Welcome

This is the combined Homepage of the Hunters Valley Association (HVA) and the Hunters Valley Riding Club (HVRC). Click on the photos below for the respective sites.
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Important local Issues — Click here for updates and information about important activities taking place in our local area, such as proposed development projects.

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HVA 2019 Calendar

· Wednesday January 30th: Annual Meeting
· Monday February 25th: Board Meeting
· Monday March 25th: Board Meeting
· Sunday April 28th: Earth Day Clean-up
· Monday April 22nd: Board Meeting
· Monday June 3rd: Board Meeting
· Sunday June 16th: HVA Annual Picnic (Father’s Day)
· July: No Board Meeting
· Monday August 26th: Board Meeting
· Monday September 23rd: Board Meeting
· Monday October 28th: Board Meeting
· Saturday November 2nd: Halloween Party
· Monday November 25th: Board Meeting
· Saturday December 21st: Holiday Dinner Dance
· January 2020 TBD: Annual meeting

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HVA Mission Statement

The purpose of the Hunters Valley Association (HVA) is to preserve and perpetuate the unique nature and character of the community by

  • Representing the interests of the community at public meetings and before public bodies to positively influence development;
  • Maintaining and protecting the common areas and trail system easements established by the Wickens family;
  • Supporting the Hunters Valley Riding Club (HVRC) which uses and maintains the trail system; and
  • Sponsoring social activities that encourage community participation.
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HVA/HVRC Application and Renewal Forms

The 2018 HVA/HVRC Application and Renewal forms are now available for downloading (click for downloadable application in PDF) or (click for downloadable application in Word).


HVA Membership

We no longer require any forms. You will receive a confirmation email from us once we receive payment with the information that will be included in the annual membership directory. If you would like to make any changes to that information, you may notify us at that time by replying to that email. See payment options below.


HVRC Membership

We only need informational forms from new members; however, we do need the waiver page of the form each year from all HVRC members. For the HVRC waiver, you may either mail this completed form to Beverly Dickerson (11003 Oakton Woods Way, Oakton, VA 22124) or you can print out the waiver form, sign it, scan it and then email the signed form to Beverly at bdickerson4438@gmail.com . Once we receive payment of your dues, you will receive a confirmation email from us with the information that will be included in the annual membership directory. If you would like to make any changes to that information, you may notify us at that time by replying to that email. See payment options below.

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HVRC Photos 2000-2015

Here are a couple beautiful photo collections from the Hunters Valley Riding Club.

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HVRC Links

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HVA Links

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HVA Photos

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Holiday Party 2009

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2008 picnic – click here to go to view over 50 pictures

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2008 Holiday party – click here to go to view pictures form 08 Holiday party

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Chrismas Caroling HVA style Dec 2008
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Holiday Party 2007

Holiday Party 2010

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Holiday Party 2011

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Bylaws of the Hunters Valley Association, Inc.

Click here to read the HVA Bylaws

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The History of the Hunters Valley

Little did George Washington Hunter, a prominent attorney in Fairfax, know how his name would be perpetuated when he built his grist mill along Difficult Run in the early part of the nineteenth century. It began when land deeds dated as early as 1842 cited his mill in establishing boundaries in our area. From those early days through the Second World War, the area remained essentially rural.

Hunters Valley began with the purchase by the Wickens family in 1935 of a farm of 168 acres on Hunter Mill Road, locally known then as “Sheep Farm.”

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