Fairfax County Credit Union 4201 Members Way, Fairfax, VA22030 Fairfax County Federal Credit Union was established to serve the financial needs of Fairfax County government employees.…More Through a variety of services, the Fairfax County Federal Credit Union works to provide solutions to help Fairfax County government employees create a stable and effective financial future.
The Fairfax County Sheriff's office is the largest in Virginia. The 600-employee law enforcement agency coordinates…More with the Fairfax County Police Department to manage the county Adult Detention Center, provide courthouse security and service civil orders.
County sheriffs and deputy sheriffs have civil and concurrent criminal jurisdiction in Fairfax City, Fairfax County, Vienna and Herndon.
The current sheriff, Stan Berry, was first elected in 1999.
Volunteer Center of Fairfax County 10530 Page Ave, Fairfax, VA22030 Fairfax County residents contact Volunteer Center of Fairfax County to find volunteer opportunities in their…More neighborhoods. Volunteer Fairfax's Web site offers a searchable database of volunteer openings for individuals and businesses. Those interested can also get involved by working at the center, helping others find ways to give back.
Affordable Bail Bonds 10580 Main St, Fairfax, VA22030 Affordable Bail Bonds is a business with locations throughout the area. It services Arlington, Fairfax County,…More Alexandria, Prince William, Virginia Beach and Winchester. Its Fairfax office is nearby the Fairfax County Courthouse. The representatives at its Fairfax office are available around the clock by phone or by showing up at the office. Initial consultations and quotes are free.
Fairfax County Government Center 12000 Government Center Pkwy, Fairfax, VA22035 The Fairfax County Government Center serves the more than 1 million residents of Fairfax County. This building houses…More the county's departments of employment, parks and recreation, human services, consumer affairs, building and construction, legal services, emergency care, police, real estate and personal property tax offices.
Fairfax CASA 4103 Chain Bridge Rd, Fairfax, VA22030 Fairfax CASA is a public charity providing volunteer advocacy for children who are under the Fairfax County juvenile…More court's protection as a result of parent/caregiver abuse and neglect. Fairfax CASA recruits, trains and supervises citizen volunteers to represent the children and give them a voice in court.
The Fairfax County Police Department offers emergency and crime-related services for the county. This department also…More deals with county animal services, concealed handgun permits, criminal record checks, false alarms and security systems, fingerprinting, property claims, traffic crash reports and photos, victim services and more. Click here for a more detailed list.
Police headquarters is located on county property in Fairfax City.
The Fairfax County Department of Public Safety Communications is one of the nation's largest 9-1-1 centers. This…More agency receives all 9-1-1 emergency calls in the county and is responsible for dispatching fire and police units to aid the callers. All Fairfax City 9-1-1 calls go to this office, as well as calls coming in throughout the county.
George Mason University Fairfax Campus 4400 University Dr, Fairfax, VA22030 George Mason University's main campus is located just below Fairfax City in Fairfax County. Though mainly a commuter…More school, GMU is home to about 5,000 students, with more living in Fairfax City neighborhoods. GMU provides the immediate surrounding area with the Center for the Arts and Patriot Center, two large music, sports, events venues that attract big name bands and performers, as well as under-graduate and graduate academic programs and community fitness centers. Students living in GMU's dorms and apartments frequent Fairfax City businesses and streets. Expect to see groups of students walking and carpooling from the Fairfax campus to downtown bars on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings.
Fairfax County Animal Shelter 4500 W Ox Rd, Fairfax, VA22030 The Fairfax County Animal Shelter has dogs, cats, rabbits, birds and other animals available for adoption. Free health…More examinations are provided for all adopted dogs and cats.
This latest version of the Fairfax City Regional Library (moved and remodeled in 2008) offers the usual fiction,…More nonfiction, childrens' materials section, audiobooks, VHS tapes, DVDs, and other materials commonly found in other Fairfax County libraries. New additions include a two-tiered covered parking garage, 16-carrell quiet study room, large other-language collection, periodical selection and the Virginia Room, a large assortment of county history, government and genealogy.
The library is open to all residents in the county, not just those living in Fairfax City. Interlibrary exchange allows members to reserve books from other county libraries. Members can also access the library's database system from home.
Second Chance 1 Thrift Store 4057 Chain Bridge Rd, Fairfax, VA22030 Second Chance 1 Thrift Store is owned and operated by the Humane Society of Fairfax County. The store sells and accepts…More as donations collectibles, antiques, household items, books, toys and clean clothing in good condition. All proceeds go the Humane Society of Fairfax County.