News and Announcements
Beginning Monday, November 20, 2023, eligible Loudoun County residents may apply for emergency eviction assistance by submitting an online pre-screening application through the nonprofit Loudoun Cares.Read more about the program in this news release
Are you unable to pay rent and facing possible eviction? It’s important to know your rights, seek assistance, and talk to your landlord about your options.
Your landlord cannot evict you without a court order. There are several steps that need to occur in order for an eviction to be processed. Talk to your landlord and learn what your options are.
If you're having trouble making rent payments as a result of COVID-19:
You may feel scared, but take action: reach out to people who can help.
- If you are at risk of being evicted, call Loudoun County Information and Referral / Coordinated Entry at 703-777-0420 to learn about the Homeless Prevention and Diversion program.
- Contact Legal Aid at 866-534-5243 or visit valegalaid.org for information and self-help forms.
- For free information and legal advice from an attorney about your case, call Legal Services of Northern Virginia at 703-778-6800 or visit lsnv.org.
- If you feel that you are being discriminated against, call the Virginia Fair Housing Office at 804-367-8530 or 888-551-3247 or visit dpor.virginia.gov/FairHousing.
Information for Landlords
Landlords who may be facing financial difficulty as a result of COVID-19 can find helpful information.
- Learn about the key elements of a repayment plan and engaging with at-risk tenants while remaining in compliance with fair housing laws.
- Visit the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development resource page for tenants and landlords.