Generally, if a road has a route number associated with it (ex: Fairfax County Parkway - Route 286), it is maintained by the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT). This includes most primary and secondary roads in the county. Maintenance includes potholes; traffic signals and signs (except street name signs); trees/branches; roadside ditches, curbs and gutters; and snow removal.
Other Major Roads
VDOT does not maintain all major roads in the area, however. If you see maintenance issues on the following major roads:
Fairfax County Maintained Roads
Very few miles of public roadway are maintained by Fairfax County.
Private and HOA Roads
Many private roads are maintained by businesses, apartment/condo complexes, homeowner/civic associations or residents.
12000 Government Center Pkwy
Fairfax, VA 22035