In order to slow the spread of the coronavirus, several local governmental entities and businesses are closing their doors until further notice. Fairfax County Public Schools are closed until at least April 10. Libraries, parks, and centers are also closed for at least two weeks.
The following list of the latest closures will be updated regularly as the situation evolves.
The Walker Nature Center is closed until further notice. All activities are canceled through March 29, but trails will remain open.
All recreational activities and events by Reston Association are canceled through March 20 as well. This Thursday’s Board of Directors meeting will be held by conference call. Members can still catch the livestream on YouTube.
While most gyms and restaurants are still open in the area, some are closing their doors temporarily.
New Trail Cycling Studio at Lake Anne Plaza is also temporarily closing.
“I am leaning heavily on the knowledge that I would rather regret closing out of an abundance of caution than regret staying open and discovering we have contributed to the spread of the illness,” wrote owner Liz Camp in an email.
The Herndon Community Center is closed through March 27.
The Herndon Police Department is suspending the following non-emergency services: the community room, tours of facilities and vehicles, ride-along program, and Friday afternoon fingerprinting services.
All building inspections of homes or interior spaces are indefinitely suspended.
The list below will be updated regularly as the situation evolves rapidly.
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