Initiated in 1955, the Bluemont Citizens Association (BCA) is structured as a neighborhood association, dedicated to the betterment of the Bluemont community, namely the protection, celebration, and preservation of our rural heritage and character. As an unincorporated village, Bluemont collects no municipal taxes.
The BCA is a 501(c)4 organization that serves mainly residents of the Bluemont zip code (20135 in Loudoun, Clarke, and Jefferson Counties) or with a 540-554-xxxx telephone number. Community meetings are held the first Wednesday of the month at 7:00 pm at the Bluemont Community Center, 33846 Snickersville Turnpike. All are welcome to attend and give their input. The monthly BCA meeting is a good place to air an idea—and often, to get support for it. PLEASE NOTE, BCA meetings are currently being held over Zoom. Please consult the for updates.
The BCA is the rock that supports the Bluemont Fair, held annually during the third weekend in September. The all-volunteer-organized fair began in 1970, and generates funding for all BCA projects, including many charitable activities. Proceeds from the Fair also fund Bluemont’s modest but essential infrastructure, including sidewalks, streetlights, and the maintenance of the E.E. Lake Store.
BCA is a member of The Loudoun Historic Village Alliance (LVHA). LVHA was formed in March 2019 to provide villages with a strong and unified voice on issues of joint interest or concern.