New Online Payment System for Property Taxes;
Where to Turn for City News and Information;
Fall Activities in Falls Church City
By FALLS CHURCH CITY COMMUNICATIONS
September 17, 2010
Farmers Market, every Saturday, 8 a.m.
Sunset Cinema, Sept. 17 — “Princess and the Frog” (G, 2009)
Property Yard Open House, Sept. 18
Did You Know?
You can help Falls Church City schools earn rewards from Giant every time you shop at Giant. Register your Giant card at www.giantfood.com/aplus . For TJ elementary, the code is 1938; for Mt. Daniel, 1935; for Henderson, 2930 and for GMHS the code is 1925. For more information call 1-877-275-2758.
Join the Habitat Restoration Team in restoring the local ecosystem in City parks. The next restoration event is Saturday, Sept. 18, 10 a.m. until noon, Cherry Hill Park, 312 Park Ave. (meet behind the basketball courts near the wooded area). Volunteers will remove invasive plants and plant natives that benefit local birds and butterflies.
Learn how to turn leaves and yard trimmings into rich organic compost Sept. 18, 3-4:30 p.m. at the Cherry Hill Park Picnic Shelter, 312 Park Ave. To reserve your spot, contact Sandy Tarpinian at email@example.com or 703-536-7186.
Property Yard Open House Sept. 18
Family-friendly fun is planned at the City of Falls Church Property Yard Open House on Sept. 18, 8 a.m.-1 p.m., including taking pictures on heavy-duty equipment, watching the making of water connections, repairing water main pipes under pressure, leak detection techniques and more. Read more >>
Recycling Cart New Trash Cans Coming Soon
The trash cans are coming! The City’s new rolling trash cans are expected to be delivered in early October. City residents will be notified with an informative door hanger before the cans arrive. Rolling carts have many advantages: they allow more space for recycling, keep contents dry, reduce litter and vermin; and for most customers, carts are easy to roll to the curb. For more information about the new service call the Solid Waste Hot Line 703-248-5160.
Pay Bills Online
City residents have a new, easy and convenient way to view and pay personal property invoices online; just visit the City web site at www.fallschurchva.gov . Phase I of online bill pay is for personal property tax bills. In the future, citizens will be able to access and pay real estate tax bills, water bills, parking tickets, and dog licenses.
GEORGE Ends Sept. 24
Due to budget cuts, the City’s GEORGE bus service will end on Friday, Sept. 24.