Fairfax County has concluded a major step in the
re-assessment of the Seven Corners area. The Seven Corners
Visioning and Study, which took place from 2012 to 2015,
included a community task force that invited local residents,
property and business owners, community and civic
organizations, and others to participate in an open
discussion about the future of Seven Corners. Other groups
contributing to the effort included an Opportunity Area C
Special Working Group, a Land Use and Transportation Task
Force, a Quality of Life Working Group, and a Connectivity
Working Group. Each explored aspects of the opportunities and
challenges facing Seven Corners and provided for the
community to share their ideas. The task force completed its
recommendations in March 2015.
More information on the Task Force vision and process can be
found on the Fairfax
County Office of Community Revitalization
County staff presented the final recommendations of the
Seven Corners CBC Study to the Baileys Crossroads Seven
Corners Revitalization Corporation (3/17/2015) and Mason
District Land Use Committee (3/24/2015). Click
here to view the staff presentation.
Adopted Text and Staff Report - Plan Amendment
The staff report for the Plan amendment can be viewed here,
and the adopted text can be viewed here.
The Seven Corners reduced Executive Summary can be viewed
Public Hearings - Plan Amendment 2013-I-B2:
Board of Supervisors
A Board of
Supervisors held a public hearing and adopted this
Plan amendment on Tuesday, July 28, 2015 in the Board
Auditorium, Ground Level, Government Center Building, 12000
Government Center Parkway, Fairfax Virginia.
The video of the Board of Supervisors July 28, 2015 public
hearing is available for viewing
here. Discussion on the Seven Corners Plan
amendment starts at 4:20 minutes.
The Summary for the July 28, 2015 Board of Supervisors
meeting can be found here
(item #64, page 53).
The Planning Commission held
a public hearing on Thursday, May 7, 2015 at 8:15 P.M. in the
Board Auditorium, Ground Level, Government Center Building,
12000 Government Center Parkway, Fairfax, Virginia. Decision
was deferred to Wednesday, July 15, 2015.
On Wednesday, July 15, the Planning Commission recommended
adoption of Plan Amendment 2013-I-B2 to the Board of
Verbatim, Motions and Background Information
Commission Meeting Verbatim Excerpt (dated May 7,
2015) is available as a PDF for viewing.
Planning Commission Meeting Verbatim Excerpt (dated
July 15, 2015) is available as a PDF for viewing.
Commission Motions (dated July 15, 2015), as
recommended to the Board of Supervisors, is available as a
PDF for viewing.
information about the Planning Commission
motions (dated July 22, 2015)
If you wish to fast-forward to a particular speaker, time
stamp information is provided as noted.
The Planning Commission decision
video (dated July 15, 2015) is available for
viewing online. Mason District Planning Commissioner Julie M.
Strandlie's opening statement, discussion, and voting on this
item begins at 8:24 minutes.
The Planning Commission public hearing
video (dated May 7, 2015) is available for viewing
The Plan amendment begins at 2:10 minutes;
Commissioner Strandlie, Mason District Planning
Commissioner, begins at 2:25 minutes;
Staff presentation begins at 5:40 minutes;
John Thillman, Co-Chair, Seven Corners Land Use and
Transportation Task Force, begins at 22:10 minutes;
Marty Faga, Chair, Seven Corners Special Working Group,
begins at 30:17 minutes:
Planning Commission questions to staff begins at 33:00
Public Testimony begins at 38:27 minutes:
Mark Silverwood, citizen, beings at 39:40 minutes;
James Kilbourne, representing Lake Barcroft Association,
begins at 40:48 minutes;
William Lecos, citizen, begins at 45:15 minutes;
Sarah Mattingly, citizen, begins at 49:00 minutes;
Clyde Miller, representing Holmes Run Valley Citizens
Association, begins at 51:20 minutes;
Karl Moritz, citizen, begins at 1:16:05 minutes;
John Ikel, representing Ravenwood Park Citizens
Association,begins at 1:19:30 minutes;
Stewart Schwartz, representing Coalition for Smarter Growth,
begins at 1:26:55 minutes;
Ernie Wells, citizen, beings at 1:31:50 minutes;
William Pratt, citizen, begins at 1:41:35 minutes;
Debbie Smith, citizen, begins at 1:45:00 minutes;
Debbie Ratliff, citizen, begins at 1:51:05 minutes;
Donald Smith, citizen, begins at 1:53:35 minutes;
Brian Van de Meulebroeke, representing Baileys
Crossroads/Seven Corners Revitalization Corporation, begins
at 1:56:50 minutes;
Carol Turner, citizen, begins at 1:59:15 minutes;
John Clark, citizen, begins at 2:01:50 minutes;
Public hearing closes. Final remarks from Commissioner
Julie Strandlie begins at 2:12:10 minutes.
Compilation of written
testimonies submitted to the Planning Commission received
from April 3, 2015 through July 15, 2015 is
provided as a bookmarked PDF for viewing, and will be updated
as testimonies are submitted.
Click on the map (right) for a detailed
enlargement of the area.
Questions can be directed to Bernard Suchicital at
(703) 324-1254 or