Interested in Composting?
To gauge interest from our residents about potential participation in a Broadlands composting program, please answer a short on-line survey by clicking the link below. Read More>>
Numbers to Call with Snow Removal/Maintenance Questions or Concerns, please check who owns the street first before contacting:
- VDOT Streets (Northern Virginia District Office) 1-800-367-7623 http://vdotplows.org/ to track VDOT truck locations
- HOA Streets (Broadlands Association) 703-729-9704
- Sidewalk Complaints thru Loudoun County LEx: http://iframe.publicstuff.com
STOP! Are you planning on adding or making any changes to the exterior of your home or property? Changes, additions and improvements need approval, whether they physically touch your home or not!
Before making any modification change, addition or improvement to the exterior of your home, an application is required for the Modifications Subcommittee to review. If in doubt an application is needed, please contact Robin Crews, Modifications/Resale Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions. For the full process on how to submit a modification for approval, please visit our website at: broadlandshoa.org/design-guidelines
The Declarations for Broadlands Association Article 7, Section 7.5 (a) – Additions, Alterations, or Improvements by the Owners Subsection – Approval requires that “No person shall make any addition, alteration, or improvement in or to any Lot or any portion of the Property (other than for normal upkeep or natural landscaping and not because of the transparency of glass doors, walls, or windows) which is visible from the exterior of the Lot or such portion of the Property, without the prior written consent of the Covenants Committee.”
There are many low-lying trees along the Broadlands Blvd path that prevent our snow plow crews from continuing to treat those areas. For their safety, these areas will not be worked on until they are safely passable using plows.
Potomac Trees is on property working as quickly as possible to assess and remove damaged trees in the common areas. If you need to report a fallen/leaning tree that stems from the common area, please contact 703-729-9704 or email@example.com and provide location and pictures if possible. The HOA is not responsible to remove damaged trees from resident properties. If you have an emergency situation, please proceed with tree removal, however, you will need to submit an application, after the fact, to the HOA Modification Subcommittee. Please note that stumps are required to be removed below ground level when the weather permits and replacements may be required depending on their location.