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Attend Envision Loudoun public input sessions in June

The second opportunity for citizens to shape Loudoun County's Comprehensive Plan for its next 25 years commences on June 5. The final document will affect all aspects of our daily lives for the next decade: our commutes, our neighborhoods, our schools, our leisure time--in short, our quality of life. PLEASE invest some time in shaping your county's future, to make sure the plan is specific enough to preserve what we love and improve what we don't. Download this flyer for more information; and click above on the "Resources for the Public" page of our website to access more resources. Here are the input session dates: Monday, June 5, 7 p.m.: Harper Park MS at 701 Potomac Station Drive, LeesburgWednesday, June 7, 7 p.m.: Cascades Senior Center, 21060 Whitfield Place, SterlingMonday, June 12, 7 p.m.: Broad Run HS, 21670 Ashburn Road, AshburnTuesday, June 13, 7:30 p.m.: Harmony MS, 38174 W. Colonial Highway, HamiltonThursday, June 15, 7 p.m.: Mercer HS, 42149 Greenstone Drive, AldieRegistration opens at 6:30 p.m., meeting starts at 7 p.m., except at the June 13 session at Harmony MS which begins at 7:30 p.m.

Attend Envision Loudoun public input sessions in June

The second opportunity for citizens to shape Loudoun County’s Comprehensive Plan for its next 25 years commences on June 5. The final document will affect all aspects of our daily lives for the next decade: our commutes, our neighborhoods, our schools, our leisure time–in short, our quality of life. PLEASE invest some time in shaping your county’s future, to make sure the plan is specific enough to preserve what we love and improve what we don’t. Download this flyer for Read More →

Coalition creates Envision Loudoun public comments database

The Coalition has requested and received the complete public comments on the future of Loudoun that citizens provided in late 2016 and early this year, and will be conducting a full analysis of the many public comments contained in the now-accessible database. We have read through them all (nearly 4,800), and have some early observations: (1) Housing and growth is a major issue – many call for more controlled growth, more quality control on new projects, more urban style housing Read More →

 
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