Vienna 9-1-1 Working, July 4th Fireworks on Schedule

photoVienna’s 911 Call Center operations have been fully restored.  Residents should call 911 only in cases of emergency.  Residents may also call the Police Department’s non-emergency line at (703) 255-6366. For information on activities relating to the storm, visit

Fourth of July Festival and Fireworks Show on Schedule

The Town’s annual July 4th Festival and Fireworks show will be held as scheduled on Wednesday, July 4.  For event information, visit

Town Offices Observe Normal Operating Hours

Town offices will be open on Monday, July 2, and will observe normal operating hours, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.  Implementation of the Town’s new refuse program will proceed as planned.  On Monday, July 2, all household refuse including trash, recycling, bulk items and yard waste will be collected from residences North of Maple Avenue and West of Mill Street.  To view the complete collection schedule, visit

Vienna Traffic Court Closed, Monday, July 2

Vienna Traffic Court (Fairfax County General District Court) scheduled for Monday, July 2, held at the Vienna Town Hall, 127 Center Street S, has been cancelled.  Individuals with court dates for Monday will be assigned a new court date.  For more information and to find out your new court date, call the phone number listed on your ticket.

Community Center Operations

The Vienna Parks and Recreation camps scheduled for Monday July 2, will be held as scheduled; however, due to the Boil Water Advisory currently in place, parents are asked to send bottled water with their campers.  We will make every effort to have bottled water available as needed until the restriction is lifted.

For residents still without power, the Vienna Community Center will be open for affected residents to cool off.  The Community Center will be open from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Monday, July 2.

Storm Debris Collection

Residents are asked to place storm debris to the curb on their regular refuse collection day (in accordance with the new refuse collection program that goes into effect on Monday, July 2) to be collected by Town crews.  Residents do not need to call the Department of Public Works to request a collection; simply place tree limbs and other storm generated debris to the curb for collection alongside your regular household trash and recycling materials.  Trees and limbs should be less than six inches in diameter and less than eight feet in length.  Do not clear brush near downed power lines as the brush may be energized.  For more information, call the Department of Public Works at (703) 255-6380.

Boil Water Advisory Remains in Effect

The Boil Water Advisory remains in effect for Town of Vienna water customers until at least Monday night, July 2.  During this advisory period, the City of Falls Church Water Authority will perform tests to determine when the advisory can be lifted.  In addition, the Town of Vienna will perform independent tests on water samples in its system.  For more information, view the advisory area map prepared by Fairfax County at

Road Closures

Several roads remain closed due to downed power lines and trees.

·       Ayr Hill between East Street and Beulah Road is closed

·        Frederick Street at Meadow Lane is closed

·       Druid Hill Road at Beulah Road is closed

In addition, there are low hanging lines on Moore Street SE by Park Street, Orleans Circle SW and the 500 block of Mashie Drive.  Drivers should avoid these areas.

Additional information is available on the Town’s website at  To keep up-to-date on Town activities, sign up for Vienna Community Alerts and follow the Town on Facebook and Twitter.



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