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 in 2013 approved a revised master plan with potential improvements, including an amphitheater, parking lot, dog park, seating, bridge replacement, and improvements to the park’s trail system. Officials will set a schedule for building improvements later in the design process.

Park Authority staff attending the meeting will present development concepts and answer questions from the audience. Residents can watch the meeting at www.publicinput.com/McLeanCentralPark or listen to it by calling (855) 925-2801 and entering access code 2881. Pre-registration is optional and not required.

The Park Authority will accept comments on the proposed development concept until June 25. To view the project’s 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]


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