Stay InformedYour vote will be critical
2019 – Election Year for Fairfax Co Supervisors
If the current zoning of the two 18-hole golf courses is respected and preserved, then we will keep housing off the courses and preserve our dwindling green open space in Reston.
Because the current zoning as private recreational space (specifically as golf courses) is enshrined in the Reston Master Plan, any zoning change would require approval from the county Board of Supervisors, with input from the county planning commission.
We know that the owner of Hidden Creek Country Club is working to gain support for an out-of-turn plan amendment to put housing on this Open Space.
The owners of Reston National Golf Course are lying in wait to see how it goes.
We must elect a Hunter Mill District Supervisor who will hold firm that there is NO HOUSING on Reston’s 2 Open Space golf courses.
What Does our Supervisor Do?
- Supervisor Cathy Hudgins has supported the open space designation of the golf courses in the past, and she is our representative through 2019. Read her latest newsletter here.
- Learn about the Supervisor’s position. Reston is not a town or a city, this is our “mayor” so to speak.
Stay Informed on the Candidates’ Position
There are 4 declared candidates at this date for the Hunter Mill District. The names below are linked to each candidate’s website. If we get specific statements regarding the 2 golf courses, we will post them. There will be opportunities to hear them at candidate forums, and we will post that information as it becomes available. Mark your calendar for Tuesday, June 11 (primary election) and Tuesday, November 5 (election day).