Welcome to the Bristol Ridge and Bristol Valley Homeowner's Association Website. This website is intended to provide current and new residents, along with families interested in joining our community, news and information regarding upcoming events in addition to being a resource for our HOA's Declaration of Deed Restrictions and forms needed for home and property improvements.
 
If you are a resident of Bristol Ridge or Bristol Valley and a first time visitor to our website, you will need to register to access our restricted areas. Please look for the "Register" link in the upper right corner of the Home page. You will receive an email confirmation once your registration has been processed.
 
Please review this site and send us a note through the "Contact Us" link on the Home page if there are other features or needs that the Association can provide.
 
 
 
 
Upcoming Events
Cancellation of Upcoming Events
Wednesday, January 8th to Sunday, April 19th
Even though we update this page daily, local Governments are canceling or delaying the start of many of their programs due to the Coronavirus. Unfortunately they are not always advertising the cancellation of those events. We urge you to check with local officials or the event website before registering or planning to attend an advertised activity. Thank you for your understanding.
Beer'd & Mustache Contest
Thursday, March 5th to Saturday, April 25th at Lenexa Public Market
 
Better start growing that facial hair out. The date for our Beer'd & Mustache Contest, an event that takes place during Utepils, is fast approaching. Get ready to show off your dapper beard or stylin 'stache on April 25 to compete for beard-related prizes. 
 
On the day of the contest, be sure to check-in anytime between 10 a.m. and noon at the info booth at the Public Market. Judging takes place at 12:15 p.m. and winners will be announced shortly after. 
 
HOA News
Spring 2020 Update
Posted on Apr 5th, 2020
Spring 2020 Update
by Myles Megee, President, Board of Directors
 
Even though the COVID-19 coronavirus has taken its toll in various ways on nearly all of us, I hope this update finds you and yours well and that you are able to enjoy the warmer weather, spending time outside enjoying walks and rides and working on gardens and lawns. Spring can be such a great time of year, a time of renewal and refreshing, not only of our hearts and minds, but also the physical exterior of our homes and landscaping. Keeping up the appearance of our homes and landscaping helps all of us assure that property values are maintained and that we continue to share a positive community environment.
 
For our part, the Board of Directors has tasked the Building & Grounds Committee to explore ways to improve the common areas and major assets of our association, including our pool, clubhouse, parking lot, and walking trails.
 
We have engaged Messenger's to replace many of the trees that had to be removed recently, and preliminary plans are in place to brighten our entrance monuments, including additional plantings at the Deer Valley entrance. For residents who regularly use the 81st Place entrance, you have no doubt noticed a lot of vegetation has been removed along the road which has improved traffic visibility. The newest and most expensive improvement slated so far for 2020 is the removal and replacement of our crumbling trail system in Bristol Ridge. McConnell & Associates has been selected as the contractor to complete the project this summer. Members of the Building & Grounds Committee are exploring even more exciting improvements in the next year.
 
To access the latest neighborhood news and announcements, please visit www.brbvhoa.com. Registration is easy to do! Once you are registered, you have full access to our financial reports, board meeting agendas and minutes, social and pool news, as well other important HOA documents like the Architectural Change Request Form, our Amended and Restated Declaration of Restrictions, and our Amended and Restated Bylaws.
 
If you are planning on painting your house, replacing your roof, doing major landscaping, or other exterior changes/additions, please refer to Declarations of Restrictions to determine if you need to complete an Architectural Change RequestForm.IfyouhaveanyHOAmanagement questions you can contact our property manager, Rikki Delpercio, with FirstService Residential at Rikki.Delpercio@fsresidential.com or
 
IMPORTANT: Spring weather brings with it children playing outdoors. Keep in mind that to help keep them safe, the maximum speed limit on all our subdivisions streets is 25 miles per hour.
Per guidance from state and local officials, we want to encourage the practice of social distancing for ourselves and our children in the neighborhood. Many children understandably need specific direction in this regard.
 
Save the Dates:
-  The HOA annual garage sale originally scheduled for early May has been moved to Friday
June 5 & Saturday June 6, 2020.
 
-  Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, clubhouse reservations are not being accepted at this time.
 
-  Our next Board of Directors meeting is scheduled for May 18, 2020, at 6:30 PM. The meeting
may again be held via videoconference depending on conditions at that time.
 
-  Bristol Ridge and Bristol Valley Annual Homes Association meeting is scheduled for
Wednesday, November 4, 2020, at 6:30 PM at the clubhouse.
Bristol Ridge and Bristol Valley Emergency By-Laws
Posted on Apr 3rd, 2020
The following resolution was approved by the Bristol Ridge and Bristol Valley Homes Association Board of Directors on April 3, 2020.
 
RESOLUTION OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
THE BRISTOL RIDGE BRISTOL VALLEY HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION
 
WHEREAS, the Board of Directors of BRISTOL RIDGE BRISTOL VALLEY HOMEOWNERS Association is aware that a public health emergency has been declared because of the spread of COVID-19; and
 
WHEREAS, COVID-19 poses a serious health risk for residents of our community; and
 
WHEREAS, the Board of Directors of our Association must fulfill their duties to allow the Association to continue its necessary functions and services during this emergency; and
 
WHEREAS, Kansas Statute Section 17-6010 provides that during a state of emergency the directors of not-for-profit corporations, including homeowners associations may adopt, amend or repeal Bylaws to be effective only in an emergency; and
 
WHEREAS, Emergency Bylaws (which are subject to amendment or repeal by members), may provide for special procedures necessary for managing the homeowners association during the emergency.
 
NOW, THEREFORE, LET IT BE RESOLVED THAT the Board of Directors hereby amend the Bylaws as follows:
 
1. Meetings of the Board may be called on shortened notice by any reasonable means possible, including email, text, or posting.
 
2. Meetings of the Board may be conducted by any means feasible to allow a good faith discussion regarding the meeting agenda, including conference call or other electronic communication.
 
3. To the extent required, if the presiding officer (president or vice president) is unavailable to conduct the meeting, the remaining directors in order of seniority shall be the presiding officer for the meeting.
 
4. During this emergency, the Board will make their best efforts to fully inform members of meetings and action taken by directors.
 
5. During this emergency, directors do not have authority to waive requirements of the Association’s Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CCRs) regarding dues. Therefore, directors ask homeowners to understand their dues are necessary for the continued operation of their community. Directors understand members experience hardships. While directors cannot waive or forgive dues at a later date, they may place a moratorium on penalties for unpaid dues.
 
6. [Option if necessary.] The Association’s annual meeting shall be postponed and shall be rescheduled as soon as convenient when the emergency is concluded.
 
[Alternative] The Association’s annual meeting shall be conducted by mail. [Alternative] The Association’s annual meeting shall be conducted by electronic balloting administered by a third-party.

This Resolution is effective beginning April 3, 2020.
 
Dated April 3, 2020
Signed: Myles A. Megee
President – Board of Directors
 
 
Coronavirus Contacts
Posted on Apr 2nd, 2020
Updates seem to be constant regarding COVID-19/Coronavirus. City, County, State and Federal officials have provided a number of phone numbers and websites to keep the public informed.  
 
City of Lenexa, Kansas Coronavirus website
 
 
Johnson County COVID-19 Hotline: 913-715-2819
 
Johnson County Emergency Order Questions: 913-715-5000
 
Johnson County Website: jocogov.org/coronavirus
 
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: cdc.gov
 
Kansas Department of Health and Environment: kdheks.gov
 
U.S. Small Business Administration: sba.gov
 
Shawnee Chamber of Commerce: shawneekschamber.com
 
City of Kansas City, MO., Jackson County, MO., Johnson and Wyandotte Counties in KS Core 4 website 
 
Please ensure that you practice social distancing, avoid crowds of more than ten people and observe the stay-at-home orders in your community.
Check Out Our Recipe Page!
Posted on Apr 1st, 2020
For tips on preparing quick and delicious meals be sure to check out our Recipe Page. You never know when you might find a new family favorite!
Clarification Message from First Service Residential
Posted on Apr 1st, 2020
April 1, 2020
 
Dear Resident:
 
As a follow-up to the previous letter, we want to clarify that notification of a confirmed COVID-19 case in your household to the management company is entirely voluntary and completely confidential.
 
Additionally, voluntarily self-reporting is not in violation of HIPAA, and we adhere to ADA confidentiality requirements and abide by privacy laws with regard to the individual's identity.
 
Our intent with the previous letter was to encourage residents to self-report in an abundance of caution, especially as more shelter-in-place orders keep us in one place.
 
By voluntarily self-reporting, your Board of Directors and management staff can take the steps necessary -- such as enhanced disinfecting of common or shared areas or amenities closures and restrictions -- to further protect the health and safety of the community at large, including high-risk residents.
 
We know the spread of this virus is understandably creating concern, uncertainty and anxiety. But working together, we can each do our part to change the trajectory of this disease and protect ourselves, our neighbors and our community. 
 
Sincerely,
   
Christine Lentz, CMCA,AMS 
FirstService Residential President
 
 

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