On Monday, June 8, City of Fairfax City Hall will transition to Limited Access, allowing public access to city government offices by appointment only, including DMV Select services.
How to Make an Appointment:
Scroll down to the list of departments and find the department with which you wish to make an appointment. Please click on "Make an Appointment,"or call/email that department to set up an appointment time.
Appointments must be made the previous workday, at least 24 hours in advance.
Unscheduled visitors will not be permitted entry.
Visitor who are more than five minutes late may have their appointments cancelled, and must reschedule with the appropriate department.
Visitors will only be allowed in 5 minutes before their appointment.
Please enter and exit City Hall from the Fairfax City Hall Atrium, from the east door facing George Mason Boulevard and adjacent to full accessibility parking. All other doors will be locked.
Visitors must check their temperature in the Atrium. Those with a temperature greater than 100.4ºF will be asked to reschedule their appointment.
Reminder: the Commonwealth of Virginia has mandated the wearing of face coverings in all indoor public spaces. Please practice social distancing.
Office of Elections — Voters are encouraged to park in the specially marked spaces and follow the directions on the signs to contact the Office of Elections. Stay in the car, and staff will conduct business at the car, practicing social distancing and other proper health protocol. Information: email, 703.385.7891
The following city facilities remain closed until further notice:
Fairfax Museum & Visitor Center
Green Acres Center, including Young at Heart Senior Center
Historic Blenheim and The Civil War Interpretive Center
Old Town Hall
Stacy C. Sherwood Community Center
Police Department headquarters lobby (a phone adjacent to the lobby may be used for walk-ins and emergency)