Fairfax County Crime
Prevention and Awareness
Pothole Reporting - report a road problem (i.e. pothole) to VDOT
Trees - report a downed
tree or debris to Fairfax County after a storm
Fairfax Water - monitor and report water main
Excessive Speed concerns
- Obtain any of the follwing if possible - license plate, make, model, year.
- Contact FFC non-emergency number - 703-691-2131
- Many residents inquire about speed control devices like speed
humps. This is a Fairfax County Department of Transportation responsibility. More information can be found at https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/transportation/residential-traffic-administration -- see below for a PDF with details
Nextdoor.com (click to
join) - If you're not already a member, the Board
suggests trying a private social-networking website called Nextdoor as a way to exchange information of interest in the community. Nextdoor has specific sections on lost & found, crime &
safety, business recommendations and classified ads. Note that the Clarks Crossing "neighborhood" is larger than the formal boundaries of our Association.
Northern Virigina Paving Projects - VDOT website with interactive map showing which roads are scheduled for paving.
Fairfax County Alerts - subscribe to traffic (and other alerts) from Fairfax County, received via email,
text messages and more.
Route 7 Corridor Improvement - News, updates, FAQs and more on the pending expansion of Rt 7 from Tyson's Corner to
Fairfax County Alerts - Subscribe to weather (and other alerts) from Fairfax County, received via email, text messages and more. See recent newsletter attached below.
Cross Ready -
Guidance on putting together family first aid and survival kits for different types of disasters, as well as making emergency plans for your family