Visit the Groveton Boundary Page for Map and original boundary designations : Groveton Boundary.
Groveton supports the protection of our local watersheds, Chesapeake Bay, Potomac River and the Atlantic Ocean. Find out what you can do you help protect our watersheds by visiting the www.fairfaxcounty.gov/dpwes/Watersheds/ website. Interested? Contact your civic association. For the Groveton Civic Assocation, the email address is GCA22306@verizon.net and visit the Storm Drains webpage > Storm Drains. Northern Virginia Soil and Water Conservation District Program provided the GCA with excellent presentation on April 4, 2011 regarding Rail Barrels - select pdf version
Groveton supports the Fairfax County Litter Control Program and the “Adopt a Spot” Program. Trash in front of your house degrades the appearance of your home and presents the community in a negative manner. The trash gets washed into the drainage system and eventually into the streams. This impacts the Chesapeake Watershed and the environment. Trash attracts mice, rats, and other vermin to your home, which can create an infestation.
Groveton supports the “Adopt a Street” Program. The approach allows the residents to be responsible for their street and to pick up trash and debris in the curbs and sidewalks on their street. This workload sharing takes minimal effort on the part of the resident yet it ensures a clean and respectable community, Fairfax County provides the supplies. Interested? Contact your civic association. For the Groveton Civic Assocation, the email address is GCA22306@verizon.net.
Beacon of Groveton Apartment and Mixed-Use Complex - www.BeaconOfGroveton.com
Need a Realtor? Visit the COMMUNITY BUSINESS PAGE
St. Louis Catholic Church - www.saintlouisparish.org/
St. Mark's Episcopal Church - www.stmarksalex.org/
Groveton Baptist Church - www.grovetonbaptistchurch.org/
Faith United Methodist Church - Faith United Methodist Church
For information about the services and support in Fairfax County, visit the Fairfax County Home Page.
Non-Emergency and Animal Control - call 703-691-2131
NOTICED A POTHOLE in VA??
If you would like to report a pothole to VDOT, contact customer service center at 1-800-FOR-ROAD (800-367-7623) or online http://www.virginiadot.org/travel/citizen.asp. If you hit a pothold and your vehicle is damaged, you can sumit a damagae claim to VDOT. Calimss are investigated on a case-by-case basis.
Additionally, you can call Lee District at 703-971-6262.
Notice a loose cable, low-hanging cable, cable box too low or other cable related issues?
Contact 703-324-5902, TTY711 or send email wwwCPRD@fairfaxcounty.gov and report the problem with location of the issue and your contact information.
Report your street's traffic issues, problems, etc. to the Fairfax County traffic enforcement officers. Email your concerns to: email@example.com
page contains detailed information, and the following utility phone numbers and websites are provided for quick reference:
Electric website: 1-888-667-3000
Gas website: 703-750-1000 Emergency: 703-750-1400 or 1-800-752-7520
Fairfax County Water and Sewer services 703-698-5800
Fairfax County Trash Pickup 703-802-3322 or visit the Fairfax Countypage.
Fairfax Water Authority Project:
1. There will be a project to replace the water line between Donora to Groveton thru to Lee District Park.
2. There is a website at www.fairfaxwater.org to find real-time updates on active water main breaks.
Voting Information: (Fairfax County Voting and Citizenship website)
Office of Elections at 12000 Government Center Parkway, Suite 323, Fairfax, Va. 22035-0081
or CALL 703-222-0776.
The western portion of Groveton is located in Lee District under the Groveton Precinct 405, Congressional District 08, Senate 030, and House of Representatives 044. For voting precinct, maps and directions, go to the Fairfax County Lee District website: www.fairfaxcounty.gov/eb/pcts/lee/lee.htm.
The eastern portion of Groveton is located in Mount Vernon District under the Bucknell Precinct 604, Congressional District 08, Senate 036, and House of Representatives 044. For voting precinct, maps and directions, go to the Fairfax County Mount Vernon website: