The Mount Vernon Council of Citizens’ Associations, Inc., commonly referred to as MVCCA, is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization of citizens’ associations in the Mount Vernon Magisterial District of Fairfax County, Virginia. For the purpose of membership eligibility, the association types include: a civic association, a community association, a property owners association, a homeowners association (HOA), or a condominium unit owners association.
Every citizens’ association in the Mount Vernon Magisterial District is eligible for membership provided the association is organized and operated for nonpartisan civic activity and no substantial part of its objective is the promotion of commercial enterprise. A member association must represent at least ten housing units. The purpose of the Mount Vernon Council is to represent and promote the interests of its member associations and to further the common good and general welfare of the residents of the Mount Vernon Magisterial District.
FROM THE CO-CHAIRS
- Congressman Don Beyer will attend our June General Council Meeting.
- Starting in the fall, the General Council meetings will have guest speakers. If there is a topic you want to hear about, please let your co-chairs know.
DID YOU KNOW?
In 2004, the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors (Board) adopted its Environmental Vision—and now the Board needs your help to update it. While it is not an action plan, this vision is important because it helps to guide the county’s environmental initiatives and programs.
How you can provide feedback
There are two ways that you can offer recommended updates, changes or additions to the current vision.
- Take an online survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/environmentalvision. This survey will be open through June 30. Results will help identify environmental issues that are of the greatest concerns, as well as updates that may be needed.
- To provide feedback in person, attend the public meeting on July 27, 7-9 p.m. at the South County Government Center main conference room, 8350 Richmond Highway, Alexandria
Survey results will be posted online and presented at the public meetings. Early next year, the revised vision will be made public for further comment, and it is anticipated that the board will adopt its final, updated vision in 2017.
For more information or reasonable ADA accommodations, visit the project web page, or contact the county’s Environmental Coordinator at 703-324-1788, TTY 711.