Saturday, March 01 2014 @ 07:45 PM EST
Look up at our scrolling Announcements Banner! It always has new information... also, see our latest HOA Directory online!
HELP UPDATE OUR HOA DIRECTORY
***Is your contact information current in our HOA Resident Directory? Submit changes to BGHOAcomm@aol.com.*** Have HOA Questions? Contact Kristine Caraway at: KCaraway@NRPartners.com. See the Announcements Banner above for the latest HOA information, including special events sponsored by our HOA and/or local organizations. Forgot your web site password? The Announcements Banner also has instructions to get a new temporary password re-sent to you immediately, or scroll down...
Fairfax Police - for Non-Emergency, call 703.691.2131
Can our Community Manager help? Contact our Community Manager Kristine Caraway with NPR at: KCaraway@NRPartners.com or 703.435.3800.
Also, please always keep the HOA informed of your latest e-mail address, and add a second e-mail contact in your Balmoral home...
The Residents Only section of this web site serves Balmoral residents exclusively, who must login after registering for our site's secure UserIDs and Passwords. Balmoral Website Access – Forgot Your Password?
If you registered for the Balmoral Website but have misplaced or forgotten your password or User ID, it is simple to re-establish access. Look above at the top left of this Home Page and follow the clicks along this path:
Start Here! My Site Options Did You Forget Your Password? Then, follow the instructions... After completing the instructions - within 10-20 seconds - you should have an e-mail sent to you that tells you how to reset your password as you choose.
If this process does not work, e-mail a question to our Communications Committee mailbox at:
Balmoral is a beautiful community of 179 single family estate homes, generally on one to five acre parcels. Nestled near historic old town Clifton, our neighborhood is one of the few hidden enclaves of protected forests and pastoral fields remaining in Fairfax County. Nevertheless, Balmoral is close to many major shopping areas, restaurants, destinations and commuter routes.
Location, location, location! About 25 miles west of Washington, DC, Balmoral sits just over a mile northwest of the town proper of Clifton, about four miles south of Centreville, and Bull Run River provides much of our western border. The neighborhood comprises over 1,000 acres of historic countryside surrounded by Fairfax County parkland, horse farms, and the Westfields Golf Course.
The community is vibrant and sociable. Here, neighbors are friends, both among adults and among children. Community cohesiveness is valued, and promoted by an active social/community events committee and communications committee. Activities span a range from a wine club, bunko groups, book clubs, and other periodic community or privately hosted events. Special events have included the annual family picnic, a casino night, and progressive dinners, plus theme parties such as Mardi Gras, Octoberfest and a Murder Mystery, Halloween parade, Easter egg hunt, Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot for charity, and special tour/outings at national landmarks such as Mount Vernon and the Dulles Air & Space Museum.
If you are a first time visitor, WELCOME. Please browse through our site, including our school information, to get a sense of the community, and then come visit Balmoral in-person. Or contact our community leadership (see the roster on Announcements Banner above). We feel confident you will want to make Balmoral your home.
To those Balmoral residents returning to our website, welcome back. You will surely find something new since your last visit. We are continually refining the site - we regularly update our scrolling Announcements Banner, post Community News Articles, and provide new information about upcoming events and community happenings.
This web site is maintained by volunteer residents on the Communications Committee of the Balmoral Greens Homeowners Association. We hope the site is useful to our fellow residents. We want to make community information flow easily, because the more you know, the more you can enjoy our great neighborhood as well as communicate with our HOA leaders and management company about the issues that matter to you.
Volunteers are encouraged and needed; extra help and new ideas are essential. This site is dedicated to serving and promoting the interests of Balmoral, so please let us know about new ways to make it better - just send an e-mail to: BGHOAcomm@aol.com.