Oct 09

Asphalt Rejuvenation Continues

10/18/17 UPDATE:

10/16/17 UPDATE:

  • Map 1 Phase C will begin Monday 10/16 at 1:30pm.  Please remove all vehicles from this area.
  • The crack fill for Map 1 Phase A will be done within the next 4 weeks. The crews were unable to do the crackfill on phase A because it rained the morning they were scheduled to crackfill and paint, so they got the lines painted early and then reopened the lots before the rain.  They will be back to crack fill this area at the end.  They should not need to close down the lots do to the crackfill.
  • If needed, fire lanes will be repainted after all rejuvenation is completed.

10/13/17 UPDATE:

  • DEMOTT TOWNS: Referring to MAP 3 work will be performed on “AREA A” streets 10/18-10/19; “AREA B” streets 10/20-10/21; “AREA C” streets 10/23-10/24
  • SUNDIAL, BEXLEY, SUNDANCE: Referring to MAP 5, work will be performed on “AREA B” streets 10/20-10/21, “AREA A” streets 10/23-10/24

10/12/17 UPDATE: 

  • VILLAGE TOWNS & MILFORD SINGLES: Referring to MAP 1 work will be performed on “AREA B” streets 10/13-10/14;  “AREA C” streets 10/16-10/17

What to expect and other info:

  • Day 1: 7:00 AM Crews will close streets with barricades and yellow caution tape.  A towing company will be called to relocate any vehicles remaining on the road. Streets will be blown to remove debris and rejuvenator product will be applied.  A smaller machine will cut in the edges near the curb, followed by a larger machine that will apply the product to the bulk of the roadway.
  • Day 2: 7:00 AM Crews will apply crack sealing and paint parking space stripes street by street until complete. The areas will reopen to traffic as soon as the rejuvenator and paint dry, typically within a few hours.
  • All work is weather permitting. The pavement must be 100% dry at least 2 hours before, all during, and for at least an hour after the application is complete.

We post updates from the contractor as soon as we get them and appreciate your patience during this project. Questions may be directed to sarah@broadlandshoa.com or 703-729-9704. For more information about the rejuvenation process, please review the TRITechnology website at https://www.tritechnologiesasphaltrejuvenation.com/.

UPDATE 10/11/17:

  • AREA A” is complete and streets are open to drive on.
  • ‘AREAS B & C’ of Map 1 are on hold as of 10/10 due to expected precipitation 10/11 and 10/12. Please stay tuned to the website and push notices from the app for updates when these areas will be blocked for work. The pavement must be 100% dry at least 2 hours before, all during, and for at least an hour after the application is complete.

UPDATE 10/8/17:

Due to the weather, asphalt rejuvenation for Area A of Map 1 streets in the Village Dr and Milford Dr sections will begin on Tuesday, October 10 and continue into Wednesday, October 11. All vehicles must be removed from the streets and parking spaces, otherwise they will be towed at the owner’s expense. Please click on Map 1 to determine which streets are part of Area A. We will continue to post updates based on upcoming weather conditions.


Jan 23

Snow Plow Operations Update

This is to provide a quick update to assure you that our crews have been out and working around the clock to try to keep a path clear on the private streets in Broadlands.  There are ten trucks, three tractors, a bobcat, front end loader, and over 25 people dedicated to clearing the streets and sidewalks in Broadlands.

However, this storm is historic in nature and our drivers have said it is worse than Snowmageddeon was in 2010.  The wet, heavy snow, high winds, frequent whiteout conditions, and massive snowfall rates in a short period of time make keeping up with the snowfall difficult.  The trucks have also encountered abandoned vehicles in the middle of roads that they must work around, and have even gotten stuck themselves at times.  Additionally, the plow operators are having trouble finding fuel locally, and are having to travel to Leesburg or Chantilly to fill up.  They have also been helping ambulances get into the neighborhood and emergency responders get out of the neighborhood to get to work.

They are asking residents not to shovel snow from their driveways into the roadways as this creates even more snow for the plows to try to push.  Please shovel snow off your driveway into your yard if possible.
We ask for your continued patience and thank you for your understanding during this crippling and historic storm.

Jan 22

January 2016 Blizzard Update

The HOA office and Nature Center will close by 12:00 pm on Friday, January 22, 2016 in conjunction with the Federal Government.

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past week, you are well aware that we’re expecting a significant winter weather event this weekend.  Whether we get 12 inches of snow or 30, the impact will take its toll and we will be digging out for several days.  The governor has declared a state of emergency, schools have been canceled, and we are under a blizzard warning with heavy snow and wind expected through 6am Sunday.  Conditions will deteriorate rapidly starting Friday afternoon. I wanted to take some time to explain a little bit about what to expect in the coming days. Continue reading

Jan 19

Snow Removal Guidelines on Streets in Broadlands




  • Move cars from street parking to garage/driveway to allow plows plenty of room
  • Bring in your Thursday trash and recycle bins, so they aren’t in the way – or buried.


  • It’s a big storm – give the crews time to reach your street.
  • Be sure to contact the appropriate plowing company – see Snow Removal Guidelines
  • When clearing your driveway, pile snow to the sides, so the plow won’t push it back into your driveway.
  • Clear sidewalks in front of your house as soon as possible (it’s the law).
  • Be mindful of your neighbors, please pile snow where it won’t be a nuisance.

More info on winter weather from VDOT: http://www.virginiadot.org/travel/snow.asp

The Broadlands Association is not responsible for removing snow or treating state or county maintained (VDOT) roadways. The Association is only responsible for clearing snow from paved parking areas in townhome neighborhoods and HOA maintained roads in the community. Snow removal will be performed when an accumulation of 2 inches or more has fallen on the ground. Please click the following list to find out if VDOT or the HOA maintains your street, which numbers to call with questions, and guidelines on snow removal: SNOW REMOVAL LIST AND GUIDELINES