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Welcome to Jefferson Manor
Welcome to the official website of the Jefferson Manor Citizens Association. JMCA is a volunteer organization of residents and landowners in the Jefferson Manor neighborhood of Fairfax County, Virginia.Thank you for visiting!
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November 13th - JMCA General Meeting
Join us to discuss neighborhood concerns and priorities with Lee District Supervisor Jeff McKay. Roads, redevelopment, and school funding are just a few of the critical topics that the Supervisor's office deal with that are also concerns of the community.
Our 2011-2012 officers are Chris Soule (President), Julie Upham (Vice President), Shawn Ulrick (Treasurer) and Amanda Allen (Secretary). Our Board members/ directors are Brian Allen, Roberta Zimmerman, Ashley Davis, Kat Sumida and David Wiegold. Congratulations on winning your posts and thank you for serving our neighborhood! For more information on the JMCA Board, read our bylaws or contact an officer. Elections are every March, consider running next year!
The interchange from Telegraph Road onto the Beltway is finally taking shape. For the overview of items to be completed during the 2011 construction season, visit the Wilson Bridge Project website.
Old permits/ decals expired June 30, 2010. If you did not receive an automatic renewal form, you must renew by telephone, mail or in person. Your vehicle must be registered with the Fairfax County Department of Transportation at a Jefferson Manor street address to receive a parking decal.
A bit of JMCA history
Thanks to an anonymous donation, we have a copy of a JMCA newsletter from 1951! It can be viewed here.
Fairfax County Blight Program
To be considered for the Blight Abatement Program, a property must: (a) be vacant and/or boarded for at least one year, (b) be the subject of complaints, (c) is no longer being maintained for useful occupancy, and (d) is in a dilapidated condition or lacks normal maintenance or upkeep. You are also encouraged to call the Fairfax County Blight Abatement Program directly at 703-246-5179 [callers need not identify themselves]. More information on the Blight Abatement Program...
Find out about the benefits of being a JMCA member! Visit our membership page for more information. Also consider running for a JMCA Board position (elections every March), joining Neighborhood Watch or volunteering on a committee anytime! Get involved today.