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REPORT PROBLEMS WITH A VACANT HOME HERE
Vacant Homes Facts at a Glance
Vacant homes can deteriorate quickly and become magnets for crime
The deteriorating property in a neighborhood can lower the value of homes in the entire community
Vacant homes can draw unwanted activity to a neighborhood, including:
Windows or doors may become broken open and vandals can loot the home of materials
The grass grows tall and litter accumulates
Pose a potential health and safety concern for the entire neighborhood
Protecting Vacant Homes in Your Neighborhood and How You Can Help
If you notice a home that seems unoccupied for an extended period of time or in disrepair, please contact the County at 703-792-7018 (or use the
Please call the Police Non-Emergency number 703-792-6500 if you see suspicious behavior at the site of a vacant home or 911 if you see a crime in progress.
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