Located along the John Mosby Highway (Route 50) corridor, this project will construct a new 23,000 square foot fire and rescue facility in the Aldie area which will replace the existing Aldie Fire and Rescue Station.
The purpose of this project is to provide an updated and accessible facility for the Aldie Volunteer Fire Department (AVFD). First organized in 1955 by a group of Aldie area residents, the AVFD is responsible for responding to fire and rescue emergencies within a 39 square mile area.
The facility will include apparatus bays, bunkroom facilities, a training room, a break room, restrooms and showers, food preparation and dining areas, laundry and decontamination areas, supply storage, a gear and hose drying area, a breathing apparatus air compressor room, a fitness room, offices and a repair shop.
Facility will be designed to achieve LEED Silver designation.
This project is funded using general obligation bond, local tax and lease revenue financing.
The design process is currently scheduled to be complete in summer 2021, with construction beginning in fall of 2021.
Current Status: October 2020
Loudoun County hosted a virtual public information meeting on Monday, October 5, 2020. Review the materials from the public meeting in the Meeting Documents section below.
In the prior quarter, the site for the new Aldie Fire and Rescue Station was evaluated for placement of the building, and work on a preliminary concept design began.
The preliminary 15% concept project design is developed.
A public information meeting about the project is scheduled to be held virtually on October 5, 2020.