About Us

The Hume Springs neighborhood is named after a spring that once stood on the property of Mr Frank Hume and was eventually dismantled and buried under ground after the turn of the 20th century.  It was common for Mr Hume to entertain wealthy guests from across Potomac River who were looking for a country escape at his Warwick Estate.  The spring fed into Four Mile Run stream which now separates the City of Alexandria and Arlington County.  The last remaining natural portion of this stream can be seen between Hume Springs houses and the Cora Kelly School playground.


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Our Board

Sean Sweeney

Amy Dalebout

Hal Morgan

Ashley Kraus


The Hume Springs Civic Association represents the neighborhood on various Alexandria development initiatives and elevates the feedback and concerns of our neighborhood. Download and view the HSCA bylaws below:  

HSCA Bylaws
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Past Officers and Senior Members

Past Presidents

Clark Rachfal
Sydney Daigle

Colleen Stover

Glenda Davis

Past Vice-Presidents

Sydney Daigle

Lizzy McErlean


Past Treasurers

Richard Pantoja

Josh & Rachel Baer

Muhammad Amin



Past Secretaries

Colleen Funkhouser



Past Historians

Betty King

Brenda Smith



Alexandria Council Member Willie F. Bailey Sr.

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