The Town of Vienna is moving forward with its plan to add public parking with Patrick Henry Library’s upcoming renovation.
The town is partnering with Fairfax County so that the town can have public parking spots when the county rebuilds the library (101 E. Maple Avenue).
The town is looking to incorporate public parking into a three-story parking garage, according to the Capital Improvement Plan.
Director of Finance Marion Serfass told the Town Council that the town would have 188 spaces, while the library would have 125 — a total of 313 parking spaces.
The parking garage is expected to cost $6.3 million, and the town is seeking a grant from the Northern Virginia Transportation Authority.
The Vienna Town Council approved the 2020-2036 Capital Improvement Plan at their meeting on Monday (Oct. 21).
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