Park Authority Hosts Online Forum to Discuss McLean Central Park | news / fairfax
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The Fairfax County Park Authority (FCPA) will be holding a virtual public information meeting on May 24 at 7 p.m. to review the concept for the development of McLean Central Park.
The 28-acre park, located at 1468 Dolley Madison Blvd., currently offers visitors a variety of natural spaces and active recreation areas, including tennis and basketball courts, playgrounds, trails and a gazebo for concerts.
The park’s board of directors approved in 2013 a revised master plan with potential improvements, including an amphitheater, parking lot, dog park, rest areas, replacement of a bridge and improvements to the trail system. of the park. Officials will work out a schedule for building improvements later in the design process.
Parks Authority staff will present development concepts and answer questions from the public. Residents can watch the meeting at www.publicinput.com/McLeanCentralPark or listen to it by calling (855) 925-2801 and entering the access code 2881. Pre-registration is optional and not required.
The Park Administration will accept comments on the proposed development concept until June 25. To view the project web page, visit www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/planning-development/development/mcleancentralpark.
For more information, contact the FCPA Public Information Office at (703) 324-8662 or email [email protected]