The use of Salt on all gravel roads within BMPOA is PROHIBITED
Using Salt as a deicing agent causes severe damage to the integrity and underlying structure of the road bed thus resulting in higher maintenance costs that impact everyone in the community.
See this informative Article our neighbors in Skyland Estates have published for more info.
If you need to gain traction going up or down hill look for the Blue Poly Barrels strategically placed on hills within the association.
Tire Chains are a great way to navigate the mountain roads when conditions are less than favorable and good tires just don't cut it.
Ensure they fit your vehicle and practice how to install them before you need them!
BMPOA Road Committee will not dispatch Plows and Equipment when snow accumulations are below four (4) inches at a predesignated location on the mountain. This is a policy that has been in place for many seasons and has proved to be the most effective approach for our neighborhood.
Contact us below with a description as well as a location of the concern. Be as detailed as possible to ensure an accurate and timely repair.
ATTENTION: Fire Trail Road is not owned or maintained by BMPOA.
540 Cliff Road, Front Royal, Virginia 22630, United States
If a Tree Falls over a roadway and is impeding traffic please utilize the contact form below and report the downed tree location.
It is permissible for an individual to remove a downed tree that has fallen on a BMPOA Roadway, however when doing so ensure the tree is removed in a safe and responsible manner. BMPOA is not responsible for Personal Injury or Damage to property that may occur during the removal of a downed tree.
If an overhead line falls on your car, know that you are safe as long as you stay inside the car. If you must exit the car, jump, being careful not to touch the car and ground at the same time.
If a Tree has fallen on Utility lines within BMPOA please contact
R.E.C. at (800-552-3904)
Blue Mountain Sanitary District - P.O. Box 114 Linden, VA 22642
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Virginia Cooperative Extension is offering Northern Shenandoah Valley residents the opportunity to have their water tested in October for common contaminants.
Click the link below to find out more!