The children attend Centerville Elementary, Brandon Middle School, and Tallwood High School. Each of these schools are SOL accredited. Tallwood High School is the home of the Global Studies and World Languages Academy. It is currently ranked #1560 nationally and #39 in Virginia by U.S. News and World Reports earning Tallwood a silver medal.
Charlestowne Area Civic League is a VOLUNTEER organization. CACL sponsors activities like the Holiday Celebration and Santa Parade, Spring Picnic, National Night Out, Neighborhood Yard.
The owner of Extra Mile Lawn Care, Justin Swoveland, has donated mulch to our community sign areas in exchange for a shout-out to the neighborhood..
Speeding and traffic issues continue to cause problems in our neighborhood, especially along Beaufain Blvd. The speed limit is 25 mph throughout our area. Beaufain.
A Little Free Library has been installed at Charlestowne East Park. A Little Free Library is a “take a book, return a book” free book.
Exercise proper waste disposal practices when cleaning out attics, garages and sheds. Regular bagged household trash can be placed in city-provided trash carts. Place containers.
The Charlestowne Area Civic League is a group of volunteers that promotes community pride and spirit by organizing community events, encouraging the sharing of information by publishing a newsletter and website, and beautifying the neighborhood by maintaining the seasonal plantings around our community signs.
- Holiday Celebration and Santa Parade
- National Night Out
- Neighborhood Watch
- Neighborhood Newsletter
- Neighborhood Cleanup Days
- Neighborhood Picnic
- Lost Pet Advertisement
- Community Yard Sale
- Seasonal Plantings around community signs
The purpose of the Civic League is to enhance the quality of life and to promote a cohesive community of residents and institutions & government.
Permanently protect parks from development and encourage public enjoyment of them as well as use them for the benefit of the entire community.