Contact Information

Due to recent internet issues, our Property Manager has suggested if you get an error message when contacting him by email using his work address (DFloydAsoc.com), that you use his personal address.  Substitute “Comcast . net” for DFloydAsoc.com.  – As a matter of policy, we do not publish personal email addresses on our website.

You can always get a message to him via Property Manager @ BradfordHillsHomes . com or see our “Contact Us” page for mailing addresses and telephone numbers.

2018 Annual Meeting – Thurs, May 3

 

The 2018 Bradford Hills Annual Homeowners Meeting will be held on Thursday, May 3, 2018 at 6:30 p.m. in the Chapel at the rear of Tusculum Church of Christ. Registration starts at 6:10 PM.

We request your participation at this important Annual Meeting. We need a quorum in order to conduct business and hold an official election. If you will be unable to attend the Annual Homeowners Meeting in-person, please complete and return the proxy included with USPS mailing to each homeowner of record the first week of April.  If you have misplaced your proxy, please contact our property manager.

We will review the operations of the HOA and elect board members for a 3 yr term.

NEWSLETTER:

Spring 2018 => click here => 2018_BHHOA_SPRING_Newsletter_FINAL.pub

2018 Annual Meeting Notice => 2018_BHHOA_Ann_Mtg_OFFICIAL_NOTICE_FINAL

Yard of the Month 2018

How about being rewarded for a beautiful home and lot?  That’s right.  We want to reward and recognize homeowners who maintain their home’s exterior and lot.  Your property is a visual asset to the neighborhood.

Submit a photo from the street of your exterior property, with a supporting paragraph describing why your home, or a home of a neighbor, should be recognized as the “Yard of the Month” for Bradford Hills.  Be sure to include the homeowner name, address, and your name and address (if nominating a neighbor).

Send your photos to YardOfTheMonth@BradfordHillsHomes.com

For complete details, see the announcement here => Y_o_t_M_2017_Final

Fall Newsletter & 2018 Dues Notice

The Fall newsletter was mailed via USPS this week (11/10) to homeowners. Included is your favorite notice, your 2018 annual dues notice. If you own in Bradford Hills and do not get your notice by Mon Nov 20, please contact Kim at his office email and ask for a copy to be sent (and verify your address with him).

If you need another copy of the Newsletter, or the Dues notice, they are found under the “Communications” tab on the website main page.

PS: If you live in another neighborhood, do not mail us a dues payment. We get several every year from people who live elsewhere (the wonders of social media).

Neighborhood Watch

A few neighbors have inquired about re-starting a Neighborhood Watch in Bradford Hills.  We are exploring opportunities to get one going.  You can find a link to an informational document below.  Please email Board @ BradfordHillsHomes . com to add your name to a list of interested neighbors.  We look forward to your participation.

Click here => Neighborhood Watch Planning Guide (4)

Bradford Hills Social “Activities” Meeting

Oglesby_Community_House_plaqueJoin us SAT, March 28 from 3:00 pm til 4:30 PM to gather and discuss social ideas for the neighborhood. We have neighbors who want to talk about coordinating our annual garage sale, hosting social events for homeowners, ways to incorporate a mini-neighborhood watch style program, and other general neighborhood issues. We will meet at the Oglesby Community House, 5724 Edmondson Pike (immediately north of Woodson Chapel Church. Plenty of parking in front, handicap access in rear. Please RSVP to President@BradfordHillsHomes.com Oglesby_Community_House

Street Sweeping for November 2014

Street_Sweeper_Metro_ContractorThe next street sweeping is scheduled for Thurs, Nov 20, 2014 in our neighborhood. Be sure to keep your vehicles and trash cans off the street, especially that day. Actual day they perform this service may vary due to weather.

MWS (Metro Water Services) conducts street sweeping to remove debris from our streets and prevent it from entering our storm drains. Storm drains lead straight to the nearest creek or stream and are meant for rainwater only. The street sweeping schedule is posted on the Nashville Water Service site, in the “NEWS” section, and updated monthly.

Report Electric outages by phone or online

Coincidentally, in this morning’s paper (Oct 13, 2014)NES_users_Report_Outages_Online a story about reporting power outages online. Since about 50% of people with a cell phone have a smart phone, many still have internet access when the power goes out. Or call 615-234-0000. Or online at www.nespower.com They have a pretty good power outage map and a helpful FAQ section.