Joseph Harmon

Key Facts

Party Independent
Status Incumbent

Background

Joseph Harmon earned his M.B.A. from Averett University. Harmon is a Marine veteran and former project manager for the U.S. Department of the Treasury [1,5]. Harmon previously served on the Industrial Development Authority and the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, serving as board chair from 2009-2013. Harmon has run for Councilmember twice previously, earning his first city council position in 2020 [2].

Key Issues

Community

Harmon supports greater inclusivity among residents of Fairfax. Harmon specifically believes in passing policies that introduce new perspectives regarding public safety [3].

Infrastructure

Harmon is an advocate for widespread improvements to public intersections and parks. As a Councilmember on the Fairfax City Council, Harmon passed developments to Chain Bridge Road John Mason Trail [3].

Economy

Harmon intends on using the Economic Development Administration to help the city recover from COVID-induced economic setbacks [4]. 

Endorsements

No endorsements could be found. 

Sources

1 City of Fairfax, Virginia 
2 Virginia Department of Elections
3 Twitter
4 Connection Newspapers
5 LinkedIn
6 Joseph Harmon