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Public Facilities Manual Flexibility Project - Phase 2 Update

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Public Facilities Manual Flexibility Project - Phase 2 Update

  1. 1. Public Facilities Manual Flexibility Project Phase 2 Update Land Development Services
  2. 2. Today’s Presentation • Background • Actions to Date • Outreach • Committees • Phase 2 Highlights • Projected Schedule • Easy Ways to Be Involved • Contact Information 2
  3. 3. Background Fairfax County reached a milestone in its journey to achieve greater flexibility and clarity in the development review process. In December 2018, the Board of Supervisors adopted amendments to the PFM as a result of Phase 1 of the “PFM Flex Project.” 3
  4. 4. Actions to Date Re-established the PFM as guidelines— adopted May 1, 2018. Completed Phase 1 of PFM Flex Project—adopted December 4, 2018. Developing a Phase 2 PFM Project Website. 4
  5. 5. Outreach 5 ESRC ESI Stakeholder Committee NVBIA Steering Committee ZMOD Groups PFM Website
  6. 6. Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) Leads 6 Chapter 2 (Subdivisions)— Danielle Badra Chapter 4 (Geotechnical)— Behzad Amir Faryar Chapter 6 (Storm Drainage)— Matt Hansen Chapter 7 (Streets)— Michael Davis Chapter 8 (Trails/Recreation)— Malak Bahrami Chapter 10 (Sewage)— Asghar Pariroo Chapter 12 (Trees)— Hugh Whitehead
  7. 7. Steering Committee 7 • David Stoner (OCA) • Catherine Lewis (DPZ/ZED) • Leslie Johnson (DPZ/ZAD) • Jeff Blackford (ESI) • Chief John Walser (FMO) • Chad Crawford (MSMD/ESRC) • Dave Bowden (FCPA) • JoAnne Fiebe (OCR) • Jan Leavitt (SCRD) • Ellie Codding (PACA) • Bruce McGranahan (SDID) • Brian Keightley (UFMD)
  8. 8. Stakeholder Committee 8 • Elizabeth Baker (Walsh/Colucci) • Chris Butkus (H2 Land) • Paul Johnson (CPJ/ESRC) • Kevin Nelson (VDOT/ESRC) • Mark Liberati (Pennoni/ESRC) • Keith Sinclair (AMT/ESRC) • Avi Sareen (TNT Env./NVBIA/NAIOP/LDS) • Helman Castro (NVBIA/NAIOP/LDS) • Clayton Tock (Urban Engineering) • Jim Scanlon (BC Consultants/ESI) • John Levtov (Christopher Consultants/ESI) • Chris Champagne (VIKA) • Wayne Klotz (I95BMM) • Michael O’Shaughnessy (Bohler) • Connie Fan (LSG Landscape Architect) • Ariel Yang (FCDOT) • Don Demetrius (GFI) • Brian Thomas (CPJ/NVBIA/NAIOP/LDS)
  9. 9. Phase 2 ResearchGeotechnical • Exploration requirements for high bearing structures & deep foundations. • Landslide mitigation. • Use of lime in construction. • Define Restricted Use Area (RUA). • Residential basement elevation above groundwater table. StreetLights • Require Light Emitting Diode (LED) Street Light Fixtures. • Require Correlated Color Temperature of 3,000 Kelvin. GeneralInformation • Expand flexibility provided in Tysons to other revitalization districts & areas. • Update as-built requirements for Dam Breach Inundation Zones. 9
  10. 10. Phase 2 ResearchStreets • Facilitate design & review of streets & sidewalks. • Update entrance design & access management. • Define shared- use path. Trails&Recreation • Update plates 15-8 to 41-8. • Update trail cross-sections to accurately reflect Countywide Trails Plan. Sanitary&Storm • Add flexibility to standards for sanitary sewer. • Include Polypropylene pipe for storm sewer. 10
  11. 11. Projected Schedule Spring P2 Package: Outreach: February through March 2019. Public hearings by July 2019. Winter P2 Package:  Outreach: April through November 2019.  Public hearings by April 2020. 11
  12. 12. Easy Ways to Be Involved Check out the PFM Flex Project website. Review the chapter edits - routinely. Use the online feedback form or email. Attend the public hearings. 12
  13. 13. Questions? For more information: PFM Flex Project Website Contact: Danielle.Badra@fairfaxcounty.gov Don.Lacquement@fairfaxcounty.gov 13

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