News and notes from Reston (tm).

Monday, May 4, 2020

Reston's Plague Year: Week 7 (Updated 5/4)

A little on the nose, Reston litterbugs, but okay.

As of Monday afternoon, there are 756 confirmed cases in the combined 201 zip codes encompassing Reston, Herndon, and much of western Fairfax County -- still the lowest per-capita rate in the county. Apparently more refined data is coming from the state in the coming days, but according to this poll tests are still few and far between:

Confidential Restonian Operative "Quinn" sends us this photo of An Art at Reston Town Center practicing good social distancing:

"Thought you’d like to see the plaques that have been placed around Buoyant Force, showing is just how far to sculpturally distance ourselves, with monitoring to enforce good citizenship!" CRO "Quinn" reports.

Mixed plans from Reston's summer camps. RA Camps are still on (for now), while RCC is canceling:

They're not just for unsightly home renovations anymore:

Reston-based CORE Foundation has placed pods in several places around town to collect donations. See other ways to help.

An update from the Reston Gateway project rising near the future RTC Metro station. Mauvescrapers wait for no man — and no pandemic. Sweet music though, and the “waste and vent rough-in” action is ready for its closeup!

The Reston Association held its Zoomathon last week, announcing winners of the recent RA Board elections: Robert T. Petrine and Sarah Selvaraj-Dsouza (at-large), Caren Anton (Hunters Woods/Dogwood), and Mike Collins (apartment owners).

More people doing good:

On Nextdoor, people are still focusing on What Matters Most:

And the final word, at least for now:

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