Update on Implementing a Large Area Community Parking District in Lee
Last January, I held a public meeting about a Fairfax County program to address residential neighborhood parking problems. Making all of Lee District a large area community parking district would limit parking of boats and RVs on residential streets without individual communities having to go through a cumbersome and lengthy petition process. Since that January meeting, I have spoken with many Lee communities and citizens about this proposal and asked about it on my Lee District questionnaire (mailed to Lee residents and available on my Lee District web page earlier this year). Based on what I am hearing, this proposal has widespread support, including from almost three quarters of the questionnaire respondents.
We now have some history on how these large area community parking districts work as they have been successfully implemented in the Mount Vernon District and Reston. Residents have been pleased with the increased traffic safety and improved community appearance.
Now, we are at the next step in the process of considering this type of
parking district in our community. A public hearing before the full Board
of Supervisors for the Lee District Large Area Community Parking District
is scheduled for 4 pm on October 19 at at the Fairfax County Government
Center at 12000 Government Center Parkway. The board will vote on whether
to proceed making Lee District a large area CPD directly after the public
If you or someone representing your community would like to speak at a hearing, please register with the Office of the Clerk to the Board at 703-324-3151. You can also contact the Clerk to the Board by sending an email to the clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are speaking on your behalf or for your neighborhood, you’ll have three minutes to speak. Please note that when you begin your presentation to the Board, you’ll be asked to state your name and address for the record. If you’d like to distribute copies of your statement to the Board and the media, please bring 15 copies with you.
You can also submit written testimony by mail or email and your testimony will be entered into the record. The mail address is Clerk to the Board of Supervisors, 12000 Government Center Parkway, Suite 533, Fairfax, VA 22035 or email@example.com.
Also in This Issue of Supervisor McKay's Lee District Update:
- Message from Supervisor McKay
- The New Normal Budget
- Mortgage Fraud
- Parking Changes on the Horizon
- Lee District Survey