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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.
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On the September edition of the “Connect with County Leaders” podcast, Fairfax County Executive Bryan Hill tackles back-to-school topics, such as increased traffic, school bus safety and the county’s relationship with the school system. He also chats about the county’s strategic plan and the community conversations ongoing this month.
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 30, 2019 Board of Supervisors meeting.
The "Code Talk" podcast is where we discuss building code and its impacts on residents and business owners in Fairfax County.
Here to discuss Wall Bracing is Norm Carlson, supervising combination inspector 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 back-to-school related issues, the county budget and the first ever county strategic plan and its progress.
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 Kevin Crisler, supervisor, Health Department’s Environmental Health Division, about numerous aspects of environmental health.
Learn about the environment in Fairfax County. Listen to the "EnviroPod" podcast.
This edition of the "EnviroPod" podcast features ecologist Danielle Wynne, Stormwater Planning Division, Public Works, talking about the Watershed Education and Outreach group of county employees who partner with the Fairfax County Public Schools to bring environmental education to school children at young ages.
The "Fairfax 50+" podcast features discussions on issues, services and activities of interest to residents 50 and over.
On this edition, Dorothy Keenan and Ron Krouse of an award-winning program called GrandInvolve that arranges for older adult volunteers to mentor and engage children in the county’s elementary schools.
Health and Safety
On this edition of the "Health and Safety" Podcast, learn about National Preparedness Month, FEMA’s latest personal preparedness survey results, smoke alarms, the Health Department’s speech and language services and free text alerts.
News to Use
On this edition of the "News to Use" podcast, learn about National Preparedness Month, speech and language services, Ventures into Volunteering, Chesapeake Bay Resource Protection Areas, Watershed Clean-Up Days, historic Oak Hill and the library’s new Branch Out magazine.
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, Christine goes on vacation and Jessica just might be up to some mischief. Guest co-host and fellow sci-fi aficionado Ted Kavich joins Jessica to read Christine’s decidedly un-science fiction pick "Before You Know Kindness" by Chris Bohjalian. This podcast contains spoilers, so please read the book before listening!