Site-Specific Plan Amendment Process
Do you have ideas on better ways to use land in Fairfax County? We’re open to suggestions. The South County Site-Specific Plan Amendment Process is underway. (“South County” includes the Braddock District.) It allows anyone to nominate changes to the Comprehensive Plan, our guiding document for land use and development decisions. This process runs through December 3 and it’s one of many ways the community can have a voice in how land is used in Fairfax County to ensure that our community continues to be an attractive, safe, and sustainable place to live for generations to come. We want to hear from you. Learn more here: https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/planning-development/plan-amendments/sspa
Training Center Site
Erickson Living has announced its plan to purchase from the Commonwealth of Virginia the 78-acre site on Braddock Road that was formerly home to the Northern Virginia Training Center.
One University Proposal
RISE Student Housing and SCG Development have proposed redeveloping the site at the intersection of Ox Road (Route 123) and University Drive, across from the George Mason University fieldhouse, with a mixture of approximately 360 student housing units, 140 affordable multifamily dwelling units, and 100 senior dwelling units.
One University Development Partners, LLC Presentation 7/26
Roberts Road Plan Amendment
Roberts Road Investment LC has proposed a residential community consisting of 49 single-family detached homes at a residential density of up to 6 dwelling units per acre at the northeast corner of Braddock Road and Roberts Road.
County Presentation from Second Community Meeting 7/2/18
Developer's Presentation 2/12/19
Developer's Presentation from Second Community Meeting 7/2/18
Braddock District Land Use and Environment Committee
Do you wonder how land use and development decisions are made and whether the community has a voice?
Would you like to get involved with others in your community to review and comment on land use, transportation, and environmental matters, including stormwater and tree preservation?
If so, consider joining the Braddock District Land Use and Environment Committee!
Proposed Changes to the Fairfax County Zoning Ordinance
The Zoning Ordinance of Fairfax County contains the regulations that prescribe the way land can be divided and used in order to promote the health, safety, and general welfare of the public and to implement the adopted Comprehensive Plan for the orderly and controlled development of Fairfax County. The Zoning Ordinance specifies acceptable uses (residential, commercial, or industrial), density of uses, building heights, placement of buildings (setbacks from lot lines), and parking.