Ask Fairfax! is a way for you and our county staff to engage in online discussions about key topics in our community.
Here’s how it works:
Choose a topic and submit your question. Questions may be submitted in advance and they will be answered live for up to one hour on the specified date; live questions may be asked during that hour, too.
- Due to time constraints and volume, we may not answer all questions.
- Keep it clean; questions that include vulgar or disparaging language will not be answered.
- If similar questions are submitted, we will choose the one that best represents the spirit of the question.
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|Pledge to Prepare for National Preparedness Month||Fairfax County has experienced a variety of unexpected emergencies in the past few years – an earthquake, hurricane, tropical storm, tornado and a derecho storm all affected the area. September is National Preparedness month, which is the perfect time to prepare yourself, your family and your workplace. Bruce McFarlane and Whitney Kazragis from the Office of Emergency Management will be available to answer questions about recent emergencies and to share best practices for emergency preparedness on Wednesday, Sept. 17 at 11 a.m.||
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