The Task Force Task Force (IDTF) includes many neighborhood representatives, my office, our state elected representatives, and developers to review and evaluate County and state options for better addressing the impacts on neighbors and neighborhoods of “by-right” residential infill redevelopment projects. "By-right” development means it is a permitted use in a zoning district and, as long as the planned development meets County/state standards, the County does not have the legal right to stop or restrict that property’s development.
The public is welcome to listen and observe all Task Force meetings and may have an opportunity to ask questions, if time allows, at the end of meetings.
Staff contact: Nick Rinehart or 703-780-7518
A related meeting was held on March 30, 2022, between the Mount Vernon District Supervisor’s Office, Fairfax County Land Development Services, Evergreen Homes and Belle Haven Terrace Civic Association regarding the infill development at the Messiah Lutheran Property (6510 Fort Hunt Road and other parcels). Purpose: Overview of proposal by Evergreen Homes to build 7 single family detached houses on the property previously owned by Messiah Lutheran Church at 6510 Fort Hunt Road. Watch the meeting...