Welcome to Fairlington Villages!

Going Native Presentation

The Grounds Committee is sponsoring a presentation on native plants on Wednesday, February 22, from 7 – 9 p.m. at the Fairlington Villages Community Center, 3005 S. Abingdon St. Margaret Fisher, from Plant NOVA Natives, will highlight why integrating native plants into our landscape is so timely: they are naturally beautiful, made for here, and good for the earth. Planting guides and illustrations from Fairlington Villages will be available.

Take the Financial Priorities Survey:


If you missed the Budget Seminar, you can check out the slides from it below:

How Should Arlington County Prioritize Spending? Take the survey!


If you do not have your 2023 decal on your car, you are subject to being towed.

You will need to show your Car Registration in order to get your new 2023 Parking Decal.  You will not be given your new sticker unless you show your Car Registration.  Photos of your registration are acceptable.

The Election Rules as Revised by the Board of Directors on January 4, 2023 are now available. If you would like a hard copy, please contact the office.

Check out the February Newsletter!

  • Review how the FY22 Audit shows finances continue in solid condition
  • Choose a date to attend a Board of Directors Candidates’ Forum
  • Watch the Big Game with fellow Fairlingtonians on February 12
  • Complete the financial survey by February 20 online
  • Go native on February 22 with the Grounds Committee


If renovations contemplated to your unit include:  (1) The removal of vinyl flooring, (2) Replacing the attic insulation, (3) Impacting the popcorn textured ceiling in any manner (scraping the texture, cutting holes for recess lightning, drilling, putting drywall over it, etc.) or (4) Cutting drywall finished with joint compound manufactured prior to 1982, you must retain a licensed contractor to test for asbestos and furnish a copy of the report findings to facilmgr@fairlingtonvillages.com. If the result is positive for the presence of asbestos, abatement must be performed by a licensed contractor prior to proceeding with work/renovations.