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.
 
 
 
 
HOA News
Mandatory Face Mask Order/Lenexa Rec Center
Posted on Nov 24th, 2020
 
new public health order is in effect in Johnson County to help slow the exponential rise in COVID-19 transmission.
 
Please remember that we expect everyone age 6 and over to wear a face mask that covers your mouth and nose in the Lenexa Rec Center. The mask should be on before you enter and must be worn throughout the building except when you are actively working out or are in the pool.
 
Your health and safety continues to be our highest priority. Here are the changes we will make at the Lenexa Rec Center to comply with the new order starting Monday, Nov. 16.
 
Locker Rooms
 
Family, men's and women's locker rooms will be closed until further notice.
 
Restroom facilities will still be available (but no showers or lockers). 
 
Small day lockers will still be accessible throughout the facility.
 
Birthday Parties
Birthday parties will not be offered until further notice.
 
Second Floor Gym
 
Basketball
 
No organized play will be allowed.
 
Maximum of three individuals allowed per hoop.
 
Must maintain social distancing and wear a face mask when not actively participating in an activity.
 
Indoor Pool
 
Patrons must come prepared to swim and leave without using locker room changing areas or shower amenities.
Face masks and social distancing will be required on the pool deck. (Face masks may not be worn while in the water.)
 
How Members and Visitors Can Help
 
We appreciate your continued help with these four ongoing safety measures to limit the spread of COVID-19: 
 
Please stay home if you are sick or have been exposed to someone who is ill with COVID-19 symptoms (such as fever, cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, muscle pain, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell, chills).
 
Members, guests and participants age 6 and over must wear face masks that cover your mouth and nose when entering the Rec Center and traveling through non-workout areas of the facility.
 
Wash your hands thoroughly and often.
 
Maintain at least 6 feet of social distance from other people.
 
We're here if you need us
 
We understand that it can be confusing to adapt to operational changes as the COVID-19 pandemic evolves. Watch for the latest updates via this newsletter and our social media accounts. 
 
Have specific questions or concerns? Please get in touch so we can help.
 
 
Thanks for doing your part to keep everyone safe from the spread of COVID-19.
Planning An Update To Your Home?
Posted on Nov 19th, 2020
 
 
If you are planning on painting your house, replacing your roof, major landscaping or other exterior changes/additions refer to the Amended and Restated Declarations of Restrictions dated September 16, 2019 sections 3, 5, and 7 to determine if you need to complete an Architectural Change Request Form.  Here is the link to to a copy of the restrictions and  Architectural Change Request Form.
 
Changes to Lenexa's Pet Licensing
Posted on Nov 4th, 2020
 
 
When pet owners purchase their 2021 animal licenses, they'll get some new benefits to give them peace of mind and help their furry family members return home sooner if they become lost. 
 
The City of Lenexa is now partnering with PetHub to provide digital pet ID tags for licensed animals. If your pet becomes lost, anyone who finds your pet can use the QR code or the number for a 24/7 lost pet call center on the tag to report that they've found your pet. 
 
Each PetHub tag links to a free online profile that you can set up to help your pet get home faster. According to data from PetHub, 98% of pets recovered through their service get home before they enter a shelter. 
 
Another added benefit of the new tags: their epoxy coating makes them durable and prevents the jangling sound of multiple pet tags. 
 
Renew or sign up for your pet license
 
Pet licenses are required annually for all cats and dogs age 6 months and older in Lenexa and expire on Dec. 31 of each year. Renewal notices are mailed in early to mid-November.
 
To register or renew your license, go to PetData.com. You'll need to have a copy of your pet's current rabies vaccination certificate ready to upload. Fees are $12/year per spayed or neutered dog or cat and $22/year for other dogs and cats. 
 
If your pet is found without a license, you could get a ticket. 
 
Set up your PetHub account
 
Once you have your new pet tag, go to PetHub.com to set up your pet's free online profile. It includes information such as their name, breed, age, medications, allergies, your contact info and more.
 
The free basic membership provided with your tag also includes access to the 24/7 lost pet call center, a lost pet poster template and a library of pet-related articles. 
 
You can sign up for a more robust PetHub subscription for a fee. This membership level includes automatic notifications when someone scans your pet's tag and a GPS map showing their location, plus other benefits.
 
How to handle vaccination delays
 
Many veterinary clinics are experiencing service delays due to COVID-19, including delayed vaccinations. If you are unable to update your pet's vaccinations before the end of the year, you can still apply for a pet license. 
  • If your animal's rabies vaccine is current when you send in your license application, a tag will be issued. 
  • If your animal's vaccine has expired, a tag will be issued once the updated/current vaccine certificate has been uploaded. 
We do not have the ability to delay or change license and renewal deadlines at this point, but staff is understanding of the effects of COVID-19 on our pet owners and working with them on these challenges. 
 
Helpful notes for pet owners
 
  • You need to apply for a special pet permit if you'd like more than two dogs and/or two cats at your residence. These also expire annually on Dec. 31. 
  • Lenexa doesn't restrict animal ownership based on breeds.
     
Curbside Composting Program
Posted on Oct 7th, 2020
 
Composting is an easy, practical way to keep food waste out of landfills, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and nourish your garden. To that end, the City of Lenexa has negotiated a discounted rate with Compost Collective KC to provide curbside compost collection to our residents.  

Through Compost Collective KC, you can dispose of a wide range of food scraps, food-soiled paper, plants and landscape vegetation in a lidded bucket that fits under most residential sinks. Each week or every other week, depending on the service you choose, they will collect your compost at the curb, clean your bucket and lid and replace the liner.  

Customers in Lenexa can sign up for a reduced rate of $21 per month for weekly collection or $14 per month for every other week collection through Dec. 31, 2021. A one-time $10 bucket fee is charged for all customers. Discounted pricing is also available for multiple buckets. 

If you’re currently composting at home, this can be a good supplemental service. Since Compost Collective KC works with an industrial composter, they’re able to collect items like dairy, meat scraps and paper towels that you wouldn’t typically put in your home compost mix. Visit their website for a list of accepted items.  

Have a garden at home? Compost Collective KC will provide up to 25 pounds of compost to customers twice a year to bring vital nutrients to your plants and keep artificial fertilizers out of our water supply. 

To learn more about Compost Collective KC’s services and sign up for curbside collection, go to CompostCollectiveKC.com.
Upcoming Events
A Notice To Our Community
Tuesday, March 31st to Wednesday, 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.
Digital Dimensions Art Show
Monday, November 30th to Thursday, January 14th, 6 AM to 9 PM at Lenexa City Hall
 
The Lenexa Arts Council hosts regularly rotating 2D and 3D art shows at the City Hall art gallery featuring local and regional artists. Stop by through Jan. 14, 2021, to explore these exhibits:
 
Digital Dimensions  – photography by multiple artists
Marci Blank – fiber creations
 
 

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