Loudoun Water provides public water and sewer service for Loudoun County residents who live outside the county's incorporated towns. The Loudoun County Board of Supervisors appoints the members of Loudoun Water's Board as at-large representatives.
The Board of Directors of Loudoun Water typically meet at 3:00 p.m. on the second Thursday of each month at the offices of Loudoun Water, 44865 Loudoun Water Way in Ashburn. Meeting dates are posted on the Loudoun County Government master Calendar and on Loudoun Water's online calendar:
Fred E. Jennnings, Chief Executive
44865 Loudoun Water Way
PO Box 4000
Ashburn, VA 20146
Customer Service: 571-291-7880
After-Hours Emergencies: 571-291-7878
Loudoun Water (formerly the Loudoun County Sanitation Authority) was created under the provisions of the Virginia Water and Sewer Authorities Act, for the purpose of acquiring, constructing, operating and maintaining for Loudoun County:
- an integrated water supply and distribution system, and (b) an integrated sewerage and sewage disposal system, and
- for the purpose of exercising the powers conferred by said Water and Sewer Authorities Act in relation to the foregoing.
The authority was created on May 27, 1959 by resolution of the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors to provide water and wastewater service to residents of unincorporated areas of Loudoun County. The suburban service area in Eastern Loudoun County is bordered on the north by The Town of Leesburg and the Potomac River. It is bordered on the east by the Fairfax County/Loudoun County boundary line. It is bordered on the south by Prince William County and the west by Goose Creek and Beaverdam Reservoir.
Loudoun Water is financially independent from the County of Loudoun. Operations are funded by water and wastewater service charges. The authority is a nonprofit organization and not tax-supported by county taxpayers.
Loudoun Water's goal is to provide the highest quality water and the best water and wastewater service at the lowest cost possible.