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Find government services in Fairfax, VA. Listings include Fairfax County Police Department, Fairfax County Animal Shelter, Fairfax County Government, Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department, Fairfax County Park Authority and Celebrate Fairfax Festival. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

Britepaths

Britepaths

3959 Pender Drive, Suite 200, Fairfax 2203

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  • 03/01/21
    It's National Pig Day! Really. And look how we're celebrating! Frying Pan's Duroc sow Dolly delivered a large litter of piglets on Feb. 25. Dolly and her piglets are currently not on display, however ...
    > Fairfax County Park Authority
  • 03/01/21
    Go on a treasure hunt at Lake Fairfax Park. "Geocaching Workshop" is offered on two dates in March. Use hand-held GPS units to locate hidden treasure caches. Bring your own device; a few are available...
    > Fairfax County Park Authority
  • 03/01/21
    Monday, March 1 (10:30 a.m.): Due to inclement weather, most FCPA golf courses are closed. ⛳ Twin Lakes Oaks and Oak Marr courses are open ⛳ Burke Lake and Oak Marr Range open ⛳ Pinecrest TrackMan op...
    > Fairfax County Park Authority
  • 03/01/21
    Take the family on a walking tour along the Old Oak Trail. "Nature Your Way in Spring at Hidden Oaks" starts March 7. Look for amphibian eggs, tadpoles and insect life. Visit a live animal. Cost is $4...
    > Fairfax County Park Authority
  • 02/28/21
    During the Civil War, many formerly enslaved persons who braved work outside Union lines were captured and sent back into slavery. In 2015, thanks to the efforts of the Fairfax County History Commissi...
    > Fairfax County Park Authority
  • 02/28/21
    Field Trips for All is a program at multiple FCPA parks that blends school topics with outdoor nature and history experiences. Check out the options at Sully Historic Site by clicking on Life in Histo...
    > Fairfax County Park Authority
  • 02/28/21
    A little something to make you feel like spring is coming. Can't wait for the bluebells to bloom at Riverbend Park. https://bit.ly/35kzp8j
    > Fairfax County Park Authority
  • 02/28/21
    Due to rising water levels at Riverbend Park, the Potomac Heritage Trail will be closed in both directions beginning Monday, March 1. The Riverfront picnic areas will also close as of Tuesday, March ...
    > Fairfax County Park Authority
  • 02/28/21
    In the late 1700s, emancipated men, women and children established a small community south of Centreville between Bull Run and Cub Run. Over the next 200 years, their settlement would thrive, becoming...
    > Fairfax County Park Authority
  • 02/28/21
    A rainy day is a great day to write a parks-inspired poem. The Park Authority and the Fairfax County Park Foundation invite students in grades K-8 to enter our poetry contest by March 17. Nine stude...
    > Fairfax County Park Authority
  • 02/27/21
    Frying Pan Farm Park is hiring! Three part-time positions are currently open. Successful candidates will work up to 30 hours each week, including some weekends and evenings, and be eligible for health...
    > Fairfax County Park Authority
  • 02/27/21
    The local blacksmith was a critical community member in days of yore. Frying Pan Farm Park in Herndon interprets and preserves blacksmithing as part of its historic mission. Learn more about the contr...
    > Fairfax County Park Authority
  • 02/27/21
    School in the parks! Students ages 6 to 12 can work on homeschool science requirements at Hidden Pond Nature Center thanks to a series of classes starting March 9. The “Homeschool at the Pond” program...
    > Fairfax County Park Authority
  • 02/27/21
    With their excellent organizational skills, Invasive Management Area ecologists Gloria Medina and Patricia Greenberg ensure that 60 IMA site leaders have the supplies and technical guidance they need ...
    > Fairfax County Park Authority