Neighborhood & Community Services

CONTACT INFORMATION: Monday - Saturday, 9 a.m. - 9 p.m.
703-324-9270 TTY 711
7950 Audubon Avenue
Alexandria, VA, 22306
Crystal Woodley
Service Area Manager

Hybla Valley Community Center

Photo of exterior of Hybla Valley Community Center

Welcome to the Hybla Valley Community Center! The center opened on April 4, 2022, and is designed to operate as a unifying element for surrounding communities. The center hosts community events and activities that give participants the opportunity to learn new skills, make new friends, promote healthy lifestyles and have fun!

The center was celebrated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on May 9, 2022; learn more about the project history and development. Hybla Valley Community Center will also be home to the Workforce Innovation and Skills Hub (WISH) designed to address the needs of a community trailing the region’s rapid development. More information is available in Supervisor Lusk's (FRANCONIA) February 2020 Board Matter.

The merging of recreation, education, community and workforce development not only makes Hybla Valley Community Center a great place to play but a place in which wrap-around-services are offered. The facility hosts community events, leagues and activities, and special events. 

The center is conveniently located behind the Costco on Richmond Hwy in the Hybla Valley area community. We are nestled between the Audubon, Colchester Towns and Creekside Communities. Stop by the center today to meet team members and learn more about the center's programs and services. 


Additional Information

  • Multi-purpose Room
  • Meeting Room/Incubator Space
  • Podcasting and Music Studio
  • Gymnasium (2)
  • Fitness Area
  • Technology Center
  • Sensory Room
  • Indoor/Outdoor Lounge Space
  • Community Garden

After & Teen School Clubs (Grades 1 - 12): The center offers a robust, fun and educational creative afterschool programs:

  • Intramural Sports
  • Homework Club
  • Creative Arts
  • Bike Club
  • Social- Emotional Learning
  • Positive Developmental Relationships
  • Project-based STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics) Activities
  • Leadership and Workforce Development Programs
  • Youth Employment Opportunities
  • Transportation
  • Civic Engagement and Community Service/Service Learning Projects

Adult Programs (18 and over): The center offers a robust, fun and mentally stimulating and educational environment for adults of all ages – from opportunity youth to adults to active seniors.

  • Fitness Equipment
  • Trips of Necessities
  • Social Clubs
  • Adult Sports Leagues
  • Adult Education Classes
  • Sports Clubs
  • Professional and Personal Development Workshops and Classes
  • Workforce Development Workshops
  • Technology Access
  • Fitness Classes
  • Knitting Club

The Workforce Innovation Skills Hub is a partnership provides services designed to help the community to develop its workforce, support business, and cultivate a thriving economy. WISH is a unique, first of its kind workforce and innovation center that helps community residents by equipping participants with job skills and supportive services that helps participants find jobs. At the WISH Center, community members can obtain the skills and certifications for in-demand employment, connect directly to employers ready to hire, and become empowered to earn a living wage. Learn more.

Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Therapeutic Recreation Services (TR) provides opportunities for children and adults with disabilities to develop the skills that enable them to participate in the recreation and leisure programs of their choice.

TR works in conjunction/tandem with regional services to ensure that we are creating a culture of inclusion within our centers. We work alongside of NCS Culture, Recreation, and Community Connections staff and the inclusion specialist to provide services and programs for individuals of all abilities, allowing and promoting access to the sensory space at Sully to all participants.

On occasion, inclement weather may affect the operation of Fairfax County Community, Teen and Senior Centers. Decisions regarding the delayed opening or closure of county facilities are made with the utmost regard for the safety of our participants and staff.

In the event of inclement weather, the Department of Neighborhood and Community Services (NCS) posts all facility closures and delays online. You may also learn of status updates by contacting your selected Community CenterTeen Center or Senior Center directly or by calling the Neighborhood and Community Services Main Office at 703-324-4600, TTY 711.

All NCS Community, Senior and Teen Centers serve as warming and cooling centers during extreme weather. Staff are prepared to accommodate any community walk-in needs during operating hours.  Visitors using the center for warming/cooling services will not have access to community center programming/classes unless they are a current registered member.

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