Aldie Fire & Rescue Station

Project Overview

  • 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. 
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Current Updates: June 2022

  • The design team has submitted the 100% design plans for stakeholder review and approval. 
  • Estimated completion of the design is summer 2022, pending site plan and building permit approvals.

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  • Contact the Department of Transportation and Capital Infrastructure at 703-737-8624 oremail the department.

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