Neighborhood Design Districts

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The City is embarking on an effort to redevelop four strategically-chosen areas of Winchester through the Neighborhood Design Districts (NDD) process! This initiative will guide the City's effort to proactively revitalize neighborhoods by incorporating a mix of residences, businesses, and open spaces that promote residents' well-being. 

Four areas of the City are currently classified as Neighborhood Design Districts:

  • along Fairmont Avenue in Ward 1;
  • along Berryville Avenue in Ward 2;
  • along South Pleasant Valley Road in Ward 3;
  • and along Valley Avenue, Cedar Creek Grade and Weems Lane in Ward 4. 

Please continue to check back on this page for updates on the NDD initiative the districts are formalized and the collaborative design process begins! The first NDD process to get underway is the Valley Avenue and Weems Lane District, followed by the Fairmont District.

Fairmont Neighborhood Design District

Please join the City of Winchester and the Ward One Committee as we embark on the Neighborhood Design District planning process for your neighborhood. The Fairmont District's boundaries are highlighted in the photo below. 

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We need your help! Several names have been proposed for the new neighborhood. Please fill out the form below to provide input into the City's naming process for this neighborhood. 

Cedar Valley Neighborhood Design District

The Ward 4 Neighborhood Design District, The Cedar Valley Neighborhood, was named based on the choices and input of Ward 4 residents. Check out the map below to familiarize yourself with the area. 

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