Citizens for a Better City (CBC) was founded in 1959 in order to establish a first-class school system in our newly independent City and to identify quality candidates for City Council and School Board and help them seek election.
Today we are no longer in the campaign business, choosing instead to focus on community issues, supporting quality schools & city services and maintaining our independence as the Little City.
CBC Honors Debbie Hiscott with a 2023 Shout Out Award
In recognition of her exceptional contributions to our Little City, having just recently reached the ten-year milestone serving as the Executive Director of the Falls Church Education Foundation. During this time, she has overseen the development and implementation of innovative programs that have greatly benefitted Falls Church City Public Schools students, teachers, and staff and the community at large. Examples of her remarkable achievements abound, but two stand out: the Super Grants Program, which has funded hundreds of teacher training, professional development, and innovative classroom activities; and, the Family Assistance Fund which, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, has raised more than $200,00 to support hundreds of students and families in need.
CBC Youth Reps
Our Youth Reps program matches the City's high school students with a City Board or Commission which they are interested in serving on. Click here to link to the CBC Youth Representatives Initiative.
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CBC holds monthly meetings of the Ex Comm. ALL members are welcome to attend! Meetings are held the 1st Wednesday of every month.