The Reston Community Center creates positive leisure experiences which enhance the quality of life for all people living and working in greater Reston by:
Each year we offer more than 1,800 programs, trips, events, and services to the residents of Small District 5 at greatly subsidized rates. To view a five- minute presentation of RCC programs, click here.
The Reston Community Center is governed by a nine member Board that is appointed by the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors after the residents and businesses of Small District 5 express their preferences in an annual poll. The Board of Governors is responsible for establishing Center policy, representing the Community Center before the public, soliciting input concerning program balance, conducting public hearings, and providing fiscal oversight of the Community Center and its programs. Click here to learn more about the RCC Board of Governors.
The Reston Community Center is a Fairfax County agency funded by the tax revenues of Small District 5. The current tax rate is $0.047 per $100 of assessed property value of all residential and commercial property in Small District 5. These tax revenues fund the operation of the Reston Community Center for Reston residents at greatly subsidized rates.
The Reston Community Center is completely accessible to persons with disabilities and will provide reasonable accommodations in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
The Reston Community Center has two facilities:
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