Welcome to the Sully District! Our district runs from Herndon to Chantilly, to Centreville, and includes many great neighborhoods in between. Below you will find information about our libraries, parks, schools, and much more.
5714 Mt. Gilead Road, Centreville
The Friends of Historic Centreville hold a festival every year at Historic Centreville Park in October. The family-friendly event includes: a pet pageant, kid's rides, a parade, and much more.
5875 Trinity Parkway, Centreville
The Starlight Drive-in Cinema is part of the Park Authority's Summer Entertainment Series. These free movie nights bring the community together and nurture community spirit with movies that appeal to both children and adults. Feel free to bring a picnic, blanket,chairs, and enjoy the movies.
Fairfax County has an excellent public school system, which includes many wonderful programs. As the 10th largest school division in the United States, Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) serves a diverse student population of more than 189,000 students in grades pre-kindergarten through 12.
The Sully District Representative on the Fairfax County School Board is Stella Pekarsky.
Fairfax County launched an application called "My Neighborhood Report" that allows users to discover information about their surrounding neighborhood. You can use this app to find the assigned elementary, middle, and high school for your area.
5040 Walney Road, Chantilly
Visitors will find a unique experience whether visiting to bird watch, hike, exercise, discover the natural and cultural history of the land, picnic, participate in organized sports, attend an educational program, or just relax.
3650 Historic Sully Way, Chantilly
Completed in 1799 by Richard Bland Lee, Northern Virginia's first Representative to Congress, the main house at Sully combines aspects of Georgian and Federal architecture. Guided tours highlight early 19th century life.
5714 Mt. Gilead Road, Centreville
The Centreville Historic Park is a collection of five parcels totaling 14.4 acres. The park contains a variety of historic elements including: the Mt. Gilead House, Civil War era earthworks, and an original 1935 Sears catalog house.
4630 Stonecroft Boulevard, Chantilly
Cub Run RECenter is a 65,000 sq. ft. facility that includes a 4,860 sq. ft. leisure pool that features two water slides and a water playground, a 9,600 sq. ft. fitness center, and two multi-purpose rooms.
14426 Albemarle Point Place, Chantilly
At the Sully Senior Center, older adults (50 and over) come to pursue fitness goals, hobbies, learn new skills, make new friends, and to just plain have fun.
Every day of the week there are activities and educational programs at both Chantilly and Centreville Regional Libraries. You can learn about new technologies or join a book discussion group.
14200 St. Germain Drive, Centreville
The Centreville Regional Library opened on May 18, 1992. The 30,00 sq. ft. building houses over 130,000 items, including collections in Spanish and Korean as well as materials for learning English.
4000 Stringfellow Road, Chantilly
The Chantilly Regional Library opened on January 7, 1995. The library has become an integral part of the community and highlights dynamic preschool, school age, and teen services.
Fairfax County launched an application called "My Neighborhood Report" that allows users to discover information about their surrounding neighborhood. You can use this app to find your nearest police and fire station.
If the Fairfax 1 helicopter is circling your neighborhood it is on a mission. You can contact the Fairfax County Department of Public Safety Communications at 703-691-2131 and they will tell you what type of mission the helicopter is on. Recent missions are posted on their website, which is updated at least once a week.
If you need your fingerprints taken, you may visit the Central Records office, during regular business hours. Please note that Central Records does not provide blank fingerprint cards. You will need to bring one with you and it must be printed on card stock. A $10 fee is charged for printing the first card. A fee of $5 is charged for the printing of each additional card.
Reportable Crash Reports:
Reportable crashes are crashes which occur on public property that involve, death, personal injury, or property damage of $1,500.00 or more. If you need to obtain a crash report you need to be: the driver or passenger involved in the crash, injured person/pedestrian/bicyclist involved in the crash, property/vehicle owner, or an attorney and/or insurance agent representing the drive or property owner. The Police Department transitioned to TREDS during the months of January through May 2017. During the transition period, some reportable crash reports (FR300P) were documented in the department's record management system. Upon request, they will provide reportable crash reports that were entered into the system prior to May 1, 2017. All reportable crashes after May 1, 2017 will be documented in TREDS and will only be available through the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles.
Non-Reportable Crash Reports:
Non-reportable crashes are hit and run crashes on public property with less than $1,500.00; crashes occurring on private property and involving death, or personal injury. Crashes that are not reportable to the Commonwealth of Virginia may be documented in the department's record management system. To obtain a non-reportable crash report you can make the request in writing or in person at the Central Records office. There is no fee for a non-reportable crash report for drivers, passengers, property owners, or injured persons. All others must pay a $5 fee.
4500 West Ox Road, Fairfax
The Fairfax County Animal Shelter is the county's only open-access, municipal shelter. The shelter provides a safe-haven for dogs, cats, and small animals. Check out the available animals.
Looking for a lost pet? Check the list of stray animals currently housed at the Fairfax County Animal Shelter.
Operating hours are 7:00 a.m. to one half-hour after sunset, Monday through Friday. On weekends and federal holidays, the hours are 8:00 a.m. to one half-hour after sunset.
Rock Hill District Park
15150 Old Lee Road, Chantilly
Capacity: 90 dogs
Special Features: Separate area for small dogs (under 25 lbs.)
State law and County ordinance require dogs and cats four months of age and older to be vaccinated. The Animal Shelter holds Reduced Cost Rabies Clinics for dogs and cats throughout the year, at various locations including the Sully District Governmental Center.
All dogs four months of age or older must be licensed in Fairfax County. Licenses are good for the calendar year issued and expire on December 31. New licenses must be purchases by January 31.
The Animal Protection Police Officers are trained law enforcement officers that are responsible for enforcing county ordinances and state laws that pertain to animals and their treatment.
What to report and how to make a report:
Call the Fairfax County Police non-emergency dispatch number at 703-691-2131 to report:
- Dog bites
- Animal cruelty or neglect
- Sick or injured wildlife
- Human exposure/encounter with potentially rabid wildlife
Fairfax County has a personal property tax and a local registration fee. This is separate from the state registration fee paid to the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles.
New residents or those registering a vehicle with the County for the first time must file a car tax registration form within 60 days after purchase or entry into the County to avoid a late filing penalty. You can also register your vehicle online.
You should receive your bill no later than 30 days prior to the due date. If you have not received your bill, please contact the Department of Tax Administration at 703-222-8234 or by email at DTARCD@fairfaxcounty.gov.
Important Due Dates:
- February 15 - Car Tax payment due for vehicles purchased or moved into the County on or after July 1 of the prior year.
- May 1 - Deadline to report changes in vehicle ownership and address for renewals and to file on boats, trailers, and mobile homes.
- October 5 - Car Tax and boat, trailer, and mobile home property tax payment due.
Real estate taxes are due in two installments. You should receive your bill no later than 30 days prior to the due date. Please note that you will not receive a real estate tax bill if your taxes are paid by your mortgage company. If you have not received your assessment notice or bill, please contact the Department of Tax Administration at 703-222-8234 or by email at DTARCD@fairfaxcounty.gov.
Important Due Dates:
- End of February - Annual Real Estate Assessment notices are mailed
- First Week of April - Deadline to file real estate assessment appeals with the Department of Tax Administration
- By May 1 - Real Estate Tax Rate set by Board of Supervisors
- June 1 - Deadline to file real estate assessment appeals with the Board of Equalization
- July 28 - First installment Real Estate Tax payment due
- December 5 - Second installment Real Estate Tax payment due