Tysons Partnership BOD votes to approve transition to a more robust organizational model

2020 marks the 10th anniversary of adoption by the County Board of Supervisors of the Comprehensive Plan for Tysons. The skyline is filling up with new buildings. Networks of roads, bike paths, and transit services provide new connections within our emerging neighborhoods. A community of stakeholders has come together to support and further this vision in the years to come. Our Partnership is stronger than ever.

On February 6, 2020, capitalizing on this momentum, our Tysons Partnership Board of Directors voted to approve the Partnership’s transition by 2022 to a more robust organizational and value delivery model. This action authorizes the Partnership’s CEO and a Transition Working Group, led by former Partnership Chair, Greg Riegle (McGuireWoods), to engage directly with the County in defining the terms of our expanded public-private partnership, with the goal of achieving greater impact for all Tysons stakeholders. Our board yesterday also endorsed the Tysons city brand platform and implementation strategy produced by our consulting team from Gensler. The strategic recommendations were the result of an eight-month process in which Partnership members played an active role in all phases of research, discovery, development, and testing.