Ways to Help

BECOME  INVOLVED . . . It’s Your Neighborhood! 

  • Get to know your neighbors.  Let neighbors on your street know when you will be away or when you will be having people or workers coming and going.
  • Recognize cars, vehicles and people near your residence and on your street.
  • Share your concerns with a BWRMA Board member; or better still, attend a Board Meeting.
  • Check your property for leaning trees, broken branches, excessive duff, dead foliage, dense overgrowth and etc. that can cause structural damage or increase a risk of fire.


Neighborhood Watch