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Welcome to the Virginia Run community website.  The Virginia Run community is located in Centreville, Virginia - in the suburbs of Washington, DC.  Our community enjoys excellent schools, highly regarded local public safety, and other government services.  We are 3.5 hours from the beach and less than 1.5 hours from the mountains.  We have easy access to great shopping and close to the national treasures located in Washington, DC.  
Enjoy looking at our website and drop us an email if we can be of assistance.
Virginia Run Community Association
15355 Wetherburn Court
Centreville, VA  20120
(703) 815-1136
(703) 222-8876 - Fax
(703) 230-2240 (After Hours Emergencies Only)
(703) 815-1442 - Pool Guard Desk
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VDOT Paving for Virginia Run
Posted on Aug 8th, 2016 Comments (0)
Management regularly receives calls regarding paving for Virginia Run roadways.  A request from an owner was copied to Supervisor Kathy Smith and my response was copied to Vickie Hull of Tim Hugo's office and the responses are below.
There are no roads in Virginia Run scheduled for 2016.
Thank you for your e-mail regarding the condition of Eagle Tavern Lane.  You are correct, that when I attended the Virginia Run Annual Meeting a member of the community mentioned the deteriorating condition of Eagle Tavern Lane.  My office continued that conversation with the resident that raised the issue and contacted the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) regarding the roadway and any future plans to resurface the road.  As you are aware, Eagle Tavern Lane is a state road and VDOT is the state agency that is responsible for the roadway.  During the conversation with VDOT they stated that the roadway is a candidate for resurfacing.  The information below is from Alison Richter of VDOT that was sent to the VA Run resident that initiated this review and my office was copied on the e-mail.  As you will see VDOT is putting next year’s resurfacing schedule together, but at this time nothing has been finalized and therefore, it is not known whether Eagle Tavern Lane will be on the 2017 list.  
I hope that this information is helpful and if I can be of assistance in the future please don’t hesitate to contact me.
Kathy L. Smith
Sully District Supervisor
Fairfax County Board of Supervisors
4900 Stonecroft Boulevard
Chantilly, VA 20151
“Thanks for contacting me again about the status of Eagle Tavern Lane.  We do have a first draft of the paving schedule, but at this time it includes enough roadways to spend about 50% more than we believe we will have.  This is so that we can coordinate with planned work by utility companies, the County and other entities, which means some of the roads will drop out.  We also plan more than we expect to pave so that if we receive additional paving funds, we are ready to advertise another paving schedule for construction bids right away.  At this point, it is too early in the process for me to say for sure what will be on the schedule and what will not.  The 2017 schedules will likely be advertised for bids in December and awarded to contractors early in 2017. 
I can assure you that we are on track with the process, and that your road has not been ruled out at this time.  I’m sorry I can’t give you more specifics right now, but please be assured that we will continue to keep the road safe until such time as it can be paved.  Thank you again for your correspondence.  I’m sure we will talk again in a few months.”
Allison Richter
Assistant Transportation & Land Use Director
Fairfax & Arlington Counties
Vickie Hull forwarded this link that shows the status of the roads and which ones are being paved in 2016.
Tween Pool Party - Rising 6th, 7th & 8th Graders
Posted on Aug 4th, 2016 Comments (0)
Wednesday, August 31st 7 to 9 p.m.  Please RSVP to or by calling (703) 815-1136 with the child's name and a contact telephone number.  Each child attending must provide a signed permission slip to the Lifeguards to gain entry.
Election Officers Needed
Posted on Jul 11th, 2016 Comments (0)
The Office of Elections is currently recruiting voters to serve as Election Officers a few days a year, including the upcoming 2016 elections. Election Officers are needed at each of the 243 precincts in Fairfax County to run the polls and assist the voters. Training has begun for the General Election November 8th and will continue through September.
Click here for more information. 
Keep Kids Alive, Drive 25!
Posted on May 19th, 2016 Comments (0)
Sully District Station Hosts ‘Trash Talks’ Initiative to Encourage Drivers to Keep Kids Alive, Drive 25!
Speeding in residential neighborhoods is a common problem throughout Fairfax County and the sustained effort to reduce neighborhood speeding began in 2014 with the, “Slow Down: You Live Here, We Live Here” campaign. Working in conjunction with this program, the Sully District Station has partnered with American Disposal Services and the Virginia Run Community to try a new approach to bringing greater awareness to the problem of speeding in neighborhoods.

On Monday, May 23, 2016, officers from the Sully District Station, employees of American Disposal Services and residents of the Virginia Run Community will present “Trash Talks,” an initiative intended to increase speeding awareness for the safety of our children. Volunteers will be affixing “Keep Kids Alive Drive 25” stickers (see attached photo) to residential trash bins to help educate and remind drivers to slow down for our kids’ sake! The stickers will be rolled to the streets twice a week, providing a regular reminder to the community to slow down.

In addition, trash collection workers and trucks are an integral part of our communities. What many do not realize is their profession is listed as the fifth most dangerous job in the country with about 40 percent of trash collection worker injuries and fatalities occurring due to transportation-related incidents. We are grateful for the partnership with American Disposal Services and their commitment to the safety and security of the community they serve as well as that of their employees.

It is the hope of the Fairfax County Police Department that this weekly reminder will prompt residents to slow down to help keep our children safe as well as maintain our community as an enjoyable place to live, work, and play!

You are invited to join us on this new adventure! We will be kicking off the initiative on Monday, May 23 at 10 a.m. at the Virginia Run Community Center, 15355 Wetherburn Court, Centreville, Virginia. Come check out this new and exciting program, your community could be next!
We hope to see you there!
Have a GREAT day!
PFC Tara Gerhard
Crime Prevention Specialist
Sully District Station
4900 Stonecroft Blvd
Chantilly, Virginia 20151
Information on Lyme Disease
Posted on May 16th, 2016 Comments (0)
Dear Friends, 
May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month, and many of us know first-hand the devastating effects of Lyme disease in our community. Please take a moment to learn how to limit exposure to ticks and the chance of contracting Lyme Disease. 
In 2011 I co-sponsored HJR 643, which designates every May as "Lyme Disease Awareness Month" in Virginia. As a result of this increased awareness and other publicity, the Commonwealth has stepped up and is continuing our battle against Lyme Disease.  
Unfortunately, Lyme Disease continues to negatively affect citizens of the Commonwealth. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), reported cases in Virginia increased by 29% between 2011 and 2014. In fact, in 2014, Virginia had the 8th highest number of reported cases of Lyme Disease in the nation.
Adding to the risks of Lyme is the fact that traditional antibody testing for the disease, which is the most popular method, has the potential to produce false negatives. According to, antibody testing can miss over half of cases. To better protect Virginians, I co-sponsored HB 1933 the Lyme Disease Testing Information Disclosure Act of 2013, requiring health care providers to notify anyone tested for Lyme of the risk of false negatives. 
For more information on how best to prevent contracting Lyme Disease, please visit the CDC's Lyme Disease Prevention site, or the Virginia Department of Health's Lyme Disease Fact Sheet. If you think that you may have contracted Lyme Disease, please do not hesitate to seek medical assistance. The longer the disease is allowed to go unchecked, the greater the repercussions will be on a patients body and well-being.
As the weather gets warmer, the potential to be exposed to this debilitating disease will increase. I encourage you to take a moment to familiarize yourself with the information listed on these sites.
If I can ever be of assistance, please do not hesitate to contact me at (703) 815-1201 or

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~ 27th Annual Turkey Trot ~
Thanks to all of the sponsors and participants.  The event this year included over 5,000 runners and walkers and $85,000 was donated to Life with Cancer.
Thanks also to the Turkey Trot committee who, during the year, organized the race/walk and insured that all bases were covered.
Thanks to all of the volunteers who made the event a great success.
Mitchell Eye Institute, John D. Mitchell, MD
Greg Mathieson
Centreville Tire & Auto
Eridani Corps
Erie Insurance
Securitas Security Services
Jim Baker
Stonewall Golf Club
Fairfax Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
Edelman Financial Services
Virginia Cancer Specialists
Joseph White Insurance Agency, Inc.
American Windows and Siding
Greg Nosal and Family
Lee A. Brathwaite
Donohoe Real Estate Services
Pediatric Care of NoVA PC
Korean Central Presbyterian Church
Cox Farm
COSTCO Regional Office
Contact Discovery Services
Skyline Insurance Agency of Manassas
Don & Nancy White
Sequoia Management Company, Inc.
Aquatomic Products Co., INC
Chadwick, Washington, Moriarty, Elmore & Bunn
Richard F. Donohue, DDS
Not Just Dance
Luck Stone
The Winery at Bull Run
Chantilly Chiropractic Center
Shirley F. Bethel, D.M.D.
M3 Technology Consultants, Inc.
Centreville Presbyterian Church
Verizon Federal @ Fort Belvoir
Spencer Marker
Glory Days
Ourisman Chantilly Toyota
Great American Restaurants
Louis Filippone Orthodontics
Giant Food, LLC
Centreville Animal Hospital
Smiles for Centreville
John S. Ehreth, DDS
Neighborhood Know-It-Alls
Living Colour Landscaping
Walter Phillips


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