Lee Hall Area Plan

Purpose

The City of Newport News is in the process of updating the 1997 Lee Hall Area Plan. Over the last 23 years, market conditions and trends have changed necessitating the update. The objective for the Lee Hall Area Plan is to establish a vision to reinvigorate the village, create a sense of arrival and attract new investment. Once adopted, the Lee Hall Area Plan will serve as an amendment to the City's One City, One Future 2040 Comprehensive Plan.

Plan Area

The focus of the plan is bound to the north and east by the Newport News / York County Line, to the south along Fort Eustis Boulevard and Dozier Road and to the west by the Newport News / James City County Line. The study area includes Oakland Industrial Park, Newport News Park, Lee Hall Village and Endview Plantation.

Lee Hall Boundary Map (PDF)

Planning Process

The Lee Hall Area Plan is being directed by the City of Newport News Department of Planning. Two advisory committees are being created with representatives of City departments and citizen and stakeholder representatives.  A series of public input meetings will be held over the next 10 months and an online/mail-in survey will be posted and distributed in early September.  View the timeline for the project here.

Documents

1997 Lee Hall Area Plan (PDF)

More Information

Carolyn Poissant, AICP, Planner II, 757-926-8761