Office of the County Executive
The Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department
The Fairfax County General District Court
The Fairfax County Police Department
Fairfax County Office of the Sheriff
Dominion Hospital – has operated continuously as a mental health hospital for 30 years. Today, Dominion provides 24-hour care 7 days a week for children, adolescents, adults and senior adults.
Inova Fairfax Hospital – is a 753-bed regional medical center.
Inova Fair Oaks Hospital – is a 160-bed community hospital serving the rapidly growing suburbs in western Fairfax and eastern Loudoun counties.
Inova Fairfax Hospital for Children – As Northern Virginia’s only pediatric tertiary care center, Inova Fairfax Hospital for Children provides the highest level of care for our patients.
Capital Hospice – we now offer expanded services to patients and families in need of end-of-life care in Northern Virginia, Washington DC and Suburban Maryland.
Reston Hospital – welcome to Reston Hospital, your online link to our medical facilities serving western Fairfax and eastern Loudoun Counties.
Lake Accotink Park – 493 acres includes a 55-acre lake, wetlands and streams offering unique views of waterfowl and marsh life. Facilities and activities vary with the season and include canoe, boat rentals, fishing, tour-boat rides, boat launch, bait and tackle sales, hiking/biking trail and play fields.
Frying Pan Park – preserves and interprets a rural community setting in a suburban environment for the educational, cultural and recreational enrichment of the citizens and visitors of Fairfax County.
Great Falls Grange Park – is located at 9818 Georgetown Pike in Great Falls. The park, in the heart of Great Falls, has baseball/softball fields, a picnic area with pavilion, and a small tot lot.
Green Spring Garden Park – is a 27-acre park located in Alexandria, Virginia, just a few minutes travel from the Nation’s Capitol. Through its gardens and educational programming, Green Spring advances the awareness and practice of gardening in Metropolitan Washington, DC.
The Turner Farm – 52-acre park is located on the site of a former dairy farm. The land was saved from development by a public/private partnership started in 1994 to “Save-the-Farm.”
Colvin Run Mill Historic Site – was acquired by the Fairfax County Park Authority for the preservation of Colvin Run Mill and its associated historic buildings, and for the enjoyment and education of visitors. It has been open to the public since 1972.
Sully Historic Site – reflects the history of Fairfax County. Completed in 1799 by Richard Bland Lee, the main house at Sully combines aspects of Georgian and Federal architecture.
Hidden Oaks Nature Center The Park is rich in history. While strolling through the woods, visitors can view a railroad embankment built just before the Civil War.
Huntley Meadows Park – is a rich, natural island in the suburban sea of Northern Virginia. Its 1,425 acres harbor majestic forests, wildflower-speckled meadows and vast wetlands bursting with life.
Fairfax County Public Library
Fairfax Law Library
FASTRAN – transports, via bus or cab, residents of Fairfax County and the Cities of Fairfax and Falls Church. All FASTRAN riders must be certified by the sponsoring agencies described below.
Metrobus and Metrorail
Virginia Railway Express (VRE) – is a commuter rail service with two major lines. One originates in Manassas and the other originates in Fredericksburg-operating to and from Union Station in Washington, D.C.
TAGS Bus Service – The buses follow a five-mile circular route from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday – Friday.
Falls Church News-Press
Times Community Newspapers
Foundation For Collingwood Library and Museum on Americanism – occupies 8.75 acres of land on the banks of the Potomac River, midway between Alexandria and Mount Vernon on what was once part of George Washington’s River Farm.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Pope-Leighey House – tells the story of Frank Lloyd Wright’s innovative designs for a modestly-sized and affordable single-family house and how two families adapted the dwelling to fit their lifestyle.
The Gum Springs Historical Society, Inc. Its primary purpose is to authenticate the history of the Gum Springs Community by preserving its heritage, culture, artifacts, and traditions; to establish the Gum Springs Community as a historic landmark.
Gunston Hall Plantation – is a 550-acre National Historic Landmark.
Mount Vernon George Washington’s EstateThe estate, gardens and farm of Mount Vernon totaled some 8,000 acres in the 18th century. Visitors can see 20 structures and 50 acres of gardens as they existed in 1799. The estate also includes a museum, the tombs of George and Martha Washington, Washington’s greenhouse, and more.
The Udvar-Hazy Center – National Air and Space Museum.
Wolf Trap Park for the Performing Arts – with music from classical to jazz and pop to family musicals, plays and opera, Wolf Trap Park for the Performing Arts is the only performing arts park operated by the U.S. National Park Service.
Center for the Arts (George Mason University) – Great Performances at Mason is a program of George Mason University’s College of Visual and Performing Arts.
McLean Community Center
American Music Stage – is a non-profit theatre company that is dedicated to presenting family musicals to the theatre going community in the tri-state area.