to Get Rid of Old Paperwork or Electronics? - April 2nd, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM. Be sure to stop by the “No-Cost, On Site, While You Watch” Shredding & Electronics Recycling Event at the RE/MAX Premier parking lot located at 44675 Cape Ct., Ashburn. Contact Dan at email@example.com or call 703-508-5762 with questions.
Mothers' Support Group - April 6th, 10:00 AM, at StoneSprings Hospital. Occurs every Wednesday. The Mothers' Support Group is open to all new and experienced mothers. Each week we will be talking about a different topic related to mothering and caring for your newborn. Come to our group and meet other mothers in your area who are facing and embracing the challenges and joys of motherhood. Call 571-349-5230 for more information.
Pets Running at Large - In Loudoun County, including Brambleton, pets are not permitted to roam free without a leash, and pet owners are required to pick up after their pets. To report concerns for animals running at large 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; this serves as the framework to guide the Association’s intervention. To file a complaint with the Association, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that Brambleton and Loudoun County do not have any breed or size specific restrictions for pet dogs.
Brambleton Community Association has several ponds located throughout the community. With recent warmer temperatures, residents are allowing pets to swim in the ponds. Swimming of any kind is not permitted in any ponds within the community. BCA encourages residents to “See Something, Say Something." If you see someone or a pet venturing out into the ponds, please tell them to stay out for their safety, or contact the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office to request their intervention at 703-777-1021. Please remember to follow our pond safety signs and enjoy the view from the shoreline.
- Spring is upon us, and many residents are starting to work on their lawns and landscaping. Some changes and or additions to the landscaping that was provided by the builder may need to be applied for and approved by the Covenants Committee prior to making the changes. Please review the Design Guidelines for landscaping
to see what requires approval and what the submission requirements are for either.
At this time of year the Association receives a high volume of applications so please submit applications as soon as you have your plans, allowing time for review and approval so you can schedule your contractors. Design Review Meeting Scheduled for April 11th
- Applications that are submitted on or prior to April 6 will be reviewed for accuracy
- Applications may be submitted up to 5:00 PM on April 11th in the office
- In the drop box outside the office door before 9:00 AM on April 11, 2016
- Via email to email@example.com up to 5:00 PM April 11, 2016 (please include your property address in the subject line)
- Or you can bring it to the meeting beginning at 7:00 PM.
If you have any questions regarding the design review process or guidelines, please visit the website
or contact Elizabeth Stulga at firstname.lastname@example.org
, or call 703-542-6263.The Covenants Committee is Seeking Your Input
- The Design Guidelines are in the process of revision. Please submit suggestions or comments to email@example.com