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10/5/2021

A Message from the President

Fellow Neighbors,

 

It’s hard to believe another summer has come and gone, and with so many new families moving into the Woods, it’s a shame we’ve been unable to hold our community meetings and social events. I hope as we get through the upcoming year, COVID case numbers will start to wane and we can once again return to normal. The community events are a great way to reconnect with old friends and make new ones. While we were unable to hold our Fall events, this year, I am optimistic we will be able to hold our Spring events.

It’s also time again to conduct our membership drive. Your $30 pledge of membership to SHWCA helps pay for the publication of the Lamplighter, maintenance of entrances and gas lamps, funding of future social events, and the continuation of such activities as the community yard sale and the holiday decorations contest. We won’t be doing door-to-door visits this year, you'll find more information on our contactless membership drive in Fall edition of the Lamplighter. If you have questions about membership, feel free to email me at beckerc58703@yahoo.com.

 

Thanks again for your membership in the community and stay safe until we can all get together again.

Charles Becker

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.