Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world; indeed it’s the only thing that ever has.” –Margaret Meade
The Providence District Council (PDC) is a nonpartisan civic organization that provides a forum for associations to express their views on major issues of common concern. Council meetings will be held on the third Wednesday of the month at the new Providence Community Center, unless otherwise specified. At present, no meetings are planned for July or August.
Providence District Council Officers, 2016-2017
All PDC officers can be contacted at email@example.com.
President: Tania Hossain
Vice President: Jeff Agnew
Membership Chair: Kosmo Tatalias
Treasurer: R. Dana Opp
Recording Secretary: Marie Gerritz
Immediate Past President: Charlie Hall
About Providence District
Providence District has an estimated population of 114,052 residents, and encompasses approximately 22 square miles. Providence District covers a diverse geographic area. In general it follows the Beltway north to Route 287 and south to below Route 50-with parts as far south as Little River Turnpike; I-66 West to around the Lee Highway intersection; and Route 50 east to around Falls Church. For a map of the Supervisor districts, visit: http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/maps/images/maps/handouts/pdf/supervisor.pdf There are about 225 civic and homeowner associations in Providence District.
If you wish to contact or join the PDC, please fill in the form below.