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.
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HOA News
Join the BRBV Social Committee!
Posted on Jun 5th, 2023
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Waste Management Waste and Recycling Pickup Week
Posted on Jun 5th, 2023
Waste Management pickup of household waste and recycling in Bristol Valley and Bristol Ridge
Recyclables are picked up every-other-week dependent upon the subdivision. Waste pickup occurs on Fridays except during a week with a Federal holiday. Waste and/or recycling is then picked up on a Saturday.
Hickok Zarah TIF District Proposal
Posted on Jun 2nd, 2023
The City of Shawnee is proposing a special financing district known as a conservation tax increment financing district.  The proposed area is bounded by K-7 on the west, Shawnee Mission Parkway on the north, Martindale and Woodland on the east and 83rd Street on the south contains the largest remaining tracts of undeveloped land dedicated to residential development in the community.  The development area provides opportunities for transportation connections to K-7, recreational connections to the Gary Haller Trail and Shawnee Mission Park, walking connections to Horizon Elementary School and Maranatha Christian Academy and the opportunity for regional stormwater management amenities. 
The full potential of area cannot be realized, however, without a significant amount of public and private infrastructure development. The creation of a unique funding source to effect public investment and leverage private development is critical to the City’s effort to cause development to pay for development.
The Hickok-Zarah Development Area comprises 1,648 acres, approximately 2.58 square miles, in western Shawnee, largely between Monticello and Woodland, from Shawnee Mission Parkway to the southern City boundary just north of 83rd Street. The bulk of the southern two-thirds of the area is undeveloped, unplatted, lacking internal infrastructure and suffering from topographical challenges.
The City of Shawnee proposes to create a tax increment financing (TIF) district across the entire Hickok Zarah Development Area. The City proposes to qualify the area as a ”conservation district.” Pursuant to KSA 12-1770a, a conservation district is an “improved area comprising 15% or less of the land area within the corporate limits of a city in which 50% or more of the structures in the area have an age of 35 years or more, which area is not yet blighted, but may become a blighted area ”due, among other things, to inadequate utilities and infrastructure; dilapidation, obsolescence or deterioration of structures; and, the presence of structures below minimum code standards.”
Once created, the Hickok-Zarah Development Area TIF District can host one or more TIF project plans, proposed either by the City or by private developers to fund priority infrastructure.  Unlike a ”typical” TIF, tax increment generated in the Hickok-Zarah Development Area will be used to fund critical infrastructure, including internal infrastructure and key connections to adjacent arterial streets, trails and regional parks.
While the list can change over time, potential infrastructure priorities include:
Intersection improvements at 75th and K-7
Curb/gutter improvements to ditch section streets
Improvements to Woodland Dr. north of 83rd
Neighborhood connections to regional parks and trails
Regional stormwater management amenity
Internal streets to support residential development
Infrastructure necessary to support small neighborhood-scale retail development
Appraiser Property Site Visits
Posted on Jun 1st, 2023
Members of the Johnson County Appraiser’s office will be in the field this summer, conducting checks of properties with building permits and those involving new construction.

Members of the office should have either a shirt or a badge identifying them as a county official, said Beau Boisvert, Johnson County appraiser, and will often be driving a county vehicle.

“If people happen to see us out there on these properties, we are there so we can verify property listings,” Boisvert said. “Residents who have questions about these routine visits are always welcome to call our office.”
JOCO County Commissioners Review 2024 Budget Proposal
Posted on Jun 1st, 2023
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Johnson County Manager Penny Postoak Ferguson has proposed a FY 2024 budget to address the needs of a growing community, maintain high public service levels and provide competitive compensation for recruitment and retention of staff.

The County Manager’s budget proposal includes a 0.250 mill levy rollback on the county’s property taxes, aligns with priorities of the Board of County Commissioners and represents feedback from Johnson County residents in the 2023 Community Survey.

A key budget priority for Postoak Ferguson this year is addressing a recent comprehensive salary and benefits study showing the county’s salary grade structure was below market by an average 6.1%

The Board now will review the budget proposal and hear from county departments and agencies in a series of work sessions in May and June.
What's next for the budget?
Budget open houses are planned on:
June 22 at the Johnson County Administration Building (111 South Cherry St. Olathe)

June 27 at the Johnson County Northeast Offices (6000 Lamar, Mission)
MED-ACT Debuts New Public Dashboard
Posted on Jun 1st, 2023
A new dashboard for Johnson County MED-ACT gives the public a new look at the total number of incidents the service is responding to, along with a city-by-city breakdown of where those incidents are occurring.

The new EMS Activity Report is available at jocogov.org/MEDACT. The dashboard is updated three times per day, and allows users to filter by date range and city in order to get a snapshot of incidents, transports, call volume and the locations of those calls. View a video introducing users to the dashboard.
Upcoming Events
Friday Night Sound Bytes
Friday, April 28th to Friday, October 27th, Lenexa Public Market at 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Grab a friend, get some grub and groove into the weekend. Join us for free live music and rotating local food trucks on the patio every Friday night from 7 to 10 p.m. April 28-October 27 on the Lower Commons. Watch for special themed Sound Bites, starting with our first event of the season. 
Lenexa Outdoor Concert Series
Sunday, May 21st to Sunday, June 18th
2023 Sundays: May 21, May 28, June 4, June 11, June 18, Sept. 17, Sept. 24
5 to 6:30 p.m.
Grand Pavilion, Sar-Ko-Par Trails Park, 87th Street Parkway & Lackman Road, Lenexa, KS 66215
Free admission
Enter park at 87th Street Parkway and Greenway Lane
Restrooms available
Bring your lawn chairs or blankets and a picnic dinner and enjoy a variety of live music in a lovely outdoor setting at the Grand Pavilion. 
This is a program of the Lenexa Arts Council.


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