First Colony Community Services Association (FCCSA) is dependent on member volunteers for assistance in making our community a great place to live. FCCSA has many committees to help do just that. So why should you volunteer?

  • You have a vested interest in your investment. By becoming involved with your community association, you can take an active role in maintaining property values and ensuring your community’s quality of living.
  • Continue your education. As human beings, we never stop learning. Going behind the scenes to see how things operate is one of the greatest educational experiences available.
  • Express your creativity. Our individuality is what makes the world go ’round, as they say. Even when serving your community, you can find ways to express yourself.
  • Serving allows you to get out and socialize and network with your neighbors.
  • Like to solve problems? 

Neighborhood Representatives

Neighborhood Representatives are a vital communication link between First Colony Community Association (FCCA) and their neighborhoods. Representatives help create a sense of community. Representatives are elected annually by the members in their neighborhoods and serve a one-year term. Each separate neighborhood may have up to three (3) elected Representatives. They are elected by their neighborhood members. A Representative should attend Neighborhood Rep meetings (usually four (4) per year) hosted by FCCSA. They share information from these meetings with their neighbors. A neighborhood rep can also plan and organize special neighborhood events (i.e. ice cream socials, National Night Out), participate in the welcome wagon program for new residents, oversee the use of neighborhood voluntary contributiions, create a distribution e-mail list for their subdivision to help keep their neighbors informed, participate in Yard of the Month Program and more.