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Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Got (Old) Paint?

Image courtesy of flickr user FrAntknee

The Ivy Materials Utilization Center (MUC) will now offer paint collection on a daily basis in order to better serve their customers’ needs and eliminate long lines at their Fall and Spring Household Hazardous Waste days. The Rivanna Solid Waste Authority (RSWA) board approved this change on June 28th, 2016 and began accepting paint August 3rd. For full details go to their Paint Collection page at

Monday, May 9, 2016

May FSNA Meeting Cancelled

The monthly Fry's Spring Neighborhood Association Meeting for Wednesday, May 11th has been cancelled. Members of the neighborhood are encouraged to attend a town hall meeting hosted by Delegate David Toscano at Johnson Elementary School at 5:30 the same evening. The Daily Progress has a short description of the event.

We'll see you at June's meeting on the 8th.

Monday, April 18, 2016

Fry's Spring Neighborhood's History Explored

On Sunday, April 17th Preservation Piedmont led a discussion and walking tour related to the history of the Fry's Spring neighborhood. In addition, three generous Jefferson Park Circle residents opened up their houses to the tour. Many thanks to the homeowners, Preservation Piedmont and the Fry's Spring Beach Club.

Preservation Piedmont presented the Fry's Spring Neighborhood Association with an award recognizing the FSNA's effort supporting the designation of the neighborhood as an historic district.

FSNA President Jeff Greer Receives Award from Preservation Piedmont President Jean Hiatt

Exploring the Spring That Gives Our Neighborhood Its Name

Thursday, April 7, 2016

Explore Historic Fry's Spring with Preservation Piedmont

On Sunday, April 17, Preservation Piedmont will celebrate the Fry's Spring Historic District with a neighborhood walking and home tour from 1-4pm.

We will park and gather at the Fry's Springs Beach Club at 1pm for light refreshments and remarks on the history of the club and neighborhood. We will then take a brief look at the spring before walking to Jefferson Park Circle to see a few of the fascinating homes built in the early 20th century.

Learn more about the Fry's Spring neighborhood's history on the City's Fry's Spring Historic District page