Your Local, State, Federal Government
Updated August 17, 2021
Residents of Raceway Farms are represented by a number of elected officials. The following is a summary of all of those folks with links to the districts’ official sites, official contact information, websites both government and political, etc. If you’d like to see something added or make corrections, please email email@example.com.
Raceway Farms is in the Belvoir (619) voting precinct for elections. You can register, review, or update your voter registration status by clicking here.
Due to the location of Raceway Farms, in close proximity to federal property (Fort Belvoir and NGA), state facilities (VDOT), and of course county property (parks, emergency services, etc.), each level of government can impact our lives as residents and owners. Further, our streets are state maintained. In addition to our own covenants, county ordinances also address conditions in our neighborhood. The board of directors of the association will attempt to stay attuned to the impact of these governing bodies and pass information via the portal, email, etc. You can contact the board via email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Raceway Farms is located in the Mount Vernon District of Fairfax County.
Mount Vernon District government site
There are a number of county ordinances that affect us in Raceway Farms. Here is the Zoning Ordinance. Others can be found by searching the county’s website.
Raceway Farms is located in the 36th State Senate District and the 43rd district for the House of Delegates. Information on the state’s bicameral General Assembly can be found by clicking here.
If you are not an official resident of the state of Virginia, you can find information on absentee ballots for all 50 states by clicking here.
By the way, you can click here to go to the Virginia statute that governs homeowners’ associations, the Property Owners’ Association Act.
Raceway Farms is in the 8th Congressional District. There are numerous websites for tracking federal government information. There is one that automatically compiles information from various government websites called govtrack.us. It appears to be politically neutral and very comprehensive.
Hopefully, this page is a useful reference for you. If there are other types of articles along these lines that you’d like to see, just send an email to email@example.com and the Board will do its best to condense and compile the information on our portal to save you time in the future. Also, email firstname.lastname@example.org if an election happens and you notice this hasn’t been updated.