JMCA May Community Meeting @ Virtual Only
May 28 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm

In light of regional guidance on COVID-19 and public gatherings, JMCA will host an ONLINE ONLY community meeting on Thursday, May 28, 2020 at 6:30 PM. 


We will use Google Meet for the online meeting. Audio and video will be available and an alternative call-in phone number will be provided. Please email to receive the meeting information.

You can choose to turn off your computer’s camera and mute your computer’s microphone while still listening to the meeting and seeing the presentation. You may also choose to call in and listen to the meeting on your phone.

The agenda for the May meeting is:
  • Newsletter delivery update
  • Proposed accessory dwelling unit and home-based businesses regulations
  • Virtual Home and Garden Tour information
  • Presentation from our neighbor and Handy Bikes owner, Pete Buck
All JMCA events and meetings are KID-FRIENDLY unless otherwise noted (e.g. the Adult Happy Hour).

It’s time to join or renew your JMCA membership! We will be accepting cash, credit, and checks, any household, owner or renter, can join! Annual membership fees are $20 per household, $10 for seniors, and $35 if you purchase two years in advance.

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14th Annual Al & Sandy Snyder Home and Garden Tour @ Virtual Only
Jun 1 @ 12:00 am – Jun 30 @ 11:45 am
14th Annual Al & Sandy Snyder Home and Garden Tour @ Virtual Only | Alexandria | Virginia | United States

Join the neighborhood for the 14th Annual Al & Sandy Snyder Home and Garden Tour. So we all can be “safer at home” this year, the tour is virtual only. Upload your photos or video to:

You can post anytime between now and June 30th.

Remember to #Hashtag your street! The post with most ‘likes’ will win a gift card!

This neighborhood tradition showcases our unique Jefferson Manor properties. Have a smart home renovation, DIY project, or landscape inspiration to show? Show off your home, yard (or both!), it’s up to you. You pick what to show and what is off-limits. Just backyard, only kitchen, main floor, etc.

The tour, hosted by the JMCA, was named for Al & Sandy Snyder in 2013. The Snyders bought their first home as newlyweds in Jefferson Manor in 1947. They raised their three children here and lived in the Manor until 2011.