To mark Fire Prevention Week, fire stations all across Fairfax County will be opening their doors to the public this weekend.
From 10 a.m.-4 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 13, every fire station in Fairfax will be open, with members of the public invited to meet firefighters, see the fire trucks, participate in activities and learn about fire safety.
Fire stations inside our coverage area include:
- Fire Station 1 in McLean (1455 Laughlin Ave.)
- Fire Station 29 in Tysons (1560 Spring Hill Road)
- Fire Station 13 in Dunn Loring (2148 Gallows Road)
- Fire Station 2 in Vienna (400 Center Street)
- Fire Station 30 in Merrifield (8739 Lee Highway)
For those in Tysons, it will also be a chance to wish your local Fire Station 29 a happy 40th birthday.
A map of all Fairfax County fire stations is available online.
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