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New Voter Registration Cards in the Mail

From the City of Falls Church:

Voters in districts that have been affected by changes due to redistricting will soon receive new voter registration cards, if they have not received them already. The new voter registration cards reflect the changes that the Virginia General Assembly passed regarding the decennial redistricting process.  All of the City of Falls Church was redistricted into State Senate District 35 (previously in 31). 

Falls Church Voter Registration Closes Oct. 17

From the City of Falls Church:

 

Falls Church voter registration books for the November election will close on Monday, Oct. 17.   Registration applications will be accepted if they are received by the Office of Voter Registration & Elections or postmarked by Oct. 17.  Citizens who need to register to vote or update their registration address must do so by that date in order to be eligible to vote in the November election. All citizens who will be 18 years old on or before Tuesday, Nov. 8, are eligible to register and vote in this election.  Applicants may download an application to register at www.fallschurchva.gov/vote  or visit the Office of Voter Registration & Elections at 300 Park Ave., Falls Church, VA 22046.  For more information call 703-248-5085.

Absentee Voting Begins in Falls Church

From the City of Falls Church:

 

Virginia State Board of Elections Results

Yesterday the Primary Elections in two of the City's State Senate Districts were held. The August 2011 unofficial primary election results have been posted. 

 

The next General Election will be on Tuesday, November 8, 2011. On that date all of the representatives to the Virginia General Assembly (the Virginia State Senate and the House of Delegates) will be elected, as well as the Clerk of the Circuit Court. Absentee voting for these elections begins Friday, September 23.

 

Getting to Know the Falls Church City Council

From the City of Falls Church:

 

Being accessible to the public is important to the Falls Church City Council so there are many ways citizens can watch, listen, read and learn about Council activities, legislative discussions and decisions.  Input from citizens is also important to the City Council so there are many ways the public can give their comments and suggestions to the Council.

City Council Meetings


The City Council meets the second and fourth Monday of the month at 7:30 p.m. in Council Chambers, located in City Hall, 300 Park Ave., with the exception of August and December when only one regular meeting is held.  When there is a Monday holiday, the Council meeting is held on Tuesday.  The next regular City Council meeting is scheduled for Sept. 12.

Falls Church Joins Region in Letter to Governor

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