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To determine your needs, we will ask you questions about your ability to perform day-to-day tasks, such as bathing and dressing. We need to know if you are able to do these tasks by yourself or if you need some assistance. Placement under an Auxiliary Grant is only possible if your needs meet the level of care that can be provided in an assisted living facility. If you have other needs, the Social Worker will provide information on other services that are available to help you meet your care needs.
The Benefits Specialist will determine, according to their guidelines, if you meet the income and resource criteria. The Benefits Specialist must have a completed Medicaid application to do this and all of the requested verifications. The Benefits Specialist has up to 45 days from the date the Medicaid application is received into the Department of Family Services to review it and make a final determination.
After contact is made with an assisted living facility that may have an opening, you may call your Social Worker and ask that the assessment is sent to the facility.
It is your responsibility to contact assisted living facilities that you are interested in. Each assisted living facility usually requires a separate application in addition to the pre-screening packet completed by the Social Worker during the home visit. Personal visits to the facilities are always recommended.
Below is a link to all of the B&D documents currently located in the Documents Center.
Board of Building & Fire Code Appeals.
Loudoun County Homebuyer Information Guide
Due to the volume of requests for information maintained by the Commissioner of the Revenue and the Commissioner's authority under Virginia Code, the Commissioner has available a list of persons, firms and corporations licensed to do business in Loudoun County. This list contains only the owner name of all currently licensed businesses. If you would like a copy of the list, please contact the Business Tax Division in the Commissioner of the Revenue’s office by email at email@example.com or by phone at 703-777-0260.
A list of businesses whose owners have opted to have their information released is available upon request. If you would like a copy of the list, please contact the Business Tax Division in the Commissioner of the Revenue’s office by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 703-777-0260.
You should be aware that the Commissioner of the Revenue's office licenses building trades contractors with projects in Loudoun County, regardless of where the business is physically located. In addition, the office only licenses businesses that are located in Loudoun County, but are outside the incorporated limits of Hamilton, Hillsboro, Lovettsville, Leesburg, Middleburg, Purcellville and Round Hill. You may wish to contact each of these incorporated towns to obtain information regarding businesses that are licensed and physically located within each town's respective corporate limits.
Commissioner of the RevenueAttn: Business Tax1 Harrison St, S.E. , 1st FloorMailstop #32Leesburg, VA 20175
Manufacturers intending to withdraw M&T from service prior to January 1 of the next tax year must notify the Commissioner of the Revenue's office in writing by April 1 of the current tax year. The M&T may not be in use on January 1 of the next tax year and there is no prospect that such M&T will be returned to use during the next tax year.
For each piece of idle M&T, the manufacturer must provide the original purchase price, a brief description, the year of purchase, and the date the M&T became idle.
For more information regarding the county’s budget, please visit the Loudoun County Budget Office.
No TOT is due on room rental paid to any hospital, medical clinic, convalescent home or home for the aged.
Room charges paid directly by the federal government or a federal agency, whether direct-billed or paid with a qualified exempt government-issued credit card, are not subject to TOT. Most qualified exempt government-issued credit cards will have the statement "Exempt" printed on the card. If room charges are paid for by a government employee, TOT is applied to the room charge even if the employee is later reimbursed for such charges by the federal government or a federal agency.
A myDMV account and PIN also allows customers to:
Fluoride toxicity can occur in rare instances if fluoride is ingested in large amounts over a short period of time, most commonly due to accidental overdose of fluoride supplements. Fluoride toxicity can cause diarrhea, nausea, abdominal pain, vomiting, increased salivation, or increased thirst. These symptoms start half an hour after ingestion and may last up to 24 hours.
The EPA has set standards for public water supplies for fluoride at 4 milligrams per liter. Some individuals that consume water in excess of 4 milligrams per liter over many years could get bone disease, which can include pain and tenderness of the bones.
You could also choose to see a doctor in our area who specializes in infectious diseases by searching through the Inova Health System database at www.inova.org and clicking on "Search for an Inova Doctor" or the Reston Hospital database at restonhospital.com and clicking on "Find a Doctor".
Please note that the Health Department and Loudoun County government cannot evaluate the professional qualifications and competence of individual doctors. The inclusion of a doctor on the CDC, Inova or Reston Hospital lists should not be seen as an endorsement by the Health Department or the Loudoun County government.
The Loudoun Chapter of the National Capital Lyme Disease Association holds meetings the third Sunday of the month from 3:00-4:30 pm at 224D Cornwall Street Community Meeting Room. They also have a teen support group for people age 12-20 that is held the third Sunday of every month from 1:00-2:30 pm at the same location. More information is available from Carol DuPuis at email@example.com.
There is also a Western Loudoun Lyme Support Group based in Purcellville and an Eastern Loudoun Lyme Support Group based in Sterling. Information on the Western Loudoun Lyme Support Group is available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Information on the Eastern Loudoun Lyme Support Group is available by emailing email@example.com or calling 703-421-7000.
These groups are not affiliated with or endorsed by the Loudoun County Government or Health Department.
You cannot get Lyme disease from animals or other people.
The Health Department does not recommend having ticks tested for infection with the bacteria that causes Lyme disease.
Owners of systems permitted after November 2, 2008, must have an annual inspection and a service agreement. Inspections must be completed annually by the anniversary date of the operation permit.
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Virginia permits localities to provide a real estate tax exemption on “real estate … designed for continuous habitation owned by, and occupied as the sole dwelling…”
The tax relief available to an otherwise qualified applicant should not be affected if he or she randomly and sporadically visits his or her family or friends and sleeps away from home for indeterminate, short periods of time. However, if a person regularly resides in another house during a certain period of time each year, that person will likely not qualify for tax relief.
An individual residing in a hospital, nursing home, convalescent home or other facilities for physical or mental care for an extended period of time, not intended to be permanent, shall not lose his or her exemption, as long as the applicant’s dwelling is not be rented.
Each individual’s situation will be different and could result in the need for the taxpayer to provide an explanation and/or additional documentation to make a qualification determination.
To determine your needs, we will ask you questions about your ability to perform day-to-day tasks such as bathing and dressing. We need to know if you are able to do these tasks by yourself or if you need some assistance. The program is designed to serve individuals who need help in a lot of areas (bathing, walking, dressing, feeding, going to the bathroom, etc.) as it is meant to be an alternative to nursing home placement. If you only need minimal assistance with bathing and some help with housekeeping, Medicaid will not pay for you to have Medicaid Personal Care.
The senior benefits specialist will determine if you meet the income and resource criteria when you complete your Medicaid application. The benefits worker must have the completed application and all requested verification before a final decision can be made regarding your approval for Medicaid. The senior benefits specialist has 45 days from the date the application is received by social services to make a determination.
To determine your needs, we will ask you questions about your ability to perform day-to-day tasks such as bathing and dressing. We need to know if you are able to do these tasks by yourself or if you need some assistance. Medicaid will only pay for nursing home admission for individuals who need help in a lot of areas (bathing, walking, dressing, feeding, going to the bathroom, etc.). If you only need minimal assistance with bathing and some help with housekeeping, Medicaid will not pay for you to be placed in a nursing home.
The senior benefits specialist will determine if you meet the income and resource criteria when you complete your Medicaid application. The benefits worker must have the completed application and all requested verification before a final decision can be made regarding your approval for Medicaid. The senior benefits specialist has 45 days from the date the Medicaid application is received by social services to make a determination.
If you submit a Medicaid application and do not enter a nursing home within 45 days, you may receive a letter stating that your full Medicaid has been denied and that you are on a “spend down.” This happens when you are still living at home. There are several different types of Medicaid, and to receive Nursing Home Medicaid, you have to be living in a nursing home. Please call your senior benefits worker for information about your Medicaid application.
The property information made available on the website includes ownership and deed information, legal description, sales information, assessment values and house characteristics and can be searched by Parcel ID Number (PIN), Address, or Tax Map Number. The site is updated weekly.
If the will has been admitted to probate, the database will provide a grid showing the public records pertaining to the searched will. These records and images will include the will, the order, the list of heirs, and bond as well as many other documents that are recorded during the estate administration process.
As for size, Loudoun County covers 520 square miles.
Assessment Parcel Database
From Loudoun to the West Falls Church Metro Station and West Falls Church Metro Station to Loudoun County the fare is $2.00 one way when using a SmarTrip card. Cash fares for this service are $2.50 one way.
Additional options are available through Fairfax Connector to Herndon Monroe or the Metro 5A bus to Dulles Airport.
Any item not claimed within 24 hours may be picked up at the Loudoun County Office of Transportation Services. The office is located on the fourth floor of the Loudoun County Government Center at 1 Harrison Street SE in Leesburg.
Small items can be mailed to passengers who provide us with a valid mailing address. Loudoun County Transit will not transfer items between buses so that they can be retrieved.
This ID card is issued to a rider once the Bike on Bus registration form has been completed and returned to the county. Riders display the ID card to the driver every time they put their bike on the bus.
The Bus Biz email system is used to email future schedule changes or upcoming events. An example of information sent via Bus Biz is: "Next Tuesday is Veteran’s Day and the commuter buses will follow the Holiday schedule".
The Board of Supervisors exempted such vehicles from local personal property tax effective July 1, 2013.
Additional information concerning DMV requirements for registration of mopeds is available at www.dmv.virginia.gov/vehicles/#moped.asp.
Loudoun County uses publications from The National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) as the primary valuation guides for personal property assessment purposes, as do all 134 cities and counties in Virginia. In arriving at the used vehicle values published in its valuation guides, NADA collects and analyzes over half a million auto-related transactions per month, including both wholesale and retail sales. NADA collects its data from a number of sources, including automobile manufacturers, new and used vehicle dealers and over 165 automobile auctions nationwide. Additionally, NADA considers economic trends, geographic location, weather and environmental factors in the analysis of its automobile valuation data.
Due to various market factors, values for some vehicles may be higher as of January 1 of the current year than they were on January 1 of the previous year. This rise in vehicle value may be due to increased demand or diminished supply for a particular vehicle model or vehicle type, gas price fluctuations or other factors affecting vehicle sales, such as government or manufacturer incentives.
The Board of Supervisors exempted such vehicles from local personal property tax effective July 1, 2013.
Additional information concerning registered farm vehicles (F-tag) and unregistered farm vehicles (farm use) can be found on DMV’s website at www.dmv.virginia.gov/webdoc/citizen/vehicles/farm.asp.
As of November 11, 2009, vehicles titled solely in the name of a non-military spouse or jointly titled with a non-military spouse who is present in the state to be with the servicemember in compliance with the servicemember’s military orders will qualify for exemption from local personal property taxation in Loudoun County under the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act as long as the residence or domicile is the same for both the servicemember and spouse.
To request an exemption from personal property tax in Loudoun County, military personnel must complete and submit a Servicemember Request for Loudoun County Vehicle Personal Property Tax Exemption Form to the Commissioner of the Revenue, accompanied by a copy of each of the following: Servicemember’s military ID, recent leave and earnings statement (LES), military orders, and current state vehicle registration(s). If the vehicle is titled in the name of a non-military spouse or jointly titled with a non-military spouse, a copy of the marriage certificate, or a copy of military ID for the servicemember’s spouse, will be required in addition to the information listed above.
The completed form and other documentation may be faxed to 703-777-0263, emailed or mailed via the USPS to P.O. Box 8000, Leesburg, VA 20177-9804. If a vehicle qualifies for exemption from local personal property taxation in Loudoun County under the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act, a vehicle decal may be purchased for $1.00 from the Treasurer's Office.
This can only be done at the time of obtaining a new decal. No refunds or adjustments will be made after your decal has been purchased. You must pay any tax still due before a new decal will be issued.
DMV notifies Loudoun County of new and used car registrations. However, the dealer may not be prompt in reporting to DMV the trade-in of your old vehicle. To avoid being taxed erroneously, you should notify DMV and the Commissioner of the Revenue when you trade or sell a vehicle.
The Commissioner of the Revenue utilizes information obtained from DMV records to determine qualification for PPTR. For further information regarding PPTR qualification for vehicles titled in the name of a trust please visit http://www.dmv.virginia.gov/general/#pptr/taxpayers.asp.
If the Commissioner’s Office has been provided with information from DMV which indicates a vehicle titled in the name of a trust is a non-qualifying/business use vehicle, and the owner of the vehicle disagrees with this determination, a copy of the trust agreement can be provided to our office so that we may review PPTR qualification.
-The Virginia Phase I WIP, submitted to the EPA in November 2010, identified general strategies in each of several sectors (agriculture, urban stormwater, wastewater and septic systems) for reducing pollution the the prescribed levels.
- The Virginia Phase II WIP, submitted in March 2012, provides more specific information that facilitates actions by local partners to control nitrogen, phosphorus and sediment to achieve the pollution reduction goals as well as milestones that will be used to gauge progress and guide plan changes.
- The Virginia Phase III WIP will be submitted in 2017 and will be based on progress made and the success or failure of various planned strategies.
The TMDL is required under the federal Clean Water Act and responds to consent decrees In Virginia and the District of Columbia from the late 1990's; it also is a commitment to meet Executive Order 13508 to restore and protect the Bay.