BBHCA has a long record of successes in our interaction with local and state
government officials, local private businesses, and other organizations.
In the late 70s, the
Civic Association of Brookland Estates joined forces with Bush Hill Woods to
form the Brookland-Bush Hill Civic Association (BBHCA). In the early
2000s, the membership agreed to include Gunnell Estates in the distribution of
the newsletter along with the townhouses off Brookland Road behind McDonalds. BBHCA
currently services more than 870 households.
In the past we have worked with community members
and the County
by evaluating problems and recommending solutions.
We’re a community that cares and takes action! We need
your continued support. Become a member—make sure our County representatives
count us in when they make decisions. Join today!
BBHCA also sponsors community activities, such
as our annual
in June and
for local candidates on
election years .
five times a year at the Bush Hill Elementary School in Bush Hill Woods.
are invited to get an update on community issues, hear influential speakers on topics of
current interest, and meet your neighbors.
Past speakers have included:
Lee District Supervisor
Lee District Station Police Officers
Cross (Emergency Preparedness)
Franconia Museum Association
School Board Representative
District Land Use and Transportation Advisory Committee members
County Department of Consumer Affairs
News is published four to five times a year to coincide with the
community meetings. A typical issue includes updates from the BBHCA
president, Neighborhood Watch, Membership, Lee District Supervisor, along with other community-related news
and activities. The cost of the newsletter is supported through member dues and
advertising. For more information and past issues, please click on the
Get involved—for the good of your
community. We provide many opportunities for you to take an active
role and make a difference. Join us!
BBHCA Fact Sheet
for more . . .