LED Streetlight Replacement Project

Pilot Phase: LED Streetlight Replacement Project 

The City of Falls Church Department of Public Works (DPW) is conducting a test program for the LED Streetlight Replacement Project. With cooperation with Dominion Energy Virginia (DEV), the City has the opportunity more quickly replace all Dominion-owned streetlight fixtures with LED fixtures that use 75% less energy and last 5x as long. In addition to increased public safety, LEDs provide a cleaner, clearer light source.

Is This Light Too Bright? Take Survey Now Through September 26, 2022!

The City installed test LED fixtures in key areas, and the city would like your feedback. The 21 locations are marked on the map below. When you visit a test light pole, you will see a yellow flyer with a QR code that links to a survey. Each pole also has a pink flagging tape that includes the pole number, fixture type, color temperature, wattage. Please visit these poles and let us know your thoughts on the brightness – is it too bright? Too dim? Just right? 

The survey closes on Monday, September 26 at 11:45 p.m. Feedback may be used to determine which fixtures are installed citywide. 

Take the survey by September 26!

Test Streetlight Locations

  • Gordon Road (5 lights)
  • James Street between S. Virginia Avenue and Gundry Drive (5 lights)
  • Fulton Avenue from just west of N. Oak Street to Pennsylvania Avenue (6 lights)
  • Cherry Hill Park, enter from Park Avenue (5 lights)
LED Street Light Map with four different locations marked in different colors.