Sleepy Hollow Woods Civic Association
Welcome to the Sleepy Hollow Woods Website
A Message from SHWCA President Charles Becker
Welcome to Spring! Our next meeting is on March 30th and will feature Mason District Supervisor, Penny Gross as our guest speaker. This is a great opportunity to hear about what is happing in the District, ask questions or express concerns. The meeting will begin at 7:30PM. I’m also happy to announce that we will be holding several social events this spring. The first event is our Wine and Cheese Social. This event takes place on Friday, April 14th, from 7 PM to 9 PM in the St. Albans Parish Hall. It’s always a fun event and chance to try some great wine and cheese parings (adults only, $15 per person). On April 20th, we will hold our last meeting before we break for the summer. We will be holding elections for the Executive Committee candidates. If you are interested in being a part of the body that keeps our association and the neighborhood running, note that multiple positions are available, more information is available in the current issue of the Lamplighter Newsletter. Lastly, mark your calendars now for our Community Yard Sale and Picnic May 13th. The Association will provide advertising and signs for neighborhood yard sale, and will provide the burgers, dogs, and drinks for the picnic (there’s no charge and it’s a great time to meet your fellow neighbors). In years past, we've had games and bounce houses for the kids, as well as other festive treats. The picnic takes place after the yard sale and is held at St. Alban’s. More information will follow in the coming weeks in SleepyNet and on the Community Facebook Page. One last note, if you currently aren’t a member, it’s never too late to join. The small fee of $30 per house-hold annually makes a big impact. The association depends on the volunteer spirit and support of our neighbors—please consider joining and get involved!
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.