Read, Ride and Relax!
As Fairfax County continues to grow, so does the amount of transportation-related projects, programs and initiatives. Fairfax County Department of Transportatio...n (FCDOT) is constantly looking for creative ways to enhance the community conversation by offering useful information, and welcoming input and ideas. In line with that, we are excited to announce this new Facebook page for FCDOT. More details here: https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/transportation/news/011_18
Fairfax County Government Sharon Bulova
Replace Wipers: After a cold winter, many vehicles require new windshield wipers. Having wipers in good working order is necessary, especially during intense spring showers
We will have a beautifully branded commuter tent at the Wellness Connection Farmers Market on Saturday. Stop by and pick up a recyclable sandwich bag or a traffic safety coloring book. Also learn about all the commuting options available in your area.
Have a safe commute in all this potential rain.
The National Weather Service says the heaviest rainfall of the week is yet to come. In light of the forecast, it’s a good idea to be prepared for possible power outages in #Loudoun and the region.
We will be there rain or shine: Bike to Work Day Pit Stops in Loudoun County (Leesburg and Sterling), Friday morning. Refreshments, giveaways and the chance to win a brand new bike.
Bus riders in Purcellville or Hamilton, you still have a few more days to visit the Purcellville Library and check out some good books to read while riding our commuter buses.
The Purcellville Library will be closed Monday, May 21 through Friday, June 1 for renovations. During the closure, the parking lot will be unavailable for at le...ast three days. Items can be returned at the outdoor drop boxes. Customers unable to return items during the closure can call the Purcellville Library for assistance at 540-338-7235. Stay tuned to this page for more updates as they become available.
Motorist traveling in Loudoun please read.
A flash flood watch will be in effect for #Loudoun from 2:00 p.m., Thursday, May 17 until 10:00 p.m., Friday May 18. There is the potential for flooding from he...avy rains expected during that time.
Meanwhile, localized areas of flooding of small streams are possible late Wednesday afternoon and evening for parts of northern Virginia.
Stay up to date with the latest forecast from the National Weather Service.
Spring is one of the prime times for auto maintenance. That first wash-n-wax on a warm Saturday afternoon is liberating. Winter's gloom (to say nothing of grit and road salt) is literally washed away. Take out the snow shovel, the gloves, and heavy boots and store them 'til next season. Surely summer can't be far away.