Permit applications to be presented at FCA meeting May 8
The FCA meeting on Wednesday, May 8, is a working session. However, there will be two applicants to operate early childhood education facilities. One will be seeking a permit from Arlington to operate in the old Long & Foster building on S. 31st St., while the other will be seeking a permit from Alexandria to operate a Montessori school at the new West Alex development at King and Beauregard Sts.
Two events on Saturday, May 11
Grounds walk – From 9:45 to 10:45 am Master Gardeners of Northern Virginia will offer an educational walk to showcase new plantings in the renovated FCC playground area and surrounding neighborhood with emphasis on native trees, plants and shrubs. Meet at the FCC.
Home and Garden Tour – The ninth biennial Home and Garden Tour, sponsored by the Fairlington Historical Society (FHS), will be held Saturday, May 11, from 11 am to 3 pm. This year’s tour will feature 10 homes in North and South Fairlington that showcase a variety of renovated town- and apartment homes. You can purchase or pick up your ordered tickets (download the ticket request form) in South Fairlington at the Fairlington Community Center (3308 S. Stafford St.), Friday, May 3, between 6 and 8 pm, or in North Fairlington at the Spring Yard Sale, Fairlington Villages Community
Center (3005 S. Abingdon St.), Saturday, May 4, between 8 and 11 am. You can also purchase or pick up tickets on the day of the tour at the Fairlington Villages Community Center between 10 am and 2 pm. Please note: tour hours end at 3 pm.
All Fairlington Bulletin
Read the May 2019 All Fairlington Bulletin.
Read the full GAO Helicopter Noise Study Request Letter, signed in January 2019 by Congress members Don Beyer, Eleanor Holmes Norton, and others.
What is the Fairlington Citizens Association?
The Fairlington Citizens Association (FCA) is about you. All residents are members and an executive board is elected annually. The FCA’s mission is to promote activities that make Fairlington a better community in which to live by serving as a forum for discussion of residents’ concerns and by representing Fairlington’s views to local government.