Mar 13

Upcoming Events…Don’t Miss Out!

Gardening Flyer, St Patricks Day Block Party Flyer


Broadlands Town Meeting Sponsored by Supervisor Ron Meyer Broad Run District Thursday, March 29, 6:30 pm Hillside Elementary School 43000 Ellzey Drive, Ashburn

  • Issues: Loudoun county budget, Traffic congestion, Traffic signals, and many more

*note date change from March 22 to March 29

Mar 08

2018 Annual Meeting of the Members of Broadlands Association

Please mark your calendars for this important meeting and plan to attend on Tuesday, May 8th, 2018 at 7:00pm.  The purpose of the meeting is to elect members to the Board of Directors, including three (3) members to serve three year terms expiring May 2021 and one (1) member to serve a one year term expiring May 2019. The Board oversees the business of Broadlands in the collection and expenditure of association funds, selection of contractors, management of facilities, and adoption of policies for the day-to-day operations. These volunteer Board Members are a vital asset to the association.

To become a Director, you must be a Unit Owner in good standing. The Board currently meets monthly on the second Tuesday of the month at 6:00pm in the Broadlands Clubhouse.

If you are interested in serving, please complete a Nominating Form and Petition for Candidacy and return both documents to the Broadlands Association, Inc. office by 5:00pm on Friday, March 23rd, 2018.  Only these Elections Committee approved nomination forms may be used. 

The Broadlands Association, Inc. Bylaws require that at least three other owners sign the Candidate Petition, which must be received by the Association no less than twenty five (25) days before the Annual Meeting to be eligible to be included on the Ballot.  All members will be mailed a proxy form containing the names of all eligible candidates with the official notice of the Annual Meeting.

As in prior years, the Board has contracted with The Inspectors of Election, LLC to act as an independent third party election service. This provides the Association’s members the option to vote via paper Proxy Ballots or vote your Proxy online via their TIEiVOTE™ voting website. The online system offers you an easy way to vote in a secure, quick and cost-effective manner. The Inspectors of Election will mail the official annual meeting notice and election package on or about April 1st, 2018, which will contain unique login information for each unit to access the TIEiVOTE™ voting website. Proxies should either be submitted online via the voting website or will need to be mailed, faxed, or scanned to the Inspectors of Election, LLC. Proxy forms will not be accepted at the HOA Office.

For those of you that submit for candidacy in the election, we thank you for your willingness to assist in the success of your community.  Remember to mark your calendars for Tuesday, May 8th, 2018 for the Annual Meeting of Broadlands Association, Inc.

Mar 01

Wind Damage in Broadlands

UPDATE 3.9.18….
The Association would like to thank everyone who has reported fallen trees/limbs and signs in the common areas since the onset of the storm. The Association has assessed each individual situation and the staff and contractors are dealing with these issues in order of priority, where the most dangerous/severe situations are taken care of first.

On properties where there is damage to a home or other structure from a common area tree, the Association is asking those property owners to contact their homeowners insurance provider and/or their own tree service to remove the tree from the home or structure. The Association will not remove trees that have fallen onto your home, deck, shed, etc. Virginia state law considers these incidents “acts of god”, and the tree or fallen debris becomes the property of the person whose property it fell onto, at the property line. The Association will do its best to remove common area trees from fences with permission from the property owner.

We appreciate your continued patience as the staff and contractors work to resolve all of the storm issues in the community!


WINDS… 25 to 40 mph with gusts around 60 to 70 mph. The strongest winds will be on 3/2, Friday morning through Friday evening.

Property damage may occur. Please secure all outdoor items and bring in trash and recycling containers by Thursday evening. Damaging winds may blow down trees and power lines. Widespread power outages are expected. Travel will be difficult, especially for high profile vehicles.



Jan 25

Untamed Reads Starts This Evening at 5:30!

This year we’re going to have a wild books collective. We’ll gather every final Thursday of the month from 5:30-6:30pm at the fireplace in the Nature Center (until it is warm enough to start having outdoor firepits and s’mores).

Readings are for both adults and another set for 3rd-6th grade (pre-teen readers). Then there will be a showcased picture book here in the Nature Center as well for our little friends who come and visit the animals during the day. The books for all ages follow a common theme. …If you would like a full listing of our books come grab a print-off at the Nature Center or drop me an email at

And I’ll see you the final Thursday of each month at 5:30 with some hot chocolate by the fireplace. This event is open to all members of the community and free of charge. Broadlands Naturalist – Erin Fairlight


Dec 19

Holiday Schedule

HOA Office and Nature Center:

  • Friday, December 29th – Closed
  • Monday, January 1st – Closed
  • Tuesday, January 2nd – Closed

Trash & Recycling Schedule:

  • Monday, January 1st – No trash pickup, services will resume on Thursday, January 4th

Christmas Tree Collection:

  • Christmas trees will be collected Monday, January 8th and Monday, January 15th – All tinsel and decorations must be removed and trees should not be placed in plastic bag
Dec 18

Bullfrog Pond County Survey

December 28, 2017

The County of Loudoun is responsible for the four inlet pipes that take stormwater into the pond.  Representatives of the county’s Department of General Services, Public Works Division oversee the stormwater management program.  Their engineers have advised us that they will be surveying the pond inlets in the coming weeks to delineate the tree preserve and protected wetlands areas.  Land surveyors will mark these areas with stakes and/or tape.  Please DO NOT REMOVE or relocate these survey markers.  The survey work will not encroach onto any private property and will not hinder activities.  We expect surveying to be performed in January.  Additional information regarding work to be performed will be distributed in the coming months as further details are received.

If you have questions regarding this information, please contact Karl E. Evans, Senior Stormwater Engineer at 703-771-5358 or