Chairman Sharon Bulova

Chairman Sharon Bulova Chairman of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors. http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/chairman/.

I am honored to serve a third term as Chairman of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors. I was first elected Chairman in a special election in 2009, and previously served as Braddock District Supervisor from 1988-2009. I always stand by the phrase, “An informed and engaged community is a well-served constituency.” I hope you will contact my office at [email protected] with any comments, questions or feedback!

This is my official Fairfax County Government page. Welcome! As Chairman of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors I represent over 1.1 million county residents. I hope you will contact my office at [email protected] with any comments, questions or feedback!

Here is the Summer Edition of my Bulova Byline, featuring recent news, office updates and upcoming events! https://conta...
07/11/2019

Here is the Summer Edition of my Bulova Byline, featuring recent news, office updates and upcoming events! https://conta.cc/32jHiZB

I'm looking forward to the first Evenings on the Ellipse concert of the season! Tonight at 5:30pm come enjoy Doc Scantli...
07/11/2019

I'm looking forward to the first Evenings on the Ellipse concert of the season! Tonight at 5:30pm come enjoy Doc Scantlin and his Imperial Palms Orchestra in the backyard of the Fairfax County Government Center! This group is a "regular" with us and they are phenomenal. Hope to see you there.

https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/chairman/evenings-ellipse-summer-concerts-0

A bittersweet farewell to Clayton Medford (my Chief of Staff) and Lindsey Doane (my Communications Director)! Clayton wi...
07/10/2019

A bittersweet farewell to Clayton Medford (my Chief of Staff) and Lindsey Doane (my Communications Director)! Clayton will be the new VP of Government Affairs at the Northern Virginia Chamber of Commerce, and Lindsey will be the new Digital Communications Manager at Kettler. Both of their new jobs will be in Tysons - so not too far away! Clayton and Lindsey and have been invaluable members of my Chairman's Team and have helped me accomplish a great deal. They will be truly missed and I wish them all the best as they journey on in their careers!

The Arc of Northern Virginia
06/30/2019
The Arc of Northern Virginia

The Arc of Northern Virginia

Thanks to WDVM for covering yesterday's Disability Inclusion Conference! Thank you Marcus Dash WDVM!!

"For the first time ever Fairfax County hosted a Disability Inclusion Conference and people came out in droves."

"Hundreds of people packed the Fairfax County Government Center Saturday to discuss and listen to ways the county can bridge the gap between the disability community and society to foster a more inclusive environment."

https://www.localdvm.com/news/fairfax-county-launches-first-disability-inclusion-conference/?fbclid=IwAR2LmgKb2kgUr96o7ZkGaLuA26pf10xLHiI7xviugwqVWop1rC0l225lnnA

06/30/2019
Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board

ICYMI - Employment Panel Breakout Session from the 2019 Disability Inclusion Conference (Facebook Live Video by the Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board)

Join us at the Disability Inclusion conference, which is focusing on adults with developmental disabilities in community life, as we hear from panelists on the employment break out session.

#Inclusion #OneFairfax

06/29/2019
Disability Inclusion Conference: Welcoming Remarks, Keynote Address and Panel Discussion

Tune in to see Sharon Bulova, Braddock Supervisor John C. Cook, Rikki Epstein (The Arc of Northern Virginia), Frank Stephens, Lori Stillman (Welcoming Inclusion Network) and our amazing panelists from AMC Tysons Corner 16, City Center NOVA, Best Buddies Virginia & DC, TransCen, Inc. and the Fairfax County Police Department at the 2019 Disability Inclusion Conference.

I am looking forward to hosting the 2019 Disability Inclusion Conference this Saturday (6/29) along with The Arc of Nort...
06/26/2019
Including Adults with Developmental Disabilities in Community Life | Board of Supervisors - Chairman

I am looking forward to hosting the 2019 Disability Inclusion Conference this Saturday (6/29) along with The Arc of Northern Virginia and my colleagues on the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors. #Inclusion #OneFairfax https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/chairman/disabilityinclusionconference2019

Fairfax County, Virginia - Conference on June 29, 2019 hosted by the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors and the Arc of Northern Virginia: Including Adults with Developmental Disabilities in Community Life

Fairfax County Government
06/25/2019

Fairfax County Government

The future is driverless—and it’s coming to Merrifield! We’re going to launch a self-driving shuttle that will run from the Dunn Loring Metro station to Mosaic. This is the first state-funded autonomous vehicle pilot project in Virginia, and we’re partnering with Dominion Energy. Learn more: www.fairfaxcounty.gov/transportation/autonomous-shuttle-pilot

Fairfax County-based nonprofit arts organizations will be able to take advantage of the performance venues of Capital On...
06/17/2019
Introduction to New Venue for Nonprofit Arts Organizations | Public Affairs

Fairfax County-based nonprofit arts organizations will be able to take advantage of the performance venues of Capital One Hall in Tysons through an agreement with Fairfax County. The performance hall is scheduled to open in September 2021. Find out about this new opportunity at a presentation and Q&A session from ARTSFAIRFAX and Capital One on Wednesday, June 19, from 7:30 to 9 p.m. at Capital One Headquarters, 1600 Capital One Drive, 7th Floor Maplewood Room. The information session will focus on the user application and scheduling processes for the facilities, which include a 1,500-seat main hall and a 250-seat black box theatre. https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/publicaffairs/introduction-new-venue-nonprofit-arts-organizations

Fairfax County, Virginia - Nonprofit arts orgainzations can use facilities at Capital One Hall in Tysons

7 miles of transportation improvements coming to Route 7, including road widening to address the bottleneck and beautifu...
06/13/2019

7 miles of transportation improvements coming to Route 7, including road widening to address the bottleneck and beautiful paths for walking and biking in and out of Tysons!

Virginia Department of Elections
06/10/2019

Virginia Department of Elections

How do you mark a ballot? The Virginia Voter Pocket Guide answers that question and more! Two versions available: digital at bit.ly/2VU1Qrf and print at bit.ly/2Wvfdv3. Get yours and be #ReadyToVote! #VAisForVoters

This is so cool! What a great use of community space. Coming soon to Mason District.
06/10/2019

This is so cool! What a great use of community space. Coming soon to Mason District.

An underused space at 7200 Columbia Pike will become Annandale’s first “pop-up” park on June 29, featuring arts, fitness and family friendly activities. The space will be transformed from a bare concrete patch to a temporary community gathering spot with tables and chairs, game tables, an outdoor piano painted by artists and landscaping. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2JNqlAB

Fairfax County Government
06/06/2019
Fairfax County Government

Fairfax County Government

School’s almost out, but that doesn’t mean the learning can’t continue. Our library provides a free summer reading program that includes activities, programs and prizes for readers of all ages. And for the first time, this year features an adult summer reading program as well. Details at the link.

Celebrate Fairfax is looking for enthusiastic and friendly volunteers to help out at the 38th annual Celebrate Fairfax! ...
06/02/2019
Volunteers | Celebrate Fairfax!

Celebrate Fairfax is looking for enthusiastic and friendly volunteers to help out at the 38th annual Celebrate Fairfax! Festival! Volunteering is a great way to meet new people and get involved in the community. Volunteers are the backbone of this event, and we truly appreciate all the time and effort they put in to make the festival the best it can be! http://celebratefairfax.com/get-involved/volunteers/

Each year, more than 1,500 volunteers come together to make this event a success; we sincerely appreciate your dedication and we are looking forward to another amazing year with you!

Learn more about creative ways to include people with disabilities in our community. Join me on Saturday June 29, from 8...
05/31/2019
CSB puts inclusivity into action | Community Services Board

Learn more about creative ways to include people with disabilities in our community. Join me on Saturday June 29, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for the Disability Inclusion Conference, which will include discussions about how to address what happens when residents with developmental disabilities are no longer in school. https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/community-services-board/news/2019/putting-inclusivity-into-action

Fairfax County Public Schools

Fairfax County, Virginia - CSB works toward putting inclusion into action by adding group home resident to hiring panel.

The Fairfax County Government Center and many locations throughout the county have official flag disposal boxes for prop...
05/31/2019
The proper way to dispose of an American flag

The Fairfax County Government Center and many locations throughout the county have official flag disposal boxes for properly retiring U.S. flags that are tattered or worn https://www.localdvm.com/news/virginia/the-proper-way-to-dispose-of-an-american-flag/2040490185

Memorial Day has come and gone and now we look to the next big patriotic day, but first many of us need to get fresh American flags. Before you do that there's a certain way to dispose of your old, tattered flags.

Honored to host Iftar dinner with The American Turkish Friendship Association at the Fairfax County Government Center
05/31/2019

Honored to host Iftar dinner with The American Turkish Friendship Association at the Fairfax County Government Center

Yes, Fairfax County is a national economic success story.Yes, we still have people who are hungry in our community. You ...
05/29/2019

Yes, Fairfax County is a national economic success story.

Yes, we still have people who are hungry in our community.

You can help.

Our food pantries work tirelessly to provide for our neighbors, but they need your help to restock when their shelves run low. Stuff the Bus is a food collection partnership that provides needed support during these critical times so that we, as a community, can continue to fight hunger in our neighborhoods. More info: https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/neighborhood-community-services/stuff-the-bus

Celebrate Fairfax is looking for enthusiastic and friendly volunteers to help out at the 38th annual Celebrate Fairfax! ...
05/28/2019
Volunteers | Celebrate Fairfax!

Celebrate Fairfax is looking for enthusiastic and friendly volunteers to help out at the 38th annual Celebrate Fairfax! Festival! Volunteering is a great way to meet new people and get involved in the community. Volunteers are the backbone of this event, and we truly appreciate all the time and effort they put in to make the festival the best it can be. http://celebratefairfax.com/get-involved/volunteers/

  Become a Celebrate Fairfax! Festival Volunteer Each year, more than 1,500 volunteers come together to make this event a success; we sincerely appreciate your dedication and we are looking forward to another amazing year with you! To Register: https://2019celebratefairfaxvol.my-trs.com/   Volunte...

At the annual Korean Bell Garden Ceremony at Meadowlarke Gardens in Vienna
05/28/2019

At the annual Korean Bell Garden Ceremony at Meadowlarke Gardens in Vienna

05/28/2019
Employee Fitness & Field Day 2019

This has turned into a successful annual event at the Fairfax County Government Center. I'm grateful that we take this time to help our local government employees focus on health and fitness!

05/23/2019
Fairfax County Police Department

If anyone has any information about this case, Fairfax County Police Department is asking the public to call the Major Crimes Bureau at 703-246-7800. This is still an active investigation. FCPD will provide updates as soon as they have more information.

Watch live as Chief Roessler and others update the community on the search for a body in North Hill Park.

We apologize for the low quality of the audio. For more information on this case, please visit: http://bit.ly/2VKe3KP

Congratulations to The Communities of Trust on your 5th Anniversary! I can't believe it's been 5 years already. You have...
05/22/2019

Congratulations to The Communities of Trust on your 5th Anniversary! I can't believe it's been 5 years already. You have done incredible work during these years and I'm glad the momentum is as strong as ever.

10 Fairfax County-based companies in a broad range of industries hold spots on the Fortune 500 list of the largest publi...
05/21/2019
Fairfax County again is home to 10 Fortune 500 headquarters – Fairfax County EDA

10 Fairfax County-based companies in a broad range of industries hold spots on the Fortune 500 list of the largest publicly traded companies in the United States.
https://www.fairfaxcountyeda.org/media-center/fairfax-county-now-is-home-to-10-fortune-500-headquarters/

Fairfax County, Virginia – For the first time in five years, 10 Fairfax County-based companies in a broad range of industries hold spots on the Fortune 500 list of the largest publicly traded companies in the United States. Fortune magazine published the 2019 list today. Fortune based its rankings...

05/16/2019

The May Bulova Byline features some interesting history of the Massey Building and its upcoming demise. https://conta.cc/2HuCyH6

I am really looking forward to hosting the first ever Disability Inclusion Conference at the Fairfax County Government C...
05/15/2019

I am really looking forward to hosting the first ever Disability Inclusion Conference at the Fairfax County Government Center on June 29 with The Arc of Northern Virginia. This conference will include booths, networking, a panel discussion and breakout sessions for parents, families, the business community, law enforcement, non-profits and individuals with disabilities who want to learn more about all the ways Fairfax County welcomes and includes adults with development disabilities in community life. More information is on our event page here: https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/chairman/disabilityinclusionconference2019

Please reach out to Lindsey Doane in my office if you are interested in being involved! You can reach her at [email protected].

I am also very excited that Frank Stephens will be our Keynote Speaker. He is an incredible advocate for people with disabilities all over the world, and as a Fairfax County resident, he has testified before the Board of Supervisors many times! You can learn more about Frank here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EzQ8141hC8U&t=13s

VDOT Meeting on the Express Lanes Extension Study:  Learn about the Virginia Department of Transportation’s environmen...
05/15/2019
495 Express Lanes - Extension Study :: Home

VDOT Meeting on the Express Lanes Extension Study:

Learn about the Virginia Department of Transportation’s environmental study regarding plans to extend the I-495 Express Lanes by approximately three miles from the Dulles Toll Road interchange towards the Maryland line, in the vicinity of the American Legion Bridge.

Monday, May 20, 2019, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Presentation starts at 7 p.m.
Cooper Middle School
977 Balls Hill Road, McLean, VA 22101

http://www.495northernextension.org/

VDOT is conducting an environmental study about plans to extend the 495 Express Lanes by approximately three miles from the 495 and Dulles Toll Road interchange to the vicinity of the American Legion Bridge and Maryland line.

Recording my State of the County Address!
05/15/2019

Recording my State of the County Address!

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