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.
ATTENTION BURBAGE LAKE RESIDENTS!!!
PLEASE JOIN US FOR OUR ANNUAL COOKOUT
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2015 AT 4:00 PM
IN THE CREEKSIDE COURT CUL DE SAC
PLEASE BRING A CHAIR AND A SIDE DISH OR DESSERT TO SHARE
HAMBURGERS, HOT DOGS, DRINKS, AND OTHER TREATS PROVIDED
COME ON OUT AND HANG OUT WITH YOUR NEIGHBORS!!!!!!
BGOA Community Garage Sale
Saturday, October 10th
8:00 am – 3:00 pm
(Rain date: October 17th)
OPENING SPRING OF 2016
SUFFOLK, VA (August 7, 2015) On September 26, 2015, the Drug Enforcement Administration (Richmond District) will partner with the Suffolk Police Department, Virginia State Police, and other local agencies to conduct a statewide prescription drug take-back. The event, National Take-Back Initiative Day, is a collaborative effort to remove potentially dangerous prescription drugs from our nation’s homes. A national take-back day will provide an opportunity for the public to surrender expired, unwanted, or unused pharmaceutical controlled substances and other medications to law enforcement officers for destruction.
Suffolk Police Department Investigators will be on hand at Walgreens, 118 West Constance Road, and the Bennett’s Creek Pharmacy, 3219 Bridge Road, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on September 26 for the collection of unwanted and unneeded prescription drugs.
SUFFOLK, VA (August 26, 2014) While Suffolk’s National Night Out event may have come and gone, the spirit of the partnership between the citizens of Suffolk and public safety personnel lives on. National Night Out is a national event celebrated in Suffolk with a main goal of bringing people together in an effort to eliminate crime. Suffolk’s National Night Out festivities saw over 60 communities and businesses hold ...neighborhood socials, cookouts, block parties, and various types of gatherings to say “No to Crime”.
The City of Suffolk National Night Out Community Awards Ceremony was held on Tuesday, August 25th. During this event, all participating communities were recognized and special awards honoring the “best of the best” from across Suffolk were presented.
Honorable Mention – Huntersville Community
Rookie of the Year
Suffolk Church of God
United States Army Recruiting Office
1st Place – West End Civic League
2nd Place – Burbage Grant Neighborhood Watch
Best Combined Community
1st Place -- Sentara Obici Hospital Combined Community Event – with Applewood Farms Homeowner’s Association, Berkshire Meadows, Burnett’s Mill, Hillpoint Farms Homeowner’s Association, Hillpoint Woods, The Vista’s, Lakes Edge, Hillpoint Estates, Fairways Crossing, Kensington Park, Kings Landing Apartments, Nansemond Gardens, River Bluff, Riverwood, Wexford Downs, Willowbrook and their numerous sponsoring businesses and other volunteers
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PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER help needed!
We are in the process of transferring the maintenance functions of our ponds (BMPs) back to the city, which will save our neighbors significant money in the long-run. We have received many documents from the city to begin the transfer packages, but many of the maps and stormwater flow calculations have been lost or discarded. The scope of assistance includes either helping put together a request for proposals for the association to hire a PE to do the work, or assist in performing the calculations and putting the documents together ourselves. Please contact management (firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com) to assist. Thank you!
As the warmer weather is quickly approaching please keep in mind that swimming, fishing or boating is not permitted in our neighborhood retention ponds (or wet ponds). For everyone’s safety, please make sure children are supervised at all times. The retention ponds are deep and dangerous and should not be considered a recreational area.
UPA is pleased to inform that there are now more options available to make payments for your association dues. Now you can make payments online using multiple methods (online bill pay, credit card, or debit card). You can also choose the recurring payment option so your payment is always made automatically and on time or you can make a one-time payment.
There will be a nominal fee of $2.95 per transaction to use this online service as well as an additional 3.0% if you pay using a credit card.
The first step is to contact UPA to get your "online payment" account number. Please email UPA at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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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)
Lost and Found
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BGOA Neighborhood Watch meets the first Thursday of month
September 3rd @ 7pm
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
Association Office Info
Office Hours: 9:00am- 5:00pm
Monday - Friday
Association Manager: Bill Kinnard
Tom Bennett 757-646-1120
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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!
Be kind to your neighbor and don’t park in front of his mailbox
Unless you are going to pay his bills.
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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.