Under Construction: Pike Branch Stream Restoration in Fairfax County

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Note: A fall 2019 project status update and new project sheet display are now available. 

This project is restoring about 5,500 linear feet of Pike Branch and tributaries between Telegraph Road and Old Telegraph Road. 

Some preliminary work on Pike Branch began in support of the emergency road repairs, including the removal of trees. However, the stream restoration project includes a reforestation plan with a mix of native vegetation, including trees.

In October 2018, Fairfax County hosted a "Pardon Our Dust" meeting to present information on the County's adjacent project to restore Pike Branch at Ridgeview Park. VDOT participated in the County’s meeting to share information on VDOT’s Pike Branch restoration project. View VDOT presentation.

In December 2018, a community stream walk and public meeting were held.

Benefits 

This project aims to improve the overall health of Pike Branch.

Major Milestones 

"Pardon Our Dust" Meeting (Hosted by Fairfax County) - October 2018
Community Stream Walk and Public Meeting - December 2018
Estimated Completion - Late 2020

Resources

Contact Info:

Joe Parfitt
Project Manager

Project Photos

Other relevant links:

Fall 2019 Project Status Update - November 2019

Project Display Sheet - November 2019

Partial Set of Final Plans (including planting, specimen tree save and existing conditions)

Common Resident Feedback

30% Conceptual Design Plan

Concept Rendering

Previous Meetings >>

Phase: Under Construction

Lat/Long: 38.784294, -77.098792

Locality: Fairfax

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Page last modified: Nov. 15, 2019