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Historic District Review Committee
The Historic District Review Committee (HDRC) is a seven-member review committee appointed by the Board of Supervisors and charged with maintaining the architectural and historic integrity of Loudoun County's Historic Districts.

The HDRC uses the county’s Historic District Guidelines as the basis for review of proposed projects. The Historic District Guidelines are an adopted part of the county's Zoning Ordinance, and relate only to the exterior appearance and the siting of structures on a property.

Committee members are appointed at large by the Board of Supervisors and serve three-year staggered terms. For more information on the application process, please click here.

Current Appointees Term Ending
Karl Riedel, Chairman  June 2020
Daniel Robey, Vice Chairman  June 2020
Mary Frances Fetzer  June 2021
Josslyn Stiner   June 2018
Christine Hertel  June 2021
Lewis Leigh, Jr.  June 2018
William Allen Cochran  June 2021

HDRC Procedures
View documents detailing HDRC rules and procedures and the process of appealing a zoning determination.

Staff Contacts
The staff contact for the committee is Heidi Siebentritt of the Department of Planning and Zoning and can be reached at 703-777-0246.

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