Dues were now $40.00 per year.

On February 5, 1990, Rt. Wor. Charles A. Sinclair, GLE delivered a short talk on “What is Free Masonry”.  At the conclusion, “Charmie” received a standing ovation from the brethren and guests.

Wor. C. Richard Walk, Committee on Masonic Education was introduced and welcomed March 5th, 1990. Bro. Hopkins called attention to the Rough Ashlar and Perfect Ashlar which were presented to the Lodge by Bro. Lawrence Smith. Ashburn Lodge No. 188 gave new chairs to Herndon as a token of their appreciation for the help and support from Herndon.

Prior to the stated communication of Herndon Lodge No. 264 held on May 20, 1991, the members and visitors assembled on the front lawn. Most Worshipful Charles F. Shuler, Grand Master (1971), dedicated the Lodge Identification Monument to Bethel No. 52, IOJD, and the William Herndon Chapter, Order of the DeMolay. Most Worshipful Brother Shuler then presented a plaque to Wor. Robert Shifflett in recognition of his masterful Masonry Labor, in constructing this monument.

In 1997, as Master of Herndon Lodge, Wor. Paul Newhall held the ceremony commemorating the  100 year anniversary of the Lodge.   A special lapel pin was created for this occasion.

In 1999 Douglas L. Jordan a very active member of Herndon lodge and Master in 1984 and PDDGM in 1993 and 1994, served as the Grand High Priest of Royal Masons in Virginia.

In 1999 Wor. Barry Bartley was granted dispensation for the Grand Lodge of Virginia and DC to have the Kilwinning Lodge of Washington, D.C. visit Herndon Lodge and conduct the Master Mason Degree in the Scottish Ritual.