We're not allowing COVID to separate us from friends and neighbors - even as we socially distance

Our Association

The Executive Committee for our Association is made up of your friends and neighbors who volunteer their time and efforts to help make this an even better community for us all.  

Take a minute to read about the committee.

It’s a joy to live in a neighborhood where we can walk, visit and celebrate life together.  Our Fourth of July parade and picnic plus other events throughout the year are always fun! 

Check out our pictures of past events.

View the Agendas and Meeting Summaries from our community meetings.

See the presentation from the Arlington County Public Health Director, Dr. Reuben  Varghese from our Sept meeting.

During the Covid-19 situation, we are meeting via Zoom.  

Over the past several years the residents of the Old Dominion Citizens Association (ODCA) have met repeatedly with Arlington County traffic officials to discuss what measures can be taken to increase safety on both major thoroughfares. 

Learn more about Arlington County’s efforts for revitalization of the Lee Highway corridor.  Also, learn how to vote for your choice for a new name for Lee Highway.

The Salt Dome and adjacent properties are going to be redeveloped in the coming years. We have been strong proponents for encouraging the creation of a park and neighborhood meeting facility. 

The COVID crisis has changed plans for all of our schools.  APS is working hard to  implement plans for remote learning in Autumn 2020.  

Fire Station #8 is going to be rebuilt in its current location. We  are monitoring the progress of the rebuilding process.

The Neighborhood Conservation and Advisory Committee (NCAC) leads the development of neighborhood plans and recommends neighborhood-initiated capital improvements for funding by the County Board.