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Welcome to Burbage Grant - The Best Community in Suffolk!

Image 1 A master-planned community with twelve distinct neighborhoods, it’s the pristine homes and impressive location that have made Burbage Grant a booming hit in the Hampton Roads area. The neighborhood name comes from a land grant King Charles I gave to brothers Thomas and James Burbage in 1637.

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Clubhouse & Burbage Grant Owners Association Office

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 The Clubhouse and BGOA Office is located at the main entrance near the pool area.  The Clubhouse is available for rental by BGOA members. 

 

 

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Expansive Pool with Community Swim Team

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Association Members enjoy access to our beautiful pool and recreation area. 

Pool Passes are available at the BGOA Clubhouse Office year around Monday  through Friday 9-5pm. 

Additionally, we have a neighborhood swim team, the Tsunami. Come out to home meets and cheer them on!

 

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Modern Playgrounds and Spacious Open Areas

Image 4Our beautiful playground is an inviting environment for our children to play. Bring your kids out to  play and you're sure to meet a friendly neighbor while you're there. Hours: Dawn to Dusk.

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Community Pavilion and Picnic Area on the Water

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Burbage Grant has a beautiful pavilion and picnic area available to our residents.  For reservations, contact the BGOA office to reserve your time and date. 

 

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Welcome to Burbage Grant

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Welcome to the Burbage Grant Owners Association web site. The purpose of this site is to provide our homeowners and residents with information relevant to the community as well as easy access to our Association. Regular BGOA Board meetings are generally held on the fourth Wednesday of each month and are always open to members. Please contact us if you are interested in attending.

If you live in the community, please register on this site to receive periodic updates.


2015 is Virginia's Year of the Frog!

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frogWhether it’s a Green Treefrog stuck to your kitchen window on a warm, rainy summer night or a lively chorus of Spring Peepers announcing the coming of spring, we have all either seen or heard one of Virginia’s 27 species of frogs (and toads). But did you know that frogs are considered by many conservationists to be the most imperiled group of animals in the world? Almost 50% of the world’s frog species are imperiled. Some have even gone extinct in the past couple of decades. The causes of these disappearances have been primarily associated with habitat loss and disease, specifically the deadly fungus commonly known as “chytrid.”

Frogs are important natural resources that deserve our attention. Because of their aquatic and terrestrial life stages, frogs are excellent indicators of environmental health and water quality. Frogs also provide a free pest control service by consuming countless numbers of insects every year; in turn, they are food for a variety of other animals.

Acknowledging the importance of frogs and the concern over their decline, the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries has been working in partnership with the North American Amphibian Monitoring Program (NAAMP), Virginia Living Museum and citizen biologists to monitor trends in frog populations across the Commonwealth. We have also been restoring wetlands and acquiring new lands for wildlife conservation.

But we still need your help. We are working to increase awareness about Virginia’s frogs in 2015 through our Virginia is for Frogs campaign. Throughout the year, DGIF’s Facebook page will periodically feature a species of frog native to Virginia and tips on things you can do to help frogs. You can also learn more about these fascinating animals and what you can do to protect them by visiting the websites below. If you’re an educator, please visit our Teacher’s Corner for ideas on frog-related lesson plans and activities.

 

More about Virginia's Frogs

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Board of Directors 2015

Congraulations to the 2015 Board of Directors

Charlene Till - President,

Roy Osborne - Vice President,

Steve Whear - Treasurer,

Brent Woodhouse - Secretary,

Michael Pentecost - Director,

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Angela Fiedler - Director

 

 

 



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Lifeguards

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Those interested in lifeguard positions at the BGOA pool this summer, contact: Douglas Aquatics  757-723-2000.

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Lost and Found

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Call BGOA Office 757-967-0530 during regular business hours to get more information on notifying your neighbors if you have lost your pet or found one.

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Suffolk on Alert

Click above banner to sign up for alerts from City of Suffolk.

BGOA Neighborhood Watch meets the first Thursday of month

 March 5th@ 7pm

bgnhwatch@charter.net

Tom Bennett

757-646-1120

Board Minutes

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Click here to see Board Meeting Minutes

You must be logged in the website to view.

Calendar

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Contact Numbers

Quick Phone Numbers

Suffolk Police: 923-2350 (non-emergency)

City of Suffolk: 923-2000

Dominion VA Power-Light Outage 888-667-3000

Trash Collection 514-7630

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Association Office Info

Office:  967-0530

Fax: 967-0534

Office Hours: 9:00am- 5:00pm

Monday - Friday

Association Manager:  Bill Kinnard

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Neighborhood Watch

Tom Bennett 757-646-1120 

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 Click Below to Report

Sinkhole/Pothole

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2015 Office Closings

January 1 (New Years Day)
May 25 (Memorial Day)
July 6 (Independence Day)
September 7 (Labor Day)
November 26 & 27 (Thanksgiving Day & day after)
December 24 & 25 (Christmas and day prior)

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Keep our neighborhood as clean, so please don't litter. You can also help by carrying a small (shopping) bag during walks and picking up trash along the way. This has many benefits, and takes little effort!   

Upcoming Events

Mailboxes

Be kind to your neighbor and don’t park in front of his mailbox

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Unless you are going to pay his bills.

 

No Solicitation

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Problems continue with those vendors knocking on the door at dinner to sell doors, windows, vinyl siding, etc. They are persistent and annoying. When you call the police and ask for assistance they reply with “we can’t do anything because you do not have a “No Solicitation” sign on your door.

The Board of Directors modified the ARB guideline to allow a “No Solicitation Sign no greater than 10”w x 4”h and / or a small security sign furnished by the security company, usually 6”inch diameter or octagon shape. 

 

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Going away on vacation? Need someone to check on your house?

Call 514-7915 or 923-2350 x 0 to schedule a daily house check from the Suffolk Police.