Van Metre has begun blasting Section 23 (Truro Parish near Belmont Ridge Road.) Right now the blasting is anticipated to take about 30 days. Typically the blasts take place every few days. This is dependent on how much rock we run into, the weather, etc. The blaster tries to schedule the blasts in the afternoon between 2 and 3 o’clock. If there is weather moving in the area, they try to move the blast time up in the day.
Due to the formation of the rock ridges – some homes that are located along the same ridge do feel the blasts more intensely than others.
Questions? .Please contact Van Metre at 703-348-5824.
Loudoun County seeks to develop an interconnected, countywide linear parks and trails system. The comprehensive system will provide a variety of functions and benefits, including recreation, alternative transportation, wildlife habitat, water quality protection, flood hazard reduction, aquifer recharge, erosion prevention, property value enhancement, economic development and scenic beauty. The LPAT plan addresses passive recreation trails, not sidewalks or paved multi-use paths. Paved, multiuse paths and sidewalks are under the direction of the Loudoun County Transportation Plan through the Planning and Zoning Department. We are reaching out to various stakeholder groups to get feedback on the draft LPAT plan and will be incorporating public feedback into the next draft plan for the county’s review. As such, one of our stakeholder groups are the county’s HOAs and neighborhood groups. HOA residents, please review and complete the survey below by June 15th. This survey seeks to gauge community interest and/or concerns with new public trails in or near your neighborhood: LINK https://wwwd:.surveymonkey.com/r/52JT2C8 Additional information:
READ! Residents who registered last year in Cellbadge and submitted photos to the HOA (NO PHOTOS, NO ENTRY!) do not need to do anything more for future seasons. Registration is only done ONCE!HOA staff will send a confirmation email indicating that your registration is complete.These are virtual passes only, no more physical cards are required to enter the pools, just provide your name or address to the lifeguards each visit.
All three pools will operate at normal capacity with regular hours, access to chairs and no COVID restrictions. If you haven’t already, residents are required to register their household ONE-TIME in Cellbadge, add household members and email photos to the HOA to set up virtual passes to gain access to the pools. Read More>>
The HOA office only reviews registrations and imports photos during business hours, M-F, 9am-5pm.
Please note CDC guidelines state that fully vaccinated individuals do not have to wear masks. Those who are unvaccinated or not fully vaccinated are strongly encouraged to wear masks.
The Fitness Center will reopen on Friday, May 28th, with normal hours of operation, from 5:00am to 11:00pm, 7 days per week and existing fitness members’ cards will be reactivated at that time. New member and replacement access cards are $25 each. Please click HERE to apply for access or to pay for a replacement.
PLEASE NOTE: The CDC guidelines state that fully vaccinated individuals do not have to wear masks. Those who are unvaccinated or not fully vaccinated are strongly encouraged to wear masks.
The Modifications Subcommittee is seeking two volunteers to join their dynamic group of individuals immediately. As a member, you will help maintain aesthetics and encourage consistency throughout the community. If you are interested in joining this committee please email Robin Crews at firstname.lastname@example.org by 5:00pm on Tuesday, June 1, 2021.
The Events Committee is always looking for volunteers to help organize, plan and work the variety of events we host each year in Broadlands. If interested, please contact Natalie at email@example.com.
BROADLANDS LIVE! COMMITTEE
Broadlands Live! is preparing two concerts on the following Fridays this summer: August 6th and September 3rd. These concerts won’t happen unless we have volunteers. Please consider giving your time and email Jason at BroadlandsLive@broadlandshoa.com to inquire how you can volunteer.
CONSERVATION LANDSCAPING COMMITTEE
If you are interested in community landscaping, gardening and learning about native plants, join our committee to work in the gardens and on programs to support healthier landscaping and environment in our community. Please email Committee Chair, Oya, Simpson at firstname.lastname@example.org
May 22, 2021 @ 8:00 PM – 10:30 PM Nature Center Back Lawn, 21907 Claiborne Parkway Free Outdoor Movie Night event for all Graduating Briar Woods Seniors. Come celebrate your upcoming graduation with the class of 2021. The Avengers movie will start at dusk. Free candy, popcorn, drinks, and giveaways. Participants should bring their Briar Woods ID, a chair and must wear a mask.
Kickoff your summer with a unique socialization and bonding experience for you and your furry friend at the dog wash walk-thru on Saturday, June 5: 8:00-11:00am at the Summerbrooke Pool (rain date June 6th). There will be walk-thru washing stations to get your canine’s coat clean and shiny. A15-minute time slot will be allocated for each canine. Time slots are limited.
ANNUAL MEETING – The 2021 Annual Meeting of the members of Broadlands Association, Inc. will be held virtually on Tuesday, May 4, 2021 at 7:00pm. You may log in as early as 6:45pm. Details on how to attend can be found at the following link:
Purpose of this Meeting: You will be voting for up to four (4) candidates to fill the open positions on the Board of Directors. The three (3) candidates receiving the highest number of votes cast by the members voting will be elected to a three-year term to end in May of 2024. The candidate receiving the fourth highest number of votes will be elected to a two-year term to end in May of 2023. In the event of a tie vote between candidates for the final position, the tying candidates may concede to one another, agree to allow for a flip of the coin to determine the outcome, or if neither of these is agreed to by all parties involved, a Run-Off Election will need to be held.
Please review the Official 2021 Annual Meeting Notice, which includes the following: official announcement, agenda, election and voting instructions, nominating forms of candidates and 2020 annual meeting minutes
VOTING DETAILS – OWNERS’ VOTES ARE VITAL FOR A QUORUM TO BE REACHED! Please cast your vote by 5:00pm on May 3rd using the instructions below.
Please log onto tieivote.com with your unique username and password (provided to you in the official mailing and via email from email@example.com for those previously registered) to submit your proxy if you are unable to attend the meeting in person. You may elect to use your proxy for quorum purposes only or you may cast votes for us to four candidates. If you need assistance locating your username and password, have any questions about voting process, or have any issues accessing the TIEiVOTE™ system, please contact The Inspectors of Election directly at 888-211-5332 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.