McLean: Studies and Reports
- Tysons Corner Neighborhood Impact Study, Phase II
- Appendix - Intersection #1 Dolley Madison Blvd. & Lewinsville Road
- Appendix - Intersection #2 Dolley Madison Blvd. & Old Dominion Dr.
- Appendix - Intersection #3 Lewinsville Rd. & Route 7
- Appendix - Intersection #9 Magarity Rd. & Route 7
- Appendix - Intersection #10 Idylwood Rd. & Route 7
- Appendix - Intersection #11 Idylwood Rd. & Gallows Rd.
- Appendix - Intersection #12 Georgetown Pike & Swinks Mill Rd.
- Appendix - Intersection #14 Cedar Ln. & Gallows Rd.
- Appendix - Intersection #15 Old Courthouse Rd. & Chain Bridge Rd.
- Appendix - Intersection #17 Lawyers Rd. & Maple Ave.
- Appendix - Intersection #18 Old Courthouse Rd. & Westbriar Dr.
- S13-II-M1, 6862 Elm Street (adopted March 25, 2014)
- S13-II-M3, McLean CBC Editorial Updates (adopted November 19, 2013)
- Tysons Corner Neighborhood Traffic Impact Study; Traffic Analysis Report, Phase I (RK&K, August 2010)
- Report of the McLean Pedestrian Task Force to Dranesville District Supervisor John Foust (McLean Pedestrian Task Force, October 2009)
- Main Street Development - Community Input Workshops (2008)
- McLean Main Street Public Forum - Exchange of Ideas (OCR, April 2008)
- McLean Main Street Public Forum Follow-Up Presentation OCR, April 30, 2008)
- McLean, Virginia: Crossroads - Hodge Podge to State of Mind of Community (Jack Wilbern, RA, April 4, 2008)
- McLean Open Space Standards (Fairfax County Department of Planning and Zoning (DPZ), adopted May 5, 2008)
- The McLean Streetscape Project (MRC and the Fairfax County Department of Public Works and Environmental Services; March 14, 2001)
- Commercial Revitalization Districts and Areas (DPZ; PowerPoint - Not Dated)
- A Vision for the Future (June 1997)
A Commercial Revitalization District
In October 1998, the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors (BOS) designated a portion of McLean as a Commercial Revitalization District (CRD). The CRD is a Zoning Ordinance overlay district that provides for greater flexibility in applying certain zoning regulations and allows for the use of facilitated administrative procedures to expedite the development review process. Distinct McLean Open Space Design Standards have been created for streetscape, landscaping, signage, and building character.
To view information on CRD/CRA Zoning Ordinance Provisions, go to: Zoning in Commercial Revitalization Districts and Areas.