Board of Supervisors - Chairman

Fairfax County, Virginia



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Jeffrey C. McKay, Chairman


Chairman Jeffrey C. McKay is a lifelong Fairfax County resident, born and raised on the historic Route One Corridor. As Chairman, he represents Fairfax County’s 1.2 million residents. In addition to passing a balanced budget each year, the Board drives policy initiatives centered around priorities such as affordable housing, protecting our environment and sustaining our world-class school system.

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Latest News

Statement from Chairman McKay

January 26, 2022
To the Fairfax County Community, In a 8-1 vote, the Board passed my motion to support the Fairfax County School Board in their decision to require masks in school only until such time as it is safe to not require them. You can read the full item I introduced here. Read more

Statement from Chairman McKay

January 14, 2022
To the Fairfax County Community, On Wednesday, the 2022 session of the General Assembly began and the new state leadership begins their term on Saturday. I want to thank Governor Northam for his service to the Commonwealth and I look forward to finding common ground and working with Governor Youngkin and his administration. While Fairfax County does not introduce laws to the General Assembly, we do work with our legislators to lobby for the needs of our residents, especially during session. This includes opportunities to fund the priorities of local government. With the state having a budget surplus this year, we are hopeful that we can make progress in areas where there are great needs for state investment. Two of these areas include funding for education and mental health. You can see our entire legislative package here. Read more

Statement from Chairman McKay

January 6, 2022
To the Fairfax County Community, A year ago today, our U.S. Capitol was attacked. The violence threatened our Vice President, members of Congress, Senators, police officers, Hill staffers, and the other employees inside that building who work every day on our behalf. Sadly that day, one police officer died, others have since committed suicide, and dozens more still live with the physical and emotional scars. Some of these officers were even part of our Fairfax County community. My thoughts are with their families and friends today. Our trust in the stability of our democratic process was also shaken on January 6. It is important for all of us to remember across the political spectrum, that democracy is something we must always defend. As we move forward, humility, empathy, and listening to one another is how we must come together. While I know that I will never forget what happened on January 6, 2021, we must always remember that our strong democratic values are what makes our country special. Read more

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