Friday Flash
Weekly Community News Bulletin

November 3, 2017



Section Acceptance Inspections - The Association will be inspecting the common areas and related improvements for deficiencies in Section 21 and 22 in preparation of acceptance/turnover from the developer to the Association.  Residents with common area concerns in these areas of the community are asked to email with a description of the concern and location.  Association staff will then inspect the concern and determine next action. 

Fall Fertilization - Common Areas in Sections 18, 24, 27 or 33 will receive the final round of fertilizer for this year starting Monday, November 6th.  This will be a combination of granular and liquid application, so please wait until it dries to venture back out onto the turf.  Once completed, the large application signs will be removed from the listed sections of the community. If they are still posted, then we are still working.  Contact Dave Rusch if you have questions or need more information.  

BCA's Annual Meeting - The Annual Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, November 14th at 7:00 PM at the Brambleton Corner Clubhouse.  Notice of the meeting was mailed to all official owners and co-owners.  Contact if you have questions about the meeting or need accommodations to participate.  


Brambleton’s Developer Continues to Perform Bond Release Activity throughout the Community - 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 upcoming week, bond release activity may occur in the following sections (see site map for locations):

  • Creighton Road from Olympia Drive to Evergreen Mills
  • Northstar Blvd from Creighton Road to Shreveport Drive


Online Registration Closing for Lace Up for Learning 5k & Mascot Mini Mile - Register online by noon on Wednesday, November 8th.  Don’t miss the school spirit event of the year benefiting YOUR school on Saturday, Nov. 11th.

Brambleton Race Traffic on Saturday, November 11th - Please be advised that community trails, some residential streets, and streets within the Town Center will be in use for the Lace Up for Learning 5k race course between 8:30 AM and 9:45 AM.  Police and course marshals will be stationed along the race route to guide traffic, but please plan extra time in the morning to get to any scheduled activities, as traffic may be slowed to allow runners to pass by.  Safety is a primary concern for everyone.  Thank you for your cooperation! Click here to view a map of the course. 

Cards for Soldiers - BCA is collecting cards for soldiers that will be donated to the local VA Hospitals.  The cards are made available to the soldiers to send off to their loved ones.  Donations need to be blank cards, stamped, unsealed, no glitter, and if possible, tied in bundles of three.  You can drop your donation off in the Santa Mailbox in the Welcome Center.  Please visit our website for more information. 


Cub Scout Annual Food Drive - Cub Scout Pack 1500 annual food drive bags will be delivered to Brambleton homes this weekend.  Please fill bags with non-perishable food items and leave them out for collection on Saturday, November 11th.  

Step Up and Support Local Breast Cancer Patients - The Step Sisters are currently accepting donations of gently worn, used and new shoes.  The drop-off box is located in the Welcome Center's pass through, open 9:00 AM - 10:00 PM.
Coat Drive - Local HS PASTA members are hosting a coat drive through mid-November.  Drop off your new or gently worn coats in the Welcome Center.

Meet the author of Inside Out and Back Again - The book your children read in school for LCPL 1book 1community at Briar Woods HS on Wednesday, November 8, at 7:00 PM. 

SAVE THE DATE LCPL’s Science on Tap - At Old Ox Brewery with former Intelligence Officer Dr. Scott J. White on Cybersecurity.  How do we protect ourselves?  Tuesday, November 14 at 6:30 PM. 

Family Giving Day - Monday, November 20th, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM at Legacy Elementary.  Join Brambleton Presbyterian Church to assemble snack bags and hygiene kits.  Email Jess at or click here.   


Is it Time to Clean Your Siding? - Vinyl siding is low maintenance, but requires occasional cleaning to remove dirt, grime and debris that build up over time.  Cleaning also removes mold, mildew and chemical residues 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!


Candy Buy Back Program from November 1-6 - All donations will be provided to troops via Operation Gratitude.  Little Smiles and Costa Family Dentistry will buy your Halloween candy for $1 per pound, up to 10 pounds.  They will also donate $10 to the Step Sisters for every pound of candy donated.   


Get Election Updates by Texting ‘LCVOTES’ to 888777 or Through Alert Loudoun
With the Tuesday, November 7, 2017, General Election approaching, Loudoun County is offering voters a new way to stay informed via text: simply text LCVOTES to 888777 to receive text alerts from the Loudoun County Office of Elections and Voter Registration.  In addition, an Election Update category is now available to subscribers of Alert Loudoun, the county’s email and text notification system.  Other ways to stay informed about voting and elections include:
  • Loudoun County Website: General information about voting in Loudoun County is online at  A webpage dedicated to the November 7 election is available at
  • Social media: The Office of Elections and Voter Registration posts information on Facebook and Twitter.  Loudoun County Government also posts general information on Facebook and Twitter.
LCSO to Participate in No-Shave November - To raise funds for cancer research and treatment and educate residents about preventative measures.  This year’s event will fund organizations including the Prevent Cancer Foundation, Fight Colorectal Cancer, and St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital.  Participating deputies contributed $25, visit to make a donation. 


Looking for a Farmer's Market? - Or just want to stay up to date with healthy eating options in Loudoun?  Check out for this information and more.  


Tuesday, November 7th

Grounds & Facilities Committee Meeting, 7:30 PM - BCA Management Office


Please forward any comments or suggestions to the FLASH or HOA.  For all the latest information, please check our community website.

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