VA Dept of Transportaton (VDOT) Maintained Streets

Virginia Department Of Transportation (VDOT) Streets

The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) is responsible for clearing snow and ice on the following streets located within Burke Centre. If your street is found on this list, you may contact VDOT at (703) 383-VDOT (8368) with any questions you have related to snow plowing, sanding or salting. Stay informed this winter at

VDOT Maintained Streets General

  • BurkeCentre Parkway
  • Roberts Parkway


VDOT Maintained Streets in the Commons Neighborhood

  • BurkeCommons Road
  • BurkeCommons Court
  • Roberts Parkway


VDOT Maintained Streets in the Landings Neighborhood

  • BattalionLanding Court
  • BurnsideLanding Drive and Burnside Landing Court
  • ClermontLanding Court
  • CoopersLanding Court
  • DoryLanding Court
  • EaglesLanding Road and Eagles Landing Court
  • FalconLanding Court
  • FultonsLanding Court
  • HeritageLanding Road and Heritage Landing Court
  • Martins Landing Lane
  • O'HaraLanding Court
  • PoburnLanding Court
  • PowellsLanding Road
  • SteamboatLanding Lane and Steamboat Landing Court
  • SwanLanding Court
  • Waters Edge Landing (ENTRANCE ONLY)


VDOT Maintained Streets in the Oaks Neighborhood

  • AcornKnoll Court
  • BasketOak Court
  • BearOak Court
  • BurrOak Way
  • CalumetGrove Drive
  • CarotCourt
  • CartersOak Way and Carters Oak Court
  • DundasOak Court
  • FredsOak Road and Freds Oak Court
  • HollowOak Court
  • OakApple Court
  • OakFern Court
  • OakGreen Way
  • OakLeather Drive
  • OakMoss Terrace
  • OakRidge Court
  • OakStake Court
  • OakWilds Court
  • OakenshawCourt
  • OaklandPark Drive
  • ShingleOak Court
  • SplitOak Lane
  • SpringOak Way
  • TobegoCourt
  • Vernons Oak Court


VDOT Maintained Streets in the Ponds Neighborhood

  • BellairRoad
  • GoodingPond Road
  • HomarPond Drive and Homar Pond Court
  • KnollsPond Lane
  • LucasPond Road
  • ManetRoad
  • MantleRoad
  • MarquandDrive
  • MarshallPond Road
  • OrmandyDrive
  • PondSpice Lane
  • RandDrive
  • SkinnerDrive
  • WhidbeyLane
  • WicklowDrive
  • WilmetteDrive
  • WilmingtonDrive
  • WindwardDrive
  • WinnepegDrive and Winnepeg Court
  • WinterPark Drive
  • WolcottDrive
  • Woodvale Pond Drive


VDOT Maintained Streets in the Woods Neighborhood

  • BurkewoodWay
  • CofferWoods Road and Coffer Woods Court
  • HemlockWoods Lane
  • LincolnwoodDrive and Lincolnwood Court
  • NatickRoad and Natick Court
  • NewEngland Wood Drive and New England Woods Court
  • RentonDrive
  • SchoolhouseWoods Road
  • StoneWood Court
  • WardsGrove Circle
  • WheatonDrive
  • WoodAstor Court
  • WoodDuck Court
  • WoodGrouse Court
  • WoodLaurel Court
  • WoodedgeDrive and Woodedge Court
  • WoodenDove Court
  • WoodenHawk Lane and Wooden Hawk Court
  • Wooden Spoon Court



In Northern Virginia, VDOT clears 16,000 subdivision streets. Typically, crews begin plowing when two inches has fallen. Main thoroughfares in subdivisions are repeatedly plowed during a storm. Once the storm has stopped and those roads are clear, crews work to make residential streets and cul-de-sacs passable.

A neighborhood street is considered passable when a path is drivable (with caution) for an average passenger vehicle. The road will not be cleared curb-to-curb or to bare pavement, and may remain snow-packed, uneven and rutted, especially if there is refreeze. Chemicals are not typically used in subdivisions, but crews will sand hills, curves and intersections as needed to provide traction.

For most storms, one snowplow pass, about eight to ten feet wide, is made. Local roads are divided among about 600 “snow maps” assigned to plow drivers. These maps are reviewed each year for hotspots, schools, police stations, hospitals and bus stops. About 350 of these maps are for Fairfax County alone. Once drivers complete a minimum of one pass on the roads in a map, they report that the route is complete.

VDOT judges subdivisions complete through processed snow maps, resident call volume, AVL and VDOT staff monitors. While VDOT does not remove snow from sidewalks or trails, crews are asked to be mindful of pushing large amounts of snow onto these and driveways. Especially in major storms, it is often an unintended consequence of making roads passable.

When shoveling driveways, residents should shovel to the right facing the road, and leave the last few feet at the curb until the street is plowed, as the truck will push some snow back. Also, park in driveways or on the odd-numbered side of the street to allow plows room to pass.

To give crews a chance to finish their assigned snow maps, VDOT asks that residents wait a few days after the storm is over beforereporting “missed” roads. Once crews have finished their routes,resident complaints are mapped to a database that feeds lists of locations to the area headquarters to check and address.



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