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The Providence District Council meets starting at 7:30 pm on the second Wednesdays of the month in Classroom 2 - Upstairs at the Providence Community Center, 3001 Vaden Drive, Fairfax, VA 22031.
In addition, to our regularly scheduled monthly meetings, we take a summer break and host special events. Please check your latest email for meeting information as well as refer to our website or Facebook to stay updated.
Category Archives: PDC Events
NOTES FROM MAY 20, 2014 PDC MEETING TOPIC I) IDENTITY THEFT At the May 20 PDC meeting, Police Officers spoke on the topic of Identify Theft. It can happen to anyone, even the police officers who spoke about it were … Continue reading
This Meals Tax Referendum Community Survey is being conducted by the Providence District Council. The survey will be used to provide community feedback to the Meals Tax Referendum Task Force that will convene on May 15. This survey will stay … Continue reading
The Fairfax County library system, which has come under fire for destroying nearly 250,000 books, will host a community dialogue on the libraries, Oct. 10 at 7 p.m., about its new strategic plan. The meeting will held in the Thomas … Continue reading
The following Nov. 1 meeting notice has been given to us by Sondra McFadden regarding improvements to the “Oak Street Corridor” (from Gallows Road to Oak Street Bridge): To: Residents of the Oak Street Corridor What: Meeting to discuss Improvements … Continue reading
The McLean Citizens Association has extended the following reminder, about an Oct. 2 meeting focusing on Tysons Corner transportation improvements. This topic also will be covered an Oct. 10 Providence District Council meeting. The Board of Supervisors will consider and … Continue reading
Fairfax County’s pressing transportation needs, including a major redevelopment of Tysons Corner, will be the focus of the next Providence District Council meeting, Oct. 10 at 7 p.m., at Thoreau Middle School’s library. Thoreau is located at 2505 Cedar Lane, Vienna … Continue reading
Fairfax County transportation needs over the next ten years exceed available funding from local, regional, state, federal and private sources. This gap is estimated to be around $300 million per year. The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors recognizes that improving … Continue reading
The following notice has been sent out by the Fairfax County Federation of Citizens Associations, regarding proposed toll increases for the Dulles Toll Road: Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority is holding two public meetings this week, with opportunities to give your … Continue reading
Sally Horn, president of McLean Citizens Association, has passed along the following invitation for an informational meeting on the proposal to urbanize Tysons Corner. The meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 2 (Tuesday) in the McLean Community Center, … Continue reading