The City of Falls Church is pleased to announce a new curbside food waste collection service - one of the first such programs in Virginia - available to any City resident who receives curbside solid waste services. Read on...
Falls Church Reaffirms Commitment to GHG Emissions Reduction
In March of this year, the City of Falls Church reinforced its long-standing commitment to environmental sustainability with the adoption of City Council Resolution 2017-12, our commitment to a greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction target for the City of Falls Church. By making steady progress towards the goal of an 80% reduction in our GHG emissions by 2050, Falls Church will be doing its own part to uphold the similar goals of the Paris Climate Agreement, through both local and regional action. Accompanying the resolution was a Staff report which explains the City’s approach in greater detail.
U.S. states, cities, businesses, and educational institutions are taking action and upholding their commitment to these shared goals. We are not alone in our determination to proceed. The City will also continue to look for more federal support for this effort, not less, over the long term.
Visit the Environmental Programs page on the City's website to learn more about the green programs, events, and resources that reaffirm our commitment to our environment.
The award-winning market returns every Saturday to the City Hall parking lot, filled with fresh, local produce, meat, dairy, flowers & plants, honey, chocolates, gifts, music, and so much more!
CANCELLED - City Council Work Session
City Council Work Sessions are held the first and third Monday of the month, with the exception of August and December when only one meeting is held. These meetings are open to the public and are conducted to allow Council Members to discuss upcoming legislation and policy issues; the public is not generally invited to speak.