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. They are scheduled to be on site from Monday, February 20th-Thursday, February 23rd. We do not anticipate any significant interruptions in sidewalk access. Detailed information on the process can be found on their website at http://concretejack.com/sidewalk-repair/. These repairs are both environmentally friendly (uses existing concrete rather than removing, discarding of, and repouring old concrete) and cost efficient.
Trees are an integral part of the overall image and character of Broadlands and must be protected. You are required to obtain approval from the HOA before you can remove trees from your property. Prior to applying, please check your survey plat to verify that the tree is on your property. Tree stumps must be removed below ground level and the area reestablished.
For more details, please refer to the Design Guidelines on Tree Removal or contact our office at 703-729-9704. For general information on the Modifications Subcommittee approval process, click HERE>>
MONDAY HOLIDAYS ARE FOR NATURE CENTER ADVENTURES!
Attention Kindergartners through 5th Graders, come to the Broadlands Nature Center on the following Monday holidays and spend the day with the Naturalist!
All program times are from 7:45am – 2:45pm, Please click on REGISTER HERE for details, to register and pay:
As a new service to the community, we are offering full-day Nature Center Adventures on Monday holidays. We know everyone doesn’t get the day off; and if the kids have a holiday from school it should be fun and memorable. The programs will be held outdoors as much as possible, dress accordingly. Grades 3rd-5th have the opportunity of doing animal care training and becoming part of our Youth Naturalist program. All participants will take part in animal care, nature learning, scavenger hunts; learning through creating, and games. Hours for this program are the same as the school, 7:45am – 2:45pm, with options to lengthen if needed. Price per day is $50.00 with a reduction of $40.00 per child if multiple children are enrolled. These programs include all of the materials, but none of the food (please send a packed lunch with your child). The ratio of instructor to participants will never be greater than 1:12, 24 students maximum. Youth Naturalist interns will be present to support animal care training and interactions as well as to facilitate team games.
IF WE DO NOT GET A MINIMUM OF 8 PARTICIPANTS, THE PROGRAM WILL BE CANCELLED AND YOU WILL BE NOTIFIED PRIOR TO THE PROGRAM DATE.
The HOA Offices and Nature Center will be closed on Friday, December 30th and Monday, January 2nd for Christmas.
Trash and Recycling Holiday Schedule: Service schedule will not be impacted on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day since both holidays are on Sunday this year and therefore services will be provided as usual on the Monday following each holiday. However, Patriot Disposal’s offices will be closed.
Christmas Tree Collection: Christmas trees will be collected on trash collection days during the weeks of January 2nd and January 9th. All tinsel and decorations must be removed and trees should NOT be placed in plastic bags.
Congratulations to the winners of Broadlands Annual Holiday Home Decorating Contest. Check out their amazing decor:
- 21501 Hearthstone
- 42803 Songbird
- 21463 Tithables
- 21888 Hawksbury
- 42784 Ridgeway
2016 Holiday Decorating Contest Winners
Please join us for Broadlands HOA’s Annual Visit with Santa
Friday, December 2nd, 5:00pm – 8:00pm, at the Broadlands Clubhouse, 43360 Rickenbacker Square,
Light refreshments will be provided and musical performances by:
–Hillside Elementary School Chorus
–Mill Run Elementary School Chorus
–Eagle Ridge Middle Jazz Band
We will have a TOYS FOR TOTS box to collect new, unwrapped toy donations. Last year, it was wonderful to see the box overflowing with your kindness and generosity. Please help us to do it again this year. Please be sure to bring your camera for photos of your family.
*****CANCELLED DUE TO LOW PARTICIPATION****
Do Not Miss Out On This Unique Opportunity…Hurry and Sign Up Now!
Thursday, December 8, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM at the Nature Center,
$10 per participant, ****PLEASE NOTE: Due to the fast pace of the course, mature teens are welcome, but adults are our primary audience.
Colds and Flu Prevention and Cures: Make them yourself with our local plants $10 per participantEach participant will leave with locally grown and prepared on site Sambucus Negra (elderberry syrup) and two bath salt preparations for colds. 7 other preventative and healing herbal remedies will be demonstrated and healing soup recipes distributed. Learn how to prepare teas, tinctures, syrups, bath salts and homemade cough drops for yourself and family.
The HOA Offices and Nature Center will close at noon on Wednesday, November 23rd and will be closed all day on Thursday, November 24th and Friday, November 25th in observance of Thanksgiving.
For the holiday trash schedule, click HERE>>
We will begin our annual fall fertilization treatment Monday, November 18. HLS uses “pesticide” signs to indicate where the fertilization treatments will occur in the common areas. Flags will be placed once the fertilization treatment has been put down.