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Scheduled Events


Neighborhood Watch Training Wednesday, October 4, 2017 from 7-9pm


If anyone is interested in getting free training fort the neighborhood watch program, the next session is being conducted Wednesday, October 4th, at 7pm to 9pm, at the Fair Oaks District Station's community room. The address is 12300 Lee-Jackson Memorial Highway Fairfax, 22033.

Crime Prevention Officer Sabrina Ruck, Fairfax County Police, will be teaming up with MPO Wayne Twombly the crime prevention officer for the Fair Oaks Station. The parking is very limited, so park at the Fifty West Complex right next door to the station.

Everyone is welcome to attend. If you have questions, contact Sabrina.Ruck@fairfaxcounty.gov or call her at 703-814-7051.



Fall General Meeting: Thursday, Oct 26, 2017


The fall general meeting of the Brookfield Civic Association will be held Thursday, 10/26/17 at 7:30 pm.

The meeting will be held in the cafeteria at the Brookfield Elementary School, and is expected to run from 7:30pm to about 9:00pm. We will discuss upcoming neighborhood events, public safety efforts, and other items of interest to the community.

We have invitations out to Fairfax County Board Supervisor Kathy Smith, and to State Senator Jennifer Wexton. Check back soon for details!

For current events, you can also check out our Facebook page!



Fall Cleanup: Oct 14th, 2017

This year, we are again holding a stream/watershed cleanup along Frog Branch Creek. This stretch of water runs right behind the Brookfield Swim Club. We clean trash from along the shoreline (and stream, to the degree possible) in the wooded area behind the pool. We clean in both directions, as far up as Lees Corner.

Once again, Brookfield Swim Club has graciously allowed us to use their parking lot to stage the event, and their trash dumpster to contain our haul. Thanks to their board.

The date planned is October 14th, 2017. In the event of inclement weather, we will post a cancelation on this website, and will hold the cleanup one week later, October 21st, the following weekend.

Watch this space for updates. Adult or youth volunteers, please contact us for details.



Recent Neighborhood Activities and Events

First annual National Night Out

The Friends of Brookfield and the Brookfield Civic Association celebrated our first annual National Night Out on August 1st, 2017.

Thank you everyone who came out to support our community, law enforcement, and local fire safety workers.

A team of Brookfield neighbors and volunteers greeted residents in the neighborhood along the main stretch of Lees Corner Road a block down from the elementary school. We handed out free cotton candy, snacks, bubbles and treats for the kids.

As special guests, we had visits from over a dozen members of our local first responders, with police car tours, a chance to talk to officers, fire fighters and rescue workers.

We had a huge showing from our Sully District Police Station, who had revolving teams of officers to meet and greet residents. Kids were also thrilled to see Fairfax County Fire and Rescue (Chantilly # 15), who brought one of their fire engines and greeted kids and parents. Here's a big shout out to both groups, you women and men are just amazing!

Thanks too for all who volunteered. See you again next year!



Other Activities and Events

We Want You!

We are striving for diversity, and welcome input and participation from any groups that feel that they are not well-represented in our organization. If you are interested in participating in the Brookfield Civic Association, there are opportunities for individual discussions, or for a continuing role, we are recruiting additional neighborhood reps. For more information about what role neighborhood representatives play, click here. To express interest, sign up, or for more information, please email us.