Spring Yard Sale: May 4, 2019 - 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
List of Participating Homes
Fall Yard Sale: September 21, 2019 - 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Sell From Your Home
You can sell from your home at no cost. If you would like to sign-up to be on the distribution list, please register using the link above. We do request that you register no later than the Monday prior to the yard sale in order to give us time to format the distribution list and also post it on various media sites.
Sell From the Community Center - 42645 Regal Wood Dr
You can sell your items at the Community Center parking lot for $10 per two parking spaces. You must register prior to the yard sale date in order to reserve your spot. You will have the opportunity to pick your yard sale spot during your registration process. Space is limited
MAP OF SPACES AT COMMUNITY CENTER.
Cancellations will be announced as soon as possible. Please follow us on Facebook and/or sign up for Notify Me which will send you an alert. You are allowed to have your yard sale if we cancel, our cancellation will only directly affect the people signed up at the Community Center. We will try and reschedule the yard sale within the next few weeks of a cancellation.
Yuck Old Paint will be onsite at the Community Center from 8 AM to 12 PM. Bring your old paint cans in the original containers and they will recycle the paint in an earth-friendly fashion! $5 fee per can, no 5-gallon buckets accepted. Charge/cash/check accepted. Be sure to take advantage of this service due to the fact that unused paint cannot be disposed of through Republic’s regular curbside trash service.
- First 100 Cans Free! BCA will pick up the cost for the first 100 cans of paint dropped off by Brambleton residents. In order to receive this benefit, you must show your Bram Life Pass (pool pass) at the time of drop-off. Free disposal is limited to 4 cans per Brambleton household. Additional cans may be disposed of at the standard $5/can rate.
- We would also like to congratulate Yuck Old Paint on being awarded a Letter of Commendation from Senator Mark Warner’s office at the Virginia Travel and Tourism Industry.