As we prepare for potential snowy conditions this winter season, we want to provide the following helpful guidelines and information regarding snow removal:
BROADLANDS STREET LIST – This is a comprehensive list of all streets in our community and identifies who is responsible for their maintenance (VDOT, HOA or DEV). The HOA does not plow or maintain VDOT streets. Should you have concerns regarding snow removal or street repairs, please review the above list to see who maintains your street and use the following contacts to inquire:
Please ensure your payment system reflects the correct monthly amount as noted below. For personal bank bill pay, update the payment amount for timely and complete payments. For ClickPay, adjust the amount to reflect the 2024 monthly rate as shown below or set up automatic payments. If your account is set to pay a specific amount, only you can update it for the 2024 monthly rate. Assessment coupons will be mailed to owners not enrolled in ClickPay recurring payments. To sign up for ClickPay or make payments, visit www.ClickPay.com/FirstService. Select “pay balance in full” to avoid having to make adjustments for future changes.For assistance, call 888-354-0135 (option 1).
Hillside Single Family Homes (VDOT streets – landscape services)
Courtyard Homes &Hillside–Rainer Pl(landscape services)
Park Glen Villas (landscape services – outside of fenced areas)
Southern Walk Assessments – If you live in the south section of Broadlands, you may be a ‘part of the sub association, Southern Walk at Broadlands. The assessment you pay for SW is for the Verizon Fios contract. Please make sure that the SW HOA assessment and the Broadlands HOA assessment are paid separately to prevent any issues with each account. For all questions related to the SW Verizon assessment, please contact the SWHOA HERE>>
CONDOS – The following fees are for informational purposes only as they are included when paying your condo association dues. For assessment, refi, or condo related questions, please contact condo manager, please click HERE for condo information:
The entire building and patios will remain closed for the duration of the renovation project. Patio furniture is not available for use at this time. Updates will be posted here on our website as needed.
While the Nature Center building is currently under renovation, the HOA staff has temporarily moved to the Clubhouse situated at 43360 Rickenbacker Sq. The HOA staff can be contacted during regular office hours, Monday through Friday, from 9:00am to 5:00pm by using the contact information below. Please note that the Rickenbacker building is locked to public traffic. To seek help or schedule an in-person appointment, please email or call first to inquire:
All residential and commercial collection services have been suspended for the remainder of today, Monday, January 15th due to inclement weather. There will be no makeup day; instead, services will resume on your next regularly scheduled pickup day. Patriot’s office will be open. Please contact us at 703-257-7100 or email@example.com if you have any questions. Thank you.
Provided is an overview and update on the Tillett’s View land use application (LEGI-2023-0031) that is currently in the public review process. The application will appear at the January 10th Board of Supervisors’ Public Hearing for consideration. The Public Hearing will take place at 6:00 pm at the Loudoun County Government Center (1 Harrison Street SE, Leesburg). Comments can be made over the phone or in person. To sign up to speak at the Public Hearing, view the agenda, or watch the public hearing, visit: Loudoun.gov/Meetings.
This application proposes to rezone approximately 50 acres of vacant land southeast of Waxpool Elementary School and surrounding the area where Waxpool Road, Belmont Ridge Road, and Black Angus Drive meet, near the old Tillett’s Auction Barn. The request is to rezone from rural commercial and R-1 (one residential unit per acre) to a higher density residential zoning to construct up to 110 stacked condo units, 184 townhouse units, and 103 single-family units (397 total units). This application was forwarded to the Board with a unanimous recommendation of denial from the Planning Commission. To read more about this application, visit:
Dulles Greenway Toll Increase Public Hearing – Jan 9th
REMINDER! The SCC will hold a public hearing on January 9th to receive comments on the application submitted by the owner of the Dulles Greenway to increase the toll rates by 40% during peak hours and 22% during other times. The public hearing will be held in South Riding at Freedom High School in the auditorium, 25450 Riding Center Drive, Chantilly. The hearing will be from 6 pm to 10 pm. READ MORE>>