Mason District Penny Gross
Penny Gross

Supporting Our Schools and Our Children

I am enormously proud of the achievements of our Fairfax County school system and believe that we have an obligation to ensure that our students have the resources and skills to succeed in the 21st century economy.

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Promoting Our Community and Parks

A unique place, Mason District has approximately 116,000 residents living in more than 41,000 households. I have always encouraged steady commercial renewal and popular retail offerings that encircle the area, and am committed to maintaining natural resources for outdoor enjoyment.

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Building Infrastructure for Our Future

Mason District is transitioning from a suburb of the nation's capital into a dynamic and cosmopolitan community, reflective of the area’s growth in ethnic, social, and economic diversity. Planning for this growth requires public investment in schools, libraries, fire stations, parks, and other facilities and amenities that build a strong foundation for our great community.

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Creating Safer Roadways and Reducing Congestion

I am proud of the strides we have made to create safer and less congested roadways in Mason District. I have always fought for every dollar and every cent to make our byways pedestrian-friendly, business-friendly, and commuter-friendly. And I will continue to do so every day that I am in office.

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Working for the Community Through Constituent Service

The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors has responsibility for a vast array of local policies and services that affect our daily lives. My office is open from 8:30 a.m. until 6 p.m. weekdays, to help Mason District residents connect to the resources they need.

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Making Our District Environmentally Friendly

Local government is where the action is, getting things done for the community, and leaving a place better than it was when found. When it comes to improving the environment in Mason District, green isn’t just the color of leaves and grass, but a commitment to future generations.

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