Meet the BCA Board of Directors Candidates - Tonight, November 2nd, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM at Brambleton Corner Clubhouse. This will be an open house style event; residents are welcome to stop in at any time. The three candidates running for the one open Board seat - James Burgess, Vincent Chiusano, and Tom Gurganous - will be available to meet with residents. Candidate profiles can be viewed here. Staff will be available to answer any questions.
Dulles South Quarterly Community Meeting - November 3rd, 7:00 PM at Dulles South Public Safety Center. The quarterly public safety meetings are part of the agency’s effort to better utilize resources, while at the same time providing a higher level of service to county residents. All residents, homeowners associations, community groups, town representatives, and business owners are invited to attend. Topics on the agenda include:
- Introduction of the new Dulles South Assistant Station Commander and Community Resource Deputy.
- Summary of January - August 2016 crime data / criminal events
- Significant events from the station (i.e. Criminal case presentations, DMV2GO review, Medication Drop Box Service, and community outreach events).
There will also be an opportunity for residents to discuss crime trends and community-related issues and concerns with law enforcement. If you have questions or would like to attend, please email email@example.com.
Congratulations, Brambleton! - Brambleton Community Association was awarded the Commercial Business Platinum Level in the 2016 Loudoun Dulles Green Business Challenge. This award is the result of the Association’s Board of Directors and staff taking an active and sustainable approach when making business decisions that impact the management and operation of the Association. As an environmental steward of its common areas and facilities, the Association is continually finding ways to reduce its environmental footprint while improving its operations. This award recognizes the Association’s efforts to save energy, conserve water, reduce waste, protect the environment and native habitat, and provide educational opportunities to its residents along the way. It is an honor for our community to be recognized at the highest level through the Loudoun Dulles Green Business Challenge.