Broad Run District Supervisor Ron Meyer
- Broad Run Express - September 2019 (PDF)
- The Traffic Signal at Lexington is Being Removed! (PDF)
- Senior Center Groundbreaking Alert! (PDF)
- Comp Plan Update: Data Centers and Farmwell Road Widening (PDF)
- Roads First: Board Passes Deal Requiring Developer to Build $85 Plus Million in Infrastructure (PDF)
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- Children's Science Center Funded in Loudoun! (PDF) Opens a New Window.
- 01-02-19: Higher Greenway Tolls for Ashburn: Data on Bell-Reid (PDF)
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- Update: NTVA Funds Greenway Alternatives! (PDF) Opens a New Window.
- Take the Broad Run Survey!
- Broad Run Update: Stopping the Widening of Farmwell Road (PDF) Opens a New Window.
- Broad Run Update - Farmwell Road (PDF) Opens a New Window.
- Broad Run Update: How Loudoun is fighting high tolls (PDF) Opens a New Window.
- Loudoun Supervisors Applaud Announcement of Greenway Widening to Improve Eastern Merge (PDF) Opens a New Window.
- Broad Run Update: Transportation (PDF) Opens a New Window.
Driving Around Loudoun
- Interactive Capital Project Status Map
- Shellhorn Road Extension Approval (PDF) Opens a New Window.
- Watch Supervisor Meyer's Shellhorn Road Extension Motion
Answering Your Questions
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About Supervisor Meyer
Ron Meyer was elected to represent the Broad Run District on the Board of Supervisors in November 2015. He serves on the Board's Transportation and Land Use Committee. He represents Loudoun on the Northern Virginia Transportation Commission, the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments' Air Quality Committee, and the National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board (TPB).
For his day job, Meyer is the Director of Business Development for MediaDC, the parent company of the Washington Examiner and Weekly Standard. He frequently appears on Fox News, Fox Business Network, and other media outlets as an expert on politics and business.
Before joining MediaDC, Meyer ran his own Northern Virginia public relations firm, Springboard Media Strategies LLC. At age 21, his first job after college was as spokesman for Herndon-based Young America’s Foundation, one of the largest youth-related nonprofits in the country.
Meyer graduated from Principia College, a parochial school in Elsah, Illinois, with a bachelor’s degree in political science. During college, he played three sports – football, baseball, and rugby.
Supervisor Meyer and his wife, Celia, live in Ashburn with their daughter, Lincoln.