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.
A Notice To Our Community
Sunday, March 8th to Tuesday, June 30th
Before planning to participate in an event posted on BRBVHOA.com, please confirm with the organizer that the event is still planned. Even though we update this website daily, we have noticed that event cancellations are taking place at the last minute. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Bristol Ridge and Bristol Valley Garage Sale - New Dates Announced
Tuesday, March 31st to Sunday, May 31st
Due to COVID-19 pandemic, the Bristol Ridge and Bristol Valley Community Garage Sale will be held June 5 and 6 from 8 AM to 5 PM. The original dates were May 2 and 3.
HOA NewsAs a reminder, we can serve you for most things over the phone at (913) 631-2500 including CityRide information, trash overage stickers and more!
City of Lenexa Event Status
Lenexans love to come together for lively community events. But we’re changing how we gather right now in order to help keep each other safe.
Some popular upcoming festivals and events have been canceled to limit large crowds in close proximity. Others have been reimagined for this time of social distancing.
City of Shawnee Coronavirus Update
We know this is an uncertain time and, like you, we are adjusting to all the changes as best we can.
We have a special section online that we are constantly updating. You can find a number of things at cityofshawnee.org/coronavirus, including the status of our upcoming meetings and events, our City building reopening plan and several helpful links to County, State and Federal resources.
While our City buildings are back open, some of them are operating with limited hours and staffing.
City Hall: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Civic Centre: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. There will be no classes, rentals or drop-in open gym times.
Shawnee Town 1929: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. There will be no classes, rental or museum tours.
Fire Department Public Counter: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Police Department Public Counter: 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Municipal Court Public Counter: 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., but no in-person dockets
You will notice other changes throughout our buildings, including;
Signs encouraging the use of face masks or face coverings
Hand sanitizer stations available throughout buildings
Clear plastic barrier added at public counters
Floor stickers identifying six-foot distances for people visiting facilities
Limited staffing at all facilities
For a look at what you can expect, click here!
City of Shawnee Tidy Town Update
The COVID-19 pandemic spurred several changes to Tidy Town. As always, we must make health and safety the utmost priority.
Waste Management has agreed on the following changes.
Once restrictions related to COVID-19 are no longer in place, residents will be able to schedule a bulky item pickup for their household directly with their trash hauler, pending employee safety and staffing availability. Please be sure to mention that you want to schedule your Tidy Town pickup when you call!
Residents will schedule this appointment directly with their trash hauler to work out a time that is convenient for the customer. All of the guidelines about what will, and will not be accepted curbside still apply.
Bulk service must be completed by December 31, 2020. No carry over into 2021 will be allowed. Your trash hauler can answer specific questions regarding items as well.
Waste Management: (913) 631-3300
Note: Other hauler information deleted since it does not apply to Bristol Valley
There will be no drop-off site available. The drop-off site requires a high level of coordination between City staff and trash haulers. It is something we all start planning for several months in advance. At this time, we cannot set a date in the future with the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic impacting staffing, safety and other day-to-day activities.
We would encourage people to visit recyclespot.org or to contact one of our local nonprofit organizations to look for ways to offload some of their items in an environmentally friendly way.
We understand these changes impact you all directly and these are not decisions we take lightly. Again, the safety of our community is our top priority. If you have questions, please contact your trash hauler directly or the City of Shawnee at (913) 742-6204. We thank all of you who are showing us patience and understanding.
You can also find this information online at cityofshawnee.org/tidytown.
Lenexa Parks & Recreation Reopening Plans
After several months during which facilities, programs and events were largely suspended to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), Lenexa Parks & Recreation is beginning the safe, gradual reopening of services.
We have used Reopening Johnson County and "Ad Astra: A Plan to Reopen Kansas" as a foundation to develop responsible operating guidelines for parks, pools, playgrounds, facilities, festivals and events, indoor and outdoor recreation programming, and rental spaces.
Our phased reopening plan identifies restrictions, occupancy limits, social distancing requirements, cleaning and sanitization practices. It also addresses expected patron and staff protocols for personal safety practices.
Lenexa Rec Center Reopening June 1st!
Welcome back to the Rec Center!
The Lenexa Rec Center will reopen — with limited capacity — starting Monday, June 1, at 5 a.m. During this initial phase, only Rec Center members can visit the building. Hours of operation remain the same, aside from a midday closure from 1:30 to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday for deep cleaning.
Members will have complimentary access through June 19. Normal billing resumes June 20. To place your membership in a freeze status for three months, or cancel it altogether, take action before June 19.
Watch the 2-minute video overview to learn about precautions we're taking and what to expect.
Voting By Mail
Posted on May 27th, 2020
Over the weekend of May 23, the Johnson County Election Office mailed advance voting applications to every voter in the county. Voters should receive the applications of the week of May 24..
The mailing includes two applications, one each for the August and November elections. The applications will be pre-filled with the voter’s name, date of birth, residential address, and mailing address. Voters will only need to provide their Kansas driver’s license or identification card number and signature on the applications.
For security purposes, voter signatures are verified at every step of the advance voting by mail process. Voters are encouraged to provide a quality signature on the applications.
Unaffiliated voters who want to vote in the Democratic or Republican Party primary elections in August must affiliate with that party. The applications being mailed to unaffiliated voters include the option to affiliate with a party by completing a party affiliation declaration.
Voters can return the applications three ways:
By mail: The applications can be folded into a self-addressed envelope and mailed to the Election Office (stamp required).
To the 24-hour, drive-through ballot boxes at the Election Office: The ballot boxes are located at 2101 E. Kansas City Road in Olathe.
By email: A photo or scan of the applications can be sent to email@example.com.
Voters who return the applications will be mailed ballots for the August 4 primary and November 3 general elections. Ballots will begin mailing three weeks before Election Day.
In-person voting will also be available in August and November. In addition to Election Day polling locations, there will be two weeks of advance voting at seven locations before each election. Voters who choose to vote in person after applying to vote by mail will be required to vote a provisional ballot.
More information and updates are available at jocoelection.org. See below for an instructional video on the mail-in voting process.
Declaration of Restrictions
Current Declaration of Restrictions Document for Bristol Ridge and Bristol Valley:
3. HOA Bylaws
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