Check out the following stories by FFXNOW and The Connection on Ffx FSS’s World Day of Remembrance (WDoR) event on 11/20/2022 at Oakton High School: https://www.ffxnow.com/2022/11/22/with-23-pedestrians-dead-advocates-call-for-action-to-make-fairfax-county-roads-safer/ http://www.connectionnewspapers.com/news/2022/nov/21/international-world-day-remembrance-2022-vulnerabl/

A summary of the Fairfax Families for Safe Streets (Ffx FSS) October 3, 2022 meeting is now available. Please read the October 2022 meeting notes and find out how you can get involved.

A summary of the Arlington Families for Safe Streets (Arl FSS) October 26, 2022 meeting is now available. Please read the October 2022 meeting notes and find out how you can get involved.

A summary of the Alexandria Families for Safe Streets (AFSS) September 20, 2022 meeting is now available. Please read the September 2022 meeting notes and find out how you can get involved.

A summary of the Fairfax Families for Safe Streets (Ffx FSS) September 12, 2022 meeting is now available. Please read the September 2022 meeting notes and find out how you can get involved.

The Mayor of Alexandria, Justin Wilson, and the Chair of Arlington County Board, Christian Dorsey, were joined by Alexandria Chief of Police, Mike Brown, as well as the husband and daughters of Rosemarie Cruz in support of the message that there is a health crisis in our communities caused from traffic violence being inflicted on pedestrians and other vulnerable road users. Rosemarie Cruz, the mother of a ten and eleven-year-old daughters, who was killed in the Arlandria area by a distracted driver while crossing Mt. Vernon Ave with the crosswalk sign in her favor on Dec 4, 2016. Additional families who lost loved ones to