Lafayette Village Community Association

Please Note:  We are hoping to open the swimming pool this year.  It depends on regulations from the governor and the Board of Supervisors, but we are hoping for the best. Please check back for updates.

A Note from the LVCA President

July, 2020

Hi Everyone,

As we all know, the first part of this year has been extremely difficult. The COVID-19 pandemic changed our lives and thrusted us into a new reality. The Lafayette Village Community Association Board of Directors have been working diligently during this time to adjust to the new reality.

We had to start having Board and Committee meetings via teleconference. We had to make the difficult decision not to open the pool this year due to the inability to find persons to monitor health assessments and social distancing. Also, we had to work much more closely with our landscaping company, which had problems retaining personnel due to the pandemic.

However, we have kept the Association operating well and are looking forward to the future. During this time, there has also been changes happening in society in general. The Black Lives Matter movement has gained momentum throughout the United States and internationally. The momentum for this movement has grown steadily and has been fueled by acts of racism caught on video and shown on the news.

The Board of Directors of Lafayette Village Community Association wants all residents to know that our community does not tolerate hate nor discrimination. We value the multicultural environment which we have in Lafayette Village and want all residents to feel safe and respected in our community. It is through our diversity, that we find strength. However, if any resident does find themselves in a situation which makes them feel discriminated against, I encourage you to contact me at and to discuss the situation with me, so that the Board of Directors can work with you to find a solution.

The Board of Lafayette Village Community Association wants Lafayette Village to be the type of community where all residents feel accepted and where they want to establish roots and raise their children.

As we look towards the future in this new reality, let’s all work together to ensure that Lafayette Village is an inclusive community. A community in which residents value kindness and look out for the well-being of each other.


Donna Jacobson, President
Lafayette Village Community Association

About Our Community

Lafayette Village Community Association (LVCA) is a community of 294 townhomes and  21 detached homes in Annandale, VA.   Our neighborhood, tucked away quietly inside the Beltway but still close to major roads, employment centers, top-rated restaurants and shopping, is a wonderful place to call home.  Our peaceful, tree-lined streets and our richly detailed, Colonial-inspired residences provide an inviting sanctuary in the middle of the bustling Washington metropolis.

Lafayette Village Map

Open to visitors as well as residents, this website provides access to all things LVCA, including our governing documents, our newsletter, our Board of Directors meeting minutes and photos of our beautiful community.

To join our message board where neighbors share ideas and stay up-to-date on Lafayette Village news, visit the Nextdoor website or mobile app.

To learn more about Annandale’s  history, events, local resources, community calendar, shopping, restaurants, revitalization, real estate and news, visit the Annandale Chamber of Commerce.

You’ll find contact information for LVCA’s management company and board members on our Contacts page.  We look forward to hearing from you.