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FAQs: New Reston Recreation Center Proposal, February 2013

FAQs: New Reston Recreation Center Proposal, February 2013

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This RCC release provides background on RCC's recent proposal for a new recreation center at Baron Cameron Park. It answers some basic questions and shows the schedule of opportunities for public inputs.
This RCC release provides background on RCC's recent proposal for a new recreation center at Baron Cameron Park. It answers some basic questions and shows the schedule of opportunities for public inputs.

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Reston Community Center
2310 Colts Neck RoadReston, Virginia 20191703-476-4500 phone • 800-828-1120 TTY • 703-476-8617 faxwww.restoncommunitycenter.com
Frequently Asked Questions about a new Reston Community Center Indoor Recreation Facilityat Baron Cameron Park
The Board of Governors of Reston Community Center is exploring public interest in a partnership withthe Fairfax County Park Authority that would bring a new indoor recreation facility to Baron CameronPark. It is important to note, as a foundation to the community’s conversation, that how Baron CameronPark serves Reston and Fairfax County is ultimately the jurisdiction of Fairfax County Park Authorityand subject to its master planning process. The RCC Board seeks input from citizens, partners andother stakeholders and will use this input – along with data – to decide how to proceed with thisopportunity.The Board of Governors of Reston Community Center will not act on a major capital project to realizean indoor recreation facility for Reston without determining that:
The community supports such an endeavor and has had the opportunity to participate indiscussions of what an indoor recreation facility should provide and how it should operate.
The market, demographic and financial contexts of Reston today and in the future are wellunderstood and considered.In order to fully explore this project, RCC is committed to collecting key data sets including informationon the market, financials, real estate projections and public input. The RCC Board has asked Brailsford& Dunlavey to provide updated Market and Financial research that will be evaluated in consideration ofthis project. It has also retained RCLCO - a leading knowledge solutions provider to the real estateindustry – to provide current data points and projections regarding Reston real estate and development.Finally, the RCC Board will spend five months collecting input from citizens, partners and stakeholders.At that point, all data will be analyzed and a recommendation will be made as to whether or not RCCwill pursue a partnership with the Park Authority to build an indoor recreation amenity at BaronCameron Park.
1. How did this come about?
In spring of 2012, the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors transferred ownership of 68 acres of land atBaron Cameron Park to the Fairfax County Park Authority. As part of their master planning process, thePark Authority is exploring opportunities to enhance the park. Reston Community Center is veryinterested in addressing the continuing unmet needs for indoor aquatics and fitness facilities byexploring the potential for partnership with the Park Authority at Baron Cameron Park to build a facilitythat would include aquatics, gym and fitness options.
2. What would be in this facility?
 Reston Community Center is seeking input from the community about the programmatic features a newindoor recreation facility should include.
3. When and how can I provide input?
 Reston residents and businesses are invited to share thoughts at any time via email toRCCContact@fairfaxcounty.gov;please include name and address information with the email.Additionally, public comment time is provided to all who wish to attend RCC Board of Governorsmeetings. A public focus group input session is scheduled for March. The Annual Public Hearing forPrograms and Budget is held on June 17. Unless otherwise noted, all meetings occur at RCC HuntersWoods (2310 Colts Neck Rd. Reston, Va.).
County of Fairfax, Virginia
To protect and enrich the quality of life for the people, neighborhoods and diverse communities of Fairfax County

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