The Residential Parking Working Group will recommend policy for parking at Site Plan and Unified Commercial/Mixed Use Development use permit projects in Arlington’s Rosslyn-Ballston and Jefferson Davis Metro corridors.
The County Manager has appointed a Working Group to review parking policy for new apartments and condominiums proposed for Arlington’s Metro Corridors.
Automobile parking is one component of Arlington’s multimodal transportation system and Smart Growth vision for the future.
Parking is also an important aspect of new development in Arlington County. Space is limited in Arlington’s urban neighborhoods, especially in the Rosslyn-Ballston and Jefferson Davis corridors. When approving new development in these areas, the County must ensure that parking demand is accommodated without creating expensive and excessive off-street parking.
As in other communities around the United States, Arlington County’s Site Plan and Unified Commercial/Mixed Use Development use permit review processes allow the County Board to consider the specific conditions of a project and approve the construction of new apartment and condominium buildings (also known as multi-family buildings) that supply less off-street parking than called for in the County’s Zoning Ordinance.
The County Board (based on a recommendation from an earlier parking Working Group) directed the County Manager to initiate a study of parking requirements in residential site plan developments and create recommendations for how County Development Review staff should consider proposals for parking in multi-family residential site plan developments.
The goal of this project will be to deliver a recommended methodology and implementation plan to guide County Development Review staff in evaluating and approving the amount of off-street parking constructed for multifamily residential site plan developments within the Rosslyn-Ballston and Jefferson Davis Metro Corridors.
Staff from the County’s Department of Environmental Services and Community Planning, Housing, and Development will lead the process with support from a consultant and a Working Group appointed by the County Manager.
|Event||Day of Week||Proposed Date||Time||Location|
|Presentation to Housing Commission||Thursday||September 7||7:00 PM||Room 311, 2100 Clarendon Blvd.|
|Presentation to Economic Development Commission||Tuesday||September 12||7:45 AM||1100 N. Glebe Road, Suite 150|
|Presentation to Environment and Energy Conservation Commission||Monday||September 25||7:30 PM||Azalea Conference Room, 2100 Clarendon Blvd.|
|Presentation to Long-Range Planning Committee||Tuesday||September 26||7:00 PM||Room 311, 2100 Clarendon Blvd.|
|Presentation to Commission on Aging||Monday||October 16||9:00 AM||Lower Level Auditorium, 2100 Washington Blvd.|
|Presentation to Disability Advisory Commission||Tuesday||October 17||7:00 PM||Room 311, 2100 Clarendon Blvd.|
|County Board Meeting (Request to Authorize Advertisement)||Saturday||October 21||8:30 AM||County Board Room, 2100 Clarendon Blvd.|
|Presentation to Transportation Commission||Thursday||November 2||7:30 PM||County Board Room, 2100 Clarendon Blvd.|
|Presentation to Planning Commission||Monday||November 13||7:00 PM||County Board Room, 2100 Clarendon Blvd.|
|County Board Meeting (Action)||Saturday||November 18||8:30 AM||County Board Room, 2100 Clarendon Blvd.|
The Working Group
The Working Group will include residents, representatives from Arlington’s various official commissions, developers, and business leaders to provide feedback to staff. Having a Working Group will allow staff to involve and work directly with the public throughout this phase to ensure that public concerns and aspirations are consistently understood, considered, and reflected in the recommended methodology and implementation plan mentioned above.
Working Group Members
|Chair||Mr. James Schroll||Planning Commission|
|Mr. Paul Browne||Citizens Advisory Commission on Housing|
|Ms. Sally Duran||Economic Development Commission|
|Mr. Dennis Gerrity||Arlington Civic Federation|
|Mr. Patrick Kenney||Environment & Energy Conservation Commission|
|Mr. Rob Mandle||Arlington Chamber of Commerce|
|Mr. Michael Perkins||Transportation Commission|
|Mr. Aaron David Simon||Resident-at-Large|
|Mr. Ben Spiritos||NAIOP|
|Mr. Daniel VanPelt||NAIOP|
|Ms. Michelle Winters||Arlington Chamber of Commerce|
All project documents related to the Residential Parking Working Group will be posted to this site.