The “It’s About Time” campaign was created to give residents more time to access the important services our libraries provide to them.C.E.L.A. logo      
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What would YOU do with more time at the library? Please share your story with your County Supervisor!
Supervisors welcome phone calls and personal emails from their constituents. Find your supervisor here or use
the Find My Neighborhood tool to determine which Supervisor represents you.

Who Represents My Library?

Fairfax County
Jeffrey C. McKay, Chairman,
Fairfax County Board of Supervisors

(Represents all branches)
Braddock District
Supervisor James R. Walkinshaw
(Represents Kings Park Library and Burke Centre Library)
Dranesville District
Supervisor John W. Foust
(Represents Dolley Madison Library, Great Falls Library, Herndon Fortnightly Library, and Tysons-Pimmit Regional Library)
Hunter Mill District
Supervisor Walter L. Alcorn
(Represents Patrick Henry Library and Reston Regional Library)
Lee District
Supervisor Rodney L. Lusk
(Represents John Marshall Library and Richard Byrd Library)
Mason District
Supervisor Penelope A. Gross
(Represents George Mason Regional Library, Thomas Jefferson Library, and Woodrow Wilson Library)
Mt. Vernon District
Supervisor Daniel G. Storck
(Represents Kingstowne Library, Lorton Library, Martha Washington Library, and Sherwood Regional Library)
Providence District
Supervisor Dalia A. Palchik
(Represents Oakton Library)
Springfield District
Supervisor Pat Herrity
(Represents Pohick Regional Library)
Sully District
Supervisor Kathy Smith
(Represents all branches including the City of Fairfax Regional Library, Centreville Regional Library, and Chantilly Regional Library and Access Services)
 
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