Returning Home: Huntington Inspections
Huntington residents whose homes were flooded cannot return to their homes until they are inspected by the Fairfax County Department of Public Works and Environmental Services (DPWES). Inspections will begin after 8 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 9. Huntington residents only can call DPWES at 703-324-1930 0r 703-324-1940, TTY 711, beginning at 8 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 9 for information or questions about the inspections.
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Detectives Charge Woman with Credit Card Crimes Detectives Investigating Death in Herndon Area Fairfax County Recognized as Leader in Improving Neighborhood Communication with Nextdoor SULLY DISTRICT STATION LARCENIES: 5500 block of Stroud Court, cell phones from business STOLEN VEHICLES: None reported MOUNT VERNON DISTRICT STATION ROBBERY: 7100 block of Richmond Highway, 03/24/17, around 1:50 a.m. A man was […]
Maria Renee Garcia West Springfield Police District – Earlier today, detectives from our Financial Crimes Section arrested Maria Renee Garcia, 46, of the 4300 block of Hollowview Court in Fairfax. Our investigation began on March 9, when a victim reported that he had mistakenly left a credit card at an ATM at a banking facility […]
Reston Police District – Detectives from the Crash Reconstruction Unit are investigating an incident that was reported to us around 9 last evening. A 1993 Mazda 626 was found slightly down an embankment along eastbound Hiddenbrook Drive just prior to Dranesville Road. 30-year-old Cory Lee Boback of Sterling was found unconscious and unresponsive behind the […]
Today, the Fairfax County Police Department was recognized as a leader for its efforts in strengthening communication and collaboration amongst neighbors and police to build safer communities on Nextdoor, the private social network for neighborhoods. Since partnering with the neighborhood social network a year ago, Fairfax County has become the fastest growing county using Nextdoor […]
Lieutenant Colonel Tom Ryan talks about Nextdoor We have had a presence on Nextdoor, the private social network for neighborhoods, since February 2016… and it seems in the past year we’ve made quite the impression! Fairfax County has become the fastest growing countywide partnership on Nextdoor in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions. Nextdoor is a social […]