Loudoun County Zoning Ordinance defines and implements land use and design standards. The Zoning Ordinance:
- Provides details relevant to each specific zoning district
- Guidelines for the subdivision of land (minimum parcel size, yard requirements, etc.)
- Permitted and special exception uses
- Additional development requirements
The Zoning Ordinance does not apply to properties within the seven incorporated towns. Each town has its own Zoning Ordinance. Also, HOA covenants may place additional restrictions on possible uses.
What Can I Do With My Property?
What you can do on your property depends on many factors, including allowed uses in the zoning ordinance. Other factors that may affect what you can do with and on your property include:
- The size of your property
- Environmental features such as:
- flood plain
- mountainside overlay district
- limestone overlay district
Other factors that may affect what you may do with your property include:
- If you are in a historic district
- Private access easements
- Private conditions, covenants and restrictions
Subdivision is allowable by right in many rural districts if you meet the requirements of the zoning district. Check with the Department of Building and Development for details.
If you know the address or pin number of a property, you can find detailed information about the property through the following:
- Loudoun Online Land Applications System
- Loudoun County Real Estate Tax, Assessment and Parcel Database
- Loudoun County Online Mapping System