BRMCA Halloween Event

All are welcome by the clubhouse lower lot field (intersection of Ridge & Mountain) on Halloween from 4:00pm until about 6:30pm (sunset is 6:08). We intend to have a fire pit in the middle of the field, hot apple cider available at no-cost, and (possibly) a food truck at the clubhouse lot. 
We will use landscaping spray paint to mark up to 50 six foot by six foot squares around the perimeter of the lower lot field. Squares will increase in size if we have less than 50 volunteers. Volunteers can decorate their spot before the event and hand out candy during the event. At the last spot around the perimeter, each family can vote for the best decorated spot. The top two will win a gift card.
Volunteers and attendees – please park at the clubhouse and walk down to the lower lot field. 
More details to follow. Please reach out to the board if you have any questions or would like to volunteer.

BRMCA Board of Directors Vacancy

Neighbors, it is that time of year when the Bull Run Mountain Civic Association seeks nominees for the board of directors. If you are interested in joining the BRMCA board or have questions about the board, please reach out to us. Only requirements are that you are a paid BRMCA member; your primary residence is within BRM estates; and that only one resident per residence participates on the board.

The board is composed of nine resident volunteers who serve three-year terms. These terms are staggered, such that three positions go up for vote each year. This year, the board positions held by Josh Weinstein, Gene Suarez, and a currently vacant position are up for vote.

We will seek nominees through Facebook, email, and our website right up until our August 16th (7pm) meeting, after which we hope to have at least three nominees. We will then collect bios and advertise the nominees through Facebook, email, and our website. Current BRMCA members (one vote per residence) can vote on their top three nominees via our website until our Annual Meeting on September 20th (7pm).  

Road Paving

Weather pending, the Prince William County paving contractor will resurface the following roads the week of April 19th – Tiffany Lane, Martin Terrace, Patent Circle, Nelson Drive, and Mercer Road. The county selected these roads, with input from the BRMCA board, because these roads have the longest gap between resurfacing, having last been resurfaced in 2013 or 2015 . Based on contractor availability, the county is targeting another round of resurfacing this fall. The BRMCA board will recommend Summit, Duffey, the Warburton turnaround, other roads with long gaps between resurfacing, and heavily travelled roads that are in poor condition. Roads will not be closed during resurfacing, but the sections in work might be impassable for 15+ minutes before the crew permits cars to pass.