Below is a list of upcoming online public meetings on issues that will affect Mason District.
Open House VIRTUAL MEETING
Tuesday, January 31, 2023 at 7:00 p.m.
Virtual Meeting - Zoom
Call-In Number: 888 270 9936
Conference ID: 928669
Learn more about the proposed ordinance to change parking requirements throughout the county.
Some community concerns so far: insufficient local data to justify the proposed lower parking rates, concern about overflow parking in neighborhood streets, dangerous and lengthy competition for parking spots, intended to punish drivers and driving, most residents do not enjoy convenient access to metro, will impact families with small children due to challenges with travel by bus, rideshare and metro, appears to be a gift to developers who don't want to build expensive parking lots/ structures and want to increase density.
Positives we've heard: more bike parking and EV charging.
Submit your comments through the Parking Reimagined webpage until Feb 2nd. Please also continue to forward your comments to the entire Board of Supervisors and Planning Commission
Site Specific Comprehensive Plan Changes Proposed in Annandale
Thursday, February 2, 2023 at 7:00 p.m.
Virtual Meeting - MS Teams
Call In Number: +1 571-429-5982
Conference ID: 248 324 594#
MA-001 - 6675 Little River Turnpike, 4605 Columbia Road, and 4600 and 4604 Randolph Road, Annandale – The landowner, 6675 Little River Turnpike LLC, is proposing to rezone the properties from office and retail uses to mixed-use. The nomination calls for 105 multifamily housing units on top of 18,000 square feet of ground-floor retail and underground structured parking. The development would replace a computer repair shop and single-family houses. Max building height 65 feet.
MA-006 - Gallows Rd and Libeau Lane – Proposed consolidation of 7 properties (4 on Gallows and 3 on Libeau) on a total of 5.1 acres. Nominator is proposing 20 new single family homes.
First Christian Church - 113 affordable, age-restricted, multifamily residential units
On April 12, 2022, the Board of Supervisors adopted an amendment to the Comprehensive Plan adding an option for up to 113 affordable, age-restricted, multifamily residential units and up to 5,000 square feet of supporting office space on the First Christian Church property (Tax Map Parcel 51-3 ((01)) 25). This option is in addition to the existing place of worship.
Planning Commission Public Hearing - Wednesday, February 1 at 7:30 pm, at county government center
Board of Supervisors Public Hearing - Tuesday, February 21 at 3:30 pm, county government center
How to provide in-person, written, video or phone testimony to the Board of Supervisors: https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/clerkservices/ways-provide-public-hearing-testimony
How to provide in-person, written, video or phone testimony to the Planning Commission https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/planningcommission/ways-to-provide-public-hearing-testimony