Fairfax County, Virginia

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TTY 711

4050 Legato Road, Suite 400
Fairfax, VA 22033

Tom Biesiadny,

Sleepy Hollow Road Walkway Project

 News and Information

(November 2020) The Land Acquisition process for the Sleepy Hollow Road Walkway Project began in October 2020. In the coming weeks, impacted property owners can expect to receive an offer letter from the County for the value of the landrights needed by the project. These letters will be sent in batches when the land records research and property valuation has been completed.  Property owners also can expect to be contacted by a member of the County’s Land Acquisition team following the receipt of the offer letter. The design concept for the project remains unchanged from the plan presented during the last community meeting in April 2019.

Please be advised that the County also has a project to upgrade the Holmes Run Pump Station at the intersection of Sleepy Hollow Road and Dearborn Drive. Please visit the project webpage for further information about this project.

Community Meeting Information and Frequently Asked Questions

Detailed information on the three community information meetings, May 2021 plan sheets and other outreach efforts are summarized on the Community Meeting Archives page.

Project Background

The new pedestrian facility will include the following:

  • 5,800 feet of new concrete sidewalk between Bay Tree Lane and Castle Place to complete missing links in the existing sidewalk network.
  • Several pedestrian crossing points of Sleepy Hollow Road will also be upgraded by the project including at Bay Tree Lane, Dearborn Drive, Kennedy Lane, Kerns Road and Castle Place.
  • Other infrastructure improvements related to the project include curb & gutter, curb ramps, driveway entrances, retaining walls, drainage improvements, roadway and signing modifications.

Sollepy Hollow Road Walkway Map

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