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Welcome to the Sleepy Hollow Woods Website

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A Message from SHWCA President Steve Zarick

Greetings Neighbors,

It is starting to look and feel lik spring here in Sleepy Hollow Woods. As the temperatures rise and flowers bloom, we look forward to some upcoming events in our neighborhood. Our

next civic association meeting will be on Tuesday, April 16th at the St. Albans Parish Hall. There will be a Meet & Greet begining at 6:30 pm with the meeting following at 7:00pm. All residents are encouraged to attend. This is a very important meeting as we will be announcing nominees and holding a vote to fill leadership positions for 2024. It marks our first official inperson

event since the BINGO Night held in March. There was a lot of

positive feedback from the night, and we hope to do more in the

future. Thank you very much to Chelsea Bigos, Megan Zarick, Patrick Myers, and everyone else who helped plan and execute the civic association’s first ever BINGO night. Looking forward on the calendar, the annual picnic and community yard sale are quickly approaching. The yard sale is the perfect time to clear out clothes, toys, and household items you no longer need and to go treasure hunting for something special that speaks uniquely to you. The neighborhood picnic returned last year and proved to be a big hit with residents and kids. We look forward to again making this an annual tradition for our residents. More information on those events will be coming soon from our social committee. You can always stay up to date by following the Facebook page or through our SleepyNet emails. Everything done by the civic association is made possible by a dedicated team of volunteers as well as the annual dues paid by each household. It is not too late to join and show your support. Each household pays $30 annually and it really does make a big impact. Please let us know at if you

want to join or if you know of a neighbor who we can reach out to for their support.

Steve Zarick

SHWCA President

Hello and welcome to the

Sleepy Hollow Woods Civic Association.


Sleepy Hollow Woods is a neighborhood of 377 homes (including Oak Knoll Estates, which is part of the Sleepy Hollow Woods Civic Association area) located in the Mason District of Fairfax County.  The community was founded in 1959, and remains one of the premier sites in the Northern Virginia area.  We are located in Annandale, Virginia, just off Columbia Pike and Sleepy Hollow Road.  For more information about our neighborhood, including its history, a local map, photos, and other info, click on the Our Community button above.


This site is intended to be another way of keeping our residents up-to-date on what is happening in the Woods, to let other people know about our community, and to serve as a central point for access to the various community documents.


SHWCA is also on Facebook.  Click here to go to our Facebook group.

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