Clean the Stream and Community Clean Up

We are taking advantage of the nice weather expected this weekend and going to do some community spring cleaning.

Please come out and join us Saturday, April 5th for the Stream and Community Clean Up.  We will meet at the Gazebo starting at 8am, receive our assignments and get our community ready for the Spring Season.

‘Doing our part, helping our community’


Happy Earth Day – Celebrating Earth Day Everyday

It’s not too late to get involved! Attend a local Earth Day event, plant a tree, write to your elected officials, or simply commit to living more sustainably. Every little action counts.

A few weeks ago, a few community volunteers participated in the Braddock Corner Adopt-A-Stream/Community Clean Up Event and cleaned up the community from all the trash that had been scattered around. Thank you volunteers for doing your part:
David Vinh
Vivian Vinhphoto(1)
Don Dew
Pat Lundquist
Joe Jester
Angela Etter
A special thanks to Jesse Stapleton for getting us involved in the Virginia Adopt-A-Stream program.

What’s Happening Around the Association in April

We would love to see you!

April 6 – Easter Egg Hunt
time: 11am – 12noon
location: Gazebo

April 13 – Community Clean Up/Adopt-a-Stream Clean Up
time: 8am
location: meet up at Gazebo

April 24 – Covenants Committee Meeting
time: 6:30pm
location: Dulles South Multipurpose Center

*In addition, mowing of the common areas is due to start the week of April 7th.

Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office to hold Community Meeting to Discuss Recent Burglaries

The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office will hold a community meeting March 4 at Liberty Elementary School, 25491 South Riding Center Drive from 7:00pm to 9:00pm to discuss recent burglaries in the Lansdowne and Dulles South areas and will also review crime prevention measures and establishing a Neighborhood Watch Program. The meeting is in response to a series of burglaries that are apparently targeting gold. Since December 2012, there have been seven burglaries in the area that are likely connected. In most of the cases the suspect(s) entered through a rear door or window while the residents were not at home.

source:Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office