Background: Silver Line Comprehensive Plan Amendment
On February 12, 2016, the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors' Transportation and Land Use Committee (TLUC) discussed the small area plan, boundary, process, schedule and desired outcomes.
- Transportation and Land Use Committee Item: Staff Report (2-12-16)
The final report of the Scenario Planning Study was presented. The Board approved a motion to forward the item to the Transportation and Land Use Committee to discuss development of a small area plan.
Staff presented graphics of the consultant’s recommended scenario and discussed the status of the final report.
Staff met with individual Board Members to solicit feedback regarding land use scenarios and the Market Analysis and Best Practices Study. Key themes from the Board Meetings were presented and discussed at the October 7, 2015, Board business meeting and are included in the Board Information Item below.
Results of the Market Analysis and Best Practices Study were presented to the Board of Supervisors on September 16, 2015. Please click on the links below to view the consultants' final report and presentation slides:
The Scenario Planning project team also presented four scenarios and the methodologies used to evaluate them.
A link to the "Copy Teste," the official record of the Board's action, is below.
County staff provided a project update regarding the Scenario Planning and the Market Analysis and Best Practices Studies.
Board Directs Market Analysis and Scenario Planning Study
The Board of Supervisors directed staff to prepare Requests for Proposals (RFPs) for consultant services for a land use scenario planning study and a market analysis and best practices study.
ULI TAP Findings and Recommendations
The Final Report of the Technical Assistance Panel is now available. The Board of Supervisors was briefed on the findings and recommendations of the TAP at the July 16, 2014 Board Business Meeting. Staff has recommended two studies as next steps for the Board of Supervisors to consider to implement the next phase of the Comprehensive Plan Amendment (CPAM). The Board has requested staff to prepare scopes of activities for these two studies consisting of land use scenario planning study and a market analysis and best practices study.
Urban Land Institute - Technical Assistance Panel Presentation
The Urban Land Institute (ULI) Technical Assistance Panel (TAP) conducted an initial analysis of planned, zoned, and existing land use in the Metrorail Service District and identified broad based issues and recommendations. Findings of the TAP were presented on May 8. Findings will be further discussed in a ULI report to be completed in July 2014. These findings will be presented to the Board of Supervisors for further discussion of Phase 2 initiatives. A video recording of the TAP presentation and PowerPoint is available online:
TAP Briefing Book
As part of the TAP process, county staff developed a briefing book for the ULI panel members. This briefing book was intended to inform the TAP of existing conditions in the Study Area. In addition, the briefing book summarizes policy and regulatory documents currently in place. Previous studies and efforts relevant to the CPAM are also summarized.
Urban Land Institute Technical Assistance Panel Will Study Tax District
The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors endorsed a two-phase process for the CPAM. For Phase 1, the county will retain the services of an Urban Land Institute (ULI) Technical Assistance Panel (TAP) to study broad based issues in the tax district and provide recommendations.
Board Initiated Silver Line Comprehensive Plan Amendment
On October 16, 2013, the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors initiated a SilverLine/Metrorail Tax District Comprehensive Plan Amendment (CPAM) to evaluate the development potential of the Dulles Metrorail Service Districts which were previously adopted in December of 2012. The purpose of the CPAM is to evaluate the existing planned land uses around the future Metrorail stations and to ensure that they strike the desired balance between 1) Prompt realization of tax revenues to support furture Metrorail oerations, 2) Maximizing future employment generation, 3) Achieving the desired land use pattern, and 4) Minimizing demands on the county's transportation infrastructure.