Ratcliffe Park 10300 Sager Ave, Fairfax, VA22030 Ratcliffe Park is owned and managed by the city of Fairfax. This park offers a baseball diamond, basketball court,…More playground, open field and free parking. Restrooms and water are available inside the nearby Fairfax City Museum and Visitor's Center.
Fairfax City Animal Shelter 9836 Fairfax Blvd, Fairfax, VA22030 Fairfax City's Animal Shelter is in perpetual need of donations, food, toys, non-spill water bowls and more. Volunteers…More can contact the shelter for information on how they can get involved. The shelter welcomes dog walkers, Petfinder updaters, transport helpers and those without any defined skillset. Click here for a list of animals looking for homes.
Spice Merchants 10376 Main St, Fairfax, VA22030 Spice Merchants searches far and wide for the finest spices, herbs, and teas. The shop also carries miscellaneous goods…More such as glass water kettles and gluten-free baking cookbooks.
Fairfax City's Utilities Department provides water and sanitary service to residents and businesses within the city…More limits. It is monitored by the city council. Residents and businesses pay rates determined by the city council outside of their regular city taxes.
The Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department is made up of more than 1,300 professional and volunteer staffers at 37…More fire stations and offices throughout the county.
Led by Chief Ronald Mastin, the department provides fire suppression, emergency medical, technical rescue, hazardous materials, water rescue, life safety education, fire prevention and arson investigation services for just over 1 million residents in 395 square miles of county area.
Click here for a list of stations and their locations. Fire headquarters are located on county property within Fairfax City.
Fairfax City's Department of Public Works is responsible for the city's streets, curbs, gutters, sidewalk (regular…More and historic), traffic signals, storm drains, flower displays, trash pickup, CUE bus transportation, vehicle repairs and more.
Public Works employees respond to weather emergencies, removing snow from city streets and planning projects to ease storm water drainage issues.