Member Organizations

The African American Leadership Council of Arlington [AALCA]
The AALCA was founded in 2007 as an African-American grassroots organization consisting of civic association leaders, the Black Pastors of Arlington, community activists, Black business leaders, Black elected officials and others. The mission of the AALCA is to share and discuss information on unmet needs and issues faced by families, friends, and neighbors in the African-American community and to convey these issues to local businesses, county authorities and other organizations to seek solutions. AACLA members have worked together on a broad range of issues including questions for candidates for public office, Arlington law enforcement and judicial system topics, Arlington Public Schools Board priorities, and topics related to inclusion and equity in Arlington County staffing. The AALCA is independent and nonpartisan.

Alcova Heights Citizens Association
Alcova Heights is the neighborhood between Glebe Road, George Mason Drive, Arlington Boulevard and Columbia Pike. It was originally named for ALexandria COunty VA, which was Arlington County’s name prior to 1920. The association took on new life in the mid-90s, and is presently an active group eager to connect and collaborate with the greater community.

American Association of University Women, Arlington Branch
The Arlington Branch of AAUW, the American Association of University Women, chartered in 1944, promotes equity for women and girls, lifelong education,and active community involvement. Members raise funds for grants and scholarships, legal support for women challenging sex discrimination, research, and awards for educators and for the arts in Arlington.

Arlington Artists Alliance
The Arlington Artists Alliance champions a vibrant visual arts community by providing exhibition space, studios, professional development, and creative experiences for Arlington’s community.

The Arlington Chorale
The mission of the Arlington Chorale is to create a rich musical experience for its singers and the community by performing well-known masterpieces and compelling new works. The Chorale bridges differences by creating a shared experience through unique and thought-provoking musical experiences that foster connections and create a sense of belonging. Building on over fifty years of choral art, the Chorale continues to present ambitious programming, rehearsing and performing primarily in Arlington. Additionally, the Chorale sponsors a youth outreach group, Performers with Purpose, that connects young singers ages 11-18 to other non-profits in the community, focusing on service through choral music.

Arlington-East Falls Church Civic Association
The neighborhood lying at Arlington’s northwest corner, spanning both sides of I-66. Their page has meeting notices, a map, newsletters, and info on their Neighborhood Conservation Plan.

Arlington Forest Citizens Association
The neighborhood lying on both sides of Arlington Boulevard where Lubber Run and Park Drive cross.

Arlington Heights Civic Association
The neighborhood bounded by Glebe Road, Arlington Boulevard, Walter Reed Drive and Columbia Pike. A colorful page with photographs, newsletters, park plans, bylaws and more.

Arlington Historical Society
The Arlington Historical Society, founded in 1956, is a nonprofit educational organization incorporated under the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia. The goal of the Arlington Historical Society is to conduct research and to preserve and disseminate knowledge relating to the history, archaeology, material culture, and geographical and socioeconomic development of Arlington County, Virginia.

Arlington Little League
Arlington Little League is a 501(c)3 providing baseball experience for youth at many levels, where everyone plays in every game. Throughout the program, the base paths are set to 60 feet and at the higher levels, pitching is done from about 46 feet. The Majors level produces two All-Star teams that compete for the opportunity to participate in the annual World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania each August.

Arlington Mill Civic Association
Arlington Mill is a neighborhood in SW Arlington bounded by 7th Road S, Columbia Pike, S Arlington Mill Drive and S Carlin Springs Road.

Arlington Parents for Education (APE)
Arlington Parents for Education is a non-profit, bipartisan coalition of parents, teachers, students and community members. Our mission is simple: to make Arlington Public Schools better by promoting accountability, transparency and educational excellence in all actions by APS administration and the School Board.

Arlington Ridge Civic Association
The neighborhood bounded roughly on the north and east by Army Navy Drive, and on the south by S Joyce Street, 26th St S, and Fort Scott Park.

Arlington Rotary Club
Arlington Rotary Club is part of Rotary International, the world’s first service club organization, with more than 1.2 million members in 33,000 clubs worldwide. Rotarians are volunteers who work locally, regionally, and internationally to combat hunger, improve health and sanitation, provide education and job training, promote peace, and fight disease under the motto ‘Service Above Self’.

Arlington Tree Action Group [ATAG]
Advocating for trees in Arlington, Virginia.

Arlington View Civic Association
The neighborhood bounded on the north and east by Columbia Pike and Washington Blvd, on the east by Interstate 395, on the south by Army-Navy Country Club, and on the west by S Rolfe Street.

Arlingwood Neighborhood Association
Arlingwood is located above Chain Bridge, where Glebe Road climbs up from the river into Arlington.

Ashton Heights Civic Association
Bounded by Wilson Blvd, N 10th Street, N Irving Street, Arlington Blvd (Route 50), and Glebe Rd. The neighborhood originated in the late 1910s as a train suburb around the Clarendon electric trolley station.

Aurora Highlands Civic Association
Aurora Highlands comprises Virginia Highlands, Addison Heights, and Aurora Hills subdivisions. The neighborhood is bounded by Army-Navy Drive on the north, S. Glebe Road to the south, Eads Street on the east, and Joyce Street to the west. The web site contains information about location and history, community places, issues, and the Aurora Highlands Civic Association.

Ballston-Virginia Square Civic Association
Another Arlington neighborhood, with a “legacy” web page going well beyond the usual neighborhood coverage and featuring a virtual encyclopedia of Arlington info, including Civic Federation stuff and extensive texts of documents from the latter half of the 1990’s.

Barcroft School and Civic League
Barcroft created Arlington’s first neighborhood home page in February 1995. On it you will find Barcroft events, history, issues, press coverage and a description of the Barcroft Community House, built in 1908.

Bellevue Forest Civic Association<
A North Arlington neighborhood stretching along the river side of Military Rd from Potomac Overlook Park to Gulf Branch. Their historical page is unique and worth a look, since the late Arlington historian Eleanor Lee Templeman was a resident of the neighborhood.

Belvedere Condominium Association
Located at 1600 N Oak St, the Belvedere Condominium towers are located within walking distance of the Rosslyn metro station, a hub for the Orange, Blue and Silver lines. The Belvedere contains 525 one, two, and three-bedroom residences, located near the newly developed commercial center of Rosslyn. Their condominiums offer spacious square footage, attractive amenities, and views of Washington DC, the Potomac, and Rosslyn.

Bluemont Civic Association
Bluemont is the neighborhood west of Ballston Quarter, with several sections centered around the intersection of Wilson Blvd and George Mason Dr.

Boulevard Manor Civic Association
Boulevard Manor lies between Arlington and Wilson Blvds, Four Mile Run and the Arlington/Fairfax County line.

Buckingham Community Civic Association
Buckingham is an historic garden apartment complex centered around Glebe Road and N Pershing Dr.

Chain Bridge Forest Civic Association
Chain Bridge Forest is located on the northwest side of N Glebe Rd near Chain Bridge.

Cherrydale Citizens Association
Cherrydale is one of Arlington’s oldest neighborhoods, between Langston Blvd and I-66, Spout Run, and up the hill past N Quincy St.

Clarendon-Courthouse Civic Association
The Clarendon-Courthouse Civic Association is bounded by Wilson Blvd on the north, N Courthouse Rd on the east, and Arlington Blvd and 10th St S on the south.

Colonial Villages Condominiums
The historic Colonial Village area of Arlington, Virginia is situated on more than 50 rolling acres. It features colonial revival-style red brick buildings linked by a series of beautiful courtyards and gardens. It is located between the Rosslyn and Courthouse Metro stations and is a tranquil oasis amongst one of the Washington region’s most desirable locations – the Rosslyn-Ballston Corridor.

Columbia Forest Civic Association
Located between Columbia Pike and George Mason Drive, Four Mile Run and Jefferson Street. The neighborhood has been very active on Neighborhood Conservation and Columbia Pike issues.

Columbia Heights Civic Association
Columbia Heights is bordered by Columbia Pike to the north, 16th St S to the south, S Rolfe St to the east and Walter Reed Dr to the West. They have their Neighborhood Conservation survey, bylaws and an on-line membership form on the Web site.

Columbia Pike Parnership [CPP]
Formerly the Columbia Pike Revitalization Organization, the Columbia Pike Partnership is a coalition of businesses, residents, property owners, and the Arlington County Government dedicated to serving the 3½-mile-long stretch of Columbia Pike from Arlington’s border with Fairfax County in the west to Arlington National Cemetery and the Pentagon in the east.

Crystal City Civic Association
Crystal City is located between S Eads St on the west and the George Washington Parkway on the east, and Shirley Highway (I-395) on the north. It has about 10,000 residents in apartment buildings and a large day-time population in offices, hotels and retail.

Dominion Hills Civic Association
Dominion Hills is located between I-66 on the north, Wilson Boulevard on the south, Four Mile Run on the east and N McKinley Rd/N Ohio St on the west. The Web site has their Neighborhood Conservation Plan, newsletters, events, listserv instructions and more.

Donaldson Run Civic Association
The area near Donaldson Run, between Old Dominion and Military Road. Their Web site has interesting info on their Citizen Speed Watch Program, a radio emission report, an Interest Survey, a Stream Pollution Incident and Neighborhood Day, among others.

Douglas Park Civic Association
A large South Arlington neighborhood bounded by South George Mason Drive, Columbia Pike, the Four Mile Run Trail and Walter Reed Drive. Includes Barcroft Apartments.

Dover-Crystal Citizens Association
Dover-Crystal is located in North Arlington between Nelly Custis Drive, N. Randolph Street, the Parkway and Windy Run. Here is a map.

Encore Stage & Studio
Encore Stage & Studio inspires young people to develop the creativity, empathy, and confidence they need to create meaningful connections with peers and have a positive impact in their communities.

Equality NoVA (formerly Arlington Gay and Lesbian Alliance)
Equality NoVa is a vibrant, grassroots membership organization that strives to improve the quality of life and meet the needs of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning (LGBTQ) community and allies. Equality NoVa respects diversity and builds relationships with civic groups and community leaders. Through varied social activities, we provide a safe and comfortable community. Through vigorous nonpartisan civic outreach, Equality NoVa earns the respect of community leaders and ensures that LGBTQ voices remain an integral part of the local government decision-making process. Through community service projects, we reflect our commitment to improving the quality of life.

Fairlington Citizens Association
Fairlington is the neighborhood of townhouses constructed during World War II, located astride I-395 at Shirlington. It has seven villages, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the Virginia Landmark Register.

Foxcroft Heights Neighborhood Association
Foxcroft Heights is located in South Arlington between Columbia Pike and Arlington Cemetery, just east of Washington Boulevard.

Friends of Aurora Highlands Parks
Friends of Aurora Highlands Parks mission includes preserving and growing parkland and green spaces. Balancing park use for all ages and uses. Working together to give a stronger voice for our parks in Aurora Highlands.

Gaslight Square Condominium Association

Glebewood Civic Association
Glebewood is a townhouse area is located near the intersection of Glebe Road and Langston Boulevard.

Glencarlyn Civic Association
The Glencarlyn Civic Association [GCA] is one of the oldest in Arlington, tracing its roots to 1887. GCA-sponsored activities include the annual Glencarlyn Days celebration and a holiday luminaria. The GCA publishes a monthly newsletter, The Village View, and holds eight meetings per year. Glencarlynites are active and involved in Arlington County civic affairs. Within its boundaries are nearly 500 households, Glencarlyn Branch Library, the Ball-Sellers House—the oldest house in Arlington—and Carlin Hall, Arlington’s first community center. The neighborhood borders Glencarlyn Park, including Four Mile Run, Long Branch Creek and the Long Branch Nature Center.

Green Valley Civic Association
Green Valley is an active civic association and historic neighborhood bounded by 16th St S, Walter Reed Drive, Army-Navy County Club and the Four Mile Run Valley.

Gulf Branch Civic Association
Gulf Branch is located where the stream of that name crosses Military Road in northwest Arlington.

Highland Park – Overlee Knolls Civic Association
A nice site for this North Arlington neighborhood with newsletters, bylaws, history, meeting dates, map, officers and more.

John M Langston Citizens Association
Representing the Residents of Hall’s Hill, High View Park, Dorsey Woods, Tara Towne, and Tara Manor.

Langston Boulevard Alliance [LBA]
The Langston Boulevard Alliance – formerly Lee Highway Alliance – is a citizen’s initiative and non-profit that was formed in 2013 with the goal of creating a joint community vision for an economically vibrant, equitable, tree-lined, walkable, sustainable, and attractive corridor – one that benefits both residents and businesses.

League of United Latin American Citizens, Arlington General Council #4613 [LULAC]
LULAC is the largest and oldest Hispanic organization in the United States. LULAC advances the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, housing, health, and civil rights of Hispanic Americans through community-based programs operating at more than 525 LULAC councils nationwide. The organization involves and serves all Hispanic nationality groups.

League of Women Voters of Arlington and Alexandria City
The Arlington and Alexandria City League is a nonpartisan organization that conducts public forums on a wide array of issues of concern to the Arlington and Alexandria community. We also advocate for policy on positions established through internal study and democratic consensus. We do not take positions on candidates or political parties.

Leeway Overlee Civic Association
A North Arlington neighborhood. Their page has newsletters, officers, and information on upcoming meetings.

Lyon Park Citizens Association
Lyon Park is bounded on the east and south by Arlington Boulevard, on the north by North 10th Street and on the west by North Irving Street.

Lyon Village Citizens’ Association
Lyon Village is located between Rosslyn and Kirkwood Road, and between Langston and Wilson Boulevards.

Madison Manor Citizens Association
A North Arlington neighborhood.

Maywood Community Association
Maywood is located between Langston Boulevard, Spout Run, Lorcom Lane and N Pollard St/Vacation Lane.

National Active and Retired Federal Employees Chapter 7, Arlington.
The Arlington chapter of an organization whose mission is to protect and improve the retirement benefits of federal retirees, employees and their families.

North Highlands Citizens Association
North Highlands is located between Langston Boulevard and I-66/Spout Run from Rosslyn westward to N Cleveland St. Here is a map.

North Rosslyn Civic Association
Representing the Rosslyn neighborhood located north of Wilson Boulevard, east of Quinn Street and south of Langston Boulevard.

Old Dominion Citizens Association
Old Dominion is located on both sides of Old Dominion Drive and Glebe Road, from Langston Boulevard to about 26th St N. Here is a map.

Old Glebe Civic Association
A North Arlington neighborhood along the east side of Glebe Road from 36th St N to Military Road and including all of Old Glebe Road. Another original neighborhood page design, nicely done.

Penrose Civic Association
A South Arlington neighborhood bounded by Washington Boulevard, Arlington Boulevard, Walter Reed Drive/Fillmore Street and Columbia Pike. The Web site has info on meetings, officers, schools, parks, events and more

Radnor/Ft Myer Heights Civic Association
Representing the area overlooking Rosslyn and the Potomac, with a Web site that features nice photos of their spectacular views of DC.

Rivercrest Civic Association
Rivercrest is located north of Military Road between Glebe Road and 36th Rd N. Here is a map.

Rock Spring Civic Association
The Rock Spring Civic Association site has info about RSCA projects and developments in the area as well as past information about the association.

Shirlington Civic Association
Shirlington Civic Association is a volunteer organization of residents and businesses located in the Shirlington area, between Green Valley and Fairlington at the south end of Arlington County. The purpose of our volunteer Association is to help maintain and improve the quality of life in our neighborhood by working in partnership with the Arlington government, local businesses and other community organizations to bring about civic betterment and social improvements for the good of our residents, businesses and the welfare of our community.

Shirlington Dogs II
Shirlington Dogs II, a 501(c)(3) organization, is the county recognized volunteer Sponsoring Group for the Shirlington Dog Park and helps maintain it as a clean, safe, and enjoyable place for dogs and their owners. With over 200,000 visitors annually, the Shirlington Dog Park is consistently named one of the best dog parks in the region by numerous publications.

Spout Run Homeowners Association
Spout Run is a townhouse development centered around the 2100 block of 21st Court North. Here is a map.

Spout Run Terrace Condominium Association
Spout Run Terrace is a condominium community of 28 garden-style units situated along Spout Run near the Clarendon and Court House Metro Stations and two blocks from the Langston Boulevard / I-66 interchange.

Tara-Leeway Heights Civic Association
Tara-Leeway includes most of the homes roughly south of Langston Boulevard, north of Washington Boulevard, west of George Mason Drive and east of Jefferson/Lexington Streets.

Waverly Hills Civic Association
Waverly Hills is the North Arlington neighborhood between Glebe Road and N Utah Street and between I-66 and Langston Boulevard.

Waycroft-Woodlawn Civic Association
A North Arlington neighborhood bounded roughly by Glebe, George Mason, I-66 and 17th St N. As their Web page puts it, “its well-deserved moniker as the “Garden Spot of Arlington” stems from a unique, almost magical atmosphere created by a plethora of towering trees, abundance
of natural wildlife, and wide variety of established flora and fauna.”

Westover Village Civic Association
In addition to the usual civic association Web features, Westover has some nice historic photos, a page of volunteer opportunities, classifieds, a message board and a link to a chat group.

Williamsburg Civic Association
Williamsburg is in Arlington’s northwest corner, centered around the area where Williamsburg Boulevard meets Sycamore, Great Falls Road and N Powhatan St. It includes Minor Hill Park and Nottingham Elementary School. For boundaries, see the map on their site.

Woodmont Civic Association
Woodmont is located between Lorcom Lane and the Parkway, and was formerly known as Parkway Civic Association. Here is a map.

The Women’s Club of Arlington
The Woman’s Club of Arlington was founded in 1931 with a view to establish a library at Columbia Pike. In 1932 the club joined the National Federation of Women’s Clubs and worked with the 10 other clubs in Arlington to better the community. Today, outreach falls wherever there is a need, but mainly focuses on education through scholarship, conservation, and the arts. The club is located at 700 South Buchanan Street in the Barcroft neighborhood.

Yorktown Civic Association
Yorktown lies between Langston Boulevard on the south, Old Dominion Drive to the east, Little Falls and Rock Spring Roads on the north, and N Jefferson St to the west. Their website is pleasingly laid out and easy to navigate with tabs and buttons including history, newsletters, issues and a section where officers can log in for additional access.