Please review the following Community Information Meeting Notice for a proposed ES-31 Dulles North area elementary school. This meeting will be held on Thursday, September 21st at 6:30pm in the LCPS Administration Building. The second page of the notice includes a map for the location of the proposed site: LCSP Proposed Elementary School Notice
If you cannot attend and wish to have additional information, you may contact: Sara Howard-O’Brien, Land Management Supervisor Division of Planning Services Loudoun County Public Schools 21000 Education Court, Suite 210 Ashburn, VA 20148 Phone: 571-252-1050 Fax: 571-252-1101 Email: email@example.com
If you are trying to reach FirstService Residential for HOA assessment and account related questions, please be patient as some of their call centers have been affected by the latest weather conditions.
As Irma is tracking to Florida, the Customer Care Center has moved all calls to the Nevada center. The volume for the Customer Care Center will be extremely high due to Haley and now Irma, which will make call times longer than normal. FSR realizes the importance of homeowner inquiries, so the Nevada center has added team members to assist with the volume.
Pooch Pool Party – Saturday, September 9, 9:00am – 1:00pm – Summerbrooke Pool –SIGN UP HERE: DETAILS>>
The Nature Center and HOA offices will be closed Friday, September 1st and Monday, September 4th for Labor Day. Pools will be closed for the 2017 season beginning Tuesday, September 5th.
PLEASE NOTE: NO trash or yard waste service on Labor Day.
MAKE UP DAY FOR YARD WASTE ONLY: Wednesday, September 6th
This is an update from prior postings in the newsletter and Blast.
Broadlands has contracted with TRiTechnologies to perform asphalt rejuvenation services on the HOA-owned roads within the community. Asphalt rejuvenation extends the serviceable life of pavement for several years. The rejuvenator application penetrates the asphalt surface, replenishing the oils and provides a seal on the surface to protect the underlying pavement from the aging effects of air, sunlight, water and fuel. It seals hairline cracks and restores the flexibility that prevents cracking. Not only does it save money, it’s also more environmentally friendly than milling and repaving on a more frequent basis.
The estimated date to start the work is in October, weather permitting. We will provide a detailed schedule of road work and updates as soon as they are available. On the scheduled day for your street, TRiTechnologies will start at 7:00 am closing down the lot/street entrance with barricades and yellow caution tape. Please remove all vehicles by 7:00 am on your scheduled work day or they will be towed at the owners’ expense. You will not be able to access your driveway for up to 36 hours, so please be prepared by parking vehicles on alternative roads. Foot traffic will be prohibited on the surface while the streets are closed to keep the material from tracking. Crack sealing and road striping will be performed the following day and the areas will reopen to traffic within approximately 36 hours.
TRiTechnologies will try to limit the impact on the homeowners, but roadways will need to be closed and limited to pedestrian traffic on sidewalks or turf areas until the road is reopened the following day. There will be no trash pickup on work days. Mail delivery can be completed if the carrier is able to walk in and drop the mail off. We will communicate with the USPS, Patriot Disposal, FedEx, UPS and schools to coordinate alternative plans for these services. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding during this necessary construction period. For more information, please review the TRiTechnologies website at https://www.tritechnologiesasphaltrejuvenation.com/. Questions may be directed to Sarah Gerstein at firstname.lastname@example.org or 703-729-9704.
PLEASE READ ABOUT SLURRY SEAL PROCESS:
QUESTIONS? Contact the following:
- Matt May of Slurry Pavers, Inc, 804-716-7860 OR
- Rick Kibler of VDOT 703-366-1928 OR
- Jeff Dilly, project superintendent 804-393-6831
These are fast operations that only impact the locations marked and where ‘No Parking’ signage is posted. Contractors will maintain safe traffic flow during these operations. Full access parking will be available after operations in the specified areas that are complete and at the end of the work days. This schedule is based off of the Contractor’s submitted work schedule and may be impacted by weather. Contractor may arrive on site before the start time of 8:00AM to prepare for work. Equipment will be parked at various locations during the progression of work and at the end of the work shift. No entrances or family recreation areas will be impacted by this equipment parking.
PLEASE NOTE: Trash/recycling services MAY be affected if your street is scheduled for maintenance. Since VDOT’s schedule could change at anytime, we are not able to reschedule trash services. Patriot will make every effort to service your street on trash days, but if roadwork is underway and your trash/recycling cannot be collected, you will need to place your bins out again on the next scheduled pick-up day.
FAMILY CAMP OUT
August 18th – Sign up HERE>>
COMING TO THE CAMP OUT TONIGHT? Since we are expecting thunderstorms until 6 pm we recommend that you do not pitch your tent until the storms have passed. We’ll open the nature center for meeting the animals around 6:30 pm and light the fire pit around 7.
Every month now through October, we will have two Friday campouts per month. This will allow you to come and pitch a tent, enjoy S’mores and a fire pit, come inside and pet the animals and have bedtime stories. You can come to the Nature Center lawn and pitch your tent at 4:00pm, but we don’t light the fire until around 7:00pm. Kids have night games in the lawn and, when the weather is hot, we get out all of the water toys. If you want to come and enjoy the evening but don’t have the camping equipment we would love to have you. Costs are only $10.00 per family. These costs remain the same if you camp out or not as they cover the wood and marshmallows.
FLICKS IN THE STICKS
Final Movie of the Season: Rogue One – Saturday, August 19 – 8:30 pm
Bring a picnic dinner – or pick up something from one of the great local restaurants – and stake out your spot on the lawn. Coolers, lawn chairs*, and picnic blankets are welcome. Free popcorn and drinks are provided. This is a popular event, so come early for a good seat! Movies will begin shortly after sundown – as soon as it’s dark. The times listed are approximate. Reservations not required. In the event of inclement weather, check the website to see if this event is cancelled or rescheduled. Parents, you’ll find links to the Parental Guidance from IMDB below for your review. Click for More Details>>
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