Aurora Highlands

A great place to live in Arlington, Virginia


The Aurora Highlands Civic Association (AHCA) welcomes you to our neighborhood -- single family homes, high-rise apartments, and everything you would want with easy access to Northern Virginia and the District of Columbia.

AHCA provides a voice for the community in local, County, and State affairs on issues of importance to Aurora Highlands.

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AHCA Meeting

The next meeting will be on Wednesday evening, September 12 at the Aurora Hills Community Center.  We will begin with a social at 6:30 p.m. and the program will get underway at 7:00 p.m.  There will be no regular meeting in August.

NC Plan

In Arlington County, each neighborhood's conservation (NC) plan serves as the primary planning document for the distribution of neighborhood project grants and other neighborhood improvements. The 2008 revised NC Plan includes recommendations for

  • Land Use and Zoning
  • InfraStructure-Neighborhood sidewalks, lighting and trees
  • Traffic and Transportation
  • Parks, Recreation and Beautification
  • Public Services
  • Volunteer

    Contact AHCA to help with:

  • Community Center & Virginia Highlands Park
  • Nina Park improvements
  • Nellie & Eads Parks
  • Potential Dog Park
  • Infrastructure-
  • NC Projects: 19th Street (600&700 blocks ) sidewalk & street lights, spray park in VHP, Ives Street (20th-22nd) sidewalks & street lights.
  • Sidewalks & Street Lights
  • Plan a block party!

  • Crystal City Long Term Plan as well as CCBID and CCBID, Inc impact on Aurora Highlands area
  • Wakefield High School Capital Rebuilding and quality of academic programs.
  • Waste Water Treatment Plant
  • Social Events-
  • Community event with Restaurant Row
  • Sign Ordinance-
    Draft AHCA Position Paper
    We will begin with a social at 6:30 p.m. and the program will get underway at 7:00 p.m.  This month's meeting will include a presentation by Ed Fendley on urban agriculture and backyard hens and Kathryn Youngbluth with an update on the Hayes Street multimodal project.