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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 an archive of all county podcasts, visit our Soundcloud page.
For county news 24/7, listen online to Fairfax County Government Radio.
The “Connect with County Leaders” podcast with your host Bryan Hill, Fairfax County Executive, is a monthly opportunity to hear the county executive discuss opportunities, priorities, and issues with various leaders from around Fairfax County. On this edition of “Connect with County Leaders,” CEX Hill connects with Tony Skinn, head coach of the George Mason University (GMU) men’s basketball team.
Board of Supervisors Highlights
The "Board of Supervisors Highlights" podcast features news and actions from the latest Fairfax County Board of Supervisors meeting.
On this edition, hear highlights of action from the Sept. 12, 2023, Board of Supervisors meeting.
Charlas semanales sobre temas importantes para la comunidad.
Carla Paredes Gómez, supervisora de bienestar y compromise comunitario del Departamento de Salud del condado de Fairfax, entrevista a Josh Smith, supervisor de salud ambiental del Programa de insectos que transmiten enfermedades, sobre cómo los residentes pueden prevenir las enfermedades transmitidas por garrapatas y mosquitos este verano.
Connect with County Leaders
The “Connect with County Leaders” podcast with your host Bryan Hill, Fairfax County Executive, is a monthly opportunity to hear the county executive discuss opportunities, priorities, and issues with various leaders from around Fairfax County.
On this edition of “Connect with County Leaders,” CEX Hill connects with Tony Skinn, head coach of the George Mason University (GMU) men’s basketball team.
The “County Conversation,” a podcast featuring employees and subject matter experts from the Fairfax County Government discussing programs, services and items of interest to residents of Fairfax County.
This edition of the podcast features Emily Swenson, head of Volunteer Solutions in the Department of Family Services, talking about the importance of volunteers and volunteering, DFS’ Volunteer Solutions, and the upcoming Venture into Volunteering Fair.
Learn about the environment in Fairfax County. Listen to the "EnviroPod" podcast. The latest installment of EnviroPod (Ep. 42) features a discussion about the Compost Outpost Pilot Program with Matt Adams and Keith Ferrell of Solid Waste Management, DPWES.
Health and Safety
On this edition of the “NewsCenter” podcast, learn about the 2022 Rental Housing Complex Analysis, batting cages at Braddock Park, personal property taxes, an upcoming dementia conference and enjoying fall at our farmers markets.
Fairfax County's Scam Slams highlight the latest scam with Martin Bailey, a member of the Northern Virginia AARP Fraud Watch Network, the Virginia Senior Medicare Patrol and Fairfax County’s Silver Shield Task Force. On this edition of the Scam Slam audio series, Martin addresses scammers impersonating well-known companies recruiting for fake jobs on LinkedIn and other job platforms.
If you believe you have been the victim of a scam: Call the Fairfax County Police Non-Emergency Line at 703-691-2131, TTY 711.
For free in-person or virtual fraud presentations, email your request to email@example.com with “Fraud Presentation” in the subject line.
Unscripted: Conversations about Sexual and Domestic Violence
Unscripted: Conversations about Sexual and Domestic Violence is a podcast featuring employees and subject matter experts from Domestic and Sexual Violence Services and partner organizations discussing all aspects of interpersonal violence, plus solutions and resources for support for residents of Fairfax County.
On this edition of Unscripted, host Kendra Lee talks with Sarah Freeman, licensed professional counselor with Domestic and Sexual Violence Services; Jennifer Perkins, ADAPT counselor, also with DSVS; and Marcus Garr, Parenting Education Programs Supervisor, Children Youth and Families Prevention Programs in the Department of Family Services, about parenting after domestic violence.
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, in pursuit of following a specific audiobook narrator, Christine makes a surprising pick, "The Abortion: An Historical Romance 1966" by Richard Brautigan. Will Jessica ever forgive Christine for this book?