Emergency Road Conditions & Maps


Below you will find information from the Virginia Department of Transportation and Fairfax County detailing various road issues.

VDOT maintains the majority of roads, though, of course, county public safety personnel play a key role in keeping our roads safe, too.

VDOT Road Conditions

When to use this map: For ongoing traffic conditions on interstates such as 66 and 495. You can also call 511.

VDOT 511 map image

County Road Hazards and Closures

When to use this map: To view selected incidents reported to our 9-1-1 center on secondary roads.

County road hazards and closures map image

VDOT Snow Plowing

When to use this map: During or after the storm, monitor VDOT snow plow progress in your neighborhood.

VDOT snow plowing map image

County Emergency Routes

When to use this map: View which roads must be clear at all times for emergency responders.

County emergency route map image

County Roads That Typically Flood

When to use this map: If heavy, lengthy rain is predicted for our area, this map helps identify which roads have a history of standing water or flooding.

County roads that typically flood map image

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