Message from Dan Storck in Mount Vernon

Message from Dan Storck in Mount Vernon

Annual Mount Vernon District Town Meeting is Back in Person

We are very excited, after two years of pandemic challenges, to be back in-person at Mount Vernon High School with the 35th Annual Town Meeting, with virtual options as in past years. Of course, we are monitoring the COVID-19 situation, taking all CDC recommended safeguards, and will adjust our format as needed. 

Join us on Saturday, Feb. 12 from 7:45 a.m.–noon to engage and learn about topics and issues that are important to you in our District, County and schools. Our very popular Exhibit Hall runs from 7:45 – 9:30 a.m. with many, many County agencies and local service providers, providing an opportunity to connect with these services and mingle with your neighbors. The Mount Vernon High School Athletic Booster Club will be on hand selling hot coffee and morning treats. 

Looking for an easy, convenient way to get your COVID-19 Vaccine? The Fairfax County Health Department will be on hand to provide them. Appointments are available and walk-ins are welcome. Visit the MV District website for additional information:

The morning’s program will begin at 9:30 a.m. with a year-in-review slideshow, recognition of special guests, a musical performance and an update on ALL that is happening in the District. You will hear from Supervisor Storck about District updates, Fairfax County Board Chairman Jeffrey C. McKay and County Executive Bryan Hill on County priorities and Mount Vernon District School Board Member Karen Corbett Sanders regarding schools. 

George Washington Parkway Superintendent Charles Cuvelier, Congressmen Don Beyer and Gerry Connolly, and others will also make remarks. Throughout the meeting, there will be opportunities for you to question your local leaders and hear their responses. 

The highlight of the morning will be taking a “virtual tour” of the changing Mount Vernon District from Huntington to Lorton. 

Prefer not to join us in-person this year and want to watch now or later? The Town Meeting will stream live on Facebook @SupervisorDanStorck, on YouTube Channel Mount Vernon District Supervisor Dan Storck and on Channel 16

Anyone can ask questions during the Q & A sessions, or in advance, by emailing us at, commenting on Facebook or Tweeting us @DanStorck. Use #MVTownMeeting! For more information and updates on the Town Meeting, visit:

Hopefully, by now you have received our annual year-in-review Advisor mailer at your home detailing key accomplishments of the past year and our focus for 2022. I would love to hear your thoughts about it and suggestions to make it better.