Reston Comprehensive Plan Study
September 12, 2023
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On January 14, 2020, the Board of Supervisors approved a Board Matter by Hunter Mill District Supervisor Walter Alcorn to initiate a process for additional study and community input on the Comprehensive Plan for Reston. In his Board Matter, Supervisor Alcorn noted, “It has been five years since the current Comprehensive Plan for Reston was adopted and the time is right to review key elements of that plan, including the balance of existing and planned development, infrastructure and the environment across all of Reston."
Opportunities for community input will include a community Task Force, public meetings and additional engagement processes. The Task Force is expected to meet every two weeks beginning in May 2020 and will conclude with a report on its recommendations to be provided to the Planning Commission and the Board of Supervisors.
Click on the map (above) for a detailed enlargement of the area.
Additions to the Previous Authorization Reston Study
On January 24, 2023, the Board of Supervisors approved a Board Matter by Supervisor Alcorn to reauthorize the Reston Study to add the following topics for consideration for the amendment to the Comprehensive Plan for Reston in addition to those included in the original January 14, 2020, authorization:
- The application of equity elements, consistent with the One Fairfax Policy, for Reston’s future planning and development.
- The application of community health strategies specific to the future growth of Reston.
- Workforce development and the application of workforce development strategies critical to Reston’s future.
- Revised guidance, as appropriate, related to heritage resources.
- Revised guidance, as appropriate, related to the application of economic development strategies in Reston.
- The appropriate land use and density of the Village Centers.
- The appropriate land use and intensity of the redevelopment of Reston Town Center North.
- The appropriate land use and intensity of parcels associated with 1810, 1825, and 1850 Samuel Morse Drive and 11111 Sunset Hills Road.
- The appropriate land use mix for the Roland Clarke Place Residential Mixed-Use Section within the Wiehle Station Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) District’s South Subdistrict.
Proposed Staff Modifications (July 12, 2023)
Staff Report Addendum (June 13, 2023)