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4/1/20 COVID-19 Response Update 
Effective Friday, March 27, at 5 p.m., all Fairfax County Government buildings are closed to the public. This closure will remain in effect indefinitely in an effort to reduce the risk of COVID-19 virus transmission. Additionally, Fairfax County strongly urges residents to follow the stay-at-home order issued by Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam on Monday, March 30. The governor’s action remains in effect until June 10. For more information, visit: https://bit.ly/2yljg5S

A Resource for the McLean Community
Want to help others or need help yourself? The Fairfax County Community Covid Aid Project is a charity started at McLean High School to connect volunteers with those in need in our community during this difficult time. The organization runs a database where McLean residents can access services, like grocery shopping and online tutoring, by requesting help from a group of dedicated volunteers. All volunteers are Fairfax County residents, who have signed up through the website, https://www.fairfaxcountycovidaid.org.

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Coronavirus imageUpdated Wednesday, April 1, 2020—Effective Friday, March 27, at 5 p.m., all Fairfax County Government buildings are closed to the public. This closure will remain in effect indefinitely in an effort to reduce the risk of COVID-19 virus transmission. Additionally, Fairfax County strongly urges residents to follow the stay-at-home order issued by Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam on Monday, March 30. The governor’s action remains in effect until June 10. For more information, visit: https://bit.ly/2yljg5S

 

Updated Wednesday, March 25, 2020—At a Special Meeting of the McLean Community Center (MCC) Governing Board today, the Board unanimously voted to cancel all Center-sponsored activities in the months of April and May, including McLean Day 2020. The action came in response to my  recommendations, as I cited the ongoing Centers for Disease Control and Fairfax County Health Department guidelines concerning large gatherings. McLean Day, the center’s largest event, typically draws approximately 10,000 participants.

 

Absentee voting for the MCC 2020 Governing Board Election, currently underway, will continue through 5 p.m. on Wednesday, May 13. The McLean Day in-person voting, stipulated in the Center’s Memorandum of Understanding, will be held at MCC, 1234 Ingleside Ave., as scheduled from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 16. Questions? Please feel free to call the Center at 703-790-0123, TTY: 711. 

 

Updated Friday, March 20, 2020—I am writing to update you on the current situation at McLean Community Center as we work through the many challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. As always, Fairfax County Government, the MCC Governing Board and staff are dedicated to taking prudent actions for the continued health and safety of all our patrons and the community at large.

Effective Monday, March 16, in adherence with the County Supervisor’s recommendations all Fairfax County parks, libraries and community facilities are closed to the public. This includes recreation, nature, community, resource and teen centers, golf courses, historic sites, athletic fields and picnic shelters.

In addition, MCC, The Alden Theatre, the Old Firehouse Center and the McLean Project for the Arts will remain closed until further notice. All classes, activities and performances are canceled, as are all scheduled facility rentals, community organization uses and the MCC Governing Board meeting and Public Hearing, which were scheduled for Wednesday, March 25.

We are staying closed an additional two weeks as it is our policy to not hold classes when Fairfax County Public Schools are closed, and because of the CDC guidance, which recommends everyone stay away from gatherings of 10 or more people.

MCC staff members are still working throughout the closing and can be reached by email. Our staff listing is available on our website, here: https://mcleancenter.org/about/staff. Please stay tuned to our website and social media sites for updates as they become available.

We are monitoring the situation and will make a determination about future programs. Our MCC Governing Board Election is underway with absentee voting by mail only, starting today, March 18, and continuing through Wednesday, May 13. You can view the candidates and their personal statements, as well as instructions on how to vote on our website, here: https://mcleancenter.org/general-articles/428-2020-governing-board-candidates.

Finally, please make use of the many Fairfax County resources available to keep you up to date on the situation:

Sincerely,
George Sachs
Executive Director
McLean Community Center