Our Home in Fairfax, Virginia
Our homes are tucked into woodsy streets bordered by Route 50 and Interstate 66. We are an active, inclusive neighborhood with a friendly neighborhood association, fun annual events, and lots of dog walkers, bike riders, and spontaneous sidewalk gatherings. Welcome home!
There are several beloved annual events we’ve organized for years, and new ones recently launched. We also have Community Forward Listening Sessions Nov 10, 12, 14, 15, 16, and 18.
In the midst of a national effort to reflect on place names, volunteers have gathered historic and current context for all Mosby Woods residents’ consideration.
Built in the 1960s, Mosby Woods is the largest neighborhood in the city of Fairfax. Learn about the undeveloped land, the builder and original sales, and major happenings over our half century (and then some!) history.
- City trail work in the little park at Ranger and ShilohThe City shared updates about it’s project expanding the George T. Snyder Trail, which currently runs along the creek behind the shopping centers on both sides of Plantation. As the City proceeds with extending the trail further west to RouteContinue reading “City trail work in the little park at Ranger and Shiloh”
- Join the City’s Listening and Learning session tonightA note from Juliette Shedd of George Mason’s Carter School for Peace and Conflict Resolution: Below is the information for tonight’s session on “Understanding Community Perceptions of Confederate Symbols within a Framework of Trauma” with Dr. Merri Davis. City residentsContinue reading “Join the City’s Listening and Learning session tonight”
- Art in Mosby WoodsAs part of the Spotlight on the Arts festival, City of Fairfax residents will be asked to turn their front yards, balconies and neighborhoods into a drive-by art gallery. From April 23 – May 9 residents of Fairfax will be able toContinue reading “Art in Mosby Woods”
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