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Draft Plan - Fauquier County

Draft Plan - Fauquier County

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public water services and sewer services available on a first-come first-serve basis until planned residential and commercial sewer capacity limits are met. All remaining areas within the Service District are planned only for public water service. VINT HILL Historical Information Vint Hill Farms Station, a U.S. Army base of approximately 701 acres in size, was scheduled for closure as part of a Base Realignment and Closure program in June of 1993. Through a federal grant, the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors hired a consultant and established a Task Force to prepare a Base Reuse Plan. In June 1995, a report entitled “Vint Hill Farms Station Preferred Reuse Plan” (PRP) was completed by the consultants and adopted by both the Task Force and the Board of Supervisors. The Vint Hill Economic Development Authority was created by the Governor, with its mission “to develop the former Vint Hill Farms Station for the economic, cultural, and social betterment of Fauquier County and the region”. The PRP outlined a land use program for Vint Hill that balanced facility reuse and new construction opportunities within the County’s overall employment and economic objectives for Vint Hill, which focus on job and tax base creation. It was intended to create a community of sufficient diversity and resources to provide an attractive adjunct to the adjacent New Baltimore Service District. The PRP established a mixed use community with primary emphasis on innovative technology. The design of the employment area was to be a campus-type setting. Other possible uses on the site included research and development, office/service, retail, golf course, recreational facilities, and a small residential component. In October 1996, the Vint Hill Farms property was incorporated into the Service District and designated as a Planned Industrial Technology Park. The specific details of the PRP were not incorporated into the Comprehensive Plan in order to allow the Vint Hill Economic Development Authority, or successor, flexibility in marketing and developing the property without an amendment to the Plan. Adopted April 12, 2007, Revised October 8, 2009 Draft Revisions March 1, 2013 14

TABLE NB-1: PLANNED LAND USE BY ACRE Acreage Estimate 2 Planned Total Dwelling Units North of South Run Commercial Business 97 - - Commercial Neighborhood 26 - - Neighborhood Center 3 120 360 Village Center 4 701 324 Institutional/Open space Residential 64 - - 1 du/acre 239 215 3 du/acre 173 408 South of South Run Comm. - Neighborhood 7 - - Industrial - Light 73 - - Office Park 18 Institutional/Open space 26 - - Residential E. of Rt. 676 1,169 603 W. of Rt. 676 2,770 1,920 Brookside 440 601 Snow Hill 706 635 TOTAL 6,629 5,066 du - dwelling units 2 Floodplain is not included in this acreage estimate. 3 Neighborhood Center is intended for a mix of residential and commercial uses, with residential units not to exceed 3 units per acre. 4 The residential, commercial, industrial and Village Center development for Vint Hill Village Center is limited by 250,000 gpd of sewer. Vint Hill EDA is currently approved for 324 residential units, excluding assisted and independent living units delineated in their Concept Development Plan. Adopted April 12, 2007, Revised October 8, 2009 Draft Revisions March 1, 2013 15

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