State of Emergency
Fairfax County declares a state of emergency for practical and administrative purposes. A local state of emergency should not alarm residents to evacuate or take other actions than what’s already been shared.
- All roads designated with signs as a “snow emergency route” are enforced – it is unlawful to park any vehicle on an emergency route or to impede traffic.
- A local state of emergency also allows the county to apply for federal/state reimbursements if needed.
- Allows greater coordination with other levels of government and partners.
- There are no active watches, warnings or advisories
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SULLY DISTRICT STATION LARCENIES: 14400 block of Woodmere Court, property and money from residence STOLEN VEHICLES None reported MOUNT VERNON DISTRICT STATION LARCENIES: 8400 block of Fort Hunt Road, candy from school 6300 block of Richmond Highway, wallet from business 7600 block of Richmond Highway, shoes from business STOLEN VEHICLES None reported MCLEAN DISTRICT STATION […]
Our department will be launching a pilot body worn camera program this coming spring, after unanimous approval from the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors this morning. This pilot program will be conducted with all operational uniformed patrol officers from two of our district stations; Mount Vernon and Mason. It will include 230 cameras and last […]
SULLY DISTRICT STATION BRANDISHING/ARREST: 6900 block of Sharpsburg Drive, 11/18/17 around 12 a.m. An ongoing dispute between two men escalated with one pointing a gun at the other. Jorge Sanchez, 48, was arrested and charged with brandishing a firearm. LARCENIES: 5600 block of Faircloth Court, watch from vehicle 5800 block of Watermark Circle, bicycle and […]
As Christmas approaches, children everywhere will be watching the skies for Santa Claus. Here in Fairfax County some very special children won’t have to wait until Christmas Eve. Since 1988, Santa and his elves have been rumbling down the streets of Fairfax County on motorcycles picking up and delivering toys to children in local hospitals. […]
A Fairfax County Public Schools bus driver and aide are facing charges after an 11-year-old boy with autism was assaulted on a school bus twice in one week. The first incident was on October 11 and the second occurred on October 13 on the way to school. A staff member witnessed the […]