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Posted on March 10, 2022 at 11:43 AM by Nancy McCormick
Following a March 9, 2022, public hearing , the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors has forwarded proposed amendments to the county’s parking meter ordinance to the April 5, 2022, meeting of the Board for a vote on establishing parking rates for metered and residential parking in the Moorefield Station neighborhood, which is adjacent to the Ashburn Metro Station.
The changes to the ordinance would establish hourly rates for on-street metered parking in the newly established On-Street Parking Management Area in Moorefield Station. The proposed rates would be $1.25 per hour (off-peak hours) and $1.75 per hour (peak hours). In addition, residents would have the option to purchase parking passes in the residential-only parking zones at an annual cost of $10 per vehicle.
Residents may continue to follow the Board’s process:
Earlier this month, the Board of Supervisors established an On-Street Parking Management Area in preparation for the opening of Metrorail’s Silver Line service in Loudoun County, planned for later this year. The parking area consists of a new network of publicly maintained streets, which currently includes approximately 400 on-street parking spaces and is proposed to expand with future development to more than 800 on-street spaces.
The establishment of the parking area is designed to promote the use of the Ashburn Station South garage by Metrorail riders at a daily cost of $4.95, which is intended to preserve neighborhood parking for use by current and future Moorefield Station residents and businesses. Parking enforcement will be in effect from 6:00 am. to 6:00 p.m., seven days a week.
For more information about the Moorefield Station On-Street Parking Management Area and to sign up to receive email and text updates, visit loudoun.gov/moorefieldstationparking.
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