Board of Supervisors Meeting Date:


William G. Downey,

Scott District Supervisor



February 10, 2005

Staff Lead:



Frederick P.D. Carr, Director


Community Development



A Resolution Authorizing a Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) Revenue Sharing Grant Application for the Route 605/Route 676 Intersection


Topic Description:


A request for the Board of Supervisors to direct County staff to submit a VDOT Revenue Sharing Program application and reserve $150,000 from the New Baltimore Transportation Fund as the County match. Funds would be used for VDOT construction of the requisite turn lane improvements at the Route 605/Route 676 intersection.


Requested Action of the Board of Supervisors:


Consider adoption of the attached resolution.

Financial Impact Analysis:

50% funding (County:  $150,000; VDOT Revenue Share:  $150,000).


Summary Staff Report:


The New Baltimore Transportation fund was established through the approved Brookside/Waterfield Rezoning for improvements that are associated in part with its development.  Even though development within New Baltimore has been modest and constrained with the expansion schedule and requisite state permitting requirements of the Vint Hill wastewater treatment facility, the Route 605/Route 676 intersection continues to be designated as a key access point for major construction traffic and the initial phases of Brookside/Waterfield. 


Note that the adopted New Baltimore Service District recommends the referenced Route 605/676 intersection improvement as one of the top five secondary road improvements in its 5‑Year Action Plan.  The top five priorities are:  (1) Vint Hill Parkway (from Brookside/Waterfield property line to Route 215); (2) Route 600 shoulder improvements; (3) Route 600/Route 676 roundabout; (4) Route 605/676 intersection; and (5) Brookside Parkway (from Rt. 605, through Brookside/Waterfield to its property line with Vint Hill).  The Brookside Community cash transportation proffers, placed into the New Baltimore Transportation Fund, are intended to be used for projects 2-5 referenced previously as traffic warrants. Brookside and Bishop Run proffered funds are expected to be instrumental in the design and construction of the Route 600/676 roundabout.


Identify any other Departments, Organizations or Individuals that would be affected by this request:

Department of Community Development

Utilities (e.g., NOVEC, Dominion Power, Gas; WSA)

Virginia Department of Transportation





A Resolution Authorizing a Virginia department of transportation (VDOT) Revenue Sharing Grant Application for the Route 605/Route 676 Intersection


WHEREAS, the Department of Community Development is responsible at the zoning permit application for receiving Brookside Community (Brookside and Waterfield) cash contributions for the established New Baltimore Transportation Fund; and


WHEREAS, the funds are to be used for intersection and other road improvements needed as a result of Brookside Community impacts and identified in the testimony and documents for the rezoning and amendments associated with that residential community; and


WHEREAS, the adopted New Baltimore Service District Plan had the Route 605 / Route 676 intersection as one of its top five secondary road improvements; and


WHEREAS, this planned improvement assists in improved and safer access for the increased levels of residential and construction traffic at this location, including turn lanes; and


WHEREAS, the Board of Supervisors desires to take advantage of Brookside transportation cash proffers and the Virginia Department of Transportation Revenue Sharing Program for implementing needed improvements benefiting the New Baltimore Service District and the Brookside community; now, therefore, be it


RESOLVED by the Fauquier County Board of Supervisors this 10th day of February 2005, That the Board of Supervisors does hereby direct the County Administrator, or his designee, to submit a Revenue Sharing Application to Virginia Department of Transportation for the Route 605/Route 676 intersection improvement and commits $150,000 from the New Baltimore Transportation Fund as the County’s share.