Road Renaming Initiative 2022-2023

  • The process of renaming a number of roads and streets throughout Loudoun County began in April 2022. 
  • The renaming of these roadways is a result of
  • The process began with several neighborhood streets and will continue with the renaming of Route 7 and Route 50. 
  • The entire process is expected to be completed in mid-to-late 2023.

What to Expect for Residents and Businesses

  • Residents and businesses should not begin using their new addresses until they are notified by the county.
  • Affected residents, tenants and businesses will be notified of the effective date of their new address and street name approximately sixty days in advance. This will allow affected property owners sufficient time to change addresses. 
  • The county will also provide the new road and street names to Google Maps, Apple Maps, Waze, TomTom and the United States Postal Service, requesting that these providers update their data and systems. 
  • For residents and businesses, the effective date of the new address will be coordinated with the installation of new street signs. 
  • Business owners with current county business licenses on record will receive a survey from Loudoun Economic Development regarding possible impacts on your business, so the county can assist you in making this change.
  • View a checklist of agencies you should notify if your address changes (PDF).

Implementation Timeline

This initiative will occur on a rolling basis for specific roads and streets. Choose your road or street below for details.

  1. Leesburg Court and Little River Lane

The renamings of Leesburg Court in Sterling and Little River Lane in Aldie have been completed. As of September 2022, Leesburg Court is now Compass Rose Court and Little River Lane is now Vilgrain Farm Lane. The new street names are now available in Apple Maps, Google Maps, Open Street Map and Waze.

  1. Streets adjacent to and within the Town of Round Hill
  1. Fort Johnston Road and Jeb Stuart Road
  1. Route 7
  1. Route 50