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Contribute ideas to City’s Street Name Survey

With the City Council vote complete as of July 12, 14 streets will be renamed. The City is now requesting input on new name ideas. Visit this new Engage Fairfax page for links to Frequently Asked Questions and to the name idea survey.

Neighbor seeking tandem bicycling partner

Looking for experienced and confident bicycle rider interested in captaining a tandem bike. No captain experience needed, training provided. 25 mile rides, working up to 60-70. Shorter rides and multiple captains welcome. Training for the 50 State Ride in Sept. Available early mornings, evenings & weekends. If interested, please contact

City Council votes to rename all 14 street names up for consideration

Tonight the City Council voted to rename all of the street names up for consideration. The vote was conducted street by street for each of the 14 streets identified as having Confederacy themes by the Stakeholder Group in their report last fall. Eight of the 14 streets to be renamed are in Mosby Woods: ConfederateContinue reading “City Council votes to rename all 14 street names up for consideration”

Latest City Council timing on street rename project

Per MWCA email May 7, with updates based on the May 10 City Council meeting. Street Renaming Vote moved to June 28 Hello Mosby Woods Neighbors, In an effort to gain feedback from residents who are just learning of the Connecting Fairfax City for All initiative, and due to unforeseen travel schedules of some City Council members, the City Council has moved the public hearingContinue reading “Latest City Council timing on street rename project”

Street Names Poll Results

Street Names PollFrom April 4 through April 14 the Mosby Woods Community Association conducted a poll of the Mosby Woods community with the goal of understanding the community perspective on changing the name of streets that are identified by the City’s Stakeholder Advisory Group (SAG) in their 2021 report to the City Council.   TheContinue reading “Street Names Poll Results”

City next steps on street rename, upcoming open house

The City Council meeting from April 12 is available to watch online. Several of our neighbors spoke their views related to potential street name changes at the open comment period (0:46:00). The meeting also included about an hour of Council and City staff discussion of the recommended new policy for city street renaming and for historic markers (2:09:00). BothContinue reading “City next steps on street rename, upcoming open house”


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