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Jordan's Point Park Master Plan

Jordan’s Point Park Master Plan

Please help improve Jordan’s Point Park.

The City of Lexington is working with Land Planning Design Associates (LPDA) to reimagine Jordan’s Point Park.  The list of Past Events below shows the accomplishments to date and the list of Next Steps shows what remains to be accomplished for a new Jordan’s Point Park Master Plan.

Please contact Arne Glaeser, Planning Director, with any questions (462.3730 or aglaeser@lexingtonva.gov).

Next Steps

Draft Master Plan to be presented to Lexington City Council at a work session scheduled for September 17, 2020 beginning at 6:00 p.m. (meeting to be held through Zoom meeting app). 

After City Council reviews and comments on the Draft Master Plan, the Master Plan and documents will be finalized and submitted for City Council approval (date to be determined).  

Past Events

Draft Master Plan presented to Lexington Planning Commission (August 27, 2020)

McMullan Consulting Engineers inspection of Mill Race (February 24, 2020).

Student input solicited from primary and secondary school students (February and March 2020)

LPDA concept plans presentation (January 15, 2020 at Waddell Elementary School).

Public Open House Meeting on October 9, 2019 for a kick-off of the community survey and to provide comments and suggestions for improvements to Jordan’s Point Park.

A Request for Qualifications was advertised in November of 2018 for an updated Jordan’s Point Park Master Plan and the primary need for a new park master plan stemmed from the scheduled removal of the then existing Jordan’s Point dam.  Nine proposals were received from qualified design firms and Land Planning Design Associates was selected by City Council to develop the Master Plan for Jordan’s Point Park.