Options for Oakton

*** Take our SECOND SURVEY! ***

Our Second Survey seeks to gather data on public resources, retail amenities and density.   

Thank you to all who participated in the first O4O survey to measure community concerns!  Your voices are making a difference!  

*** EYA will be hosting an in-person Design Update on Monday, October 2 to reveal an updated proposal for the AT&T site ***

SIGN UP for EYA's October 2 meeting today!

Explore below to learn more about the redevelopment plans for the AT&T site located between White Granite Dr., Chain Bridge Road, and Jermantown Rd. in Oakton, VA and what you can do about it.  

Access our Surveys.  Read the proposal for AT&T site redevelopment.  Learn more about the SSPA process for changing zoning laws, and find other resources.

Oakton Cares.  Join other local Oakton Community groups that are active in our area.

Let your voice be heard.  Contact our District Supervisor, the Planning Commissioner and Staff to voice your opinions.

Access the latest public meetings of the Planning Commission and the Board of Supervisors

See what's being reported about the AT&T Site and other developments in and around Oakton

Options for Oakton was formed in 1998 by local residents seeking to modify and mitigate a development proposal that would have brought significant home density to the historic center of Oakton.  At that time, the group was one of the early voices in Fairfax County advocating a mixed-use and preservation-minded approach and was instrumental in winning concessions ("proffers") from the developer that led directly to the building of the Oakton Library on the site, which has since become a hallmark of our community.  Efforts by Options for Oakton also led to the creation of Oakton Community Park and the relocation of the old Oakton schoolhouse to that site.  


Now, Options for Oakton seeks to voice concerns about proposed development of the AT&T site by a developer and property owner with no community ties to Oakton. 


But the AT&T site can't be redeveloped without County approval.  

We don’t have to let outside parties define our community.  We live and work here, our children live, play and go to school here.  We know the character of our community and our voices can lead to better options for Oakton. 


Join us.  Let your voice be heard. 

Email us at optionsforoakton@gmail.com with any questions.