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Fairfax County Credit Union
4201 Members Way, Fairfax, VA 22030
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.
Fairfax County Government Center
12000 Government Center Pkwy, Fairfax, VA 22035
The Fairfax County Government Center serves the more than 1 million residents of Fairfax County. This building housesMore 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 County Government Judicial Center
4110 Chain Bridge Rd, Fairfax, VA 22030

Fairfax County Government Judicial Center is a collection of buildings along Chain Bridge Rd. in downtown FairfaxMore City that house the county and historic courthouses, the Massey Building and Massey Annex.

The county courthouse makes up the Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court, Circuit Court and Records, and the General District Court. Special services, juvenile forensics and supervised visitation offices are located in the historic courthouse. The Massey facilities hold the county's Public Safety Department and Legal Services of Northern Virginia.

Fairfax City Regional Library
10360 North St, Fairfax, VA 22030

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.