The Fairfax County Park Authority (FCPA) has started a public planning process that will revise the master plan for Braddock Park. This 61-acre district park is in Clifton, Virginia. This FCPA park shares a property line with Centreville High School to the south and Twin Lakes Golf Course to the east.
The original goals set forth in the 1981 Park Master Plan were to incorporate both passive and active recreational opportunities, while also preserving the natural resources of the site. Today, the park is primarily an athletic facility containing six natural turf softball diamonds, one synthetic turf rectangular field, a batting cage area, picnic pavilion and a restroom facility.
The main objectives for revising the Braddock Park master plan are to find out how the park has met the needs of the community to date and to determine how it could be improved for future users. To accomplish this, a public information meeting will be held online later this year. At this virtual meeting, Park Authority staff will provide background information on the park, a description of the planning process and a schedule, before opening the floor to comments from the community. Additionally, an online survey will be released at the conclusion of the meeting to gather more detailed public sentiments.
You can learn more about the planning process for Braddock Park at the Braddock Master Plan Revision webpage. For more information contact the Public Information Office at 703-324-8662 or via Parkmail@fairfaxcounty.gov.