On Nov. 2, Fairfax County staff released their report on the rezoning application for the Eleven Oaks development, just south of the City of Fairfax.
Staff recommended rezoning of the development from R-1 to PDH-8.
Madison Homes will contribute $9,378 per expected student to the Fairfax County School Board to be “utilized for capital improvements to schools that any students generated by the property will attend.”
One concern raised by the Braddock Land Use Committee was the effectiveness of the stormwater management of the site.
In a letter of agreement, George Mason University allowed Madison Homes to use Mason’s existing stormwater management system to handle water coming from the Eleven Oaks development.
The first option was to allow stormwater to filter into a new wet-pond that would be built as part of the Health and Human Services building planned just south of the development. As a backup, the water would be filtered into the existing Mason Pond on campus.
“Either option would be designed to handle the proposed runoff from the subject property,” read the report.