The Springfield Civic Association (SCA) welcomes you as we enter a new era, a Springfield Renaissance, if you will. The General Services Administration (GSA) has announced that the new headquarters for the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will be built in Springfield (https://www.bizjournals.com/washington/news/2017/08/24/gsa-picks-a-new-headquarters-site-for-the-tsa.html). The TSA will only spur further interest in Springfield and expedite development of Phase II of the Springfield Town Center, et al. New hotels, restaurants, grocery stores, residences and office space should be on the rise bringing new activity and a welcome breeze of renewal. The SCA has helped to make this happen by partnering with the Fairfax County government, local businesses, adjoining civic associations, and homeowner associations. SCA’s tradition of community activism and grass roots engagement is alive, well, and looking to the future. Come be a part of it! There is something for everyone and your contributions will only make us a more vibrant community.
Come help us kick off SCA’s 2017-2018 year beginning at 7:00pm on Tuesday, September 19, 2917. Detectives Hulse and Corbean from the Franconia Police Station will be a the meeting to share their insights into gang and drug activity in Fairfax County. It should be a very interesting and informative meeting.
Social time with light refreshments begins at 7pm and the meeting starts promptly at 7:30pm. Do you know someone who doesn’t know about the SCA? Bring them with you! We love newcomers!!
Dues for this year are $15.00, payable by cash, check or PayPal (use the link to the right). Paying dues in September helps us fund projects all year long.
Join us for our annual Springfield Community Bridgewalk! There will be entertainment, refreshments and several prizes donated by our sponsors.
Family dogs are welcomed! (Leashed please)
WHEN: Tuesday, August 29,2017 at 7 pm
WHERE: Intersection of Bland Street and Amherst Avenue (FedEx Parking Lot)
For more information, please contact Supervisor McKay’s office: 703-971-6262
WE HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!
Sponsored by: Springfield Days, Olde Towne Pet Resort, Hilltop Golf Club,
Homewood Suites, VFW Auxiliary, Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce,
Kings Park Concert Band, Wegman, TAGS of Greater Springfield, Royal Pawn
The latest edition of the Springfield Reporter is here! You'll find plenty of information and news about the Springfield community including articles from ECHO, the Springfield 5k Run/Walk and the Crestwood Stitchery Club. Also of interest is an article concerning the upcoming SCA elections. Click here to read all about what's going on in Springfield, Va.
Come to the Springfield Civic Association meeting to hear from the principals of Crestwood and Lynbrook Elementary Schools and Lee Hgh School on Tuesday May, 16, 2017. Find out what's happening at our local schools from the people who know. Social time begins at 7:00pm and the SCA meeting begins at 7:30. It should be a very interesting meeting!
The March 2017 edition of the Springfield Reporter is now available. Inside you'll find many interesting articles including news from Richard Byrd Library, ECHO, Lake Accotink, and GrandInvolve to name a few, Click here to read all about what's going on in Springfield, Va.
Jeff McKay, Lee District Supervisor will update us on Lee District and Fairfax County news. Join us to find out what's going on in the County and our neighborhood. If you have questions you'd like to ask Supervisor McKay, bring them with you. There will be plenty of time for your questions and his answers. The social time starts at 7:00pm with snacks and drinks. The meeting begins at 7:30pm sharp. There will be a door prize drawing at 9:00pm. Do you know someone who has never been to a SCA meeting? Bring them with you!
The next Springfield Civic Association meeting will be on Tuesday, January 17th at Crestwood Elementary School. Social time begins at 7:00 featuring fresh cookies donated by Sandwich Republic. Our meeting follows at 7:30 featuring guest speakers Nancy-Jo Manney from the Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce, and Mr. Doug Loescher from the Fairfax County Office of Community Revitalization. They will be discussing current and future developments planned for the Springfield area. Come on out and hear what's in store for our neighborhood.
Plenty of news about your neighborhood is included in the latest edition of the Springfield Reporter. Read it here.