Broad Run Farms Civic Association

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 Updated 3/16/2024

It's time to renew your Membership or Join us in 2024.

New and Renewal Memberships are being accepted.  See the Membership & Dues page for details. All residents and owner-residents of Broad Run Farms Subdivision including Hidden Acres and other minor family subdivisions of the original BRF subdivision are welcome. Sorry, we can't accept memberships from Short-Term, B&B, weekend / week-long, corporate owners, visitors or currently from lot owners or renters in the Broad Run Farms Addition. If you have been a member and plan to renew, it must be done before March 30, 2024 or you are considered delinquent and are removed from membership until you submit your dues for 2024.  Membership is through December 31 of each year.

Membership in good standing is required to use the two Association properties for any purpose.  Please see BRFCA Properties for additional details.  Membership entitles you to help plan events and have input for the future of your subdivision.  Your dues are 100% used for maintaining and supporting the properties and for the events we all enjoy. There are many volunteers and contributors in our wonderful subdivision. Please help out by joining our Association and volunteering to help with events.

 Remember, our Civic Association does not control the use of your property like an HOA.  Join us and have fun in 2024!

Elections were held on March 13, 2024 for the new board members.  Visit the Board Members page for the new members.

Previous Event Pictures & Additional information is available on the Events Page.


The Broad Run Farms Civic Association (BRFCA) is a 501(c)7 volunteer organization that works to help our neighborhood be a great place to live. We are a unique, eclectic subdivision in the fact that we do not have a Homeowners' Association (HOA) with its associated By-Laws, Architectural Review Board and their constraints. However a successful Civic Association does require property owners and residents to take ownership and be good stewards of their property and the neighborhood in general.  The Civic Association is a great organization and we are stronger as a whole than as individual residents. Your Civic Association Dues are spent to improve our neighborhood and help our neighbors. We do not represent the neighborhood, but we are a venue for events and community information. The BRFCA has two major goals:

First, the Association maintains two BRFCA owned properties, one, the Pavilion property, on Broad Run Drive and the other, a boat ramp on the Potomac River, for Civic Association members to enjoy. We also hold neighborhood events like our summer picnic, chili cook off and a Halloween party. We have provided a community scholarship to graduating high school seniors.  In the past, we have been charitable to our community by providing funds for things like printer cartridges to the schools that teach our children and have contributed to Loudoun Interfaith to help those in need during the holiday season. The Board with the membership's input determine how dues and donations will be used. 

Second, but no less important, we keep residents informed on issues that arise that could affect our neighborhood at County, State and Federal levels. Although we do not represent you directly, we do give you a venue where you can come together as a community for what is best for our neighborhood. Strength in numbers has been and will continue to be beneficial to our Association.

The Association holds monthly meetings on the second Wednesday, usually at the Pavilion (creek) property at 7pm. An alternate location is Galilee United Methodist Church.  Venue changes will be announced. All owners and residents are welcome. However, only paid members of the Association (members in good standing) are allowed to vote on issues brought before the Board.

The Association accomplishes its mission by requesting that each owner and/or resident of Broad Run Farms join the association for an annual fee of just $50.00 per person (not per address).  Note that unlike an HOA, there is no requirement to join the Civic Association.  But without your support, many projects and events cannot be completed or accomplished with our all-volunteer staff.  Your dues help pay for the maintenance of the Association properties and to fund activities and events sponsored by our association. Please see the Dues page for more information.

Please visit the Resources page for a copy of our By-Laws and other useful information.

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Planned Events
2024

April
Chili Cook-off Apr 20 1:00PM
Neighborhood Cleanup April 27 9AM

June
Summer Picnic June 8 1:00PM

Summertime
Ad-Hoc Happy Hour at the Pavilion

October
Oktoberfest
Halloween Hayride

December
Christmas Caroling

Other Non-Sponsored Activities
Tuesday Breakfasts
Line Dancing - Fridays at Church
Karaoke Night

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