Sunday, February 23, 2014

 Community Yard Sale
April 12, 2014

Lincolnia Park will be holding a community yard sale on April 12 from 8 am - 2 pm.
Please contact Ashling Thurmond Osborne at 404-312-5098 or if you are interested in participating or have any questions.
Electric Sunday Today

Fairfax County residents can recycle televisions, computers and peripheral devices – including keyboards, speakers, printers, external drives and other such materials – and unbroken fluorescent light bulbs and tubes on Electric Sundays. There is No Charge for Fairfax County residents to participate in Electric Sunday; however, you may be required to show proof of residency.  

Upcoming Event Schedule

All electronics recycling events are held from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.
  • Jan. 12: I-66 Transfer Station, 4618 West Ox Road, Fairfax 22030
  • Feb. 23: I-66 Transfer Station, 4618 West Ox Road, Fairfax 22030
  • March 23: I-95 Complex, 9850 Furnace Road, Lorton 22079
  • April 27: I-66 Transfer Station, 4618 West Ox Road, Fairfax 22030
  • May 18: I-66 Transfer Station, 4618 West Ox Road, Fairfax 22030
  • June 22: I-95 Complex, 9850 Furnace Road, Lorton 22079
Additional electronics recycling information to follow once details become available.  CHECK BACK SOON!

For additional information, please contact us at 703-324-5230, TTY 711

Fairfax County's Electric Sundays (Video)

Driving Directions:

    I-66 Transfer Station Complex, 4618 West Ox Road:

  • From inside the Beltway, take I-66 West to Route 50 West. Continue west and go south on West Ox Road. The complex will be on the right just past the county's Fire Training Academy and before the Costco store.
  • From Route 29 go to the West Ox Road exit and turn north. The complex will be on the left at the stop light just after the Costco store.
    I-95 Landfill Complex, 9850 Furnace Road:

  • Take I-95 South to exit #161, which exits on to Route 1 South. At the first traffic light (Furnace Road) turn right. After passing under I-95, take your first left onto the access road (Mordor Road). In approximately 100 feet, you will see a sign for the disposal facility. The I-95 Landfill Complex is located on the access road, which runs parallel to Furnace Road.
  • You may also take Ox Road (Route 123) South. Turn left onto Furnace Road. At the stop sign at Lorton Road turn left. Take the first immediate right (Furnace Road again) and continue around to the main landfill entrance on the right. Look for the sign "County of Fairfax Solid Waste Disposal."
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Saturday, April 20, 2013


Captain Carol Wilhite

Commander, Mason District Station

Fairfax County Police Department

When:   May 1, 2013 7:30 PM
Where:  LPCA Meeting
              Holmes Middle School Library

Join us in welcoming Captain Wilhite as the new Commander for Mason District.  She will address safety and security in Lincolnia Park, Neighborhood Watch, and other concerns/questions you may have.

Sunday, February 24, 2013

February 26, 2013   7-9pm 

Join us at Annandale High School for a discussion on later school
start times.

This is a great opportunity to express your comments, questions, concerns.

Dr. Judith Owens, Director of Sleep Medicine at Children's National 
Medical Center will present findings from her study of a school that 
shifted to later start times and explain how early start times harm some 

Bring your questions and share your experiences with a panel of experts, 
including Dr. Owens; Dr. Helene Emsellem, Director of the Center for 
Sleep and Wake Disorders; Dr. Sandy Chung, President of the Medical 
Society of Northern Virginia; Steve Greenburg, President of the Fairfax 
County Federation of Teachers (FCFT); Terry Eiserman, an Arlington 
County high school teacher who was teaching before and after Arlington 
schools shifted to a later morning start time; and Talia Schmitt, High 
School Leadership Team, to discuss teen sleep and school start times.

Learn why the Fairfax County School Board set a goal to start high 
schools after 8:00 a.m. Several members of the Fairfax County School 
Board will be there, too.

Date: Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Time: 7 pm to 9 pm
Location: Annandale High School (Lecture Hall)
Co-sponsored by FCCPTA and SLEEP and FCFT

Sleep Night also will feature a student photo contest with cash awards, 
a raffle for teachers and students. Light refreshments will be served.

Photo contest theme "I can't do my best when I don't get my rest." 
Deadline for submissions 2.24.2013.

SNOW DATE: March 6th

Saturday, January 26, 2013

Mason District Town Hall Meeting
On Tuesday, January 15, Lori Prencipe, president of LPCA, and other residents attended the Mason District Town Hall meeting.
The Annandale Patch has recapped the meeting in full here.

Tuesday, January 1, 2013

Happy New Year!
The January 2nd LPCA meeting has been cancelled.
Please join us at our next meeting on February 6, 2013.

Monday, December 3, 2012

November 2012 LPCA Newsletter

Letter from the President

By Lori Prencipe

Dear Neighbors,
   At the September LPCA meeting, representatives from VDOT and Transurban (Hot Lanes developer) presented on the status of the Hot Lanes build out, including some limited information on the sound walls that will eventually border some LP properties along I-395. Having attended several public Hot Lanes meetings, much of the information from VDOT and Transurban was largely recitations of previous VDOT/Hot Lanes community presentations. See board minutes article on the following page. You can also find information on Hot Lanes at: http://
   The meeting was well attended. LP residents asked representatives for timing and assurances on sound walls and also fielded questions on Hot Lanes pricing and sought clarity on exit ramps impacting our area. VDOT representatives noted that Hot Lane traffic cannot exit at Edsall Road and noted that sound wall engineering does not include individual residential property impact assessments.
   Also in attendance were residents from Overlook, who are concerned about Hot Lane/I-395 flyover ramp/terminus and VDOT analysis of traffic, health and environmental impacts. The group, not officially supported by the Overlook Civic Association, is fielding a petition seeking to delay the construction of Hot Lanes exits/terminus near Edsall Road until further studies are conducted by VDOT on traffic and other impacts. According to the group the Hot Lanes presentations “have downplayed the negative effects of traffic congestion, pollution, and noise levels.”  They also believe that “VDOT has not updated the analysis of the effects since the decision was made to move the final terminus from Arlington to Turkey Cock Run/Edsall Road.”
   The group notes that “the best outcome would be to move the ramp away from our area, either back to Springfield where it was originally planned, or north to Seminary where much of the traffic will be headed, i.e., the BRAC building.”
   At the November meeting, copies of the group’s letter and other correspondence will be available and will be read into the LPCA meeting minutes.
   For more information, please contact Lori Prencipe at