Philomont Fire and Rescue Station 

Project Overview

This project will construct a new 18,500-square-foot fire and rescue facility on Snickersville Turnpike in the Village of Philomont to replace the existing Philomont Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company #8 Station.

  • The facility is anticipated to include apparatus bays, bunkroom facilities, a training/break room, restrooms, showers, food preparation and dining areas, laundry and decontamination areas, supply storage and a gear and hose drying area. It will also include a breathing apparatus air compressor room, a fitness room, offices and a repair shop.
  • The project was approved as a part of the FY2017 Capital Improvement Program (CIP) budget and all subsequent years since. Members of the public provided input on this project in the following ways:
    • A public information meeting was held on September 30, 2020 at Woodgrove High School to discuss the future project. View the presentation (PDF) below. 
    • The project was a part of the November 2020 Bond Referendum. This was a referendum to determine how this project, along with multiple other public safety projects, was to be financed and not a vote on the project itself.
    • A public information meeting was held on September 9, 2021, at Woodgrove High School to discuss the feasibility study performed by the county.
    • County staff met with the residents of Philomont at the Philomont Community Center on September 29, 2021. View the recording (MP4) and presentation (PDF) below.
    • The findings of the the feasibility study were presented at a Board of Supervisors meeting October 5, 2021.
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Current Phase: Project Design

Estimated Timeline

  • Summer 2022 - Spring 2025: Project Design
  • Fall 2025: Procurement of Construction Contractor
  • Fall 2025: Award Contract – Construction
  • Fall 2025: Notice to Proceed – Construction
  • Fall 2025 - Spring 2027: Construction
  • Spring 2027: Substantial Completion

Future Public Input Opportunities

Upcoming Opportunities (Dates are tentative, will be updated as the design progresses.)

  • Planning Commission Public Hearing for review of the Special Exception (SPEX) and Commission Permit (CMPT). Tentatively scheduled winter (Jan/Feb/Mar) 2024.
  • Board of Supervisors Public Hearing and Business Meeting for review of the Special Exception (SPEX) and Commission Permit (CMPT). Tentatively scheduled winter (Jan/Feb/Mar) 2024.

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  • Contact the Department of Transportation and Capital Infrastructure at 703-737-8624 oremail the department.

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