Providence Supervisor Dalia Palchik

Providence Supervisor Dalia Palchik Providence District Supervisor Dalia Palchik looks forward to serving the Providence District. Supervisor Dalia A. Palchik has represented Providence District as a member of the Fairfax County School Board since her election in 2015.

Additionally, Dalia served on the board of the Tysons Regional Chamber of Commerce, as Co-Chair of its Women's Leadership Council, and on the board of the Woodburn Village Condo Association. As Supervisor, Ms. Palchik plans to focus on new and creative ways to increase quality affordable housing, bring more thoughtful transit-oriented development to Fairfax County, find new solutions to modernize

Additionally, Dalia served on the board of the Tysons Regional Chamber of Commerce, as Co-Chair of its Women's Leadership Council, and on the board of the Woodburn Village Condo Association. As Supervisor, Ms. Palchik plans to focus on new and creative ways to increase quality affordable housing, bring more thoughtful transit-oriented development to Fairfax County, find new solutions to modernize

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06/26/2021

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My statement regarding hateful rhetoric against members of northern Virginia’s LGBTQIA+ community.

It’s Food Truck Friday! Come by the Providence Community Center for lunch with Chaat & More or a sweet treat from Chinit...
06/25/2021

It’s Food Truck Friday! Come by the Providence Community Center for lunch with Chaat & More or a sweet treat from Chinito’s Snow Cones. M & S Soft Ice will also be here starting 1:30pm. 🍛🍧🍦

It’s Food Truck Friday! Come by the Providence Community Center for lunch with Chaat & More or a sweet treat from Chinito’s Snow Cones. M & S Soft Ice will also be here starting 1:30pm. 🍛🍧🍦

Summer is here! We have many summer events coming up, including Skateland at Mosaic tomorrow night, Nottoway Nights on T...
06/25/2021

Summer is here! We have many summer events coming up, including Skateland at Mosaic tomorrow night, Nottoway Nights on Thursdays starting July 8th, Latinx Conservation Event on July 10, and more:
https://conta.cc/3zWWwV1

Summer is here! We have many summer events coming up, including Skateland at Mosaic tomorrow night, Nottoway Nights on Thursdays starting July 8th, Latinx Conservation Event on July 10, and more:
https://conta.cc/3zWWwV1

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06/24/2021

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Looking for some free family fun this weekend? Check out the Third Annual Mt. Vernon District Environmental Expo! The event has tons to do for all ages with eco-friendly exhibits, activities, workshops and more.

📅 June 26
⏰ 8 a.m. to noon
📍 Fort Hunt Park

Details: https://bit.ly/3zNQTbQ

Join us at Nottoway Park on July 10th to celebrate Latinx Conservation Month, and help manage invasive plants, tour the ...
06/22/2021

Join us at Nottoway Park on July 10th to celebrate Latinx Conservation Month, and help manage invasive plants, tour the gardens, and learn how to care for plants.

Nottoway Park is located at 9537 Courthouse Road in Vienna, VA and events start at 9:00am through 2:00pm. For additional info, visit www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/LCM

Join us at Nottoway Park on July 10th to celebrate Latinx Conservation Month, and help manage invasive plants, tour the gardens, and learn how to care for plants.

Nottoway Park is located at 9537 Courthouse Road in Vienna, VA and events start at 9:00am through 2:00pm. For additional info, visit www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/LCM

Would you like to hear directly from our new Police Chief Kevin Davis on building trust in the community and policing in...
06/22/2021

Would you like to hear directly from our new Police Chief Kevin Davis on building trust in the community and policing in Fairfax County? There is an opportunity to join the discussion at the Providence Community Center on July 27th from 7pm - 8:30pm.

You can RSVP to join in person at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/meet-the-chief-tickets-159879145829
Or on zoom at https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_WxPT7OFoSRSsBx6IB18tXg

Would you like to hear directly from our new Police Chief Kevin Davis on building trust in the community and policing in Fairfax County? There is an opportunity to join the discussion at the Providence Community Center on July 27th from 7pm - 8:30pm.

You can RSVP to join in person at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/meet-the-chief-tickets-159879145829
Or on zoom at https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_WxPT7OFoSRSsBx6IB18tXg

Happy to recognize Billy Thompson, the immediate past President of the Greater Merrifield Business Association-GMBA at t...
06/22/2021

Happy to recognize Billy Thompson, the immediate past President of the Greater Merrifield Business Association-GMBA at today's Board Meeting.

Billy has been a key member of GMBA since 1995 and has a long history of serving his community, starting with Marshall Road Student President in 1962. He served on the VA Small Business Advisory Board, chaired the Tysons Chamber of Commerce, served as President of the Vienna Rotary Club, served as a 5-year mentor in the Be-Friend program, coached Little League, Babe Ruth and Men’s and Girls’ softball and has been the co-chair of the Fairfax County Homeless Shelters children’s Christmas party for 12 years, and even dressed up as Santa.

Billy brings his endless optimism and cheerful smile to everything he is involved with. He has received numerous accolades and awards for his service to the community. He was an outstanding President to GMBA and helped shape and grow the organization into what it is today. Thank you for your service, Billy!

Honored to proclaim July 2021 as Latinx Conservation Month at today's Board Meeting, joined by Defensores de la Cuenca a...
06/22/2021

Honored to proclaim July 2021 as Latinx Conservation Month at today's Board Meeting, joined by Defensores de la Cuenca and the Fairfax County Park Authority. You are invited to the celebrations throughout July. Come see us at Nottoway Park on July 10: https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/park-news/2021/z-ir121

Honored to proclaim July 2021 as Latinx Conservation Month at today's Board Meeting, joined by Defensores de la Cuenca and the Fairfax County Park Authority. You are invited to the celebrations throughout July. Come see us at Nottoway Park on July 10: https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/park-news/2021/z-ir121

06/21/2021
06/21/2021

Beginning on June 23, 2021 residents will be able to bring food scraps to one of four farmers markets in Fairfax County. DPWES will have a collection area near the entrance to the market where we will accept the food scraps. The food scraps can be stored in a reusable container or a disposable plastic bag. Some people like to keep their food scraps in the fridge or freezer during the week to cut down on smells. Food scraps will not be collected before or after the market closes – make sure you deliver your food scraps to the DPWES collection area.

06/19/2021

The Board is honored to declare June 19 as Juneteenth in Fairfax County.

In Fairfax County, we work every day to begin to right the wrongs of our history and lift up our communities. That’s why we passed One Fairfax to put equity at the center of every decision we make.

Soon, we will be receiving an update from County staff on the recommendations presented by my Task Force on Equity and Opportunity. Their recommendations look deep into structures of our County government that stand in the way of equity and progress in Fairfax County.

While this isn’t easy and takes a lot of time, I know we are on the right path forward. Thank you to our community for always looking towards progress and always pushing us to advance.

In this week’s edition of the Palchik Post, you will find a Juneteenth event invitation, construction updates for I-66, ...
06/18/2021

In this week’s edition of the Palchik Post, you will find a Juneteenth event invitation, construction updates for I-66, the schedule for the 2021 redistricting and reapportionment of the Board of Supervisors election districts, info on how local makers can join the Made in Fairfax network, and PIVOT Grant applications are opening on June 23rd: https://conta.cc/3vDDDmR

In this week’s edition of the Palchik Post, you will find a Juneteenth event invitation, construction updates for I-66, the schedule for the 2021 redistricting and reapportionment of the Board of Supervisors election districts, info on how local makers can join the Made in Fairfax network, and PIVOT Grant applications are opening on June 23rd: https://conta.cc/3vDDDmR

Contrary to some arguments, moving Lost Cause monuments that glorify the Confederacy is about telling a more complete, a...
06/18/2021
Civil War cannons that may have been at Battle of Bull Run get new home

Contrary to some arguments, moving Lost Cause monuments that glorify the Confederacy is about telling a more complete, and often more accurate, story. It is not about erasing history.

These types of cannons, and perhaps even one of these exact ones, were used by Union Army Capt. A. Van Horn Ellis of Company I and his men at Manassas Battlefield Park. They have now returned and been restored by the park, a home that is a much more fitting retelling of the history that occurred there.

“They had sat outside the old Fairfax County Courthouse since about 1904, until they, and a memorial to a Confederate officer, were removed in November by order of the county supervisors.
Now the Park Service is wondering if they might be the same guns Ellis used, returned to where they were abandoned 160 years ago next month.”

Park Service gets two Civil War cannon that may have been at Battle of Bull Run in 1861. The two guns had stood outside the Fairfax Country courthouse for 114 years.

We are better than this. If you see any suspicious activity, please call or text the police at 911, or 703-691-2131.
06/18/2021

We are better than this. If you see any suspicious activity, please call or text the police at 911, or 703-691-2131.

Please see my statement below on the KKK propaganda found across the County attacking our School Board members.

Did you know that the County’s Wastewater Collection system has over 3,380 miles of pipes? That would equal to the dista...
06/17/2021

Did you know that the County’s Wastewater Collection system has over 3,380 miles of pipes? That would equal to the distance from my office to Los Angeles, CA and back to Tulsa, OK!
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Yesterday, I had the opportunity to do a work site visit and see the Wastewater Management team in action as they did a sewer pipe cleaning. Learn more: https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/publicworks/wastewater

Come visit us at the Providence Community Center for lunch with Himalayan Soul Foods and ice cream here until 3pm. 3001 ...
06/17/2021

Come visit us at the Providence Community Center for lunch with Himalayan Soul Foods and ice cream here until 3pm. 3001 Vaden Drive #Fairfax #foodtrucks #icecream #summer

I was honored to join Delegate Marcus B. Simon, Chairman Jeff McKay, and the Greater Merrifield Business Association-GMB...
06/16/2021

I was honored to join Delegate Marcus B. Simon, Chairman Jeff McKay, and the Greater Merrifield Business Association-GMBA board to celebrate outgoing GMBA President Billy Thompson and his incredible service to the Merrifield community.

Today’s Environmental Committee Takeaways:•CECAP Goal: Carbon neutral by 2050, with 87% reduction in total greenhouse ga...
06/15/2021

Today’s Environmental Committee Takeaways:

•CECAP Goal: Carbon neutral by 2050, with 87% reduction in total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from 2005 level. Learn more: https://bit.ly/35nlAGP

•Clean Transportation Goal: Transition the Fairfax Connector diesel bus fleet to electric (or other non-carbon emitting alternatives) by 2035, with the caveat that 99% of Connector bus fleet miles traveled will be made with non-carbon emitting vehicles by 2035.

•Resilient Fairfax: Join the public meeting tonight, June 15, 6:30 – 8:30 pm: https://zoom.us/j/94857252810. Resilient Fairfax addresses climate adaptation with the purpose of determining strategies to strengthen our resilience and find a path to implementation.

•Check out the Carbon Neutral Counties Declaration: https://bit.ly/3wrxZ8w

Today’s Environmental Committee Takeaways:

•CECAP Goal: Carbon neutral by 2050, with 87% reduction in total greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from 2005 level. Learn more: https://bit.ly/35nlAGP

•Clean Transportation Goal: Transition the Fairfax Connector diesel bus fleet to electric (or other non-carbon emitting alternatives) by 2035, with the caveat that 99% of Connector bus fleet miles traveled will be made with non-carbon emitting vehicles by 2035.

•Resilient Fairfax: Join the public meeting tonight, June 15, 6:30 – 8:30 pm: https://zoom.us/j/94857252810. Resilient Fairfax addresses climate adaptation with the purpose of determining strategies to strengthen our resilience and find a path to implementation.

•Check out the Carbon Neutral Counties Declaration: https://bit.ly/3wrxZ8w

06/15/2021

All residents of Fairfax County and other county stakeholders with an interest in climate adaptation and resilience planning are invited to attend a virtual public meeting on June 15, 2021 from 6:30 – 8:30 PM. This meeting will be held via Zoom. This is the first public engagement opportunity in connection with the “Resilient Fairfax” initiative, a county-wide effort to increase the community’s resilience to climate impacts such as flooding, severe storms, extreme temperatures, and other impacts.
Register here: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAlcu6qqzkiG9R1aRbGHCmwJ6Pqfy-ZNje2

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06/11/2021

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New Local Business Grant Program Approved to Help Hotel, Food, Retail and Arts Sectors
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The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors this week created a new grant program to support businesses hurt by the COVID-19 pandemic. Called “PIVOT,” the program will provide grants to local businesses in the hotel, food service, retail and services, and arts and culture industries.

PIVOT will use $25 million provided through the federal American Rescue Plan Act to provide targeted assistance to the hardest-hit sectors of the Fairfax County economy. The goal of the program is to help those businesses continue their recovery by providing needed capital for ongoing operations and to sustain business sectors. The grant portal will be open from June 23 through July 9.

Learn more: https://bit.ly/3gc9Blz

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06/11/2021

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Government Center COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic to Offer Walk-in Hours; Closed in Observance of Juneteenth
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Beginning today, Friday, June 11, the Fairfax County Government Center COVID-19 vaccination clinic will provide walk-in appointments. Appointments may still be scheduled ahead of time.

On Friday, June 18, the Health Department’s vaccination clinic sites, including the Government Center, will be closed in observance of Juneteenth. The Government Center vaccination clinic will be open on Saturday, June 19.

Learn more: https://bit.ly/3wixGgg

Medicaid: Programa de Seguro Médico para Niños, Adultos Mayores, y Personas con DiscapacidadesMiércoles 30 de junio de 2...
06/10/2021
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Medicaid: Programa de Seguro Médico para Niños, Adultos Mayores, y Personas con Discapacidades
Miércoles 30 de junio de 2021 (2-3 p.m.)

Únase a nuestra charla virtual que será facilitada por representantes del Departamento de Servicios a la Familia del Área de Autosuficiencia. Los expertos compartirán información sobre el programa Medicaid, las exenciones CCC +, el proceso de solicitud y las nuevas medidas del programa debido a la emergencia de salud pública COVID-19. La información se presentará en español. Ponentes:
Patricia Araujo, Gerente de Mejoramiento de la Calidad, Departamento de Familia del Condado de Fairfax, Área de Autosuficiencia; Jeanetta Vinson, Gerente de Servicios, Soporte y Asistencia Energética a Largo Plazo, Departamento de Familia del Condado de Fairfax, Área de Autosuficiencia. Para registrarse, llame al 703-324-5484 ó visite: https://bit.ly/3g6Nay6

Únase a nuestra charla virtual que será facilitada por representantes del Departamento de Servicios a la Familia del Área de Autosuficiencia. Los expertos compartirán información sobre el programa Medicaid, las exenciones CCC +, el proceso de solicitud y las nuevas medidas del programa debido a...

06/10/2021

In late May, wildlife managers in Washington D.C., Virginia, Maryland, and West Virginia began receiving reports of sick and dying birds with eye swelling and crusty discharge, as well as neurological signs. No definitive cause of death is identified at this time.

The District of Columbia Department of Energy and Environment, Maryland Department of Natural Resources, West Virginia Division of Natural Resources, Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources, and National Park Service are continuing to work with diagnostic laboratories to investigate the cause of mortality. Those laboratories include the USGS National Wildlife Health Center, the University of Georgia Southeastern Cooperative Wildlife Disease Study, and the University of Pennsylvania Wildlife Futures Program.

Birds congregating at feeders and baths can transmit disease to one another. Therefore, the state and District agencies recommend that the public in the outbreak area:
• Cease feeding birds until this wildlife mortality event has concluded;
• Clean feeders and bird baths with a 10% bleach solution;
• Avoid handling birds, but wear disposable gloves if handling is necessary; and
• Keep pets away from sick or dead birds as a standard precaution.
If you encounter sick or dead birds in Virginia, please submit an event report at dwr.virginia.gov/wildlife/diseases/bird-mortality-reporting-form/. If you must remove dead birds, place them in a sealable plastic bag to dispose with household trash. Additional information will be shared as diagnostic results are received. #protectthewild
📷 Belinda Burwell, DVM

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