The Tysons Fire Station and Bus Transit Facility Project website is now alive.
In June 2010, the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors adopted the Tysons Corner Comprehensive Plan which includes a relocation of the existing Tysons Fire Station and identifies areas for additional fire stations to support development over the next twenty years. In 2011, a replacement of the existing Tysons Fire Station was negotiated as part of a development proffer. In 2020, the Bus Transit Center project was included as part of the County Transportation Improvements Plan.
The new fire station is proposed to be a two-story, approximate 20,000 square foot (SF), five-bay station; and the new bus transit facility is a one-story, approximately 2,100 SF, five bay bus transit facility. Together, these two buildings sit on a 4.2-acre parcel which is currently used for West*Park Transit Center.
The project is adopting Construction Management at Risk as deliver method.
The Tysons Fire Station & Bus Transit Facility is located at the northeast intersection of Springhill Road and Jones Branch Road at 8300 Jones Branch Drive, McLean, Virginia 22102, in the Providence District.
The project is currently in the initial design stage and design is anticipated to be complete in spring 2023. Construction timing is dependent upon funding allocation, all necessary permit approvals. Currently, the project is scheduled for completion by Summer 2025.
2021 - Spring 2023
Construction Manager on Board
Project Cost and Funding Source
Funding in the amount of $1,417,152 has been received to date through proffer contributions to the fire station project and additional proffer funding for the fire station will be provided as the designated Tysons development progresses. Funding in the amount of $4,000,000 is available for the Bus Transit Facility in Transportation Improvement fund.
Presentations to the Community
There will be multiple opportunities for community involvement throughout the process to discuss everything from construction logistics, amenities to curb appeal etc. As the project develops, county staff will be hosting public meetings to keep residents informed on its progress and to receive feedback, comments and concerns. Meeting dates and presentation materials are posted below as they become available. Please continue to check back for additional updates.