Information and Meetings of the Herndon-Monroe Sub-Committee (Reston Master Plan Special Study)

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About the Herndon-Monroe Sub-Committee

The Herndon-Monroe Sub-committee was formed on May 25, 2010 to focus on the details of the Herndon-Monroe transit area and define a vision for the area.
Read the Herndon-Monroe Sub-comittee's Charter.


The committee is expected to provide reports outlining issues, recommendations and alternatives to the Task Force.  The Task Force will discuss the reports and reach decisions
on the alternatives. 

Sub-Committee Meetings

The current practice of publically announcing sub-committee meetings and posting meeting summaries will be followed.  Sub-committee meetings will be open to the public. 
The preparation of meeting agendas will be the responsibility of the Sub-committee chair(s).  A member of the sub-committee should be appointed to prepare the meeting summaries. Draft reports, presentations, and subsequent written public comment are highlighted below.

Preparation of Committee Reports

As part of a sub-committee’s work, it is expected that documents will be created that may become part of the sub-committee’s reports.  In order to expedite the creation of
documents, the following procedure for gathering comments and producing drafts will be established and is consistent with FOIA. 

  1. The committee may appoint one or two drafters for a document. 
  2. The drafters will prepare and forward documents to the committee members. 
  3. The members may review the documents and forward comments only to the drafters. 
  4. The edited documents will be discussed in the public sub-committee meetings. 
  5. This process may be repeated between sub-committee meetings. 
  6. Prior to a meeting, the drafters will forward a version to County staff for posting as part of the agenda.


Final Report - Herndon-Monroe Sub-Commitee Report and Presentation (delivered at the September 14, 2010 Task Force Meeting)

Update regarding Final Report - Herndon-Monroe Subcommittee Station Area Report Update (delivered at the December 14, 2010 Task Force Meeting)

Submitted Public Comments in Response to Final Report

    1. Comments on Final Draft Report (submitted November 22, 2010 by Dick Rogers)

Draft Report - Presentation of the Draft Report to the Task Force (Presented September 14, 2010)


Herndon-Monroe Sub-Committee Meetings

Reston Community Center Hunters Woods
2310 Colts Neck Road
Reston, VA 20191
Phone: (703) 476-4500
Reston Community Center Lake Anne
1609-A Washington Plaza
Reston, VA 20190

Date Time Location

Details and Meeting Materials

Monday, December 13 10:30 am - 12:00 noon RCC-Hunders Woods
Room 3 
Monday, September 13 8 - 9:30 am RCC-Hunders Woods
Room 4 
Monday, August 16 8 - 9:30 am RCC-Hunders Woods
Room 1
Monday, July 26 8 - 9:30 am RCC-Lake Anne
Room C
Tuesday, July 13 6-7:30 pm RCC-Hunders Woods
Room 4 
Tuesday, July 6 8-9:30 am RCC-Lake Anne
Room B

Monday, June 28

6-7:30 pm RCC-Hunders Woods
Room 3
Tuesday, June 22 8-9:30 am  RCC-Hunders Woods
Room 4 


Monday, June 14 6-7:30 pm RCC-Hunders Woods
Room 4
Tuesday, June 8 8-9:30 am RCC-Hunders Woods
Room 4

Reference Documents

Specific to Herndon-Monroe Transit Area

General Documents

  1. Various Herndon-Monroe Area Maps and Tables
  2. Submitted for Sub-Committee Consideration
  3. Community and Task Force thoughts on Wiehle Avenue
  4. Monroe Street Station (a.k.a. Herndon-Monroe Transit Station Area) by John Carter
  5. Overview of Draft Herndon-Monroe Station Recommendations
  1. Comprehensive Plan Glossary
  2. Station and Town Center Areas for Review in 2010

Herndon-Monroe Sub-Committee Members

Name Association
 Nicholas Bauer, Co-Chair At-Large 
 John Bowman RCA Alternate
 John Anderson Carter At-Large 
 Michael Cooper Brandywine Realty Trust
 Frederick Costello At-Large 
 Arthur Hill Reston P&Z
Susan Mockenhaupt At-Large Alternate for Pew
 Greg Riegle, Co-Chair WARD 
 Gerald Volloy ARCH







Various Herndon-Monroe Area Maps and Tables

The following documents are selected maps and tables for use during sub-committee meetings.


  1. Aerial of Herndon-Monroe Area (Cover Page)
  2. Approved Plan - (FAR) Floor Area Ratio
  3. Approved Plan - Land Use
  4. Approved Zoning - Land Use
  5. Existing (FAR) Floor Area Ratio
  6. Existing Land Use


  1. Environmental Features within Reston's Metro Station Areas 
  2. Sunrise Valley Wetlands Storm Water Map
  3. Park & Ride 2008 Parking Analysis
  4. Herndon Metro Project Boundaries
  5. Herndon-Monroe Transit Station Site Plan


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Submitted for Sub-Committee Consideration

The following documents have been submitteed by Task Force members and community members for consideration by the Herndon-Monroe Sub-committee.

  1. Alternative Road Access Concepts for Sprint Campus  (submitted by Polo Fields Homeowners Association on July 2, 2010)
  2. Illustration of Proposed Herndon-Monroe TOD Site by Dewberry & Davis - alterations by Jerry Volloy (submitted July 1, 2010)
  3. Polo Fields Vision for C-3/C-4 (Sprint Campus) Transit Oriented Development (TOD) (submitted June 28, 2010
  4. Property Owner Presentation: Tishman Speyer and Existing Woodland Park Master Plan (submitted June 22, 2012)
  5. Monroe Street Station (a.k.a. Herndon-Monroe Transit Station Area) by John Carter (submitted June 22, 2012)

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Community and Task Force thoughts on Herndon-Monroe

The following documents are the compilation of concerns, thoughts, and suggestions collected from community and Task Force members concerning the Herndon-Monroe station area.

  1. Vision for Herndon-Monroe from the Reston 2020 Work Groups

  2. Task Force Map Tracings from May 25th Task Force Meeting on Wiehle Avenue
    1. J. Carter Group
    2. R. Murphy Group
    3. R. Noritake Group

  3. Compilation of Community Feedback from February 27, 2010 Herndon-Monroe Community Workshop

  4. Task Force Feedback and Map Tracings for Herndon-Monroe from June 1, 2010 Task Force Meeting

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