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PFM Project Phase 2 Update

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PFM Project Phase 2 Update

  1. 1. Public Facilities Manual Project Phase 2 Update Don Lacquement, Project Manager Danielle Badra, Outreach Coordinator Land Development Services
  2. 2. Today’s Presentation • Background • Phase 2 Objectives • Actions to Date • Outreach • Phase 2 Highlights • Projected Schedule • Easy Ways to Be Involved • Contact Information 2
  3. 3. Background December 4, 2018 BOS approved “Phase 1” revisions to achieve targeted flexibility & clarity in the land development review process. 3
  4. 4. Phase 2 Objectives • Resolve Complex Phase 1 Issues/Vet • Bring PFM into Alignment with Codes • Remove Replication • Incorporate LTIs • Add New and Updated Guidelines 4
  5. 5. Actions to Date • Developed a Phase 2 PFM Website. • Completed: Spring P2 Package - July 16, 2019. • In Progress: Winter P2 Package. 5
  6. 6. Outreach 6 PFM Website zMOD Land Use Attorneys zMOD Citizen Working Group ESI BAC: EQAC,GRB, Tree Commission NAIOP NVBIA Zoning Ordinance ListServ
  7. 7. Outreach 7 ESRC Technical Advisory Committee Stakeholder Committee Steering Committee DPC BOS Land Use Aides PC Land Use Process Review
  8. 8. Engineering Standards Review Committee 8 • Paul Johnson (NVBIA) • Kevin Nelson (VDOT/ESRC) • Mark Liberati (Virginia Association of Surveyors) • Keith Sinclair (ESI) • Theodore Britt (VSPE) • James Clark (Heavy Construction Contractors Association) • Howard Guba (Citizen-at-Large) • Michael Kitchen (NAIOP) • Robert Kohnke (NVSWCD) • Bryan Layman (Associated Builders and Contractors) • Kevin Pullen (League of Women Voters) • Dr. Robert Norwood (Citizen-at-Large) • Paul Norsi (Citizen-at-Large) • Ned Poffenberger (Fairfax County Federation of Citizens Associations) • Robert Scheller (WACEL) • Bruce Titus (Fairfax Bar Association)
  9. 9. Phase 2 HighlightsStreetLights • Align PFM with Regulations of VDOT, Chapter 118. • Incorporate the Urban Design Guidelines in CRAs, CRDs & Mixed-Use areas. GeneralInformation ✓Modernize Street Lights to Light Emitting Diode (LED) Fixtures. StormDrainage ✓Provide alternative pipe material for storm sewer. ✓Require Dam Breach Inundation Zone maps with as-builts. • Chapter 6 revisions (In progress). 9
  10. 10. Phase 2 HighlightsStreets • Point to VDOT Standards to facilitate design & review of streets. • Define shared- use path. Trails&Recreation • Update trails information to reflect the Countywide Trails Plan. SanitarySewer • Pressurized sewer. • Elevating Manhole tops. • Damaged Pipe (replaced not repaired). 10
  11. 11. Phase 2 HighlightsTreeConservation • Clarify critical root zone requirement. • Buffer restoration specifications (In Progress). Geotechnical • Setting residential basement elevation above groundwater table. • Use of lime in construction. Geotechnical • Exploration requirements for high bearing structures. • Exploration requirements for deep foundations. 11
  12. 12. Projected Schedule Winter P2 Package: ➢Outreach: April through December 2019. ➢Public hearings by April 2020. 12
  13. 13. Easy Ways to Be Involved Check out the PFM Project website. Review the chapter edits - routinely. Use the online feedback form or email. Attend the public hearings. 13
  14. 14. Questions? For more information: PFM Project Phase 2 Website https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/landdevelopment/p ublic-facilities-manual-flexibility-project Contact: Danielle.Badra@fairfaxcounty.gov Don.Lacquement@fairfaxcounty.gov 14

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