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Stay Safe in the Summer Heat

From Fairfax County:


The National Weather Service has issued an excessive heat warning for Thursday, July 21, and Friday, July 22, from noon to 8 p.m. each day.

An excessive heat warning means that a prolonged period of hot temperatures will occur. The combination of hot temperatures and high humidity will create a dangerous situation in which heat illnesses are possible for you, your family and your coworkers.

High temperatures will be in the upper 90s Thursday and in the upper 90s or low 100s on Friday; heat indices over 110 at times. The worst of the heat will be during the afternoon and early evening hours Thursday and Friday. The excessive heat will likely carry over into the weekend as well.

Virginia State Of Emergency

RICHMOND (WUSA) -- Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell has declared a state of emergency Thursday after severe storms and tornadoes caused deaths throughout the state.

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State agencies are going to help local governments respond to the impact of the severe weather.

• The Virginia Emergency Operations Center is coordinating the state's response with increased staffing.

Fairfax County Public Schools Closed, Offices Open

Fairfax County Public Schools Closed, Offices Open

From FCPS Outreach:

All Fairfax County public schools will be closed today, January 26, 2011. Offices are open with an unscheduled leave policy in effect.
The following activities in schools and on school grounds are canceled:
·   extracurricular activities
·   interscholastic contests
·   team practices
·   field trips
·   middle school after-school programs
·   professional learning and training courses
·   all adult and community education classes
·   recreation programs and community use

School Age Child Care (SACC) centers are closed. 

Weather emergency personnel are to report to work.

Virginia Department of Transportation Gives Winter Driving Tips

Virginia Department of Transportation Gives Winter Driving Tips

From VDOT:

Motorists are encouraged to check current weather, road conditions and traffic cameras before traveling by visiting www.511virginia.org or by calling 511.

Storm Damage Brush Pickup Available

In the aftermath of last week’s storm, and the harsh storm this morning, many residents are dealing with brush all over their property. In an effort to assist the citizens affected, the Department of Public Works is providing storm damage brush pickups. The Town of Vienna will provide this service as a one-time only, free service for each residence in Town.

If you would like the service, you must request it no later than Sunday, August 22. Your must also meet the requirements for the pickup which include trees and limbs less than 6 inches in diameter and less than 8 feet in length. If you have larger brush, you will need to cut it down to meet the requirements before the pickup service can be provided. Once the brush is collected and at your curb, you can call the special pickup line at 703-255-5727.