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HHV 75th Anniversary Booklet

Thanks again to everyone for coming to our 75th anniversary celebration. The weather cooperated and it turned out to be a wonderful event.   

Covering the Corridor published a cool recap of the event:

https://coveringthecorridor.com/2018/10/hollin-hall-village-celebrate-75th-anniversary/

If you were not able to attend and you are a current member of the Hollin Hall Village Citizens Association, we have your complimentary booklet. You can either pick it up or we can drop it off at your house – contact me at tgodbout[at]aol.com to let me know what you prefer.  

Anyone may also purchase copies for $15 each.  

If you live in the area and would like to purchase a copy, please contact me at the email listed above to make arrangements to pick it up.   

If you live outside the area, please mail a $15 check payable to HHVCA to:

1601 Revere Drive, Alexandria, VA 22308.  

We will send you a copy as soon as we receive your check. 

Let us know if you have any other questions. 

About HHVCA


Welcome to the Hollin Hall Village Citizens Association (HHVCA).  Our community of about 700 homes and businesses is located off of Fort Hunt Road (map) in the Mount Vernon District of Fairfax County, Virginia.


A citizens association is only as active and vibrant as its membership.  If you live in Hollin Hall Village and are not a member, please consider joining to ensure our community's concerns are heard at the Mount Vernon Council of Citizens' Associations (MVCCA) and with our district supervisor.  It is also a way for you to meet your neighbors, and learn about activities and events taking place in the community.  Membership is only $10 per year.  To join, complete and mail the membership form with your dues.

We normally hold meetings on the third Tuesday of every March, June, September, and November at the Hollin Hall Senior Center (2nd Floor) located at 1500 Shenandoah Road, starting at 7:15 p.m.  The November meeting is the official annual meeting required by the bylaws during which the budget is approved for the following year, and officers are elected every other year to two-year terms (the next elections will be in November, 2019).  All (members and non-members) are welcome and encouraged to attend meetings.

For a copy of the HHVCA bylaws, click here

Announcements  

Renew Your Membership for 2018

As HHVCA membership is now done annually, unless you prepaid 2018, your membership has likely expired.  Renew your membership by mailing the membership form (address is on the form) with your dues.

For further information on the importance and benefits of membership, see the annual letter from the HHVCA president.


HHVCA 2018 Activities 

  • Tuesday, March 20: Quarterly meeting (Hollin Hall Senior Center)
  • Tuesday, June 19: Quarterly meeting
  • Tuesday, August 7: National Night Out Community Event
  • Sunday, October 7: 75th Anniversary Celebration 
  • Tuesday, November 20: Quarterly meeting
The September Newsletter is now available.


Hollin Hall Safety

Stay Safe!  Remember to:

 
- Please lock your vehicles.  As far as we know, all vehicles entered, including the one stolen, were unlocked.  

 - Please report any activity such as this to the police.  Many of these incidents go unreported.  If the police know what is going on in our area, they will increase their patrols. If they don't know what's happening, they don't know we may need help.  Please call the non-emergency number, 703-691-2131, or report it online at  www.fairfaxcounty.gov/police/reportcrime/.  If you view a crime in progress, call 911.

 - Keep your porch light on at night and off during the day; keep the doors locked to your vehicle & home; ask a neighbor to pull in trash cans and papers if you are out of town; and don't hesitate to call the non-emergency police number if something doesn't look right to you.   

How do these activities make Hollin Hall a safer place to live?  All of the above are crimes of opportunity.  The more unlocked cars they find, the more they come back to our neighborhood.

Visit our Next Door and Neighborhood Watch websites for additional information.

Peddlers and Solicitors 
Did you know Fairfax County requires peddlers and solicitors be licensed before they solicit door to door? They may solicit only between 9 a.m. and 8 p.m., and may not solicit at a residence which posts a "No Peddlers or Solicitors" sign.

Note: If a resident is supporting his/her neighborhood school, residents should post such a sign when their neighborhood booster club is not actively going door-to-door for their projects. Otherwise, the volunteers will not stop by their home.

A peddler or solicitor must show the license upon request and must leave the premises immediately if asked to leave.

Often solicitors will show customers an ID badge or some other document, claiming that they are licensed by Fairfax County when they are not.

When a solicitor knocks...
• Ask for his or her license.
• If they do not have a valid license, ask them to leave.
• Close and lock your door.
• Immediately call Fairfax County Police (non-emergency) at 703-691-2131 to report the violation.

The Fairfax County Solicitor's License is a laminated card that displays the solicitor's photograph, name, and personal information on the front side. The back side of the license displays the solicitor's business information and thumbprints. It is valid for one year from date of issue.

 


Hollin Hall Village Citizens Association
P.O. Box 7022
Alexandria, Va 22307-0022
mail@hhvca.org


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