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Public Comment Sought on Lake Fairfax Park’s Master Plan

by RestonNow.com June 1, 2018 at 12:00 pm 6 Comments

Fairfax County officials are seeking comments from the public on planned revisions to Lake Fairfax Park’s Master Plan on Wednesday, June 20 at 7 p.m. at South Lakes High School.

Proposed updates to the plan include adding parcels added to the park since the plan was last updated more than 15 years ago, possible changes to park facilities and the institution of a framework that guides the park’s future development.

After the meeting, the county will seek the park authority’s approval of the plan his summer. Revisions to the plan were prompted by the county’s purchase of three new parcels and the need to “plan the park using a holistic approach as opposed to incremental individual improvements,” according to the county.

A previous public information meeting was held in November.

A county presentation will be followed by an opportunity for community members to comment on the proposal. Residents can sign up to speak by calling 703-324-8662 or emailing [email protected].

Map by Fairfax County Government

  • Mike M

    How about some high density residential development?
    You don’t want to be in a place where “nothing is happening,” do ya?
    At least let Boston Properties manage the parking!

    • 30yearsinreston

      it is in sore need of iconic towers to fulfill Simons “vision” of live,work,pay

      Don’t worry, Hudgins is on it

      • OneReally

        sarcasm
        You’re forgetting diversity.

        /sarcasm

  • Chkitout1

    Cat Stevens sang it best:
    “When you crack the sky, scrapers fill the air.
    Will you keep on building higher
    ’til there’s no more room up there?”

    “But tell me, where do the children play?”

    • Guest

      Youssef Stevens was wrong then and he remains wrong to this day. His was a slight, hippy-dippy wisp of a song, of no lasting consequence. What does this have to do with the new park plans, which by all indications, is still being used as a park?

  • Greg

    Tiny home mooring stations, pease.

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