Arlington Civic Association

Aurora Hills

Website: http://aurorahighlands.org/index.html


Aurora Highlands is a residential neighborhood in Arlington, Virginia, established in 1910. It is an eclectic community of single family homes, duplexes, townhouses, condominiums, apartments, and thriving commercial areas, with restaurants and entertainment within walking distance. It is located just across the Potomac River from Washington, DC, near the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.

Aurora Highlands comprises Virginia Highlands, Addison Heights, and Aurora Hills subdivisions. The neighborhood is bounded by Army-Navy Drive on the north, S. Glebe Road to the south, Eads Street on the east, and Joyce Street to the west. The map shows the area.

Many residents take Metro to work and to tourist attractions in Washington , D.C. Several major highways are just a few blocks from Aurora Highlands : I-395, George Washington Parkway , and Route 1, the Jeff Davis Highway.

The nearest Metro stops are Pentagon City and Crystal City. Both the Blue and Yellow lines stop at these stations.

Schools:

E: Oakridge M: Gunston H: Wakefield

Parks

Nina Park-pre-school age playground, no pets allowed

Eads Park-multi-use field, school age playground

Nelly Custis Park-school age playground

Virginia Highlands Park-lighted artificial turf soccer field, lighted baseball fields (locked - accessible by permit only), multi-use fields, school age playground, pre-school age playground, lighted tennis courts, lighted basketball courts, and volleyball court

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