Your KPCA Web Site
The Kings Park Civic Association (KPCA) sponsors this website to facilitate and enhance the ability of Kings Park residents to share ideas, concerns, and information with their neighbors.
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Kings Park Civic Association is happy to announce the new board of officers for 2011-2012. Please help us to welcome them.
What We DO
The KPCA holds monthly membership meetings where residents can bring up ideas, issues and concerns about the neighborhood. KPCA publishes the Gazette new letter six times a year and hosts a web site to provide information and a forum for community news, interests, and events. The KPCA has several committees to address residents' concerns, help the community, and provide communication with the county. The KPCA hosts events every year, sponsors youth community services, and maintains common land. Official civic association documents and the Gazette are available online.
Attention Advertisers: The KPCA has changed its advertising contract and has added a rates and dates sheet. Our rates have not increased, but there are new policies and deadlines you need to be aware of. Please click here for the new information.
Kings Park is a community of 1100 single family homes bounded by Braddock Road, Burke Lake Road, Rolling Road, Lake Accotink Park and the Danbury Forest Community. Kings Park is served by Kings Park Elementary School (grades K-3), Kings Glen Elementary School (grades 4-6) and Lake Braddock Secondary School (grades 7 -12). Kings Park contains one Fairfax County Park (Kings Park Park), is adjacent to another (Lake Accotink Park), and is within a few miles of several others, including the Audrey Moore (Wakefield) Recreation Center. Kings Park also contains a community pool (Parliament Pool). The Kings Park Shopping Center is within walking distance and many more shopping areas within a few miles by car.