July 20, 2018
Sand Volleyball Court - The construction of Legacy Park’s new sand volleyball court has been completed. The court is open for residents to use, but please note that there will be some additional grading and landscaping occurring around the court. The Association is drafting some basic rules for this amenity which will be posted at the court and on our website once finalized. A resident-initiated Facebook page B_Volleyball has also been launched to spark resident interest and discuss pick-up games and related topics. Questions pertaining to this project can be emailed to CIP@brambleton.org.
Trail Connections Installed - The Park 3 trail connections have been installed and are open to the public. However, there may be some final grading and landscaping occurring around the trails. Questions regarding these connections can be emailed to CIP@brambleton.org.
Bagworms: What Are They and How to Get Rid of Them - Recently a Brambleton resident brought to our attention a sighting of bagworms on her neighbor’s bushes. Bagworms (also known as case moths) are the nemesis of evergreens and can also attack deciduous trees. Bagworms encase themselves in a protective coating made from tree leaves and will lay their eggs inside a distinctive sack, making bagworms difficult to kill. To save your trees from this threat, learn more about the bagworm life cycle to time your attack properly (click here for more information). Cold weather does not kill bagworms, and an infestation will never go away on its own. We encourage residents to monitor their landscaping for signs of infestation and act to prevent irreversible damage to the trees.
Bond Release Activity - Bond release work is currently being performed in Sections 24 and 33. These sections are experiencing concrete break and replacement work; this may impact ingress and egress of driveways. Residents will be notified by the developer's contractor if they are affected by this work.
Fire Lane Restriping - Fire lane restriping is currently taking place in the Town Center Residential section.
Blasting Operations in Birchwood - Blasting operations are underway and will continue for approximately the next three months. Blasting may be felt at times by residents living in the southeast corner of the community (Sections 15, 21, 24, and 27).
Float n Flicks: Coco - Come with your family to the Brambleton Corner Pool tonight, July 20th and enjoy Coco! This free screening will start around dusk (8:30 PM), but you are welcome to come to the pool anytime. Coolers are welcome. Pool passes required.
Sizzlin' Summer Concert Series - Our 2018 Sizzlin’ Summer Concert Series continues with Kristen & The Noise on Thursday, July 26th from 7 to 9 PM! This free concert is located on the western end of Legacy Park. Gates open at 6 PM. No pets please.
Diaper Drive - Brambleton Kids Care and NOVA Diaper Bank will host a Diaper Drive on Thursday, July 26th at the Sizzlin’ Summer Concert in Legacy Park. Click here for more information.
Teen Late Night Swim - Rising 6th - 12th graders are invited to our Teen Late Night Swim at Beacon Crest Pool on Friday, July 27th from 8 to 10 PM! Pool passes are required, and guest passes are allowed for up to four guests per household.
Summer Sip & Craft - Join us on Friday, July 27th at 6 PM for Summer Sip & Craft at the Brambleton Community Center. Relax with friends while you create a chic, custom piece of home decor. No experience necessary! This event is BYOB - food and drinks. Click here for more information and to register.
EATLOCO BRAMBLETON MARKETPLACE
Food Truck Rally - EatLoCo's Food Truck Rally is now underway in Brambleton! This rally takes place every other Thursday from 5 to 8 PM, with the next rally occurring on Thursday, August 2nd. Enjoy a variety of local food trucks offering everything from quesadillas to barbecue to falafel and more! Visit EatLoCo's Food Truck Rally page for more information.
Summer at the EatLoCo Brambleton Marketplace - Enjoy great summer offerings at the EatLoCo Brambleton Marketplace! Come to the corner of Legacy Park and Olympia Dr every Sunday from 9 AM to 1 PM to support local farmer and artisan vendors. Visit the Brambleton Marketplace page on the EatLoCo website for vendor and event information. This Sunday, July 22nd, enjoy live music from artist Christopher Marsh!
“This Business of Autism” Documentary Premiere - Come out on Saturday, July 28th to Regal Fox Cinemas for the Northern Virginia premiere of the inspiring documentary "This Business of Autism”! The film starts at 2 PM and is followed by a Q&A session with the cast and director. Tickets and more information can be found here.
Places of Worship - Are you in search of a local place of worship? Visit our page which provides a list of worship options in Brambleton and surrounding areas. If you have any questions or would like to add another place of worship to the list, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Proper Storage of Play Equipment - BCA would like to share a friendly reminder that portable play equipment that is easily transportable by one person, such as soccer nets, bikes, or scooters, must be stored out of view of neighboring properties when not in use. Additional guidelines for play equipment can be found here. Guidelines for basketball hoops can be found here. If you have any questions, please contact the Community Standards Advisors at 703-542-6263 or email@example.com.
Pet Waste Removal - Please be a considerate neighbor and pick up and dispose of your pet’s waste. There are several pet waste receptacles with bag dispensers located throughout Brambleton. Removal and disposal of waste is part of our Pet Policy as well as a Loudoun County Ordinance, whether on your own property or in a common area. More information can be found here. If you have any questions or concerns, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 703-542-6263.
Public Street Light Outages - BCA conducts quarterly light inspections; however, residents are encouraged to report street light outages to their respective utility company which is responsible for the operation of these street light fixtures. Visit our street light outage page for details on where to report outages.
TALK OF THE TOWN CENTER
Rhino Rides - Dust off your bike for a weekly ride with neighbors and new friends! Bicycle Outfitters staff lead Wednesday night Rhino Rides through the community, finishing at Lost Rhino Retreat. The next ride will take place on Wednesday, July 25th. Meet at 6:30 PM in front of Bicycle Outfitters. Helmets & working bike lights required. Call 703-327-3222 for more details.
AhSo Restaurant - AhSo is now hosting a Private Micro Wine Dinner series! Enjoy a six course meal with wine pairings, with each dinner following a unique theme. The next dinner takes place on Wednesday, August 8th and takes participants on a “European Vacation”. Click here to purchase tickets, and visit the AhSo website for more information. Tickets cost $135/person including gratuity.
Regal Summer Movie Express - Keep the kids entertained this summer with the 10-week Regal Summer Movie Express. Every Tuesday & Wednesday through August 22nd, you’ll find kid-friendly classics at 10 AM at Regal Fox Cinemas for only $1 each! A portion of the proceeds goes to the Will Rogers Institute.
COUNTY CORNERBlasting Scheduled at Route 7/Belmont Ridge Rd Interchange -
Blasting at the site of the Route 7 and Route 659 (Belmont Ridge Rd) interchange has begun and will continue through next week. Blasting is generally scheduled to occur between the hours of 10 AM and 2 PM as conditions permit. Visit https://www.loudoun.gov/route7-659
for updates and more information.
Capital Project Status Report -
Loudoun County builds public facilities and infrastructure improvements to serve county residents and businesses. The county has an online map and database that provides updates on the county's many capital infrastructure projects. Click here
to find an interactive project map along with more information.MARK YOUR CALENDARSTuesday, July 24thFinance Committee Meeting, 7:30 PM - BCA Management Office