Arlington-East Falls Church Civic Association

The Arlington-East Falls Church Civic Association (AEFCCA)
is a non-profit, non-partisan association of residents, property owners,
employers, and employees that interacts with the Arlington County Board and staff,
the Arlington County Civic Federation, and a variety of local and regional organizations
to promote the interests and general welfare of the citizens
who live and work in the Arlington-East Falls Church neighborhood of Arlington County.

AEFCCA represents approximately 1,800 households
in the western-most portion of Arlington County in the Commonwealth of Virginia. 

Arlington is located in Northern Virginia, across the Potomac River from Washington, DC.



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Annual dues are just $5 per person. 

Make your check payable to AEFCCA and bring to a General Membership Meeting
or contact Julie Bruns for a mailing address.



AEFCCA hosts an e-mail group, the AEFCCA Community Listserv. 
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September 9, 2015

Welcome to the AEFCCA website:  your resource for neighborhood news and activities for the Arlington-East Falls Church community.  Our next AEFCCA General Meeting will be October 8, 2015 at 7:30 pm at Tuckahoe Elementary School.  


To read up on what is going on with I-66 HOT lane plann…

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AEFCCA General Meeting October 8, 2015 at 7:30pm Tuckahoe Elementary

September 9, 2015

Join us for the Fall 2015 AEFCCA General Meeting.     A Virginia Dept of Transportation (VDOT) representative will make a presentation and take questions.

To read up on what is going on with I-66 HOT lane planning and how it may affect our AEFCCA neighborhoods: http://inside.transform66.or…

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