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Closing Notice - All non-essential Fairfax County agency offices, including McLean Community Center, will be closed Friday, July 3, and Saturday, July 4, in observance of Independence Day.
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Clarification on MCC’s Operations in Phase Two of Reopening

Updated Thursday, June 11, 2020—Beginning on Monday, June 15, the McLean Community Center will be adhering to Fairfax County Government’s COVID-19 Phase Two Reopening plan.


While MCC will be open to limited public access, activities and programs remain on hold until further notice. The Old Firehouse Center will remain closed. As soon as we can confirm what we can offer we will post the information on our website, in our weekly e-news blasts, and on our social media sites (Facebook, Instagram and Twitter).


We will be managing our building operations with minimal public interaction. To minimize face-to-face public contact, we ask that you continue to contact us online, or by email or phone.


Our goal is to keep you informed and safe as we navigate how to best ease into program offerings.


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Fill Us In crayon imageMcLean Community Center asks Dranesville Small District -1A residents to “Fill Us In”
on how to improve program offerings at March 25 Public Hearing

Residents Can Now Participate Remotely with GoToWebinar Access

The McLean Community Center (MCC) is asking residents of Small District 1A-Dranesville, who pay a real estate tax surcharge to support the center, to “Fill Us In” on what kinds of new programs and services they would like to see offered and/or improved upon in the planning for FY2022 fiscal year. MCC is holding a Public Hearing on FY 2022 Programs at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 25, at the center. The hearing is the first step in planning for the FY2022 budget cycle, which begins July 1, 2021 and ends June 30, 2022. MCC’s divisions include the Robert Ames Alden Theatre and The Old Firehouse Center. All meetings of the board are open to the public. MCC is located at 1234 Ingleside Ave.

New this year, residents can participate in the meeting remotely using GoToWebinar, an online video conferencing app. Residents can access the meeting on their computer, tablet or smartphone, at tinyurl.com/mcc-programs-2022, then sign in with the webinar ID: 324-478-547.

 

Tax district residents who plan to attend the hearing and wish to speak are asked to call the Center at 703-744-9348, TTY: 711, to have their names placed on the speakers list; however, speakers are not required to sign up in order to speak. Residents also may submit comments by mail, email (holly.novak@fairfaxcounty.gov) or in person up to seven days after the hearing.


For more information, call the center at 703-790-0123, TTY: 711.