Thank our healthcare providers! FRIDAY, APRIL 3rd - 6pm! See President's Ltr below.

MVCA President's Letter

Please read our MVCA President's letter on how you can support our community during this challenging time.

About MVCA

The Mount Vernon Civic Association (MVCA) was organized by local residents in 1971 and over the past 40 years has grown from representing approximately 400 households to over 900.  MVCA is a non-profit and consists of volunteers who donate their time and resources to make our community a better place for everyone.  


The MVCA is a member of the Mount Vernon Council of Civic Associations and the Fairfax County Federation of Civic Associations.  The Association represents its members through direct contact with local elected leaders and through its participation in the Mount Vernon Council and Fairfax County Federation.


The MVCA serves the needs of the local community through service projects, such as the annual community clean-up, neighborhood watch, and support to neighborhood schools and organizations.

About MVCA

The Mount Vernon Civic Association (MVCA) was organized by local residents in 1971 and over the past 40 years has grown from representing approximately 400 households to over 900.  MVCA is a non-profit and consists of volunteers who donate their time and resources to make our community a better place for everyone.  


The MVCA is a member of the Mount Vernon Council of Civic Associations and the Fairfax County Federation of Civic Associations.  The Association represents its members through direct contact with local elected leaders and through its participation in the Mount Vernon Council and Fairfax County Federation.


The MVCA serves the needs of the local community through service projects, such as the annual community clean-up, neighborhood watch, and support to neighborhood schools and organizations.

About MVCA

The Mount Vernon Civic Association (MVCA) was organized by local residents in 1971 and over the past 40 years has grown from representing approximately 400 households to over 900.  MVCA is a non-profit and consists of volunteers who donate their time and resources to make our community a better place for everyone.  


The MVCA is a member of the Mount Vernon Council of Civic Associations and the Fairfax County Federation of Civic Associations.  The Association represents its members through direct contact with local elected leaders and through its participation in the Mount Vernon Council and Fairfax County Federation.


The MVCA serves the needs of the local community through service projects, such as the annual community clean-up, neighborhood watch, and support to neighborhood schools and organizations.

About MVCA

The Mount Vernon Civic Association (MVCA) was organized by local residents in 1971 and over the past 40 years has grown from representing approximately 400 households to over 900.  MVCA is a non-profit and consists of volunteers who donate their time and resources to make our community a better place for everyone.  


The MVCA is a member of the Mount Vernon Council of Civic Associations and the Fairfax County Federation of Civic Associations.  The Association represents its members through direct contact with local elected leaders and through its participation in the Mount Vernon Council and Fairfax County Federation.


The MVCA serves the needs of the local community through service projects, such as the annual community clean-up, neighborhood watch, and support to neighborhood schools and organizations.

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Neighborhoods in the MVCA

The MVCA represents nearly 1,000 households in the following ten neighborhood areas:


  1. Belle Rive
  2. Ferry Landing, Villa, and Ferry Point Estates
  3. Mount Vernon Forest
  4. Mount Vernon Park
  5. Oxford
  6. Riverwood
  7. Vernon Square
  8. Westgate
  9. Wycliffe, Washington Woods
  10. Yacht Haven

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Get Involved

The Association is governed by a Board of elected officers and directors and appointed committee chairs who represent MVCA members' interests in areas ranging from Budget and Finance to Transportation.  Elections are held bi-annually with Board members serving two terms.  General membership meetings are held four times a year in January, March, May, and October.  


If you are interested in learning more about volunteer opportunities, please click on the link below.

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Important Numbers

Fairfax County Resources

Important Numbers

Woodlawn Fire Station (non-emergency) - 703.780.0110


Mount Vernon Police (non-emergency) - 703.360.8400


Storm Drainage/Sewer Emergencies/Flooding - 703.323.1211


Animal Control - 703.830.1100