Tysons

Fairfax County, Virginia

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703-324-9300
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12055 Government Center Parkway Suite 755
Fairfax, VA 22035

Suzie Battista, AICP,
Director, Urban Centers Section

Implementation

The implementation strategy in the Plan specifies an approach that guides and coordinates individual projects with the phasing of urban infrastructure and community benefits necessary to achieve the overall vision. 

Click below to see the various initiatives and tools designed to implement the Tysons Plan vision. For current implementation efforts and projects, see the Implementation section of the Tysons Tracker.

Zoning Ordinance

The Zoning Ordinance is the primary tool to implement the proposed mix of uses, intensities, and urban design objectives to achieve the Plan vision for Tysons.

Board of Supervisors' Follow-on Motions 

To guide strategic and coordinated implementation of the Plan, at the time of Plan adoption, the Board of Supervisors approved 20 follow-on motions addressing topics including transportation infrastructure funding, affordable housing goals, urban design guidelines, and Plan monitoring.

Tysons Tracker

The annual report to the Board of Supervisors, now in an online platform called the Tysons Tracker, provides annual monitoring data and development progress updates on the Implementation of the Comprehensive Plan for Tysons.

Planning Commission’s Tysons Committee 

This five-member committee was initially formed to work with county staff to draft detailed Comprehensive Plan text. Since the 2010 Plan adoption, this committee’s work has focused on Plan implementation recommendations and land use issues/topics of interest to Tysons.

Tysons Partnership

TysonsThe Fairfax County Board of Supervisors directed county staff to work with stakeholders to create a partnership organization that could be in place prior to any redevelopment activity in Tysons. On January 25, 2011, members of the Tysons Partnership presented an organizational structure and activities to the Board of Supervisors. The Partnership successfully served the needs of Tysons for many years. In 2021, as Tysons has grown and changed since Plan adoption, the County, the Tysons Partnership, and community stakeholders formed a work group to explore alternative business and funding models to ensure a sustainable anchor organization that meets the current needs of and supports the growing Tysons community. It is anticipated that the new anchor organization will be established and operational by November 2022. 

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