Welcome to the Fairfax County (VA) Federation. We are THE
Association for the County's Homeowner, Civic, and Community
organizations. Join us as we work together on issues that impact all
Fairfax County residents.
Due to the inclement weather the
Federation's 15 November 2018 meeting has been cancelled
The next membership meeting is scheduled for 20 December 2018
See below for details
Each year, a selection committee of county-wide organizations meets to review nominations for the Federation's "Citizen of the Year" and Citation(s) of Merit.
The winners are honored at our annual banquet scheduled this year for spring 2019. Both the Citizen of the Year Designation and Citation(s) of Merit recognize and honor those citizens whose voluntary contributions of time and talent have resulted in major accomplishments that have enhanced the quality of life for citizens of Fairfax County.
The 2018 Nomination period will be from 1 December 2018 to 31 January 2019
We thank those who honor their fellow citizens by nominating them for consideration.
Input to VDOT on the proposed I-66 Inside Beltway Multi-Modal Improvements (30 Jun 2015)
Testimony on the I-66 Outside Beltway Environment Impact Statement (28 May 2015)
Resolution asking for funding of Phase 2 study of transportation along the Route 1 corridor (20 Nov 2014)
Resolution supporting the 2014 Transportation Bond Referendum (16 Oct 2014)
Letter to the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority on Transaction 2040 (28 April 2011)
Around the County
Flint Webb, Environment Comm. Chair, recognized for his service on the Metropolitan Washington Air Quality Committee, Technical Advisory Committee from 2005-2008
Inside Scoop-VA Tyson's Corner Task Force Video former Federation President John Jennison and Fairfax Chamber of Commerce President Bill Lecos
presentation to the Federation by Dr. Richard Moniuszko, Deputy
Superintendent of Fairfax County Public Schools, and Deirdre McLaughlin,
Assistant Superintendent for Financial Services: (Slides)(Slides with Notes)
Environment Quality Advisory Council (EQAC) Reports