What’s News for You?
On June 18, 2019 (weather permitting), Community Landscape Services will be on the property to spot treat the turf for overwintering grassy weeds. Once completed, we will post yellow notices in the appropriate locations. Allow treated areas to dry for 1 hour before walking on grass. If you have any questions regarding this service, please contact your management representative.
Service/Inspection on: TURF
Product used: 3-D
Our pool will open for the 2019 summer season, on Saturday, May 25th, at 10:00 am.
Register for swim lessons offered by letswim…to get more information and registration please visit at www.letswim.com
Let’s be part of the community. Board is welcoming volunteers to serve on various committees such as ARB, Pool, Social and Neighborhood Watch committee.
As per the ARB Design Guidelines for Belmont Glen HOA, holiday lights need to be removed by this Sunday evening, January 6th as inspections will be taking place next week.
Project Community Clean-up: Let’s all Pitch in and Pick up!
This year’s winter winds have spread a lot of trash around the community. The BGHOA BODs are addressing the trash that has collected in the storm drainage areas and other areas in general but if you happen to take a walk or something has landed in your yard, please put your “volunteer hat” on and pick up what you can. Your neighbors will thank you!
Do You Need an Additional Toter for Trash?
Do you often end up with overflowing trash at curbside on pick-up day? If so, you may want to consider an additional toter to secure your extra garbage. Patriot Disposal, our waste management company, will deliver an extra toter for a one-time fee of $45. You may request a 32lb, 64lb or 96lb size. Contract Patriot at 703-257-7100.
Still Seeking ARB Members
Are you looking for an opportunity to get involved in our community? You’re in luck — there are two vacancies on the Architectural Review Board (BOD) and we want to hear from you! All you have to do is complete and return the ARB Candidate Statement form to Ashley Prime at email@example.com.
BGHOA Condition Assessment and Reserve Fund Plan
The state of Virginia requires a reserve study every five years to determine the necessity and amount of reserves required to repair, replace and restore the common elements or capital components. A plan is designed to protect owners from fiscal problems and financial hardship. BGHOA has had its first reserve study prepared and you can view it here.
Continued Diligence is Important to Protect You and Your Property
Residents are reminded to continually take measures to ensure the safety of family members and property. Suggested actions include:
- Keep garage doors closed
- Always lock car doors and the door that leads into your home from the garage
- Turn on driveway and yard lights (if applicable) at dusk and keep them on throughout the night
- It’s best to park car(s) in the garage but if this isn’t possible, turn your front wheels in a sharp angle; this will make it harder to remove the front wheels
If you see something strange or out of place, please don’t hesitate and contact the LCSO at their non-emergency line at: 703-777-1021.
The Board is still in need of a Neighborhood Watch Committee Chair. If you are interested, please contact BGHOA at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stay Connected and Informed
BGHOA has a dedicated Facebook page where community-related information is shared. If you haven’t already joined the Belmont Glen Community site, you can find us at @belmontglenhoa. It’s a great way to stay up-to-date on things affecting our community, upcoming events and connecting with your neighbors!