Hunter Mill District
About Hunter Mill District
Welcome to the Hunter Mill District
Stay in touch with the Board of Supervisors, County and district programs and events with our electronic newsletters. To be included in our email distributions, contact the Hunter Mill Office. Past issues of both the eBlast and Hunter Mill Highlights newsletters are located on the Newsletters page (see left tab).
- eBlast - a summary of the latest Board of Supervisors meeting and actions with a Hunter Mill emphasis.
- Hunter Mill Highlights - my monthly e-newsletter containing district and County information.
- Hunter Mill facebook - become a fan our the new Hunter Mill facebook site.
News and Notices
May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month
Learn how you can limit your exposure to ticks and prevent tick bites on the Health Department's Lyme Disease Prevention website. In addition, you can view a previous broadcast of "Connecting with Supervisor Hudgins" on Lyme Disease and featuring Dr. Jose Arias and Dr. Peter Troell. Click here to view the program on-demand.
Under Construction: New, Improved North County Governmental Center
Construction has begun on the new North County Governmental Center which houses the Reston District Police Station and Hunter Mill District Supervisor's Office. The current building will continue to operate while the new building is under construction. Check out the webpage for the new design, timeline and updates on the project's progress.
Opportunity to Serve: Hunter Mill District Land Use Committee
Are you interested in land use issues? We are looking for several new members for the Hunter Mill District Land Use Committee. The committee provides guidance and citizen participation in the district land use cases coming before the Planning Commission and the Board of Supervisors. The minimum time commitment is 10-15 hours per month. Committee members serve for 3 year terms. If you are interested, contact Goldie Harrison at 703-478-0283.
NEXT COMMITTEE MEETING: May 21, 2013: Agenda for the upcoming meeting is posted on the HMD Land Use Committee webpage
Disproportionate Minority Contact Report
In September, the Center for Study of Social Policy presented their report to the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors and the Fairfax County School Board at their joint meeting. The study is titled "Disproportionate Minority Contact for African American and Hispanic Youth: The Story Behind the Number and the Path to Action".
Supervisor Hudgins is organizing a meeting of community members, county and school staff, and community organizations to review the study and initiate a discussion for future action. This meeting is open to all interested and will be Wednesday, December 5, at 7 p.m. Call the Hunter Mill District office at 703-478-0283 for additional information.
First Mondays with Supervisor Hudgins
First Mondays will held quarterly at Reston Regional Library and Patrick Henry Library in Vienna. You are invited to come and share any concern you may have on any issue with Supervisor Hudgins, or just talk with her one-to-one. First Monday hours are from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Walk-ins are welcome, or if you prefer, you can schedule an appointment by calling the Hunter Mill District Office at 703-478-0283. The schedule for the upcoming 2012 First Mondays are;
May 6th - Patrick Henry Library, Vienna
June 3rd - Reston Regional Library
"Connecting with Supervisor Hudgins" Current Show: Making Fairfax Bicycle Friendly
Each month, Supervisor Hudgins hosts a conversation on topics in the Hunter Mill District on her cable television show, Connecting With Supervisor Hudgins. The cable show is broadcast on the County's Channel 16 (Cox) and Channel 28 (Comcast). Tune in to this month's program for a conversation with Charlie Strunk, Fairfax County Bicycle Program Coordinato,r on the County's Bicycle Initiative - a program committed to making Fairfax County bicycle friendly. "Connecting with Supervisor Hudgins" is shown each week on Channel 16 on Sundays at 4 p.m., Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m., and Fridays at 4 p.m. Or, programs can be viewed from your computer with video on demand.