Why did I receive a notification letter?
Notification of a public hearing is sent to property owners who abut or are immediately or diagonally across the street from a property that is the subject of a legislative application (i.e., rezoning or a special exception). Notification letters are sent to inform property owners that a change is being requested for a specific property giving them the opportunity to comment.

Two notification letters are sent prior to the Planning Commission public hearing and the Board of Supervisors’ public hearing. The first notice is mailed at least 21 and no more than 30 calendar days before the hearing with the second notice being mailed at least 5 calendar days before the hearing. If a public hearing is continued, then the second notice will be remailed.

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1. Why did I receive a notification letter?
2. How do I find out more about an application?
3. What is the difference between a legislative and administrative application?
4. What happens to the comments I submit online?
5. What is the Loudoun County Real Estate Tax, Assessment, and Parcel Database?
6. What is Loudoun County’s Geographic Information System and WebLOGIS?