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Sully District is the Western-most Supervisor District in Fairfax County, Virginia. It includes parts of such communities as Centreville, Chantilly, Oak Hill, Navy/Vale and Oakton. The county provides locator maps for schools, libraries, emergency facilities, and delegate and senate districts.
The Sully District Council is a citizen-run organization whose members are Sully District citizen organizations. Those organizations that choose to join the Sully District Council select their representatives to participate in the Council's various activities.
Our District Council holds its regularly scheduled monthly meetings in the Sully District Governmental Center, 4900 Stonecroft Boulevard, Chantilly, VA., 20151. The general membership meets on the fourth Wednesday of the month. The Land Use and Transportation Committee meets jointly with the West Fairfax County Citizens association on the third Monday of the month. These meetings may be rescheduled when the meeting would be on holiday or close to a holiday - see the schedules available on the right for the exact days. Meetings start at 7:00 PM.
Sully District is named for the Sully Historic Site located just east of Washington Dulles International Airport and across from the Stephen F. Udvar-Hazy Center Smithsonian Air and Space Museum Annex.
Sully District Supervisor Kathy Smith is our supervisor, taking over after our long-time Supervisor Michael Frey retired after serving the district since it was established after the 1990 census. Although the Sully District Council acts independently from Supervisor Smith, we work together to best serve the citizens of Sully District. The Sully Planning Commissioner refers land use matters to the council's Land Use and Transportation Committee. Both the Sully representatives to the Fairfax County Transportation Advisory Commission (TAC) and Planning Commission frequently attend the committee's meetings.
General membership meetings highlight issues of interest to the Sully Community. Our annual State of the District meetings feature our Supervisor. Other times we are briefed on the school or county budget by a representative of their respective budget staff, or have the local police or fire station chief as the featured speaker. Various members of the Sully Council attend or have been appointed to countywide commissions or task forces, such as education, trails, or public safety and keep the membership informed.
Sully District Council is a member of the Fairfax County Federation of Civic Associations (the Federation) and its First Vice-president is a member of the Federation's executive board.
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