Bonnie Brae Civic Association
Bonnie Brae Civic Association (BBCA)
P.O. Box 336
Fairfax Station, VA 22039-0336
Welcome to Bonnie Brae
About Us

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Calendar of Events

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Bonnie Brae is a beautiful community of 305 distinctive contemporary single family homes in Fairfax, Virginia, on wide, tree lined streets and quiet cul-de-sacs.  This great family neighborhood is located between the City of Fairfax and the community of Burke, close to George Mason University, major highways and public transportation.   

The Bonnie Brae Civic Association (BBCA) is a volunteer association that serves the residents of Bonnie Brae, organizing activities to promote an attractive, friendly, and safe place to live. Read about the activities that you can participate in on our calendar of events, learn how you can join the BBCA, take part in the
Neighborhood Watch, and volunteer on one of many neighborhood Committees.

Please join us at our regularly held neighborhood meetings:
- monthly board meetings where you can get acquainted with your neighbors and find out what is going on in our community
- bi-annual General Membership meetings at the Bonnie Brae Elementary school where you can join us to hear interesting speakers discuss topics of community concern.

Read about the Woodglen Lake Dredging Project

Check out our 2015 Annual Newsletter or past newsletters

Come join us for upcoming events

If you are a new resident of Bonnie Brae, read our new neighborhood welcome message and let us know that you are part of our community so that we can deliver the BBCA Welcome Kit to you. An email message window will be opened and addressed to our Welcome Committee Chairman.

To subscribe for community emails, click here. An email page will appear, simply click the Send button. 

To unsubscribe click
here. An email page will appear, simply click the Send button and the sending email address will be removed from the mail list.

Email Announcements If you have provided your email address, but you are not receiving any community emails, it may be due to either your internet provider or your email program thinking that these messages are spam, thereby resulting in them automatically being put in your "Junk" email folder. If you can find any of the Bonnie Brae email messages in your Junk email folder, right-click on them, choose the option that marks them as not being spam and this will ensure that future Bonnie Brae email messages will not be marked as spam either.


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