Here are addresses for Fairfax County facilities
and locations... Government
Center, Herrity and Pennino buildings, courts, Board of Supervisors
offices, Police, and more ...
Visit the History Commission Web page and choose what you would
like to look at ...
Here you will find some basic information and
statistics on the County. How to register to vote. Vehicle
registration. Enroll your children in school. Get Dog tags.
Trash and Recycling. Courts and Government. Taxation. And
Location, hours, events and facility reservations
for Fairfax County's community rooms and recreation centers,
senior centers, FASTRAN, programs for persons with disabilities
and teen centers.
Information on the criminal justice system,
Circuit Court, General District, court officials, Juvenile
and Domestic Relations District Court, Public Law Library, and address and
phone number to the Fairfax County Courthouse.
Statistics on Land Use, Population, Incomes,
Businesses, Maps and Publications.
Contact numbers for general road maintenance,
HOV information, snow removal, street lights, license and
permits, road maps, construction, rezoning, traffic counts,
handicap parking, public transportation and much more...
The Fairfax County History Commission was
established in 1969. The commission helps identify,
document, record, and preserve our county's historic past
here in Northern Virginia. Our commission's 20 members are
appointed by the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, and meets
on the first Wednesday of every month.
Information on numerous programs, boards, agencies,
events and reports. A helpful resource for many constituents'
Locations, hours of operation, reference resources,
library card applications, reserve and loan policies. Also
contains numerous links to interesting and educational sites.
Any motor vehicle normally garaged, stored,
or parked in the county or on a United States military base
within the geographic boundaries of the county and registered
in this state or any other jurisdiction whose sole owner is
on full-time active duty in the military service absent from
his state of residence or domicile. Required documentation:
state registration, proof of domicile, and photo ID. See additional information from Fort Belvoir.
An information resource for Fairfax County residents and community associations.
Location, events and information and volunteer
programs for our beautiful public parks.
Learn how to protect yourself, and your home and business from crime, and about
Neighborhood Watch programs, child safety tips, alcohol and
Fairfax County departments of police, fire and
rescue, sheriff, emergency management, animal control and animal
Schools and centers addresses and phone numbers.
Area offices and lunch menus, enrollments, boundaries and school
Environmental information, gypsy moths, building
construction forms, codes and links. Site construction forms,
codes and links, and the expedited building plan review program.
Real estate taxes, personal property taxes (car
decal/sticker), and business license taxes. Information on property
auctions, tax forms, dog tags, tax calendars, and more...