If you are interested in becoming a BCCA member please fill out our online form below or print out this form and either mail it to the address provided in the form, or email the completed form to email@example.com.
During July’s BCCA meeting Bylaws were approved which establish membership categories for BCCA:
Individual Membership. Any individual 18 years of age or older who owns or rents real property or resides within the Buckingham area is eligible to membership with full voting rights and privileges.
Family or Household Membership. The members of a family or of a single household who qualify as individual members may elect to join as a family or household. Each member 18 years of age or older shall have full voting rights and privileges. No more than four individuals per household may participate in this type of membership.
Apartment, Condominium, or Homeowner Association membership. An Apartment, Condominium or Homeowner Association adjacent to or within the Buckingham area may obtain a membership equivalent to five (5) individual memberships 18 years of age or older. An Apartment,
Condominium or Homeowner Association membership shall have no more than five official votes. The Apartment, Condominium or Homeowner Association shall provide 5 delegate names each year at membership renewal.
Business membership. A business adjacent to or within the Buckingham area may obtain a membership equivalent to an individual membership. A business membership shall have no more than one vote.
Honorary Membership. The Association may confer honorary memberships. Honorary members shall be entitled to participate in the affairs of the Association but they shall not have the right to vote or to hold elective office unless qualified under other membership criteria.
Admission to Membership. Any person or organization eligible for membership under this article shall become a member upon payment of the dues to the Treasurer.
Dues for Membership by Category
Membership dues will be utilized for Arlington County Civic Federation Dues, administrative costs, supporting the annual Neighborhood Day, and neighborhood improvement requiring small investments where no outside resources can be identified.