Beulah Road gets RRFB Crosswalk Signals

The Town of Vienna finished installing the Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons  (RRFBs) at two crosswalks on Beulah Road recently just before school begins. Located at MacArthur Ave. NE and Ayr Hill Ave. NE, these solar-powered flashing signals will give pedestrians a new level of safety when crossing Beulah Road. NEVCA initiated improving these crosswalks inContinue reading “Beulah Road gets RRFB Crosswalk Signals”

Committee for Helping Others

The Committee for Helping Others, CHO, helps neighbors across Northern Virginia. NEVCA proudly supports the CHO and all of the local volunteers. We ask you to give generously this holiday season! For more information about CHO, or if you want to become a CHO Volunteer, please read through the CHO Website now. All are welcome!

NEVCA Spring Meeting, May 17th

From Bob McCahill, NEVCA President On Tuesday evening, May 17th at 8pm at the Vienna Arts Society, 115 Pleasant St NW, NEVCA will hold a General Membership meeting. The agenda is attached. Yearly Board elections will be held. The treasurer’s post remains open. I encourage you to let me know if you are interested inContinue reading “NEVCA Spring Meeting, May 17th”

Arbor Day in Vienna, Virginia

This Earth Day and Arbor Day, consider making a donation to the Town’s “Tree Vienna Donation Program” to support the Town’s effort to plant additional trees on Town property. Established a few years ago, the program allows the Parks Department to buy larger trees to replace trees lost to bad weather, disease, or age. LargerContinue reading “Arbor Day in Vienna, Virginia”

Beulah Road Traffic Study 2015

The TSC Meeting is on February 23, 2016 at 8:00 in Vienna Town Hall At the request of the community, the Vienna Transportation Safety Commission authorized a traffic study along Beulah Road NE in Vienna to measure current automobile, pedestrian and bike traffic along the corridor from Maple Avenue to the Town line which isContinue reading “Beulah Road Traffic Study 2015”

The Vienna Community and Learning Garden

Vienna resident Mary Woods took the lead when she volunteered two years ago to help establish the Community and Learning Garden located near the Vienna Community Center. NEVCA helped support this project helping to secure a Fairfax County community enhancement grant to pay for a water line to the garden plot. Here is Mary’s recentContinue reading “The Vienna Community and Learning Garden”

NEVCA Spring Meeting 2015

The Northeast Vienna Citizens Association held a general membership meeting on Tuesday, May 19th 2015 at the Vienna Community Center. Annual election of officers were held.  Anne Stuntz, President, Historic Vienna, Inc. made a presentation on the history of the Town of Vienna, and Mary Woods, volunteer manager of the Vienna Community Learning Garden ,Continue reading “NEVCA Spring Meeting 2015”