Fairfax Forward - The Reston Area Study
The Reston Master Plan Special Study
The Reston Master Plan Special Study was a two-phase planning study to identify appropriate changes to the Fairfax County Comprehensive Plan to help guide future development in the planned community of Reston and adjoining areas located along the Dulles Airport Access and Toll Road. The study began in 2009 and concluded in June 2015 after robust and thoughtful community discussions and participation.
Phase I of the Study proposed updates to the Comprehensive Plan for the Reston Transit Station Areas. The Reston Transit Station Areas include the Reston Town Center, as well as the areas along the Dulles Toll Road adjacent to existing (Wiehle-Reston East) and planned (Reston Town Center & Herndon) Silver Line Metro stations. Phase I concluded with the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors' adoption of the Reston Transit Station Areas Comprehensive Plan amendment on February 11, 2014. Learn more about the first phase of the Study by reading this Phase I summary brochure or visiting the Phase I website.
Phase II of the Study proposed updates to the Comprehensive Plan for the remainder of Reston, including the residential neigborhoods, Village Centers, Convenience Centers, and other commercial areas. Phase II concluded with the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors' adoption of the Reston Plan and other associated Comprehensive Plan guidance on June 02, 2015.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS ADOPTED PLAN - June 02, 2015
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors adopted the Reston Plan and several related changes to the Comprehensive Plan for the Reston area. The Board adopted the Planning Commission recommendation along with a Board modification. The adopted Reston Plan includes:
To learn more about the adopted Reston Plan,
read this short summary (2 pages), watch this
video of Fairfax County Planner Faheem Darab providing a brief
overview (2 minutes) of the Plan, or visit the Reston Master Plan
Special Study's About the