The Fairfax County Planning Commission agreed at its meeting on Wednesday to send several applications relating to a planned new FCPD Reston District Station to the Board of Supervisors.
That means the county is one step closer to building a new facility next to where the current station stands at Town Center Parkway and Cameron Glen Drive.
The planning commission recommended for approval a construction permit; an application to amend proffers previously approved for governmental uses; an application to permit the eight amendment of the development plan with unlimited FAR to permit site modifications and associated modifications to site design; and an application to approve the Planned Residential Community plan for reconstruction of a police station and government offices.
The building will house, as it does now, the Reston District Police Station and the offices for the Hunter Mill District Supervisor. A 2006 bond referendum provided the $18 million funding for the renovation/expansion of the current police department station (built in 1985) and the government offices.
Pending final approval, construction is slated to begin in late 2012 and be completed in 2014.
To see more details of the planned building,