Major Capital Projects
New Public Safety Facility
The City of Manassas is currently planning a new Public Safety Facility located in the Grant Avenue Shopping Center. The groundbreaking was held in Sept. 2020 and the building is slated to be open in 2022.
Transportation & Roads
The goal of the project is to reconstruct Mathis Avenue from Sudley Road to Liberia Avenue as a two-lane facility with a planted median and dedicated turn lanes within the existing right-of-way. This project includes streetscape and pedestrian improvements. The project will:
- Establish a distinct character for the Mathis corridor
- Promote investment in the Mathis Corridor, which was designated as an Opportunity Zone under the Federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017.
Sudley Road Third Lane The Sudley Third Lane project is Capital Improvement Project T-015 will add a third northbound lane and complete sidewalk connections from Grant Avenue in the City northward approximately 1.2 miles to just north of Godwin Drive in Prince William County.
Dean Drive Extended
The Dean Dr. Extended (Existing cul-de-sac to Animal Shelter) Project is a Capital Improvement Project which consists of extending Dean Dr. about 1,500 ft from the existing cul-de-sac to the Animal Shelter driveway.
The Route 28 Widening Project includes widening Route 28 from 4 lanes to 6 lanes from Godwin Drive to the southern Prince William County border, safety improvements, and a shared use path.
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Grant Avenue Project
The City of Manassas is working on streetscape improvements to Grant Avenue from Lee Avenue to Wellington Road. This project will create a visually appealing gateway to the City’s historic downtown and represents the third phase of streetscape enhancements envisioned in the Old Town Sector Plan. The final concept, completed in 2017, includes lane reductions between Prince William Street and Wellington Road to create a multi-modal boulevard along Grant Avenue.
Parks & Culture
This project includes updating master plans, enhancing park facilities with additional sports fields, play courts, a dog park, and trails in conjunction with the planned Jennie Dean School replacement.
Manassas Museum Expansion/Renovation
The City has engaged Baltimore firm GWWO Architects to design the renovation/addition, assisted by local civil engineering company Ross France and landscape architects RHI. Your (re)imagining of the Manassas Museum will help inform the design of the renovation/addition.
Annaburg Master Plan
See the adopted master plan, which will help determine future improvements to the park and the historic house.