Welcome to our neighborhood!
Pimmit Hills, founded in 1950, is located next to the Tysons Corner area in Virginia and is one of the largest communities in Fairfax County with over 1,640 homes. Learn more
In March 1951, 60 Pimmit Hills residents got together to organize the Pimmit Hills Citizens' Association (PHCA) and state its mission which is still true today: "The Association’s activities are non-partisan, non-sectarian and non-political. Its purpose is to promote, develop, and improve the general welfare of the Pimmit Hills community. Since its formation, the Association has provided a forum for discussing community needs and problems and a framework for organizing efforts to satisfy or solve them."
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Pimmit Hills Real Estate
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Pimmit Hills Alumni
Grew up in Pimmit Hills? There is a large Facebook group called Pimmit Hills Alumni with lots of photos and remembering.
One phone for all of Pimmit Hills mounted on a pole, opening festivities of the shopping center on Route 7 with a bluegrass band performing from a farm truck, hot dog and soda for 25 cents, bookmobiles, JA the DJ broadcasting Elvis, Buddy Holly and Bill Haley. . . . read an entry by David Meyer on our Reminiscing page to see what life was like here in Pimmit Hills in the 1950s.
Join the Pimmit Hills Citizens' Association
Since 1951, the Pimmit Hills Citizens' Association has been working to better our community. Be a part of this by joining today and pay your annual membership dues securely online. Join Now. To renew your dues, login to the website and click on View Profile at the top.
Resident Membership Membership is open to homeowners and renters currently living in Pimmit Hills: $20 annual dues per member
Non-Resident Supporter is open to non-resident owner of PH houses: $25 annual dues
Your participation is vital and important to help PHCA track and respond to issues facing the community. Your membership dues help the fund community activities, PHCA neighborhood projects, the Pimmit Hills Dispatch newsletter, and this membership website which is a central resource for our neighborhood and more.