Fairfax County Fire Station 41 - Crosspointe Station 9610 Hampton Rd, Fairfax Station, VA22039 Fairfax County maintains 41 fire stations throughout the county - this one opened in 2007, making it number 41. It is…More one of two in Fairfax Station and keeps ten professional firefighters on duty at all times; these are members of a staff estimated to be about 30 people in total. The staff of men and women are equipped and trained to deal with emergencies in the local and surrounding communities. In addition to fighting fires and providing emergency medical assistance, firefighters show residents how to safely install child seats, set-up and use smoke detectors and conduct home safety checks. The department is part of the Northern Virginia regional response system along with the City of Alexandria, Arlington County, the City of Fairfax, Prince William County, Loudoun County, Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, Fort Belvoir and Fort Meyer.
Fairfax County maintains 41 fire stations throughout the county. This station, number 32, is one of two in Fairfax…More Station and one of several near Route 123. Fairview Fire Station keeps six professional firefighters (members of a staff which firefighters estimate to be about 18-25 people total) on-duty at all times, and these men and women equipped and trained to deal with emergencies in Fairfax Station and the surrounding communities. The station operates one paramedic engine and one "Advanced Life-Support" unit, but does not maintain a ladder truck.
In addition to fighting fires and providing emergency medical assistance, firefighters show residents how to safely install child seats, set-up and use smoke detectors and conduct home safety checks.
The department is part of the Northern Virginia regional response system along with the City of Alexandria, Arlington County, the City of Fairfax, Prince William County, Loudoun County, Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority, Fort Belvoir and Fort Meyer.
Madhu and Phil, founders of Grime Solvers, both believe that "pursuing total quality and delivering on our…More promises are the most critical aspects of Grime Solvers' mission to be the best cleaning service provider in the Northern Virginia area since 1983."
Grime Solvers is bonded and insured and provides screened and trained staff that they claim will "continually exceed your expectations" because they adhere to a "41-point inspection checklist." Their services are affordable and can be customized to meet the customer's specific needs.
Weekly, bi-weekly or monthly full services are available and include all aspects of house cleaning, from window washing to carpet cleaning as well as typical household tasks such as laundry and silver polishing. One time move-in or move-out services are also offered. Grime Solvers provides free estimates and excellent references.
Grime Solvers serves Northern Virginia including: Alexandria, Arlington, Ashburn, Burke, Centreville, Chantilly, Fairfax, Great Falls, McLean, Oakton, Reston, Springfield, Vienna, and Loudoun County.
New Dimensions Realty has been serving the real estate needs of clients residing in Fairfax Station and…More beyond since 1996 when it was founded by owner and broker Sukh Singh. Specializing in short sales and foreclosures, New Dimensions Realty also offers assistance with locating homes through auctions, trustee sales, owner listings and traditional real estate listings in the Northern Virginia area.
New Dimensions Realty can help buy, lease or sell residential properties in Fairfax, Arlington, Loudoun, Prince William and Stafford counties. The agency is also licensed to operate in Maryland and Washington, D.C.
Ms. Singh states that her agency currently has four experienced agents on staff and that they mostly work on a referral basis.
"I offer a very, very good service and will, of course, extend that service to all new clients," she said.
One of the best things about life in Northern Virginia is the quality of the public parks - and in the Fairfax…More Station area this is perhaps more true than anywhere else in the county. It therefore seems apt that the headquarters of this vast undertaking are in Fairfax Station, just off of busy Ox Road in an edifice of an imposing size suitable for the task.
The Northern Virginian Regional Park Authority maintains parks in Alexandria, Arlington and Fairfax County. A complete list of area parks may be viewed here.
There are a remarkable number of parks in Fairfax Station and the immediate vicinity: In addition to the vast Burke Lake Park (which is operated by the Fairfax County Park Authority), the NVRPA maintains both the Fountainhead and the Sandy Run regional parks in Fairfax Station. There is also the majestic Hemlock Overlook Regional Park in nearby Clifton and the Pohick Bay and Occoquan regional parks in Lorton, as well as numerous other nearby parks of widely varying sizes.
The NVRPA maintains "more than 10,000 acres of woodlands, streams and rolling Virginia countryside," according to the park authority's website. It has 21 regional parks featuring golf courses, swimming pools, hiking trails and much more.