Sully Supervisor Kathy Smith

Sully Supervisor Kathy Smith The official page of Sully District Supervisor Kathy Smith. Prior to her election in 2015 as Supervisor Smith served 14 yrs on the Fairfax Co School Board.

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05/28/2021
As Pool Season Begins, Know the Latest COVID-19 Guidance (And Other Healthy Swimming Reminders) - Fairfax County Emergency Information

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Swimming is a fun activity that offers many health benefits. Each year Healthy and Safe Swimming Week serves as a reminder to protect yourself and your loved ones from illness and injury. Whether you visit the pool, splash pad or beach, here is some information to help you stay healthy and safe. COV...

On Tuesday, my office held its final food distribution for the Sully District. In partnership with Mt. Olive Baptist Chu...
05/27/2021

On Tuesday, my office held its final food distribution for the Sully District. In partnership with Mt. Olive Baptist Church, Western Fairfax Christian Ministries, CERT and the Westfield Business Owner's Association, we have distributed approximately 19,000 food boxes into the Sully District and throughout the County, since February 2021. I am grateful to those who served alongside of us, including all of the volunteers, community organizations and houses of worship that make the Sully District a better place to live for everyone.

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05/19/2021
Health Department and Fairfax County Public Schools to Host School-based COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics - Fairfax County Emergency Information

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While COVID-19 vaccine is now widely available throughout the Fairfax Health District, the Fairfax County Health Department is partnering with Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) to provide vaccination opportunities to students aged 12 to 18 years of age at several high school locations. The Health...

05/19/2021
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05/13/2021
COVID-19 Vaccine for 12- to 15-Year-Olds Is Now Available, Here Is What You Need To Know - Fairfax County Emergency Information

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The Virginia Department of Health (VDH) announced that providers across the Commonwealth could begin vaccinating those aged 12-15 following federal approval of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for use in adolescents. Previously, this vaccine was only authorized for individuals ages 16 and older....

Chairman McKay and Supervisor Lusk are hosting a public input session with new Fairfax County Police Chief Kevin Davis t...
05/05/2021

Chairman McKay and Supervisor Lusk are hosting a public input session with new Fairfax County Police Chief Kevin Davis this Thursday. Please use this opportunity to share your thoughts and ask your questions of Chief Davis. To participate, please sign up in advance to testify by phone or to submit your video or written testimony. You may also call-in live.

Watch here:
https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/cableconsumer/channel-16/live-video-stream

Chairman McKay and Supervisor Lusk are hosting a public input session with new Fairfax County Police Chief Kevin Davis this Thursday. Please use this opportunity to share your thoughts and ask your questions of Chief Davis. To participate, please sign up in advance to testify by phone or to submit your video or written testimony. You may also call-in live.

Watch here:
https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/cableconsumer/channel-16/live-video-stream

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04/28/2021
Enough Vaccine Now Available for All Residents; Visit Tysons Vaccination Center for Walk-In Appointments or Schedule Directly With Health Department - Fairfax County Emergency Information

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After months of waiting, Fairfax County residents 16 years and older are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine and there is enough vaccine for everyone who wants to be vaccinated.   Walk-In Appointments at Tysons Community Vaccination Center The Tysons Community Vaccination Center (CVC) now offe...

04/28/2021
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Vietnamese and Korean Speakers Needed as Election Officers for the June Primary Election.

The Fairfax County Office of Elections needs additional bilingual election officers to assist voters for the Primary Election to be held on Tuesday June 8, 2021 and in future elections.

Specifically, individuals who speak Vietnamese and English fluently or Korean and English fluently are needed to serve in Annandale, Centreville, Chantilly, and Falls Church.

You will perform all regular election officer duties, including assisting most voters in English, but will be assigned to precincts with a significant number of voters who may primarily speak Vietnamese or Korean. To serve as a designated bilingual election officer, you must also complete a short oral language skills assessment.

Fairfax County is the largest voting jurisdiction in Virginia with 243 precincts countywide. It takes thousands of enthusiastic and trained election officers to ensure that we have efficient and well-run elections. Compensation begins at $175 and training is provided online for new officers.

To apply: https://www.vote4fairfax.com/apply/ (be sure to indicate if you speak Vietnamese or Korean)

Please apply as soon as possible, but no later than Friday May 7, 2021.

More information: https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/elections/officers/new-officers

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04/23/2021
Governor Updates COVID-19 Executive Order Restrictions - Fairfax County Emergency Information

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Governor Ralph Northam announced that sports and entertainment venues in Virginia may begin to operate with expanded capacity, and social gathering limits will increase beginning Saturday, May 15. The announcement comes as vaccinations continue to rise in the Commonwealth, and more than half of all....

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04/15/2021
New Vaccine Scheduling Process to Begin April 18; All People Age 16+ Eligible for a Vaccine in Phase 2 - Fairfax County Emergency Information

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Beginning Sunday, April 18, all individuals in the Fairfax Health District who are 16 or older will be eligible to directly schedule a vaccine appointment through VaccineFinder.org as Fairfax County moves into Phase 2 with the rest of Virginia. With this new system, Fairfax County will no longer acc...

Fairfax County's Health Department will halt the use of J&J vaccine.https://fairfaxcountyemergency.wpcomstaging.com/2021...
04/13/2021
Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Will Not Be Administered Until Further Notice - Fairfax County Emergency Information

Fairfax County's Health Department will halt the use of J&J vaccine.
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Following the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the Virginia Department of Health to pause all Johnson & Johnson (J&J) vaccinations because of a potentially very rare side effect, Fairfax County will not be administering any....

Department of Tax Administration (DTA), will host Virtual Tax Relief Workshops on Thursday, April 15th and Thursday, Apr...
04/13/2021
Tax Relief Workshops | Tax Administration

Department of Tax Administration (DTA), will host Virtual Tax Relief Workshops on Thursday, April 15th and Thursday, April 22nd, 2021, from 10:30a.m. to 12 noon both days. DTA staff will be presenting information and answering questions about completing the 2021 Tax Relief application form.

https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/taxes/workshops

Fairfax County, Virginia - Tax relief workshop information

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04/07/2021
The Volunteers Behind the Pandemic Response: Fairfax Medical Reserve Corps - Fairfax County Emergency Information

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One of the oldest of the 760 Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) units nationwide, the Fairfax MRC is a volunteer-based organization that supports the Fairfax County Health Department by preparing for, responding to and recovering from natural or man-made disasters. The Fairfax MRC launched in 2003 as a six...

Grilling season approaches as the weather gets warmer. Please see this helpful article below from the Fire Department to...
04/07/2021
Spring Into Safety! Prepare Your Gas Grill Before First Cookout Of Season!

Grilling season approaches as the weather gets warmer. Please see this helpful article below from the Fire Department to ensure your safety.

It is that time of year when many of us pull the grill out of winter storage to use. If you have a gas grill, please take a moment to watch a video from the National Fire Protection Association on …

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04/07/2021
Vaccine Registration Now Open for All of Phase 1c - Fairfax County Emergency Information

Vaccine registration is now open for ALL of Group 1C

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Beginning today, April 7, individuals who live or work in the Fairfax Health District that fall into the following categories are now eligible to register to get a COVID-19 vaccine: Finance Information Technology and Communication Media Legal Services Public Safety (Engineers) Other Public Health Wo...

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04/06/2021
Vaccine Registration Now Open for Some Frontline Essential Workers in Phase 1c - Fairfax County Emergency Information

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Beginning today, April 5, individuals who live or work in the Fairfax Health District that fall into the following categories are now eligible to register to get a COVID-19 vaccine: Energy Water, Wastewater, Waste Removal Housing and Construction Food Service Transportation and Logistics Institution...

COVID-19 vaccine registration is now open for transit workers and mail carriers.https://fairfaxcountyemergency.wpcomstag...
03/23/2021
COVID-19 Vaccine Registration Now Open for Public Transit Workers and Mail Carriers - Fairfax County Emergency Information

COVID-19 vaccine registration is now open for transit workers and mail carriers.
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Beginning today, March 23, individuals who live or work the Fairfax Health District that fall into the following categories are now eligible to register to get a COVID-19 vaccine: Public transit workers (does not include airline workers, such as pilots, flight crews and ground crews) Mail carriers S...

Please join me and Supervisor Palchik (Providence District) tomorrow night at 6pm for a bilingual town hall regarding th...
03/18/2021

Please join me and Supervisor Palchik (Providence District) tomorrow night at 6pm for a bilingual town hall regarding the COVID-19 vaccine. The conversation will be moderated by Rosbelis Quinonez from Univision.

Please join me and Supervisor Palchik (Providence District) tomorrow night at 6pm for a bilingual town hall regarding the COVID-19 vaccine. The conversation will be moderated by Rosbelis Quinonez from Univision.

03/12/2021
Sully District Budget Town Hall

Join Sully District Supervisor Kathy Smith and Sully District School Board Member Stella Pekarsky as they discuss and take audience questions about the proposed FY 2022 Budget with the county’s Chief Financial Officer Joe Mondoro and with Leigh Burden, Assistant Superintendent for FCPS, Department of Financial Services.

COVID-19 is changing the way we govern. Its impact is seen in this year’s proposed countywide strategic plan. Learn more...
03/10/2021
Shaping the Future: 5 Things to Know About the Proposed Countywide Strategic Plan | News Center

COVID-19 is changing the way we govern. Its impact is seen in this year’s proposed countywide strategic plan. Learn more here and tell us what you think: https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/news/shaping-future-5-things-know-about-proposed-countywide-strategic-plan

Following a year of pause and then refinement due to COVID-19, County Executive Bryan Hill unveiled his proposed strategic plan to the Board of Supervisors on Feb. 23. The strategic plan lays out a community-based vision for the next 10 to 20 years and features nine priority areas to advance that vi...

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02/12/2021

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The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors has designated today as Kirk Kincannon Day in the county. Kirk is retiring as Director of the Park Authority. It's been a great run, and we wish him a Gold Medal retirement! https://bit.ly/3d7Ggrh

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02/11/2021

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With in-person high school job fairs on hold due to the pandemic, this year the county will host two virtual job fair/career building workshops for students and young job seekers looking for full-time, after-school, seasonal, internship and volunteer opportunities.

The virtual fairs are scheduled for Saturdays, March 13 from 2 to 5 p.m. and March 20 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

FOR TEENS
- March 13 registration: https://bit.ly/3tP9iCg
- March 20 registration: https://bit.ly/3rOLpJb

FOR BUSINESSES
Businesses and organizations that want to connect with Fairfax County’s young job seekers are encouraged to participate and can register here: https://bit.ly/3d3e7BZ

More information: https://bit.ly/2MV91gl

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The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors approved a 3.4% increase in taxes by a vote of 9-1, a 45% increase over 10 years. Meanwhile, Fairfax public schools spent $20K for a one hour virtual session with Critical Race Theory extremist Ibram Kendi! Shouldn't we, as county residents, taxpayers and parents have a say in this kind of spending? CRT is hate and racism. I say no to CRT! Parent pulls his child from a private NYC school that costs $54,000/year and requires prospective families to take an “anti-racism pledge” to even be considered for admission. He rails against the woke, racist, cancel culture mob that took over the school and is indoctrinating the students with CRT racism.
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors approved a 3.4% increase in taxes by a vote of 9-1, a 45% increase over 10 years. ENOUGH!!! We need more Pats and less of the angry tax and spend mob. These are the 9 who think you don’t pay enough…. Chairman, At-Large - Jeffrey C. McKay Vice Chairman, Mason - Penelope A. Gross Braddock - James R. Walkinshaw Dranesville - John W. Foust Hunter Mill - Walter L. Alcorn Lee - Rodney L. Lusk Mount Vernon - Daniel G. Storck Providence - Dalia A. Palchik Sully - Kathy L. Smith This is the one member who stood for the taxpayers…..Springfield - Pat Herrity
Today Sully Supervisor Kathy Smith and the rest of the Fairfax County Government Board of Supervisors approved a 3.4% increase in taxes by a vote of 9-1 for the average homeowner, a 45% increase over 10 years. Pat Herrity's budget proposal would have resulted in an almost flat tax bill, senior tax relief, employee COLA, teacher raises of 3% by making reasonable reductions in County and School spending. No other Board members proposed reductions of spending in the Budget or in next year’s Budget guidance. Last week Chairman Jeff McKay congratulated himself about 3,879 times for $415 million to preserve River Farm in Mount Vernon. To all of us who fight like hell for Pat Herrity and to Pat Herrity himself - keep swimming. To all of you who vote and voted for Chairman Jeff McKay and the rest of these people who want to ruin our way of life - well (you fill in the blank). VOTE HER OUT. KEEP Pat Herrity AND GET RID OF THE REST. They are wrecking balls to Fairfax County. Chairman, At-Large - Jeffrey C. McKay (D) Vice Chairman, Mason - Penelope A. Gross (D) Braddock - James R. Walkinshaw (D) Dranesville - John W. Foust (D) Hunter Mill - Walter L. Alcorn (D) Lee - Rodney L. Lusk (D) Mount Vernon - Daniel G. Storck (D) Providence - Dalia A. Palchik (D) Springfield - Pat Herrity (R) Sully - Kathy L. Smith (D)
Sully Supervisor Kathy Smith Kathy, when will the county commissioners be letting the devasted small businesses in Fairfax know that we will be entering phase 1 for sure on May 29th or sooner? VDH website now clearly shows that Fairfax has met all of Governor Northams guidlelines for entering into phase 1. Kathy, as a small business owner, we need reassurance that the county will reopen on May 29th or even sooner since all the criteria are met now. Please let us know, we need hope Kathy, we need to reassurance that the county will not be prolonging this even more.
On Tuesday, April 14, it looks like the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors will approve an application to build 158 townhomes at Westfields. The only problem is that these houses, if allowed, will be built right under the flight path of Dulles International, about 3 miles from the runway. Traditionally, both Fairfax and Loudoun have zoned around the airport in a manner that helps to protect the economic viability of the airport, and to protect future residents who would be impacted by such ill-fated locations. It will be very unfortunate if Fairfax approves this very unwise application and even more unfortunate if this becomes a new trend.
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Sully Supervisor Katy Smith - I sent you an email 2 days ago, raising my concerns about support for the use of taxpayers money in the Fairfax County for illegal immigration. So far no response.... Uncomfortable topic (of misuse of public funds) or too busy on serving and representing our interests?
Ellanor C. Lawrence Park, Sully District.
Walk with Supervisor Smith this Saturday at Eleanor C. Lawrence Park at 8 am! See you then!
Please fix the Walney road traffic jam that occurs everyday before the Wegman shopping area is even opened. Trying to get out of my neighborhood to go .8 Miles taking over 16 minutes is NOT acceptable. We the community still have to live here and get around. Another 500 town houses and a movie complex will only make this even worst.