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
Take Advantage of our HOA Libraries!
Posted on May 20th, 2022
 
Our HOA "Take A Book, Leave A Book" libraries of full of gently used books for your summer reading enjoyment. Be sure to stop by the Clubhouse at Deer Run and 82nd Street or the Bristol Valley location to view the books available.
 
And if you have any used books you would like to donate, just drop them off at one of the libraries.
Fire Pit Safety
Posted on May 18th, 2022
 
Whether you’re looking forward evenings around the firepit or planning spring yard cleanup, being safe and knowing when you need a burn permit is essential. 
 
Recreational burning includes the use of portable outdoor fireplaces and fire pits. This type of burning doesn’t require a permit at one- and two-family homes, but it must meet these requirements:
 
The fire must be contained within an aboveground or belowground fire pit that is covered by a spark-arresting screen.
 
Only traditional firewood can be burned. No yard debris allowed!
 
The pile cannot exceed 2 feet tall and 3 feet in diameter.
 
The fire must be at least 15 feet away from structures or combustible material. 
 
The fire must be attended at all times.
 
Spring Maintenance Tips
Posted on May 18th, 2022
 
Get your home in shape before the summer heat. Maintaining and inspecting your home’s exterior can keep yourself and others safe, save you from costly repairs and avoid common City Code violations, which are in place to keep our City flourishing.
 
Pick up dog waste and properly dispose of it. Pet waste is not just nasty to step in — it’s a source of harmful bacteria that negatively effects water quality. Poor water quality is costly to treat, which results in higher water bills.
 
Store waste containers behind the building line of your home. Trash, recycling and yard waste containers should only be curbside the day of your trash hauler’s pickup. 
 
Dispose of yard waste correctly. Use paper yard waste bags, a dedicated container, or your compost pile for leaves, grass and sticks. Make sure your yard debris doesn’t end up in the street or storm drain. This affects flooding and water quality.
 
Keep your grass mowed to the right length. Grass (including weeds) on residential properties may not exceed 8 inches. Trim around landscaping, mailboxes, and fire hydrants. Other properties must keep their grass under 12 inches. On large pieces of land (one or more acres), the City may make exceptions and only require a perimeter mow. 
 
Trim trees. Trees near sidewalks need 8 feet of clearance above the path, which protects walkers and bicyclists. Check all trees for hanging limbs that could be dangerous, and consult with an arborist if trees look diseased.
Clean your gutters out. Clogged gutters can result in wood rot and standing water around your foundation.
 
Bristol Ridge and Bristol Valley Pool Opening DELAYED
Posted on May 16th, 2022
 
The Bristol Ridge and Valley (BRBV) pool opening has been delayed due to needed plaster repairs.
 
Our supplier is encountering supply chain issues which will move the repairs and inspection to early June. Thank you for your understanding in this matter. We will provide updates once an installation date has been determined.
 
Earlier Communication
 
To help assure all pool users have a safe and pleasant experience it is important we all adhere to the pool rules. Keep in mind the pool is utilized by residents of all ages, but especially young children. It is our responsibility to respect each other and to help assure that the experience is both safe and pleasant. No illegal, noxious or offensive behavior and/or loud music is acceptable.
 
It is a Johnson County Health and Environment regulation that no food or drink be consumed within 4 feet of the pool edge. They periodically stop by the pool unannounced and they will close the pool if this regulation is being violated. If you bring food and/or refreshments into the pool area it is your responsibility to make sure that all of your trash is picked up and deposited in one of the pool deck trash containers.
 
The bathroom trash containers should not be used to discard food, dirty diapers or other non-paper trash. The Deffenbaugh containers or the containers on the pool deck should be utilized for those purposes.
 
The pool is for the exclusive use of the BRBV residents and their guests. It is our responsibility to assure that unwanted guests are not using the pool.
 
The pool will be patrolled after hours and any violators may be prosecuted.
 
Please fill out this form if you are in need of replacement pool fob.
 
Let’s all do what we can do to make this summer’s experience at the pool one of the best.
 
 
POOL RULES
 
Pool Open Daily: 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM
 
All persons using the swimming pool shall shower before entering.
 
No glassware allowed.
 
Food or drink is prohibited within 4 feet of the pool area.
 
Pool chairs are not allowed in the pool.
 
Never swim alone.
 
Children 14 years and under should not use pool without an adult in attendance.
 
No pets allowed.
 
No running, boisterous or rough play.
 
Any person having an infectious or communicable disease is excluded from the pool.
 
No diving.
 
Warning – No lifeguard on duty.
 
Swim at your own risk.
 
Persons vandalizing pool property will be prosecuted.
 
Emergency call 911
 
Non-emergency concerns contact FirstService Residential 816-414-5300
 
 
Does My Home Project Need A Building Permit?
Posted on Apr 21st, 2022
 
Any remodeling or construction projects in your home that relate to framing, electrical, mechanical or plumbing require a building permit. This includes:
 
Accessory structures over 120 square feet
 
Additions
 
Basement finishes
 
Covered porches and sunrooms
 
Decks – new or replacement
 
Demolition
 
Drive approach and public sidewalk
 
Fences
 
Retaining walls (excluding walls under 4 feet that do not alter water flow at lot lines)
 
Fire repair
 
Furnace and air conditioner replacement
 
Electrical, mechanical or plumbing alterations
 
Re-roofing
 
Remodeling
 
Swimming pools, hot tubs and spas
 
Water heater replacement
 
Cosmetic changes such as painting, cabinetry, carpeting, siding, lawn sprinklers and landscaping improvements do not require a permit.
 
Planning An Update To Your Home?
Posted on Apr 21st, 2022
 
 
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.
 
For Lenexa residents, please click here for city code requirements for home improvements.
 
For Shawnee residents, please click here for city code requirements for home improvements.
 
Upcoming Events
Board Game Nights At The Public Market
Monday, February 7th to Monday, December 5th, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. the first Monday of the month. at Lenexa Public Market
 
We're bringing back board game night with TableTop Game and Hobby and Cardboard Corner Cafe the first Monday of every month! They'll bring a variety of games to choose from, but you are welcome to bring your own as well. No experience in games is necessary.
Parade of Hearts
Monday, March 28th to Tuesday, May 31st
 
HAVE YOU SEEN THIS? Lenexa is hosting three giant hearts designed by local artists as part of the Parade of Hearts. This public art and philanthropic project celebrates regional unity in the Kansas City metro.  Visit one of the hearts after your workout down at the Lenexa Public Market through the end of May. 
 
 

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