Come join us at noon on Saturday, July 4 to celebrate our nation’s Independence Day. Everyone gets to ring the bell!
We’ll practice social distancing, including with facemasks, hand sanitizer, alcohol wipes, and encouraging everyone to stay at least six feet apart during this outdoor event.
We'll have grab-and-go souvenirs for the kids and the young at heart.
The bell is at the corner of Wilson Blvd and George Mason Blvd (by Fire Station 2), which is also known as Constitution Garden Park. Come ring our community bell!
The League of Women Voters has a one-stop shop for non-partisan information on elections and voting. Register to vote, find candidate information, and much more. Visit www.vote411.org for more information.
Civic association members and other Bluemont residents are welcome to join via zoom for the July Executive Board meeting, and to suggest agenda items by contacting email@example.com. All meetings are open to the public. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a registration link and meeting invitation.
This fall, the County will be working with volunteers to restore Mary Carlin Woods, Lacey Woods and Bon Air Park, repairing damage from construction of unauthorized bike trails, flooding, and other factors. Volunteer at this website: https://parks.arlingtonva.us/volunteer/. All information collected is confidential.
If you mark the box for “Bluemont Park” or “Bon Air Park,” your application goes to the Parks and Natural Resources official responsible for restoration Mary Carlin Woods and Bon Air Park. If you mark “Lacey Woods,” your application will to the official handling restoration in Lacey Woods. The official responsible for each restoration project will reach out to all registered volunteers with further information.
Although public health conditions do not currently allow us to bring a copy to your doorstep, we are pleased to provide you an electronic copy of Neighborhood News at this link http://www.bluemontcivic.org/newsletters/BCA_News_202004.pdf
We plan to update the newsletter and hand-deliver it once that is again possible.
Neighborhood News is normally delivered to homes in Bluemont in April and October. If you would like monthly e-mail updates, please contact email@example.com.
At the June 26, General Membership meeting, the following volunteers were elected to serve on the BCA Executive Board or delegates to the Arlington County Civic Federation.