All Fairlington Bulletin
Read the November 2019 All Fairlington Bulletin.
Park Shirlington briefing at November 13 FCA Meeting
The owners of the Park Shirlington apartments on S. 31st St. will brief the Fairlington community on their plans to increase density on the site while preserving affordable housing units at the FCA meeting on Wednesday, November 13. The meeting begins at 7 pm in the Fairlington Community Center, 3308 S. Stafford St. It will be video recorded and posted after the meeting on the FCA Facebook page.
FCA to compile list of board candidates
FCA is seeking interested residents to serve as officers and directors on the 2019 FCA Board. Board members set the policies for the association and serve one-year terms. Anyone interested in serving on the board may express that interest by emailing
FCA Vice President Lindsay Willmann at: vp at fcafairlington.org.
All nine of the seats on the board will be up for election. The list of candidates will be published here at least 10 days before the December 11 annual meeting.
Meeting Slides from September FCA Meeting
After almost two years of construction, the new I-395 Express Lanes are on track to open later this year. Officials from Transurban, the private contractor that will operate the lanes, updated the community in September. Download the presentation here. Visit www.expresslanes.com/projects/395 for project details.
Order Your Fairlington Commemorative Ornament
The FCA is taking orders for this special brass-plated ornament. Place your order below using PayPal or a credit card. Pick up your order at the next FCA meeting or the Fairlington Villages Management Office, 3001 S. Abingdon St., during operating hours.
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.