WHAT is the Braddock District Council?
The BDC’s goal is to promote civic, community and general welfare of Braddock District citizens by
representing the interests of all community associations in the Braddock District
facilitating cooperation and coordination among member organizations,
providing a direct path of communications between member organizations and local government agencies, and
magnifying the impact of our community voices through enhanced communication
WHO can join the BDC?
Membership is open to all HOAs, Civic or Community Associations as well as Condo & Pool Associations in the Braddock District. The size of the organization dictates the dues and the number of votes on the BDC.
WHY should a community organization join the BDC?
Share Best Practices among local community organizations
Receive up-to-date, first-hand information from local officials
Take advantage of the opportunity to voice opinions on District, County, State and School Board issues
Get to know neighboring community Associations and neighbors
Work with other Associations to identify and devise local solutions
Raise awareness of needs for services in your community
Participate in annual Best of Braddock Citizen Awards and Taste of Braddock, and concert events
Inspire other citizen community volunteers in your community
WHERE does the BDC meet?
Braddock Supervisor’s office, Braddock Hall (9002 Burke Lake Dr.)
WHEN does the BDC meet?
Quarterly, on the 3rd Wednesday of the Month -- 7:00 pm
2022 Braddock District Map
You can download the 2022 Braddock District Map here
Last amended on November 13, 2013: View/Download our Bylaws
Advantages of Active Participation
Receive up-to-date information from officials
Opportunity to question and be heard on District, County, State, and School Board issues
Know neighboring community Associations
Participate in Best of Braddock Citizens Awards and Taste of Braddock local business cuisines
Inspire other dedicated Braddock volunteers