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    Silver Alert Canceled

    The senior citizen reported missing has returned home safe and sound with her dog. Thank you to all who gave attention to this serious matter.
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    City Hall is Open at 300 Park Avenue

    Most City government offices have moved back to City Hall at 300 Park Ave. Please follow the link for details. Read on...
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    Zone 2 Residential Parking Restrictions In Effect

    Be on the lookout for restricted parking signs on portions of Grove and Park Avenues. Residents living in Zone 2 are reminded to place parking decals on their vehicle's rear window. Read on...
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    Date Change: Spring Town Halls

    The monthly Town Hall meetings continue: Monday, April 29, and Sunday, May 19. Get the latest updates on the High School Campus and West Falls Church Economic Development projects! Read on...
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  1. Events
  2. Meetings
  1. Sat Apr. 27

    Farmers Market Every Saturday, every week you'll find fresh, local produce, meat, dairy, flowers & plants, honey, music, and so much more!
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  2. Sat Apr. 27

    Prescription Drug Take-Back Day National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day is April 27. The public can drop-off any expired, unused, or unwanted pills and patches free and anonymously with the City of Falls Church Police Department from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. outside the Community Center (223 Little Falls St.) Note we cannot accept liquids or needles/sharps at this event.
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  3. Sat Apr. 27

    Arbor Day Celebration The City will celebrate the honor at the 126th anniversary of Arbor Day on Saturday, April 20 with a ceremony at 1 P.M. followed by an afternoon neighborhood tree planting.
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  4. Mon Apr. 29

    DATE CHANGE: Town Hall: West Falls Church Project, and High School Project New date on Monday, April 29. City and school officials will make a presentation and answer questions on the West Falls Church Economic Development project and George Mason High School project.
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