Have something to say about Reston Community Center's proposal to build a new recreation facility at Baron Cameron Park?
Then plan to attend public input sessions Monday and Tuesday.
Monday's meetings are at Reston Community Center Hunters Woods. There is a Board of Governors Long Range Planning Committee Meeting and the Delivery of Market and Financial Study Findings at 6:30 p.m. that will feature public comments at conclusion.
There is also a regular Board of Governors meeting at 8 p.m. with public input that begins about 8 p.m.
On Tuesday at 7 p.m., the FCPA will have a Baron Cameron Park Master PlanPublic Information Meeting at Buzz Aldrin Elementary School.
RCC is exploring the idea of building a new facility at Baron Cameron, four or five acres of the 68-acres of land owned by the Fairfax County Park Authority, who would work with RCC on the project.
The financing for the facility would come from Small Tax District 5, which includes Reston. The cost is estimated to be about $35 million, but an exact figure will not be known until RCC knows what it plans to build.
RCC has been working with consultants from Brailsford & Dunlavey, as well as collecting feedback from the community, to narrow down the plan.
The main focus of the center is likely to be a 50-meter indoor pool, which will alleviate overcrowding at the current pool at RCC Hunters Woods.
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