Fairfax County hasn’t yet determined what to do about the space at 7200 Columbia Pike in Annandale that will become vacant after the county shuts down the Annandale Adult Day Center in early January.
The center serves mostly elderly people who need supervision during the day. Most of the clients have already transferred or will relocate to the Adult Day Center at the Lincolnia Senior Center or a similar facility.
“The Department of Neighborhood and Community Services is currently developing a process that will be used to determine the best use for the space once it is vacated,” said NCS spokesperson Ben Boxer. “That process will include an in-depth analysis of community needs and existing services, as well as a community engagement component.”
“We don’t have a predefined list of potential options for the space,” he said. “Until we have completed our thorough review of available data, we do not want to enter the process with any preconceived notion of what programs or services should be considered or not.”
Fairfax County owns the building, which also houses the Child Development Center run by Annandale Christian Community for Action. The building was originally Annandale Elementary School.