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Committees

Watermelon VOLUNTEERING is the ultimate exercise in democracy. You vote in elections once a year, but when you volunteer, you vote every day about the kind of community you want to live in.
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The committees of Brandermill are made of volunteers interested in serving and bettering their community. They provide valuable experience, insight and advice to the board and management. Each committee is sanctioned by the board and is responsible for a specific area of interest as outlined in its organizational charter. There is no better way to serve your community than becoming a volunteer on one of our committees. To make a difference, call 804-744-1035.

Please check the Events Calendar for committee meeting dates.


Architectural Review Board (ARB)

MISSION: To maintain and/or improve the quality and value of residential and commercial property in Brandermill by evaluating compliance with both Residential and Commercial Design Standards and related Covenants of the Brandermill Community Association (BCA) and to present those evaluations to the BCA Board of Directors.

Communications & Marketing (CMC)

MISSION: To improve the lives and property values of residential and commercial members of Brandermill by enhancing the marketing and branding of Brandermill. Increase the recognition and reputation of the community. It will also be the mission of this committee to identify and determine through research and other appropriate methods the most effective ways to assure communications to all Brandermill residential and commercial members. Recommend improvements in the BCA’s communications with the Brandermill membership. In both these areas the committee should make recommendations to the Board of Directors.

Community Appearance & Maintenance Committee (CAM)

MISSION: To improve the lives and property values of residential and commercial members of the Brandermill Community Association by enhancing the character and culture of Brandermill, and by making the community more aesthetically appealing and functionally convenient.

Community Services (CSC)

MISSION: To improve the lives and property values of residential and commercial members of Brandermill by organizing and conducting recreational, social, cultural and educational activities and programs and by making recommendations in these areas to the BCA Board of Directors and other committees of the Brandermill Community Association.

Finance Committee (FC)

MISSION: To improve the lives and property values of residential and commercial members of Brandermill by the development and implementation of sound fiscal procedures that will assure the BCA’s financial viability.

Hearing Panel (HP)

MISSION: To improve the lives and property values of residential and commercial members of Brandermill by providing an independent body to hear appeals regarding violations of the Covenants of the Brandermill Community Association, and by making decisions on those appeals on behalf of the BCA Board of Directors and the Brandermill Community Association.

Neighborhood Residents Council (NRC)

MISSION: To improve the community lives of the residential members of Brandermill by providing an organizational structure to serve as the advocate for all neighborhoods to the BCA Board of Directors (Board), to determine and convey matters of neighborhood and community importance to and from the Board, and to enhance participation in the activities and involvement in the governance processes of the Community

Planning Committee (PC)

MISSION: To improve the lives and property values of residential and commercial members of Brandermill by developing and overseeing the implementation of a long range plan for the community. The Brandermill Master Plan should be one source document for this committee, however the committee’s considerations should not be limited by the Master Plan. The committee, working in conjunction with the Board of Directors and the Finance Committee, should develop and annually update a five year plan for improvements to the community along with an estimate of the costs for those improvements.