Aurora House is a residential counseling center for girls ages 13-17 and certified by the Virginia Department of Juvenile Justice. Aurora House offers long-term community-based treatment to a group of up to 12 girls.
The Building Safety Division enforces codes and regulations established by the Commonwealth of Virginia and the City of Falls Church governing the construction, alteration, and maintenance of buildings and structures within the City for the protection of residents and property.
The City Attorney is the legal advisor to the City Council, School Board, City Manager, city departments, and boards and commissions.
Appointed by City Council, the City Clerk serves as administrator for the council and maintains records of official city documents.
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The City Manager is appointed by the City Council and is responsible for administrative and operations activities of the city and for preparing the city's budget.
The Commissioner of the Revenue Office is responsible for assessing business licenses, personal property tax, short-term rental tax, and transient occupancy tax; and the office also processes individual state income tax returns for city residents.
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The Falls Church Combined District Court includes a General District Court and a Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court. The Circuit Court hears appeals from District Court along with matters of a more serious nature.
Development Services staff handle long-range planning and zoning policy efforts, fiscal impact modeling, traffic-calming policy design, historical preservation, and Chesapeake Bay preservation compliance control, among other initiatives.
The Economic Development Office (EDO) staff bring years of hands-on development experience to help you find solutions to your business expansion or relocation needs!
The Department of Finance consists of financial services, purchasing and open bids, and real estate assessments.
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The Fire Marshal is a sworn law enforcement division of the Police Department and is responsible for enforcing the Virginia Statewide Fire Prevention Code, which has been adopted by the City of Falls Church.
Housing and Human Services (HHS) works to build a stronger and healthier community through a range of comprehensive services that address the needs of city residents and facilitate community development.
The Human Resources Division helps city departments attract, motivate, retain, manage, and develop qualified and productive employees.
The Information Technology (IT) Division is responsible for managing the installation and maintenance of all of the systems and networks that provide computer technology and telephone services for all city departments.
Mary Riley Styles Public Library provides library services to the citizens of Falls Church and has reciprocal borrowing agreements with libraries whose jurisdictions are members of the Council of Governments (COG).
Learn more about the Planning Division of Falls Church.
The City of Falls Church Police Department keeps the city safe through various traffic, crime prevention, and education programs.
The Department of Public Works (DPW) provides planning, engineering, and administration support for the city's public works efforts.
The Purchasing Division procures goods, services, and construction in accordance with applicable codes and policies.
The Real Estate Assessment Office determines the value of all property located within the City of Falls Church at full and fair market value as of January 1 of each year.
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Learn about the Sheriff's Department.
Responsibilities of the Treasurer's Office include tax billing and the collection, safeguarding, and disbursement of all city funds.
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