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Oct 01

Sign-up to Speak at the Aldie Fire & Rescue Station Public Meeting

Posted to Aldie Fire and Rescue Station by Shawn Zelman

Loudoun County is hosting an online public meeting to share information about the Aldie Fire and Rescue station project on Monday, October 5, 2020, from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. Members of the public must sign up in advance to ask questions during the event by 12:00 p.m., Friday, October 2, 2020. 

The meeting will be conducted by the Department of Transportation and Capital Infrastructure and the Loudoun County Combined Fire and Rescue System. Members of the public are invited to join the virtual meeting to learn and ask questions about the project.

Login information and links to meeting materials are available for review at loudoun.gov/aldiestation and loudoun.gov/remoteparticipation. Meeting materials include detailed site layout plans, a speaker sign-up form and a comment form. Online participants may also send questions to the project team as chat messages, which will be answered during the meeting as time allows.
 
This project is located along the Route 50 corridor west of the roundabout intersection with Route 15 on an existing undeveloped property. This project will construct a new 23,000-square-foot fire and rescue facility in the Aldie area, which will replace the existing Aldie Fire and Rescue Station. Additional site improvements for this project include two entrances off Route 50, access and parking areas, a well and septic field, lighting, landscaping and a stormwater management pond.  

For more information about the Aldie Fire and Rescue Station project, including a link to sign up for updates about the project, visit loudoun.gov/aldiestation

Oct 26

Crews Are Finishing Animal Services Facility Site Work

Posted to Animal Services Facility by Heidi Kellum

Construction crews at the Animal Services Facility have completed the parking lot asphalt and the outdoor barn. They are currently finishing the remaining site work, including mechanical and plumbing, installing exterior fencing, and applying concrete polish flooring. The installation of architectural finishes will be ongoing until the end of the project, currently estimated for completion in winter 2021.

This project constructs a new, 21,450-square-foot animal services facility in Leesburg to serve as the primary location for Loudoun County Animal Services (LCAS), replacing the existing 15,000-square-foot facility in Waterford. 

The new facility will provide many of the same services as the current animal shelter, including pet adoptions; animal welfare law enforcement; housing of stray, abandoned, or relinquished companion animals; dog license sales; volunteer opportunities; dispatch services; low-cost rabies vaccines, educational programs; and pet retention counseling. 

For more information about the Animal Services Facility project, including updated site photos, visit the project page

Sep 27

Public Information Meeting held to outline features of Ashburn Recreation and Community Center

Posted to Ashburn Recreation and Community Center by Tony Jones

A public information meeting was held on September 26, 2019 to discuss the features of the proposed Ashburn Recreation and Community Center. The meeting was held in the Loudoun County Public Schools board room. The center, a 115,000 square foot building, is currently in design and will be constructed near the public schools' administration building off Broadlands Blvd. 

Consultants from MJMA/Page outlined what residents can expect to see in the new center. Some of the features include a 50 meter competition swimming pool, full size gym, fitness areas, indoor running track and a walking path around the exterior of the property. Staff from the Loudoun County Department of Transportation and Capital Infrastructure and the Loudoun County Department of Recreation, Parks and Community Services were also on hand to answer questions. 

Groundbreaking for the center is anticipated to take place in Spring or Summer 2020 with construction taking between 24 and 30 months to complete.