The timetable requires that City residents seeking to qualify for the special election ballot will need to qualify for the ballot by Aug. 14, in only two weeks.
The 2020 senior class of George Mason High School donated $4,000 to fund two micro grants as a part of program led by the City of Falls Church’s Economic Development Authority this spring and summer.
The American flag at the Falls Church City Hall is being flown at half mast for the next week, City Manager Wyatt Shields announced in reporting Sze’s death to the City staff.
The Falls Church City Council Monday voted unanimously to advance a new gun control ordinance that bans the carrying of weapons on City-owned or operated properties despite a heavy outpouring of written citizen comments opposing the step.
The City of Falls Church Recreation and Parks Department announced today that the Falls Church Festival (scheduled for Sept.12) and Farm Day (scheduled for Oct. 10) are canceled.
Highly-regarded Falls Church City Councilman Dan Sze died last night after a battle with esophageal cancer.
Roughly 4,000 homes spread across the City of Falls Church and greater Falls Church area just west of the City experienced power outages around 4 p.m. due to a tree on the power line, according to Dominion Energy’s Outage Map.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam announced Tuesday that another $645 million in federal CARES funds to address the Covid-19 pandemic will be released to localities around the commonwealth.
Greg Anderson, chair of the Falls Church School Board, issued a statement late Friday about the board’s decision to limit Falls Church City Public School education to online learning for at least the first nine weeks of the new school semester slated to begin Aug. 24.
By a unanimous 7-0 vote after a 3.5 hour special meeting held online Thursday night, the Falls Church School Board voted that all Falls Church schools will revert to all online learning starting Aug. 24 for at least the first nine weeks of the fall semester.