Friday Flash
Weekly Community News Bulletin

December 28, 2018



BCA Wishes You a Happy New Year! - The BCA Management Office will close on Monday, December 31st at 1 PM and remain closed through Tuesday, January 1st. The office will reopen on Wednesday, January 2nd at 9 AM.

Holiday Trash & Recycling - Republic Services will not be performing trash collection on Tuesday, January 1st. They will perform trash and recycling collection on a normal schedule on Friday, January 4th. Waste containers are to be placed curbside no later than 7 AM for service. Please note that seasonal yard debris pickup has ended and will resume on March 5th, 2019.

Christmas Tree Recycling Pickup - Services are scheduled for Tuesday, January 8th and Tuesday, January 15th. Trees in excess of 8 feet are to be cut in half, and all lights and decorations are to be removed before placing trees curbside. Trees placed curbside after January 16th will be picked up as regular trash on scheduled collection days.

BCA is Hiring - BCA is seeking qualified candidates for a full-time Community Standards Advisor position. For a full job description, please visit our Careers page.

Brambleton Magazine Winter Issue - The Winter 2018-2019 issue of the Brambleton Magazine has been mailed to all Brambleton residents, and you can view the magazine online here. If you are interested in advertising in future magazine issues, please email us for rates and more information at



BCA Events Survey - BCA is conducting an Events Survey to better understand the desires of our residents regarding the current and future events program. The survey can be taken here and will be open until Friday, January 11th, 2019. This survey is for Brambleton residents only. Information will only be used by BCA and will not be shared with any other entity.

Fans in the Stands - Please join Brambleton Kids Care on Saturday, January 5th as Fans in the Stands to cheer on some amazing athletes at the Special Olympics Basketball Tournament! Meet us at Tuscarora High School in Leesburg from 11 AM to 2 PM. Kids are encouraged to make inspiring signs for the athletes. Contact Christine Elansary for more information or to RSVP.

Brambleton House Hop (aka Roving Dinner) - Come to this annual progressive dinner/scavenger hunt on Saturday, March 9th from 6 PM to midnight. This is the perfect way to meet new people in the neighborhood while having a blast! There are 4 courses total, 3 at residents’ homes, and then we end the night at the Corner Clubhouse for desserts, a DJ, and dancing! Spots are limited, so don’t hesitate to sign up. Click here for more information and to register.


Kids Craft for INOVA Children’s Hospital - BCA is collecting No-Sew Blankets to be donated to INOVA Children's Hospital. You and your family can make blankets for a child and drop them off at the BCA office by Monday, December 31st. Click here for instructions and more details.

Cards for Soldiers BCA is collecting Cards for Soldiers that will be donated to our local military facilities through the American Red Cross. Please donate blank, stamped cards that represent all holidays (Birthday, Thank You, Congratulations, etc.) as well as blank cards. You can drop your donation in the North Pole Mailbox in the Welcome Center until Monday, December 31st. Instructions and more details can be found here.


RESTART Program - Are you trying to get healthy this winter? Join the RESTART Program! This 5-week program starts Monday, January 14th, 2019 and is part nutritional education, part sugar detox, and part support group. For more information, check out the program flyer and page.


New Year at the Marketplace - They say that all good things must come to an end, but we know one thing that never will! The EatLoco Brambleton Marketplace will be open every Sunday in 2019! Join us this Sunday from 9 AM to 1 PM to visit your favorite vendors. Also, don't miss the official kick-off of our inaugural winter season on Sunday, January 6th where you can meet some new vendors! Thanks to all our patrons who made 2018 so great; let’s keep it going for 2019!


Winter Preparation of Hose Bibs - With the cold front approaching and a potential frost on the way, it’s time to retire your garden hose! Every year it’s important to turn off your outdoor water supply lines correctly – however, if it’s done incorrectly, any water left in the supply line can freeze and expand, causing the pipes to split. Click here to follow step-by-step tips to make sure that your hose bib is prepared for winter.


Holiday Hours - The Brambleton Group wishes all of you a safe and happy holiday season! Please note that all builder model homes and the Welcome Center will be closed on January 1st.


Loudoun Workforce Resource Center: Coffee with a Career Counselor - Loudoun residents are invited to have coffee with a career counselor from the Loudoun Workforce Resource Center. Stop by Bean Bar on Wednesday, January 9th and Blend Coffee Bar on Wednesday, January 16th for a conversation about anything career-related. Review your resume, ask questions about your job search, and find out about resources and job opportunities. More information can be found here.


Enhanced Weather Alerts with Alert Loudoun - Alert Loudoun provides subscribers with the opportunity to receive weather alerts that could impact their geographic area. You can receive weather alerts by email, text, or the Everbridge app. Visit to sign up for Alert Loudoun and find more information.


Tuesday, January 1st

BCA Management Office closed for New Year's Day

Thursday, January 3rd & Friday, January 4th

DMV2GO, 9 AM to 4 PM - Harris Teeter Parking Lot


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