Welcome to the Potomac Falls Homeowners Association (PFHA), a voluntary organization of homeowners in the Potomac Falls neighborhood of Potomac, Maryland.
IN THE NEWS
Potomac Falls resident, Terri Carr was featured in the March 22, 2016 edition of the Potomac Almanac discussing her cooking school, Terri's Table.
Potomac Falls was voted by Bethesda Magazine readers to be "The Best Neighborhood for Having Your Own Space" in the January 2013 issue.
"Each of the 262 homes in Potomac Falls sits on a two- to four-acre lot, and the neighborhood's western border is the C&O National Park. Add long driveways and man-made lakes between some properties, and residents of this neighborhood off Falls Road in Potomac need only see their neighbors when they want to."
Potomac Falls was featured in Washington Post's Where We Live section on Dec. 21, 2012.
"When you ask Potomac Falls residents why they moved to the neighborhood in Potomac, they’ll probably tell you they were drawn to the huge lots - each house sits on two or more acres - and proximity to the C&O Canal National Historical Park, which serves as its western boundary. If you were to ask longtime Potomac Falls residents why they have remained in the neighborhood - in some cases for multiple generations - they’d tell you it’s because their neighbors are warm, social and convivial..."