Reston will participate in an upcoming statewide survey to identify the community’s cultural and historic resources.
The program — which is called the Virginia Department of Historic Resources’ Survey — is intended to identify the cultural and historical traits of local buildings built from 1961 to 1978 in order to add them to the National Register of Historic Places and Inventory of Historic Sites, according to Fairfax County.
The process will begin with a meeting on Dec. 17 at the Reston Community Center Lake Anne (1609-N Washington Plaza) around 7 p.m. Anyone is welcome to attend this public meeting.
The survey will exclude the Lake Anne Village Center since it was already listed on the National Register of Historic Places and the Virginia Landmarks Register in 2017.
When the project is completed, findings are expected to include a map and photos of all the buildings surveyed.
Photo via Fairfax County
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