As the Community-wide Energy and Climate Action Plan is developed, each of the nine districts in Fairfax County will be represented by a Focus Group composed of community members nominated by their Supervisors who have demonstrated interest in energy and climate issues. These Focus Groups will support the development process by commenting on materials and proposals and providing input on behalf of their communities.
The Focus Groups will meet in person to kick off the process in early January. Following the initial kickoff meetings, each Focus Group will determine their preferred method of operation, with possibilities ranging from entirely virtual meetings or a hybrid approach that includes a mixture of virtual activity and in-person meetings, to entirely in-person meetings. Specific information about how the virtual, hybrid and in-person group operating models can be found here.
Meeting information and materials will be posted in each Focus Group section below as they become available.