(Updated at 11:40 a.m.) A reported power outage that hit downtown Falls Church this morning (June 18) is now resolved.
As of 9:05 a.m., Dominion reported that the power outage was affecting 224 customers on the northwestern side of the intersection of Route 7 and N. Washington Street (Route 29). By 11:40 a.m., the power outage was no longer listed on the company’s map of reported power outages.
The City of Falls Church tweeted earlier this morning that the power outage affected City Hall and the community center, which are both open, and the Mary Riley Styles Public Library, which had power restored around 10:15 a.m.
The cause of the power outage is unknown at this time.
Update on Power Outage as of 10:15am :: Power is back at City Hall, Community Center (which was on generator). @mrsplfc Library back on too and will announce soon when they will open. Stay tuned!
— City of Falls Church (@FallsChurchGov) June 18, 2019
Map via Dominion Energy
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