St. Louis Village Plan

In January 2022, the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors approved a work plan initiating the St. Louis Village Plan. This plan is designed to help St. Louis maintain its unique character, supporting the community’s goals and addressing a range of issues related to land use, development, and quality of life.

The project involves the St. Louis Village Plan Task Force, comprising a mix of residents, property owners, and representatives of Mt. Zion Baptist Church of St. Louis, Banneker Elementary School, the Black History Committee (Friends of Thomas Balch Library), and the Loudoun Historic Village Alliance. The Task Force is working with county staff to craft the Village Plan.

There are three subcommittees of the Task Force, focusing on

  • Water issues
  • History and heritage
  • Land use and infrastructure

The Task Force is conducting regular community meetings to involve village residents and keep you informed of their work, which is expected to extend throughout 2023 and be completed in early 2024.

Community Meeting - January 31, 2023 at 6:30 p.m.

Loudoun County will host a community meeting for the village of St. Louis Tuesday, January 31, 2023, at 6:30 p.m. at Banneker Elementary School, 35231 Snake Hill Road, Middleburg. Residents are encouraged to attend to learn about the status of the St. Louis Village Plan and to provide feedback to members of the St. Louis Village Plan Task Force and representatives of Loudoun County. 

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  1. Comprehensive Plan Amendment
  2. Well Water Testing
  3. Water Feasibility Study

Development of a St. Louis Village Plan will result in an update to the Loudoun County 2019 Comprehensive Plan, which is the county government’s guide for land use and transportation policy. The current plan is available at loudoun.gov/2019comprehensiveplan.

  • In January 2022, the Board of Supervisors approved a Comprehensive Plan Amendment (CPAM) to develop a Village Area Plan for St. Louis and, if necessary, other necessary policy changes to help realize the Village Area Plan; and a Zoning Ordinance Amendment to implement the vision of the Village Area Plan. 
  • Once adopted, the Village Plan will become an area plan that is incorporated into the county’s Comprehensive Plan.
  • The CPAM process includes many steps that may include future updates to zoning ordinances and maps, which provide more specific policy guidance on land use and residential density. The entire CPAM process is public and includes input from the community to the Board of Supervisors.
  • Development of the St. Louis Village Plan is just the first step in updating the county’s planning documents and regulations.

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