Sully District Community Room
The Sully District Governmental Center offers meeting room space free of charge to non-profit groups and Fairfax County residents to use for meetings, classes, or group study.
All non-profit organizations wishing to reserve the Community Room must have an application on file with the Sully District Supervisor's office for the current year. Please download the PDF and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or bring it with you and deliver it to Kathy Smith's office or slip it under the door if the office is closed.
All Reservations are on a first come first served basis.
It is possible that official governmental use of the Community Room may supersede a reservation made by an organization.
*Special Note: The fountain in front of the building is a memorial to the fallen officers from the Sully Police Station. Please show appropriate respect-- do not let children play in the fountain or with its contents.
Candles and/or alcoholic beverages are strictly prohibited.
No signs, decorations, or other materials may be affixed to any building surface or furniture, other than with Scotch Tape.
Groups must ensure that the Community Room is left clean, neat and orderly. All trash must be deposited in proper containers. Tables and chairs must be put back in original storage areas.
Groups must be mindful of the effects of noise on other surrounding offices. Amplified sound is prohibited.
Private property brought into the Community Room is the sole responsibility of the owner.
The hallway and lobby outside the community room must be kept clear at all times.
There are two community rooms, although a folding partition wall can be moved to create one large room that has a maximum capacity of 115 people.
The James McDonnell Room, offers seating for 75, 3 long rectangular
tables, 4 short rectangular tables, 2 circular tables, and one
The Richard "Dick" Frank Room offers seating for 40, 3 long
rectangular tables, 4 short rectangular tables, and 1 circular
Each room contains: one podium, a projection screen, a white board, a
television equipped with cable, Wi-Fi, a DVD player, and a VCR.
Attendees must bring their own presentation equipment (for Powerpoint
etc), as well as supplies (whiteboard markers). The building and the
community rooms are open 24 hours a day. Per the Police
department's request, the lobby must be kept clear at all times. No
loitering is allowed in the hallway or parking lot.
Kitchenette: There is a small kitchenette accessible from both of sides
of the Community Room, equipped with a microwave and refrigerator, two
12 cup coffee pots, a sink and garbage disposal. Any food/beverages
left in the refrigerator will be disposed of. Open flame is NOT
permitted in the community room. (i.e. candles, incense, etc.) . Cans
of Sterno for heating food are permitted, but MUST be monitored at all
- Remote Screens: There is a key available at the front police desk that operates the screens and the partition