The May EARL Newsletter has lots of dates re events, etc.  Worth checking out.  In the EARL section below….

3/21/23:  Jane recently shared with the board an article about a relatively new tick to Virginia, the Asian  Long-Horned Tick.  The article is here , and the Virginia Department of Health (VDH) has information about the various types of ticks, and what to do if you encounter this new type, the Asian Long-Horned Tick.  Click here for the VDH information sheet.  Finally, the CDC also has a Tick-Info Webpage that is fairly comprehensive.   Stay safe out there!


From time to time the Board will post information that it thinks might be of interest or helpful for the owners of Indian Springs.  If you are interested, please click on the attached links below — and please feel free to recommend additional websites you have found to be helpful!  Send your suggestions in an email to

Albemarle County

Indian Springs Community News

The “Community News” feature, found only on the Members Only page, has been reserved for Indian Springs’ members to post information that they may wish to share with the community, like special birthdays, weddings or the birth of grandchildren.  It might also include questions for other neighbors about recommendations for painters or plumbers, gardening tips, hobbies or new kitchen recipes. In order to post to this page, please submit your proposed post to the HOA Board secretary.  The secretary’s email address is:

Items submitted for posting should be respectful and relevant to our community; all requests will be acknowledged but the actual posting is at the discretion of the secretary or designated web liaison.  Posts are in reverse chronological order.  The news list can easily be searched by keyword using “Control F”.

Area Resources

Covid-19 and Health-Related Information, Chronological

  • Stay Up-To-Date on COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information:  The Blue Ridge Health District/BRHD (formerly the Thomas Jefferson Health District/TJHD) is our community’s local public health agency and works closely with the Virginia Department of Health (VDH) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). BRHD has opened a hotline at (434) 972-6261 to answer questions from the public regarding COVID-19. That number is staffed Monday through Friday from 8 am to 4:30 pm. The public can leave messages that will be returned as soon as possible.  (Confirmed:  Hotline still active as of 5-23-22)