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Fairfax County produces a number of podcasts, giving you the opportunity to listen to county news and information while you're on the go. Listen and subscribe to your favorite podcast - or all of them - and stay informed about Fairfax County.

For county news 24/7, listen online to Fairfax County Government Radio.

Featured Podcast

Fairfax County Executive Bryan Hill is featured on this month's podcast. Listen in to hear him discuss the recent shooting in Virginia Beach, updates on the county’s strategic plan and its progress, as well as county reorganizations and changes effective July 1.

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Board of Supervisors Highlights

The "Board of Supervisors Highlights" podcast features actions from the lastest Fairfax County Board of Supervisors meeting.

On this edition, hear highlights of action from the July 16, 2019 Board of Supervisors meeting.

Code Talk

The "Code Talk" podcast is where we discuss building code and its impacts on residents and business owners in Fairfax County.

Here to discuss the Virginia Daycare Licensure process is Nick Kavanagh, technical support supervisor, and Maryia Lackansingh, a building plan reviewer with the Building Division of Land Development Services.

Connect with County Leaders

"Connect with County Leaders" is a monthly opportunity to meet and connect with Fairfax County leaders and learn more about the latest county news, specific programs and services.

Fairfax County Executive Bryan Hill is featured on this month's podcast. Listen in to hear him discuss the recent shooting in Virginia Beach, updates on the county’s strategic plan and its progress, as well as county reorganizations and changes effective July 1.

County Conversation

The "County Conversation" podcast features Fairfax County Government employees and subject matter experts discussing programs, services and items of interest to residents.

On this edition of "County Conversation," host Jim Person talks with Jesse Habourn, Fairfax County Health Department Office of Emergency Preparedness and Response, about the July Capital Fortitude exercise and the need for volunteers, as well as the role of emergency preparedness and planning within the Health Department.

EnviroPod

Learn about the environment in Fairfax County. Listen to the "EnviroPod" podcast.

This edition of the "EnviroPod" podcast features Joan Allen, Urban Forest Management Division, talking about the Spotted Lanternfly, an invasive pest from the Far East that is a threat to agriculture in Virginia particularly apples, grapes and hops.

Fairfax 50+

The "Fairfax 50+" podcast features discussions on issues, services and activities of interest to residents 50 and over.

On this edition, Ron Shapiro, a retired Fairfax County English teacher and Memoir Writing instructor, discusses memoir writing.

Health and Safety

On this edition of the "Health and Safety" Podcast, learn about free smoke alarms, floods and flood insurance, National Night Out and staying safe while enjoying the grill this summer.

News to Use

On this edition of the "News to Use" podcast, learn about National Night Out, another Fairfax County podcast, summer movies at the Starlight Drive-In Cinema and daily audio news from Fairfax County on your smart speaker.

You're Making Me Read What?!?

Library Director Jessica Hudson and Deputy Director Christine Jones are librarians who love a great book but never agree on what makes a book great.

In this episode, Jessica picks "The Travelling Cat Chronicles" by Hiro Arikawa. This podcast contains spoilers, so please read the book before listening!