Please joins us this Saturday for free food and music as we check out all of the motorcycles in Sugarland Run! It’s a fun free event in your own back yard! The fun is happening in the large parking lot by the pool.
PLEASE NOTE! Misprint on calendar for JULY! And additional event!
Adult pool party (21+) is
SATURDAY, July 22, beginning at 8pm. (NOT Friday!!!)
BYOB In plastic bottles/cups or cans. Red solos cups were made for pools, I think! Also, this event is POT LUCK. Bring a dish/dessert/snack to share. If people would like to sign up to bring nacho fixins, we could feasibly do a nacho bar! Let’s post in the comments what you’ll be bringing to share!
Pool will be open for swimming…plus beer pong, flip cup, corn hole…come prepared to have a fun time!
Saturday, July 29 is Bike (Motorcycles) Night! Info is attached in comments. Food and music is provided, and please bring an empty Backpack to donate to BOTH of our schools Sugarland ES and Meadowland ES.
Please share this info with your neighbors!! And as always, we LOVE new events and ideas! Please come to our Community Activities Committee meeting this month, July 25 @ 6:30pm!
Algonkian District Road Repaving Announcement
From Suzanne Volpe’s newsletter
The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) has released its list of roads to be repaved this upcoming fiscal year (July1, 2017 – June 30, 2018). We are delighted that our efforts to advocate for the community have been yielding some fruit. This year, we have hit the bumper crop. Over 100 roads are scheduled to be repaved within the Algonkian District. The neighborhoods included are Cascades, Countryside, Great Falls Forest, Seneca Ridge and Sugarland Run. For clarity, VDOT is not repaving every road in each of these neighborhoods. Below is information on the specific areas to be repaved.
As you may remember, VDOT did not have a good repaving budget for more than a decade, so most of the roads in Northern Virginia needed to be repaved. In 2013, the General Assembly passed the “Transportation Package” (HB2313), which allocated additional funding for transportation, including maintenance. VDOT has been working diligently to repave as many roads as possible since they have received this additional funding. They have focused on roads that are in very bad shape and/or have not ever been repaved. (We have roads in our area, which are more than 40 years old, which have never been repaved.)
VDOT has the 2017 Pavement Project Status posted on their website at www.virginiadot.org under the Projects & Studies tab. Residents can visit their website and look at their specific neighborhood to review the roads scheduled to be repaved. This interactive map will be updated throughout the year, so residents can review the status of the repaving projects within their neighborhood. Please know that my office will work with local homeowner associations to provide any updates from VDOT, so residents will hopefully have advanced notice prior to work commencing in their specific neighborhood.
Did you know that Sterling Volunteer Rescue Squad is still staffed by Volunteers?
When people call 911 for an ambulance in Sterling chances are they will be served by our Volunteer certified EMT’s, Medics and Rescue Technicians. These volunteers are trained by Loudoun County Fire and Rescue and work under the medical supervision of the Loudoun County Medical Director.
Sterling Rescue has been serving the community for over 50 years and we continue to do so with great people like you. Since we do not have paid personnel, we are always seeking good people to join our ranks.
Training is provided for operational EMT’s and Medics.
To learn more about the opportunity to Help Your Community and Gain EMS Experience please contact Membership@sterlingrescue.org or visit www.Sterlingrescue.org
Brett Oswald, an resident of Sugarland Run took a series of photos of the Community Center and surrounding area with his drone recently.
Below are some of those photos.
The Board of Directors has updated the pool rules for 2017. We have tried to make them easier and more intuitive. The rules were mailed to every household back in April 2017.
The new pool rules are posted here: Pool_Rules_Spring_2017
Community Activities Committee is looking for more committee members! We are responsible for all of the fun events for kids & adults in our neighborhood! If you’re interested, email us at SRHOACAC@gmail.com . We meet the last Tuesday of the month from 6:30pm-7:30pm
Saturday, April 22nd, starts at 9am. Pizza served immediately following clean up!
Family Game Night!
Saturday, April 29th! Bring your favorite board game to play against another family or with your own! We will compile a list of games that will be available to play, as well!
Pizza served at 5pm, games begin at 5:30.****PS, probably not the night for cards against humanity…but we could always schedule that into our adult night events**** let’s keep it G-rated.
Community Yard Sale!
Saturday, May 6th, 8am-NOON (not serving pizza at this one LOL). In the HOA Parking lot.
Contact Misty Shively-Young for more information!
In the works…Kick off Summer-Ice Cream and Rock Painting Party!
We are always open to ideas, but we need our trusty neighbors to make these events happen! Please consider being a CAC volunteer
Duke Butcovitch, our local school Parent Liaison, has a request for donations for local school children K-12: “Men’s size SMALL winter clothing, Boys’ ALL sizes pants and sweaters or sweatshirts.”
Donations can be dropped off in a labeled box at the SRHOA office.
The 2017 Annual Sugarland Run Chili Cook off was a huge success! 10 competitors entered their best chili efforts. We had a huge turnout of tasters/judges. Everyone who attended voted for the Best or the Hottest Chili.
The competition was fierce with only a few votes separating the winners from the rest of the field. The 2017 Chili cook-off winners are, Tim Cooke – Best Chili, and Jan Jamil – Hottest Chili.
Entertainment was provided by Mission Impromptu.
from the Loudoun County Website
Loudoun County has launched a new online tool to help residents determine the entity that is responsible for maintaining roads within the county, including snow removal and surface repairs.
The interactive, searchable map provides users with a resource for navigating the complex maintenance responsibility system for the road network in the county. In addition, the map links to a webpage with contact information for the various entities to help residents report concerns about maintenance to the correct entity.
Users may search by a street address, view responsibility by color-coded system or click on a particular road and a pop-up box will appear indicating road maintenance responsibility. The responsibility for road maintenance in Loudoun County varies by road. Most roads are maintained by the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT), one of the county’s incorporated towns, and private entities, such as homeowners associations (HOA).
“This tool is particularly useful for identifying maintenance responsibility in residential neighborhoods, which sometimes have two different responsible entities for two adjacent roads,” said Department of Building and Development Director Mike Seigfried. “In advance of snow events, for example, residents can learn whether their HOAs will plow snow on their streets and then contact their HOAs to learn about their snow-removal plans.”
As newly-constructed roads are developed, maintenance responsibility may change from one entity to another, such as from a developer to a homeowners association. The Loudoun County map will be updated on a monthly basis.
A link to the map and contact information for the various entities involved in road maintenance in the county may be found on the Loudoun County website at www.loudoun.gov/roads.