This meeting will build on the work initiated at Stone Hill Middle School on March 26, and is one of a series of Dulles Community Outreach Work Sessions being held this spring. The purpose of the meeting is to elicit input from Dulles stakeholders regarding their aspirations for future development in the community. The work session will run from 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. with a map gallery from 6:00 – 6:30 p.m.
At the meeting, Loudoun County staff will present the results of the resident and business surveys, which closed on March 18. Staff will also discuss input from the project’s electronic outreach portals and focus groups. Following these presentations, stakeholders will break up into small groups and work collaboratively to address community needs and design the “Dulles of the future.”
Staff will incorporate the results of these work sessions into a final report, and the results will provide the Loudoun County Department of Planning and Zoning with the level of detail required to formulate recommendations representing the desires of the community. In the weeks following this meeting, county staff will continue the conversation with work sessions at Stone Hill Middle School on April 23 and Mercer Middle School on April 30.
As part of the continuing Dulles Community Outreach Project, The Department of Planning and Zoning wants to hear from stakeholders of the Dulles Community about their perceptions of living and working in the community. Project updates and links to the project’s social media sites are online atwww.loudoun.gov/
The boundaries of the Dulles Community include Ryan Road to the north, Dulles Airport and the County line to the east, Braddock Road to the south, and the transition policy area boundary to the west.
RSVPs are not needed for the work session. Anyone who requires any type of reasonable accommodation as a result of a physical, sensory, or mental disability to participate in the work session may contact the Loudoun County Department of Planning and Zoning. Three days’ notice is requested.