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Nicki Bellezza, RA Watershed Manager
NOTICE (Updated May 17, 2018): Streams in Reston are under construction as part of the Northern Virginia Stream Restoration Bank (NVSRB). Orange safety fence outlines the path construction vehicles use to repair the eroded stream channels. For your safety, please do not cross the gates or safety fence.
Stream construction is complete at Brown’s Chapel Park, Vantage Hill, and Lake Anne West (near Waterview Cluster).
Stream construction at Lake Anne East near Inlet Cluster is expected to be completed June 1, 2018 weather permitting. The paved trail from the covered bridge down to the lake is closed and will reopen after paving is finished in mid-June. The Lake Anne loop trail is open with a wood chip trail detour around the construction entrance. Please use caution.
Buttermilk stream construction is expected to be finished by the end of June. Planting is underway.
Tall Oaks stream construction is estimated to begin in June. Please use the pedestrian detour at Chestnut Grove Square for access to the paved trail. Delivery times will be scheduled to avoid school bus traffic.
Wetland Studies and Solutions Inc., plans to complete stream construction on all reaches, excluding Wiehle South, by fall 2018.
All wood from the project is either used in the stream itself or split into fire wood and made available to residents at Hunters Woods Garden Plots off Reston Parkway. For more information visit: http://www.wetlandstudies.com/nvsrb-home/
Fairfax County, in partnership with Reston Association, has developed projects to improve stormwater management within the Autumnwood Park watersheds.
*Please Note* These projects are different and completely separate from the Stream Restoration Projects in Snakeden Branch, The Glade and Colvin Run Watersheds.
The Autumnwood Park improvement projects are a Fairfax County Stormwater Planning Department initiative to decrease the velocity of flows and reduce sedimentation of the large stormwater pond near Fairfax County Parkway at the Autumnwood Recreation area.
There are five potential projects. The specific facilities and locations of interest are shown on the map.
One other potential project for which no plans have been developed.
Click to view larger images.
Autumnwood Regional Stormwater Pond
At the Autumnwood Recreation Area, Fairfax County installed a forebay, constructed wetlands, rock steps, and micro pools at the existing stormwater pond (Regional Pond 0330DP) located at the intersection of Fairfax County Parkway and Walnut Branch Road near the Autumnwood pool and tennis courts.
The Autumnwood Regional Pond construction work began in July and was completed in October with plantings finished in December 2013. The wetland cells and micro pools were constructed to improve water quality of the basin.
To report flooding of the basin, please submit a storm drainage report to Fairfax County, at the following the link:
- Concept plan
- Site plan
- Landscape plan
- Demo plan
Winstead Lane and Autumnwood Drive Basin 0333DP
Reston Section 41 basin 0333DP is located behind 11920, 11922, and 11924 Winstead Lane along Bennington Woods Road. Fairfax County graded the area into three micro pools of water and planted the natural area to improve the function of the existing facility in order to add water quality benefits.
On March 14, 2013 a warranty walk was performed at Section 41, and the Fairfax County Urban Forester rejected nearly 95% of the trees and shrubs. The contractor replaced the trees and shrubs and watered weekly in the summer.
Armstrong Elementary School Project
Armstrong Elementary School is located at 11900 Lake Newport Rd. The school retrofit included reforestation to parts of the school property as well as vegetated swales and rain gardens. These measures allow for greater water quality improvement and velocity control of stormwater from the school property.
View the concept plans. (These are very large PDF files, please be patient.)
For more information, view the letter to residents.
Lake Newport Soccer Field Project
The soccer field is located at 1550 Reston Parkway on the western corner of the Reston Parkway and Lake Newport Road intersection. The retrofit will serve to improve the function of the existing facility to add water quality improvement. Some of the enhancements included on the plan are: grading in and around the facility, installing a rain garden, and planting native vegetation.
To view the concept plans, click here.
Erosion and Sedimentation Plan
Swale Design Plan
Parking Lot Details
There are no plans developed yet for the Section 45 Trails Edge Lane (Basin 0334DP).
For questions or more information, please contact Nicki Bellezza, RA’s Watershed Supervisor at 703-435-6560 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.