Stormwater Management Program
The purpose of the Stormwater Management Program is to establish and maintain a countywide program to address the design, development, improvement, operation, inspection, maintenance, and oversight of the stormwater management system. The program is administered through the Public Works Division
of the Department of General Services
The current Stormwater Management Plan covers the period from July 1, 2008, to June 30, 2014. Questions or comments regarding the plan can be made by sending an email. The plan is also available at the Loudoun County Public Libraries and in the Public Affairs and Communications Office on the fourth floor of the county government center, 1 Harrison Street, S.E., Leesburg.
Download the Stormwater Management Program's 2013 Annual Report.
The Stormwater Management Plan is designed to comply with the six minimum control measures outlined in Virginia state regulations.
Quality & Quantity
As the population of the county grows, certain federal and state criteria concerning the quality and quantity of stormwater runoff must be met. The eastern, urbanized area of Loudoun County has been included by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Commonwealth of Virginia in those areas requiring stormwater discharge permits under the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) phase II requirements. Control of the quality and quantity of the runoff is essential to the overall health of our people and our natural resources.
For More Information
At the top right of this page, you will find "Quick Links" to some of the organizations that provide information on water quality monitoring initiatives within the Commonwealth of Virginia.