Reston Master Plan Special Study Meeting Information
A variety of meetings have occured since the Reston Master Plan Special Study began in December 2010. These meetings have allowed community members and Task Force members opportunity to
- Evaluate current Reston-Herndon Suburban Center Comprehensive Plan recommendations, Reston Community Planning Sector (UP5) recommendations, and 1989 Reston Master Plan
- Develop changes to these recommendations.
The work of the Reston Master Plan Special Study is divided into 3 different types of meeting opportunties for dialogue, education, and recommendation formulation: Task Force meetings, Task Force Sub-Committee meetings, and Community Workshops. All meetings are open to the public.
View the list of Task Force Members
The Task Force has held regular meetings every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of
each month since January 2010. Task Force meetings typically start
at 7pm and may last through 9 or 9:30pm depending on the
agenda.This frequency of Task Force meetings will continue through
June 2010 and change in July as the Dulles Toll Road and Reston
Town Center phase of the Reston Mastser Plan Special Study
transitions from data collection, awareness, and education to the
editing of the Comprehensive Plan text.
- Community members are urged to attend Task Force meetings.
- Time is allocated at the beginning of each meeting for community comment. After the period of community comment, community members can observe the dialogue between Task Force members and learn about the variety of topics that impact the development of the Fairfax Comprehensive Plan as it relates to Reston.
- Sub-committees have been formed to address the planning and work of the Task Force than requires more resources and time than what is allocated during a standard Task Force meeting.
- Three sub-committees have been formed: (1) Town Center Sub-Committee (2) Communications/Community Engagement Sub Committee and (3) Process Sub-Committee.
- Sub-committees schedule meetings as needed.
- Community workshops give community members their own forum to understand the variety of transit developments, demographic changes, and economic growth that have motivated the review of the current Reston Master Plan.
- Community members also suggest methods to manage impacts and take advantage of opportunities presented by transit development, demographic changes, and economic growth through the Reston Master Plan.
- Ideas, research, and concerns of many community members have been captured since the beginning of the study.