Published in 1973, and from 1975 to 1991, these reports contain summarized information and trends about Fairfax County, including population characteristics, vital statistics data, educational attainment data, employment data, income data, residential and nonresidential characteristics, housing data, transportation data, county revenues and expenditures data, public safety data, and management indicator data. Please note that the geographies contained in the reports have changed over time.
This study reviews food security and access issues in the Fairfax-Falls Church area. Two of the programs that help increase food security for low-income households are examined (SNAP and the Free- and Reduced-Price Lunch Program), as well as, information on hunger collected by surveys of sixth, eighth, tenth and twelfth grade students. In addition, the study examines the access that low-income residents have to food sources.
The 2009 American Community Survey ranked Fairfax County as one of the wealthiest counties in the nation. The headline obscures recent census and other data about the economic challenges faced by a growing number of county residents. The report looks at general trends, the suburbanization of poverty, economic mobility, housing and health care coverage.
Anticipating the Future: A Discussion of Trends - 2006
A report reviewing, forecasting, and identifying the implications of economic and demographic trends in Fairfax County. This report focuses on how those trends are most likely to impact county government services and community needs. Trends are organized around eleven topic areas.
Virginia Health Care Insurance and Access Survey - 2004
This report contains tables describing health insurance coverage rates, the characteristics of the uninsured, the availability of private and public coverage, the stability and adequacy of health coverage, and health care utilization.
A Community Sampler: Immigrant and Refugee Communities with Public School Children - 2000
A report and eight brochures profiling immigrant and refugee communities that speak Spanish, Urdu, Farsi, Korean, Vietnamese, Kurdish, and Somali. This report reviews community strengths, financial wellbeing, employment, educational attainment, family structure and living arrangements, ability to speak English, and community attachment.
This survey provides information about population characteristics, educational attainment, employment, health insurance, mental health, long-term care needs, day care, English proficiency, income, and housing. Conducted jointly by Fairfax County, the City of Fairfax, the City of Falls Church, and the Fairfax-Falls Church United Way.