Projects & Initiatives

About

These are a few of the countywide projects and initiatives that impact the community.

Economic Success

Economic Success

Fairfax County's strategic plan for economic success focuses on high-level policy recommendations to help the county to expand and diversify the economy.

Diversion First

Diversion First

Diversion First offers alternatives to incarceration for people with mental illness or developmental disabilities, who come into contact with the criminal justice system for low level offenses.

One Fairfax

One Fairfax

One Fairfax is a joint social and racial equity policy of the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors and School Board. It is a declaration that all residents deserve an equitable opportunity to succeed if they work hard.

Police Practices Review Commission

Police Practices Review Commission Progress Report

The commission engages the community in an open and transparent process to recommend changes towards the goal of maintaining a safe community, ensuring a culture of public trust and making sure county polices provide for the fair and timely resolution of police-involved incidents.

Panhandling

Panhandling

Learn about Fairfax County’s approach to help those people in need who request donations on local roadways and medians.

Human Services System

Human Services System

The Human Services system includes programs for residents related to mental health, substance abuse, child care, older adults, people with disabilities, domestic violence and more.

Energy Action Fairfax

Energy Action Fairfax

Energy Action Fairfax is the county's energy education and outreach program. Each step you take to become more energy efficient will reduce your energy use and your costs.

Slow Down Campaign

Slow Down Campaign

Speeding is a major issue in our neighborhoods. Slow down! You live here. We live here.

Train Track Safety

Train Track Safety

Trespassing on train tracks is against the law and has led to deaths in our county. About every three hours, a person or vehicle is hit by a train in the U.S. and Fairfax County wants to end that trend.