Concrete Jack to Remediate Trip Hazards

Concrete Jack will be performing repair work on HOA owned sidewalks to raise and support or grind down concrete as appropriate, to reduce trip hazards from Monday, November 30th through Friday, December 4th. This work will only be done on HOA owned buildings and HOA owned sidewalks on private streets. This does NOT include sidewalks adjacent to VDOT roads or on resident properties. We do not anticipate any significant interruptions in sidewalk access.  Detailed information on the process can be found on their website at concretejack.com/trip-hazard-repair.  These repairs are both environmentally friendly (uses existing concrete rather than removing, discarding of, and repouring old concrete) and cost efficient.

REMINDER: Candidacy Forms Due by 5pm, Friday, September 25th!

If you are interested in serving, please complete the Nominating Form and Petition for Candidacy and return both documents to the Broadlands Association, Inc. office by 5:00pm on Friday, September 25, 2020. You may email forms directly to sarah@broadlandshoa.com.

The rescheduled 2020 Annual Meeting of the members of Broadlands Association, Inc. will be held virtually on Tuesday, November 10, 2020. Please read the following notice regarding this virtual meeting. If you are interested in serving, you may complete the forms included and return to the HOA office by 5:00pm on Friday, September 25, 2020. READ MORE>>

Please plan to attend this important meeting!

Are You Complying With Parking Regulations?

The Loudoun County Fire Marshal’s Office has requested that we remind our residents that it is illegal to park in fire lanes or within 15 feet of a fire hydrant, regardless of whether there is signage, or a yellow curb painted at the hydrant. The Fire Marshal’s Office and Sheriff’s Department are patrolling the community and issuing tickets for violators. For the specific state code, please visit:  https://law.lis.virginia.gov/vacode/title46.2/chapter12/section46.2-1239/

Vehicles parked in violation of any of the following regulations may be ticketed and towed at the owner’s sole risk and expense:

  • Parking within 15 feet of a fire hydrant.
  • Parking in a fire lane, along a yellow curb or no parking sign area.
  • Parking in the wrong direction on any street.
  • Parking within 10 feet on either side of a mailbox.
  • Blocking any sidewalks. This includes parking your vehicle in a driveway and extending across the sidewalk.
  • Parking within 20 feet of the intersection of curb lines or, if none, within 15 feet of the intersection of property lines.
  • Obstructing access to and from a private driveway.

All residents and visitors shall observe and abide by the Broadlands Association, Inc. parking regulations and those of the State and Loudoun County authorities. The violations mentioned above are just a portion of the guidelines. For details on Broadlands Association, Inc. parking regulations, please read Parking Regulations and Enforcement.

Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Covenants Department at covenants@broadlandshoa.com or (703) 520-9903.