Community Services

​Identity Theft Victim Worksheet

Fairfax Geoportal....  This website gives links to all of the following:

PUBLIC SERVICES

Real Estate Assessment, Virtual Fairfax, My Neighborhood, DMV, Map Wizard, Historic Imagery Viewer, Map Gallery,

RECREATION

Bike Fairfax, Fairfax Trail Buddy,

PUBLIC SAFETY

Police Events Viewer, Emergency Snow Routes, Flood prone Roads,

DEMOGRAPHICS

Demographic Mapper, Election Results,

TRANSPORTATION

Capital Projects, Unfunded Projects, Pedestrian Improvement Requests,

ENVIRONMENTAL

FEMA, Watersheds

UTILITIES

Street Light Locator, Leaf Collection Areas

LAND RECORDS AND DEVELOPMENT

Planning and zoning viewer, Fairfax County Development System, Zoning District Analyzer, Comprehensive Plan Map, Fairfax Forward

ARTS AND CULTURE

A culture history tour, Performing and Visual Arts VenturesEakin (Pronounced "Akin") Park Information 

Mantua Swim and Tennis Club

Mom's of Mantua

Pine Ridge Very Important People... 

PINE RIDGE ELECTED OFFICIALS

U.S. Senate

Tim Kane
      202-224-4024   https://www.kaine.senate.gov/

Mark Warner
       202-224-2023   https://www.warner.senate.gov/
               

U.S. House of Representatives

Gerry Connolly (11th District)   

202-225-1492   http://connolly.house.gov/

 

Virginia State Senator (34th District)

J.C. “Chap” Petersen                 

703-349-3361   info@fairfaxsenator.com

 

Virginia House of Delegates

Eileen Filler-Corn (41st District)  
571-249-3453   DelEFiller-Corn@house.virginia.gov

Marcus B. Simon (53rd District)   
571-327-0053   DelMSimon@house.virginia.gov

Vivian Watts (39th District)     

703-978-2989   DelVWatts@house.virginia.gov

 

Fairfax County Elected Officials (Board of Supervisors)

Sharon Bulova (Chairman)
       703-324-2321   chairman@fairfaxcounty.gov

Penelope Gross (Mason)         

       703-256-7717   mason@fairfaxcounty.gov

Linda Q. Smyth (Providence)     

       703-560-6946   providence@fairfaxcounty.gov

 Fairfax County School Board

       Sandy S. Evans (Mason)               

571-423-1083   sandy.evans@fcps.edu

       Dalia A. Palchik (Providence)     

571-423-1070   dapalchik@fcps.edu

 At-Large members:

Karen Keys-Gamarra

       571-423-1091  karen.keys-gamarra@fcps.edu

Ryan L. Mc Elveen

       571-423-1089  ryan.mcelveen@fcps.edu

Ilryong Moon

       571-423-1090  ilryong.moon@fcps.edu        

 For additional contact information, see 
www.fairfaxcounty.gov/elections/elected.pdf. 
To learn how we in Pine Ridge fit into the federal,
state, and local  government structures, see the
article “Getting to Know Your Elected Officials:
A Prerequisite to Voting in Future Elections” on
our website: www.pineridgecivicassociation.org,
Community Services, Voting in Fairfax County.  



Identity Theft Victim Worksheet

Fairfax Geoportal....  This website gives links to all of the following:

PUBLIC SERVICES

Real Estate Assessment, Virtual Fairfax, My Neighborhood, DMV, Map Wizard, Historic Imagery Viewer, Map Gallery,

RECREATION

Bike Fairfax, Fairfax Trail Buddy,

PUBLIC SAFETY

Police Events Viewer, Emergency Snow Routes, Flood prone Roads,

DEMOGRAPHICS

Demographic Mapper, Election Results,

TRANSPORTATION

Capital Projects, Unfunded Projects, Pedestrian Improvement Requests,

ENVIRONMENTAL

FEMA, Watersheds

UTILITIES

Street Light Locator, Leaf Collection Areas

LAND RECORDS AND DEVELOPMENT

Planning and zoning viewer, Fairfax County Development System, Zoning District Analyzer, Comprehensive Plan Map, Fairfax Forward

ARTS AND CULTURE

A culture history tour, Performing and Visual Arts Ventures

 In case of emergency, stay Informed by contacting the following:

Fairfax County Emergency Information Line: 703-817-7771

Fairfax County Government Emergency Preparedness, Response, and Recovery Website:   http://fairfaxcountyemergency.wordpress.com/

See also www.fairfaxcounty.gov/emergency/prepare  for 30 ways to prepare.
 
Please take precautions now to keep you and your family (and pets) safe.

Important Numbers:

For a life-threatening emergency (police, fire, or rescue), call 9-l-l. 

For non-emergency public safety issues, call Fairfax County Non-Emergency: 703-691-2131  

For hearing-impaired callers who need assistance in making a call, dial TTY 7-1-1.  
 
To find the nearest shelter locations, call 2-1-1.

To hear the latest weather and road conditions, call 5-1-1.
 
To Report Power Outages:
    Dominion Virginia Power outages and downed wires: 
         1-866-DOM-HELP (1-866-366-4357)   
     NVEC (Northern Virginia Electric Cooperative) outages and downed wires:
         1-888-335-0500  

     Pepco outages and downed wires: 1-877-737-2662  
      
To Report Downed Trees:
     Adjacent to public roads: Virginia Department of Transportation:
          1-800-FOR-ROAD (1-800-367-7623)  
     On county parkland:

          Fairfax County Park Authority: 703-324-8594  
    In public areas posing a hazard: 

          Fairfax County Urban Forestry: 703-324-1770 
     Private property:

          Removal is the property owner's responsibility.

Be aware of the risk of chain saw injury during tree removal. Use a chain saw safely to clear  debris. If a tree has hit your home, call your property insurance company before starting the removal process. 

In all cases, stay away from downed wires near downed trees. Electricity can travel through tree limbs. Never remove tree limbs or other items that are touching or are near a downed wire.

 To Report Water Problems:
      Fairfax Water: 703-698-5800   After hours:  703-698-5613.  

      Falls  Church Water: 703-248-5071. After hours:  703-248-5044.

 To Report Gas Issues:

     1-800-752-7520 
 
To Report Flooding:
     Rising water that threatens your safety, call 9-1-1

     Storm  flooding during regular business hours (Mon-Fri. 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 pm) 703-877-2800
     After-hours storm flooding emergencies  that are not life threatening :  703-323-1211      State that you are reporting a storm sewer  emergency.

 Fairfax County Stormwater Management Division: 703-877-2800  

To Report Sewer Problems:
     Sanitary sewer flooding: 703-323-1211

     If you have damp walls or floors, contact a water removal or restoration company.       Sewer Breaks  or Back-ups:  703-323-1211 or 703-250-2003  
 
To Report Septic System Problems:
Health Department: 703-246-2201  


Insurance:
The Virginia state Bureau of Insurance offers free consumer
guides entitled, "What to Do After an Insured Commercial Property Loss"', and  "What to Do After an Insured Homeowners Loss". These guides are available at  www.scc.virginia.gov/boi. The Bureau of Insurance has staff
specifically trained to handle disaster insurance questions and problems. Phone:  804 371 9185  The toll-free number is
1-877-310-6560

Fairfax County Emergency Information Line: 703-817-7771
Dominion Virginia Power: 1-866-DOM-HELP    1-866-366-4357 
Washington Gas: 1-800-752-7520 
Fairfax Water: 703-698-5800 
Verizon Customer Service: 1-800-VERIZON (837-4966)
Cox Customer Service: 703-378-8422 
Fairfax County Stormwater Management Division: 703-877-2800 
Fairfax County Wastewater Collection Division Trouble Response Center: 703-323-1211 


Also remember to have your cellular phones and portable electronics fully charged before the storm hits.
For weather and road conditions: call 511; visit www.511virginia.org; follow @511northernva on Twitter; mobile.weather.gov for smart phones; visit www.VirginiaDOT.org
In all cases, stay away from downed wires near downed trees. Electricity can travel through tree limbs. Never remove tree limbs or other items that are touching or are near a downed wire.  To report downed trees:
Adjacent to Public Roads: VDOT at 1-800-FOR-ROAD 
On County Parkland: Fairfax County Park Authority at 703-324-8594 
Posing Hazard to Public Areas: Fairfax County Urban Forestry at 703-324-1770 
Private Property: Removal is the property owner's responsibility.

Customize your weather forecast at www.weather.gov, type city and state, or zip code, and check the box "remember me."  
www.fairfaxcounty.gov/emergency/prepare 
http://fairfaxcountyemergency.wordpress.com  
Please take precautions now to keep you and your family (and pets) safe.



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