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City Hall is Closed, but the Government’s Core Programs and Services are Open
All City buildings are now closed to the public, including City Hall, the Community Center, and the Mary Riley Styles Public Library. Residents can conduct most business online (see quick links below). City staff are available by phone and email. Core service staff are available by in-person appointment if necessary. Click here for details.
Playgrounds and Park Facilities are Closed; Parks Open
- City fields, tennis courts, basketball courts, and the skate park are now closed to the public, regardless of group size.
- City playgrounds remain closed. They are unsafe to play on as they are not sanitized.
- Larry Graves Park is closed as this is a shared park with the Fairfax Park Authority.
- City Parks remain open to the public, but please practice safe social distancing when visiting.
General District and Circuit Court
The Arlington Courthouse (1425 No. Courthouse Rd), where Falls Church Combined Courts are currently operating from, will be open to the public from 8am to noon, Monday-Friday until further notice. The courts will continue to receive phone calls until 4pm.
The Arlington County and City of Falls Church General District Court has postponed all non-jailable traffic cases through March 31. Criminal trials and preliminary hearings are now status hearings. Subpoenaed witnesses are released. Arraignments and bond motions will be heard. View the full memorandum (PDF). Call the Clerk’s Office at (703) 248-5096 for your new court date or more information.
The Arlington County and City of Falls Church Circuit Court has postponed all jury trials and released witnesses from subpoenas through March 31. Other hearings and sentencing dockets are also postponed. Arraignments and bond motions will still be heard.
- Farmers Market To Go
Farmers Market To Go is a pre-order and pick-up program on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to noon. No browsing and shopping allowed. Visit the website for details on how to place an order with each vendor.
- Curbside Bulk Item Pickup Suspended
The City’s curbside residential trash hauler has suspended curbside bulk item pickup for now. Regular Wednesday curbside trash, recycling, and compost collection services continue.
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