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Fairfax Residents Asked To Submit Flooding Damage Reports

Fairfax Residents Asked To Submit Flooding Damage Reports

From Fairfax County Emergency Blog:

In order to qualify for federal disaster assistance, Fairfax County needs to prove that a certain percentage of its residents were impacted by an incident. Last week’s flooding impacted many homes and businesses – and the Office of Emergency Management needs to hear from you.

Contact the Office of Emergency Management by phone at 571-350-1000 or by email to report your damage.

Fairfax County Public Schools to Close Grass Fields This Weekend

From FCPS Outreach:

All Fairfax County public schools will be open for activities on Saturday, September 10, and Sunday, September 11, except for grass athletic fields, which will be closed for use.  Artificial turf fields can be used.

All Fairfax County Public Schools Closed Friday, September 9

From FCPS Outreach:

Cleanup Safety Tips from Fairfax County

From Fairfax County Emergency Information:

 

As the storm moves on, these tips can help keep you, your family and co-workers safe as you begin to put your home or business back in order:

Parts Of Beltway Closed In Alexandria, Springfield

ALEXANDRIA, Va. (WUSA) -- The Capital Beltway (I-495) is closed due to high standing water in both directions between Telegraph Road and Eisenhower Ave.

Access to the eastbound Capital Beltway (Outer Loop) is also blocked at the Mixing Bowl in Springfield due to high standing water. Cars trying to get on the Outer Loop coming from I-95 or I-395 will be blocked at the Mixing Bowl and forced to reroute.

Cars already on the Outer Loop coming from Tyson's Corner will also be rerouted.