The McLean Citizens Association is a non-governmental, volunteer organization that has served since 1914 as an unofficial town council for the residents of the McLean Area.
The McLean Hamlet Community Association has a representative on the MCA board of directors
Lewinsville Road Bus to and from McLean Metro Silver Line Station
Fairfax Connector bus number 724 operates on Lewinsville Road to and from the McLean Metro Silver Line station
Service: Weekdays during AM and PM rush hours
Schedule information is here:
Parking at McLean Metro Silver Line Station
There is a privately operated parking lot adjacent to the McLean Metro station
Access to lot is from Scotts Crossing Road
McLean Senior Source (MSS), housed at the McLean Community Center, gives neighbors a friendly, informative resource to learn about the services that they may need but often don't know exist. All McLean residents can contact this wonderful resource, which can provide information to answer questions like:
- I can no longer drive. Who can I call for transportation to my doctors and to do my grocery shopping?
- What activities & groups in McLean could my parents join to meet people in their age group and volunteer with?
- Where can I go to improve my computer skills?
The three ways to reach MSS include:
- Phone: 703-300-1751
- Email: McLeanSeniorSource@gmail.com
- Visit: the McLean Community Center lobby during operating hours, Tues, Wed & Thurs from 10am to 2pm.
Give this new resource a try!
Tuck Sleep, an online community devoted to improving sleep health and wellness, has provided resources to spread awareness of how age and disability can affect our sleep needs. See links below.
Debris, Recycling & Trash
McLean Hamlet residents must arrange for their own pick-up of recycling, garden debris and trash.
Fairfax County does not provide this services in our area.
For the convenience of residents, the Hamlet Board of Directors arranges a large trash item pick-up each fall.
AAA Disposal Service (703-818-8222)
McLean Trash (703-442-7387)