Civic Association

Our civic association is active with a diverse group of people making it a fun and welcoming place to live.  We hold an annual fall neighborhood picnic where old and new neighbors mingle and enjoy the camaraderie of a genial neighborhood.

Our association meets every quarter or as needed, if an issue arises; and we publish a periodic newsletter to inform you of issues, upcoming meetings, and events.  Within the association there are six committees of special importance; Membership, Communications, Budget, Events, Land Use, and Neighborhood Watch.  The Civic Association and these committees exist to represent the landowner interest within Annandale Acres, Mason District, and Fairfax County.  It is important to have a strong civic association to protect our land, our families, and our environment.

You will find that most of your neighbors love this area and work to preserve it through the civic association.   Because of the importance of strong neighborhood solidarity, these committees are vital to the preservation of the community.  The Membership Committee exists to increase membership in the association and to welcome new neighbors with a personal gift from the association.  The Communications Committee exists to communicate issues important to the community through the website, mailings and via the Block Captains.  The Budget Committee exists to ensure that funds are appropriated in a responsible and productive manner.  The Events Committee exists to plan and conduct our annual fall picnic and other events.  The Land Use Committee exists to preserve the R1 zoning within Annandale Acres and to act as a watchdog for other land use issues in and around our community, particularly Storm Water Management.  And, finally, the Neighborhood Watch program exists to protect the safety and security of our community.

By joining the Annandale Acres Civic Association, you can do your part to preserve the peace and tranquility of our community and ensure that our collective interests are known to our neighbors, Fairfax County, and our elected officials at the local and state levels.

Please contact any of the following Officers, Committee Chairpersons, or Block Captains to get involved with the Annandale Acres Civic Association.

AACA Officers:
President – Carolyn Freeman –
Vice President – Jacques Romain –
Treasurer – Dianne Tuluceanu –
Secretary – Diane Ditzler –
At-large Board Member – Gary Nisker –
At-large Board Member – Mike Bang –

Committee Chairpersons:
Land Use Committee Chair – Jacques Romain –
Events Committee Chair – Amy Whetzel –
Membership and Welcome Committee Chair – Vacant Position
Neighborhood Watch Chair – Vacant Position

Block Captains:
Auburn Captain – Jon Clark –
Backlick Captain – Vacant Position
Beverly Captain – Ernie Vanarsdall –
Calvert Captain – Maria Romain
Clemons Captain – Vacant Position

Committee Information Pages:
Land Use Committee
Storm Water Management Committee
Events Committee
Neighborhood Watch

Annual Dues:
AACA dues are currently $20.00 per household. Your dues can be paid through Paypal via the link below. Additionally, you can make a check payable to “Annandale Acres Civic Association” and mail it by contacting the Treasurer at

Annual Dues Payment