Fairfax County Police Department

CONTACT INFORMATION: 24/7 Emergency Response; Office and Program Hours Vary
703-691-2131 TTY 711 (Non-Emergency)
12099 Government Center Parkway
Fairfax, VA 22035
Kevin Davis
Chief of Police

Report An Inoperable Vehicle

Welcome to the Fairfax County Police Department, Impound Office, Inoperative Vehicle Reporting Page

The Police Impound Officer handles inoperable vehicles that are on private property (i.e. a junk car in someone’s yard) Inoperative vehicles parked on PUBLIC STREETS are parking violations and should be reported to Parking Enforcement by calling 703-691-2131 or emailing the location and description to: FCPDparkingenforcement@fairfaxcounty.gov

When an inoperable vehicle is found on private property, the offender is given a 30 day warning in order to comply with the code. If the vehicle remains in violation after the 30 day period the offender will be given a 10 day notice of violation. If they disregard the notice of violation criminal enforcement action is taken. Due to the large the volume of complaints it will take longer than the minimum required by code and policy in order to bring charges and tow a vehicle. The Impound Officer makes every attempt to seek voluntary compliance as soon as possible.

The Impound Officer will investigate your complaint and no further action is required on your part.

Should you need to follow up after completing this form you can contact the impound office at 703-280-0716 or by email at FCPDjunkvehicle@fairfaxcounty.gov

Please enter your information (Labels with an "*" are required information.)
Address of Violation *
Include Steet Address, City, State, and Zipcode
Number of Vehicles *
Description of Vehicle(s) *
Complainant's Name All complaintant information is kept confidential by law
Contact Phone Number (703-999-9999)
Complainant's E-Mail Address
Additional Comments
Comments or additional information that may assist the Police Impound Officer

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