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photo of board room Board of Supervisors Meetings September 9, 2014  Watch Video

Tune in to The Board of Supervisors meetings for live gavel-to-gavel coverage, including presentations and public hearings. All Board of Supervisors meetings are closed captioned for the hearing impaired. (CC)

For more information on the Board of Supervisors, including agendas and schedules, visit the Board of Supervisors Web page.

To view recent Board of Supervisors meetings visit the Channel 16 - Board of Supervisors Meetings page.


In The Spotlight...

 

county magazine logo  County Magazine  Watch Video
Discover the best way to prepare in the event of an emergency or disaster. Find out about a tool to help protect your child's privacy online, and we'll tell you if your child is ready to stay home alone. Learn about Sickle Cell and why donations of blood are so vital to people with this disease. Take a sneak peek behind the scenes of the 2015 World Police and Fire Games and come on a shopping trip with the Office of the Sheriff as they help homeless children get ready for school.



phot of houses Personal Property Taxes   Watch Video
Get detailed information about how personal property is assessed in Fairfax County, how taxes are determined, what the county's billing cycle is, and what your payment options are. This program also explains the procedure for filing an appeal, and gives referral information for residents needing additional information.



30th Anniversary logo Channel 16 30th Anniversary  Watch Video
Channel 16 celebrates its 30th anniversary with a look back at the channel's history. Since televising the first Board of Supervisors Meeting on September 10, 1984, Channel 16 has produced over 24,000 hours of original programming that has helped to bring county government home through television.





photo of fire fighters in fire Preparing for All Hazards: Family Emergency Preparedness  Watch Video
Northern Virginia is not an exception to disasters; our community is prone to flooding, tornadoes, fires, and blizzards. Disasters can happen anytime, in any place, without warning. Learn how to assemble your own survival kit and develop your own communication and evacuation plan in case of an emergency.





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