Sterling Supervisor Eugene A. Delgaudio
Eugene A. Delgaudio,
P.O. Box 7000
Eugene A. Delgaudio was elected to the Board of Supervisors representing the Sterling District in November 1999, and was re-elected in 2003, 2007, and 2011. He serves on the Board's Transportation and Land Use Committee.
He previously served as chairman of the Board's Finance/Government Services Committee, and on the Transportation and Land Use Committee and represented Loudoun County on the Virginia Regional Transportation Association (VRTA), Northern Virginia Transportation Commission, Route 28 Transportation Improvement District Commission, and Potomac Watershed Roundtable. He also formerly represented the Board of Supervisors on the Loudoun County Transportation Safety Committee, Joint Committee of the County of Loudoun and Town of Leesburg, and Loudoun County Board of Supervisors/School Board Joint Committee.
He served as Executive Director and is now President of Public Advocate of the U.S., a conservative non-profit organization which supports a program of limited government and reduced taxes. For 10 years he served on the board of directors of the national non-profit organization, Young Americans for Freedom.
He received a bachelor’s degree in political science from York College in New York in 1976. He is a member of Rotary International, and served as secretary of a Cub Scouts pack for five years.
He and his wife Sheila have six children.
How to File Zoning and Public Safety Complaints Online
Over the years the county has improved its online reporting system, and reports to the Board of Supervisors have made it better. The zoning complaints are an example of one central place to report zoning, health, tall grass, abandoned cars, garbage, parking issues, overcrowding, etc.
The Sheriff has also installed a centralized online complaint system for traffic violators and the major crime areas. This cuts down on enforcement response time and eliminates a visit to the Sheriff’s Office, which also requires time and additional cost.
Citizens can still do this the "old fashioned way" of calling in by phone, talking to a field deputy, writing a letter, etc., but this will streamline reporting major problems that are occurring at the same location over and over again. Here is the online link: