UPDATED: Snow Closures in Fairfax Tuesday

Check here for announcements regarding snow closures and delays for Tuesday, Jan. 21.

Schools in Fairfax County and City will be closed due to expected snow Tuesday, Jan. 21. (Photo: Susan Larson/Patch)
Schools in Fairfax County and City will be closed due to expected snow Tuesday, Jan. 21. (Photo: Susan Larson/Patch)
Check back throughout the day as Patch adds developing information about snow closures or delays in the Fairfax area.

Weather forecasters are predicting anywhere between 3 and 9 inches in the D.C. Metro area—what many say will be the largest snowfall in the local area in at least three years. They also report the snow is expected to be "pure snow," meaning not a mix of snow and ice rain.


UPDATE: All administrative offices will close at 1 p.m. Schools which are acting as polling places for the 33rd District State Senate special election Tuesday will remain open until polls close at 7 p.m.

All Fairfax County and City of Fairfax public schools will be closed on Tuesday, Jan. 21. This includes all activities scheduled to take place Tuesday on campuses in the district.

School Age Child Care Centers (SACC) will be closed Tuesday, Jan. 21.


UPDATE: City of Fairfax government offices will close at 1 p.m., as well as recreational facilities that remained open for administrative purposes.

CUE Buses will continue to run as close to normal schedule as possible given the weather conditions.

City of Fairfax government offices will open on time. Liberal leave is in effect for city employees.

When schools are closed due to inclement weather, all recreation classes and programs, including Senior Center are cancelled. All facilities where these programs are held will only be open for administration purposes—Sherwood Community, Green Acres Center, Senior Center, Old Town Hall and Blenheim.


Fairfax County Government offices are open, Tuesday Jan. 21, however employees have been granted unscheduled leave. Emergency service personnel should report as scheduled.


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