Round Hill to Franklin Park Trail

Overview

  • The project includes the design and construction of sidewalks and a shared-use path (pedestrian and bicycle) from the center of the Town of Round Hill to Franklin Park in western Loudoun County. In addition, the project includes county management of the Town of Round Hill’s Main Street pedestrian and streetscape project.
    • The scope of the Round Hill Main Street project includes the construction of a concrete sidewalk along the east side of Main Street, curb on both sides of the street, curb ramps, small retaining walls and storm drainage improvements.
  • Both the Round Hill to Franklin Park Trail and Round Hill Main Street projects are funded in part by the Federal Highway Administration’s (FHWA’s) Transportation Alternatives Program under separate grants.  The Round Hill to Franklin Park Trail grant was awarded in 2000 and the Round Hill Main Street grant was awarded in 2008. 
    • Loudoun County’s Round Hill to Franklin Park Trail project is funded with local taxes and the Transportation Alternatives grant.
    • The Town of Round Hill’s Main Street project is funded with county and town taxes, and the Transportation Alternatives grant.
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Current Status: October 2021

  • On October 18, 2021, current one-lane closure hours on East Loudoun Street were extended from 3:30 p.m. to “dark”. The extension was granted by the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) and the Town of Round Hill to allow the contractor to complete storm drain work by November 19, 2021, weather permitting. 
  • Due to unanticipated utility conflicts, work to install a storm drain on East Loudoun Street westbound towards Main Street northbound will continue for the next several weeks.
  • Although delayed by additional utility conflicts, work is underway to install storm water structures and storm drains for the Main Street Improvements portion of the project.
  • Crews continue grading work at the Franklin Park Trail. The installation of culverts at stream crossing and dewatering devices along the ditch lines is nearing completion.

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