Naturally Occurring Asbestos in Fairfax County Virginia


Naturally occurring asbestos (NOA) has been mapped in approximately 11 square miles of Fairfax County, which includes a part of Fairfax City. Asbestos-bearing bedrock is interspersed in the underlying Green Stone Rock Formations of the bedrock. Surface exposure of these bedrock formations is rare.

For the most specific information, visit Fairfax County's Digital Map Viewer. The official county soils map type to select that provides NOA information is 'Soils – Official 2011'.

Map of potential NOA areas in Fairfax County and City PDF icon.
County map of potential NOA by Tax Map Grid number PDF icon. Tax Map numbers describe areas in the county that contain potential NOA.

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