Fitness Center

The Broadlands Fitness Center is located in the basement of the Clubhouse at 43360 Rickenbacker Square.

The fitness center includes: 5 treadmills, 4 elliptical machines, 2 stationary bikes, 2 multi-functional weight trainers, 5 strength machines and a row machine. Hours of operation are from 5:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m, 7 days a week. No entry is permitted after 10:30 p.m. Key fob access is $25 each must be purchased and an Agreement submitted for entry. All users of the fitness center must read and comply with the Fitness Center Rules. Read our policy on the Surveillance Cameras at the Fitness Center.  The CDC guidelines state that unvaccinated or not fully vaccinated are strongly encouraged to wear masks.

Talking on cell phones and opening the door for non-members are a direct violation of HOA rules and may result in suspension of fitness center privilege’s.

HOW TO GAIN ACCESS TO THE FITNESS CENTER
The fitness center building is unstaffed, therefore, the application process is done through the HOA office located at 21907 Claiborne Parkway. The HOA office is currently closed to walk-in traffic, however, you may contact the HOA staff during business hours 9am-5pm, Monday-Friday at info@broadlandshoa.com or 703-729-9704 to ask questions or to make arrangements to pick up your key fob AFTER your payment and an Agreement form have been submitted. Fitness key fobs are $25 each. Please follow steps 1-4 below to gain access to the fitness center.

STEP 1: Purchase an key fob online here>>

Access Cards are $25 each and may be shared within your household or you may purchase additional access cards for household members for $25 each. Click the “Buy Now” button below to pay and follow the instructions on Paypal. No Paypal account needed, just click on “pay with debit or credit card”, enter information and select “pay” at the bottom. You must provide all contact information when paying so we can verify your payment. (check or cash accepted at HOA office, please report lost or stolen access cards immediately to HOA, replacement cards are $25).




STEP 2: Complete Agreement & email to HOA>> (click)

Email completed Agreement to info@broadlandshoa.com. All eligible users who intend to use the fitness center MUST be included on the Agreement. Minors, 13-17 years of age, are permitted but only accompanied by an adult that is a key fob holder.  Minors under the age of 13 are NOT permitted in the fitness center at any time.

STEP 3: Contact HOA office to pick up your key fob or use bluetooth option>> (click)

Once you have paid and emailed your completed Agreement application, please contact the HOA at info@broadlandshoa.com or 703-729-9704 to either:

  1. Pick up Fob: make arrangements to pick up your key fob at the HOA office at 21907 Claiborne Parkway since the office is closed to walk-in traffic. On your pick-up day, just come to the front door and knock to reach the HOA staff to obtain your fob. You can then access the fitness facility at 43360 Rickenbacker Sq through the lower rear doors of the building, facing the tennis court. 
  2. Use Bluetooth Feature with your mobile phone (new users must still pay $25 for this feature): To request this feature instead of a fob, please send an email to info@broadlandshoa.com with the email(s) and names of each member listed on your fitness application. Please allow up to 3 business days for staff to initiate the Bluetooth mobile set up. At that time, an email from ProDataKey will be generated to each email you provided with instructions to download the Touch app from your app store to activate your mobile device. Please be sure to check your junk/spam folder if you have not received it. You can then access the fitness facility at 43360 Rickenbacker Sq by opening up the app while approaching the fitness door to unlock.
STEP 4: Read Fitness Center Rules>> (click)

Violation of the fitness center rules may result in suspension or termination of privileges. Please note that members who are delinquent for 60+ days in their monthly assessments will be denied access. Frequent Violations at the Fitness Center>>

New Owner/Tenant Info

Welcome to Broadlands! Please click on the appropriate WELCOME DOCUMENT link below to obtain important information about our neighborhood:


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Sign up to receive weekly emails (in between newsletters) on important HOA news and updates by entering your email(s) on home page where you see the Broadlands Blast logo.

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Check out the Broadlands Live! summer music concert series at Hillside Park.



BROADLANDS GEAR… The HOA is now selling Broadlands Logo Gear for residents to enjoy. These make great gifts for new residents, birthdays, thank you gifts and for the holidays. Please stop by the Nature Center to check out the following items: BROADLANDS LOGO GEAR – Price Chart – PDF

Community Center Rentals

COMMUNITY CENTER RENTALS

43004 Waxpool Road, Broadlands, VA 20148

The Community Center is the only building available to rent in our community by Broadlands residents for private parties as well as for-profit and non-profit organizations.  The 1,984 sq. ft. building has an official max capacity of 108 persons, however; the space will comfortably fit approximately 60 seated adults. The center has a full kitchen, great room, fireplace, a TV and two individual restrooms. Chairs and tables are available for use and are included in the rental fees. In addition to the rental fee, a $500 deposit (check only) is required for all rentals.

GENERAL RENTAL INFORMATION
43004 Waxpool Rd, Broadlands, VA 20148 (no staff on site)

  • A booking must be done at least two weeks in advance of the event date.
  • Tenants must have an Absentee Owner Statement (AOS) and current lease on file with the HOA before renting.
  • A booking is considered complete when the HOA has the rental fee, security deposit, application, liability waiver and alcohol waiver (residents rentals only) on hand. Please submit to info@broadlandshoa.com. You may also use green drop off box to left of front door; or call for an appointment.
  • The Broadlands Station Clubhouse is NOT available for meetings, rentals, or non-Broadlands Association, Inc. related events.
  • Community Center Surveillance System: CAMERA POLICY

APPLICATIONS & GUIDELINES

RESIDENT USE>>
  • APPLICATION: Resident Agreement
    1. Check availability at info@broadlandshoa.com or 703-729-9704
    2. Review and return completed pages 5, 6 & 7 (may be emailed to info@broadlandshoa.com)
    3. Submit rental and deposit payment (may request invoice to pay online, a check is required for the deposit)
    4. Submit host liquor license COI (if applicable)
    5. Review Guidelines for Use for Residents
  • FEES: Resident Rental Pricing
  • CANCELATION POLICY: If a function is cancelled at least five (5) business days prior to the reserved use date, the paid rental fee and full security deposit will be reimbursed, minus a $50 administration fee and any additional processing fees (e.g. credit cards, PayPal) associated with the reimbursement. If cancelled within five (5) business days of the event, 50% of the paid rental fee and full security deposit will be reimbursed. All refunds will be made within 30 days.
FOR-PROFIT / NON-PROFIT GROUP USE>>

PHOTOS OF COMMUNITY CENTER BUILDING

Nature Center

The Nature Center building is closed to the public.

The Broadlands Nature Center building is where the HOA offices are located. You may visit the outside grounds for leisure. The building is currently closed to the public, however, you may contact staff members by calling 703-729-9704 or emailing info@broadlandshoa.com should you need assistance.


Nature Center Surveillance System: Camera Policy

Farewell to our furry and scaly resident friends…read more>>

The Nature Center programs and animals have long been a staple of the Broadlands community. While we absolutely loved having the variety of animals for our members to visit, it was in the best interest of the animals to be relocated to new homes. As anyone with a pet at home knows, providing attention, cleaning, and feeding of most animals is a seven day a week responsibility. This is a challenge in an office environment that is generally staffed only on weekdays during normal business hours. We have been lucky over the years to have wonderful volunteers and part-time employees to provide care, but there is an ever-present challenge when there are interruptions in the normal routine due to inclement weather, holidays, vacations, or illness. It has been particularly difficult during pandemic restrictions. The animals we’ve housed over the years were diverse species, all with differing requirements for habitats, care, and feeding regimens. Some produced allergens to visitors, which was a constant source of concern as the HOA offices are visited by residents. With the building closed the last two years, the community has been unable to engage with the animals and animal care coverage presented a greater challenge than ever before. Fortunately, we were able to find homes for a few animals over the past two years so they received proper care. The Nature Center is now showing its age; particularly due to the extra wear and tear on the flooring, carpet, and ventilation systems due to maintaining animals in a building not built for that purpose. As we rapidly approach the need for renovations, we expect the building will be fully vacated for several months while under construction. We are pleased to announce the remaining animals at the Nature Center have all found new appropriate and caring owners. While we will miss our furry and scaly friends, we are happy they have gone on to loving homes that will provide for them for their remaining years. Please join us in bidding them adieu.

CSA Farm Share Deliveries (2021-2022)…read more>>

Day Spring Farm CSA Registration Information:

Day Spring Farm’s CSA is year round and has 2 six-month sessions from May-October and November-April. We deliver on Thursdays at the Nature Center, in the shed to the left of the fire place, on the right-side patio.

We raise everything with organic practices, but only the veggies are certified because of costs involved. Please visit our website at dayspringfarmva.com/farm-share

Flag Retirement Bin at the Nature Center…read more>>

Flag Etiquette – Standards of Respect

“Standing tall as an emblem of justice, perseverance, valor and honor, the American flag is an intricate part of what makes citizens proud to be American.”

Please remember that US flags, no matter where they came from, should always be treated respectfully, never allowing them to touch the ground and be properly disposed of if they become unserviceable. If you need to retire a flag, please contact the HOA office at info@broadlandshoa.com or 703-729-9704 to arrange a drop off at the Nature Center in the American Legion Post bin located in the lobby. For more details on proper flag etiquette, click HERE>>

Trash & Recycling

patriot truck in neighboorhoodPatriot Disposal provides trash and recycling services for the Broadlands community. An environmentally-conscious company, Patriot Disposal offers a curbside recycling program that extends well beyond those offered by other haulers. 

Questions?  Please direct any questions, comments or concerns to Patriot Disposal at 1-703-257-7100 or customerservice@patriotdisposalservices.com. For additional information please visit www.patriotdisposalservices.com.

TRASH & RECYCLING SCHEDULE*

MONDAYTHURSDAY
–Trash
–Yard Waste
–Bulk/Special Items i.e. mattress, appliances, etc. (contact Patriot to confirm pickup)
–Trash
–Recycling
–Bulk/Special Items i.e. mattress, appliances, etc. (contact Patriot to confirm pickup)
*Patriot Disposal will provide services on all holidays that fall on regularly-scheduled pickup days with the exception of: Fourth of July, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day. Changes to services due to inclement weather will be posted here as well.
INCLEMENT WEATHER SCHEDULE CHANGES>>

In the event of predicted inclement weather overnight, Patriot Disposal may not make the determination whether the roads are safe for the trucks until the morning. Please download the Broadlands App and enroll in emergency alert push notifications to receive real time text alerts if services are suspended. The HOA will alert residents via this website, Broadlands Blast, and the Broadlands App as soon as notifications are received from Patriot Disposal. Please keep in mind that road conditions vary by location, conditions can change rapidly, and the trucks are dispatched from Manassas.

SERVICE DETAILS

DO NOT store your trash or recycling receptacles in public view during non pick-up days, whether from the street, another home, or a path behind your home. Storing in public view or using shrubbery to shield receptacles, either in the front, back or side yard is a direct violation of our covenants, Article 8. Please store inside your garage or inside an approved enclosure. Violation notices will be sent to residents who do not comply, and penalty assessments may be incurred. Trash, Recycling & Yard Waste must be at the curb by 6:00am! Please have your receptacles properly stored by 9:00am the day after trash/recycling services.

TRASH SERVICES>>
  • Single Family Homes Only:
    • Trash service for Single Family Homes is collected using a special side-loading truck. Please review the following information to ensure your trash is picked up: Automated Side Loader Info
    • Important: All trash needs to be placed in your toter. Any trash that won’t fit and is left outside the container will not be collected until the scheduled trash day, therefore, please hold on to any trash that will not fit until then.
    • If you continue to have excess trash, an option is to purchase another toter for $45 by calling/emailing customer service at 703-257-7100 or customerservice@patriotdisposalservices.com
  • Trash must be stored in a container with a lid and not in plastic bags.
    • Using trash bags without a container is not permitted per the Loudoun County Ordinance Read More>>
    • If you have excess trash that will not fit into your container, please keep until the next pick up day.
  • Containers shall not exceed 50 pounds in weight.
RECYCLING SERVICES>>

Patriot Disposal’s weekly curbside recycling program on Thursdays includes newspapers, mixed paper, cardboard, paperboard, glass bottles and jars, metal and aluminum cans and plastic bottles.  Each Thursday, Patriot Disposal will remove recyclable materials that have been placed at the curb for collection by 6:00am.   All recycling must fit within the bin, anything left outside will not be picked up.

Guidelines for Specific Recycling Material:

  1. Newspapers and magazines should be bundled and placed in paper grocery bags or tied with heavy twine.
  2. Glass, plastic, aluminum and metal, food/beverage containers should be rinsed and placed in bags, cardboard boxes, or recycling bins.
  3. Plastic bags CANNOT be recycled.
    1. Please view video for details>>
    2. The Nature Center collects bags for proper recycling, click for details>>
  4. Recyclable materials can be co-mingled.
  5. Patriot Disposal will remove and recycle packing boxes and cartons placed at the curb by residents.
  6. Scrap metalPlease call Patriot Disposal to set pick-up day 1-703-257-7100: i.e. foil, pie tins, trays, pots and pans, small car parts, grills, bicycles, swings, etc. Patriot uses a special truck for these recycling items and requires advance notice.
  7. Mattress Disposal>>
YARD WASTE SERVICES>>

A separate yard waste collection runs each Monday from March 1st through December 24th. During January & February, Yard debris (leaves, grass clippings, brush) may be mixed with trash. Yard waste may not be mixed with recycling. Patriot Disposal will remove yard waste that has been placed at the curb for collection by 6:00am.  Please note the following requirements the collection of yard waste:

  1. Yard waste must be placed either in a bin or a paper lawn bag.
  2. Up to 10 bags, bundles, or containers not to exceed 50 pounds each
  3. Brush must be less than 4 inches in diameter, cut into 4 foot lengths, and tied in small bundles or bagged and no larger than 2 feet in diameter.
  4. Yard debris must be placed in separate containers, marked “yard waste” or in biodegradable bags. Yard waste that is put out at the curb in plastic bags will not be picked up.
  5. Yard waste must be placed at the curbside and/or designated area by 6 a.m. for collection.
  6. Food waste mixed in with yard waste will be accepted, as it can be composted.
BULK & SPECIAL ITEMS>>

You must call Patriot Disposal at 703-257-7100 to arrange for pick-up of bulk or special items. Fees may be charged for certain items, please inquire through Patriot’s customer service.

  • BULK ITEMS:  i.e. small furniture, mattresses, bed frames, appliances, etc.
  • SPECIAL ITEMS: The following items will be picked up using a separate truck: Electronics, used motor oil, auto batteries, appliances and scrap metal such as foil, pie tins, trays, pots and pans, small car parts, grills, bicycles, swings, etc.   Please note the following requirements concerning the collection of special items:  (1) Items for collection must be placed at the curbside and/or designated area by 6:00 a.m. (2) Appliances containing Freon must be certified as “Freon-Free” prior to removal.
SECURING YOUR TRASH & RECYCLING>>

Please Tie Down Your Trash to Prevent Wind From Littering Our Neighborhood.

  • Please be sure to bind newspapers with twine or place loose papers in paper bags before setting out at your curb.
  • Weigh down your bottles, plastics and cans by placing heavier recyclables on top.
  • Ensure that the lid of your trash can is tightly secured. Put smaller lightweight bags of trash together in a larger heavyweight bag.
  • Don’t put trash out early and PLEASE no loose “peanuts” or other packing materials.
  • Lastly, if the trash does blow over, please pick it up even if it isn’t yours.
  • Your HOA assessment provides for curbside trash removal. There is no budgeted amount for litter removal. The Association relies on homeowners to keep their neighborhoods free of litter and their assessments reasonable.
CONTAINERS – Additional & Replacements>>

Patriot Disposal provides one wheeled, covered Toter for each residence for the collection of trash. 

  • Each town home will be provided with a 64-gallon trash toter.
  • Each single-family home will be provided with a 96-gallon trash toter. 
  • Each town home and single-family home will also be provided with one 64 gallon recycling toter or recycling bin.
  • Recycling toter and bin dimensions:
    • 64-gallon lidded toter  is 31.75″ (L) x 24.25″ (W) x 41.75″ (H)
    • open recycling bin is  19″(L) x 16″(W) x 15.5″(H)
  • Replacement Container fee for lost containers (paid by resident):   $75.00 each for trash and $50.00 each for recycling.
  • Additional Container fee (paid by resident):  $25.00 each for trash and $25.00 each for recycling containers

You are encouraged to keep a record of the serial number of your toter(s) should you need to identify it in the future.

HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE>>

For information on how to dispose of HHW, please click on the following link: Loudoun County Household Hazardous Waste

The following Unacceptable Waste items will not be collected, and should not be placed in the trash or set out for pickup (*see exception below for latex or water based paint). This list is limited and includes other dangerous materials as determined by state, federal or local law, or in the reasonable judgment of Patriot Disposal.

asbestos

construction debris

contaminated soil

dead animals

highly-flammable substances

infectious or medical waste

liquid waste

manure

paint:

  • *Latex:  do not put cans of liquid paint in your trash. When a liquid paint can is picked up in your trash receptacle and dumped into a trash truck, the force of the compactor will cause the can to explode. Paint gets all over the truck and will seep out on the street. If you have paint that needs to be discarded, ensure that you have thoroughly dried it out in the can or pour onto newspaper to dry, or mix with a chemical paint hardener (available at hardware stores), sawdust, mulch, or kitty litter. Place dried paint cans on top of the toter with the can lid off. Liquid paint poses a hazard to staff and to equipment.
  • Paint, Oil-based and paint thinner:  take to a Loudoun County HHW Event.

petroleum

radioactive materials

toxic materials