Greenbriar Community Center

Upcoming Events

July 19; 8am to Noon; Document Shredding at Mount Vernon High Schol

Fairfax County will host a document shredding event on Saturday, July 19, from 8 a.m. to noon, at Mount Vernon High School (8515 Mount Vernon Road, Alexandria 22309). Residents may shred up to 5 boxes of personal documents per household at no charge. We will not accept paper documents from businesses at this event. All documents will be securely shredded on-site by a private contractor and the shredded material will
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7pm – June 24th – Meeting about Picnic Pavillion Proposal

Fairfax Parks will present a plan to the public to install a picnic pavilion in Greenbriar Commons Park on June 24 at 7:00 PM at Greenbriar East Elementary School.
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Greenbriar Concert in the Park: May 31st

The Nitehawks will be performing a free concert at the Greenbriar Commons Park (next to the Greenbriar Pool) Saturday May 31st starting at 7 PM.  Rain date: Sunday June 1st.
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Greenbriar Community Yard Sale: June 7th

Greenbriar will be hosting a community yard sale on June 7th from 8 AM to 2 PM.  All residents are invited to participate. If you don’t live in Greenbriar, come visit us to find that low cost treasure you’ve been hunting for. Rain date is June 8th.
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GCA News

GCA News: July 2014

After another glorious spring in Greenbriar, summer has arrived. As I travel through the community, I’ve noticed a decided improvement in the overall quality of resident properties. Whole blocks of yards seem to be carefully mowed, trimmed and free of excess debris. If you are not servicing your lawn or property, you will stand out more than ever. I have noticed a minimum of curbside garbage or debris … at leas
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GCA News: June 2014

A busy summer season lies ahead for me, personally, and for the GCA, so I’ll cut to the quick. No column of mine would be complete without my persistent pleas to keep our properties garbage free and in compliance with county code — not to speak of the continued flagrant disregard of the stop signs in Greenbriar. One day recently, I stood near the Middle Ridge and Point Pleasant intersection to gauge how many cars sto
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GCA News: May 2014

Spring has officially arrived as I near the end of my first year as president of the Greenbriar Civic Association. My focus remains on building value into the community based on the feedback from the many residents that I’ve come to know during this time. The GCA board remains committed to exploring new ideas and ways of doing business that improve our situation. Keep in mind that your support is critical to furtheri
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GCA News: April 2014

Spring is on the cusp, or so they say, as I prepare this column. I hope everyone within the community was able to cope with the unexpected storms we’ve experienced over the last month. As I’ve found out over the years, Greenbriar residents are eager to help each other, particularly our senior citizens, in such situations when needed. To those who still express a need for “dedicated” snow removal for the Greenbriar co
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