Providence District

Contact Supervisor Linda Q. Smyth

 Supervisor Linda Q. Smyth
Supervisor Linda Q. Smyth

Where is Providence District?

Communities included in the Providence District generally include Merrifield, Oakton, Tysons Corner and Vienna.

Road and Snow information

With the upcoming change of seasons to colder weather, snow and ice are always a possibility. The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) treat and plow all state-maintained roadways. Below are a few links you may find helpful during the winter weather season., is a new interactive portal for interactive mapping and publications. It allows you to see projects, pavement conditions, traffic volumes, snow maps, crashes and much, much more., gives you the latest traffic and road conditions in Virginia. You can also call 511 from any land line or mobile phone to get information or download the 511 app on iOS or Android devices., shows you the status of plowing in northern Virginia neighborhoods. Residents can enter their address and a color-coded map shows whether plowing is underway, completed or not yet started in their neighborhood.



VDOT I-66 road project

The Virginia Department of Transportation and the Department of Rail and Public Transportation (DRPT) have been working on a project to help alleviate congestion on a 25 mile stretch of Interstate 66, from Route 15 in Haymarket to I-495 in Fairfax. Stay up to date on the latest information as well as find all documents and meeting materials on VDOT’s webpage at



Providence Community Center

The walls are going up on the Providence Community Center, located on Vaden Drive near the Vienna Metro. The construction of our community center is part of the commitments proffered by the developers of MetroWest, which adjoins the Vienna Metro Station. When it is completed, the community center will include a full size gym, meeting rooms, recreational facilities, space for police, a precinct polling place, and a new office for the Providence District Supervisor. The county's Department of Neighborhood and Community Services (NCS) will offer a wide variety of activities for participants of all ages.  NCS is actively seeking citizen input as they plan activities to meet community needs.  They are also looking to partner with local organizations to enhance program offerings.  To provide input on the program design or to partner with NCS, please contact Chris Scales at 703-787-4990, TTY 711. For more information on the Providence Community Center or to see pictures of the progress please visit







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