Current General Plan & Amendments
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Route 7 Setbacks and Buffer Standards
February 14, 2018
At the February 14, 2018, Board of Supervisors public hearing, the Board approved amendments to the policies of Chapter 6 of the Revised General Plan
(CPAM-2017-0001) and to the regulations of Article 5 of the Revised 1993 Loudoun County Zoning Ordinance
(ZOAM-2017-0002) to revise the building and parking setbacks, and buffering and screening requirements that apply to the section of Route 7 between Broad Run and the east corporate limits of the Town of Leesburg. A webcast of the meeting is available here. The staff report is accessible through the link below and the copy teste (summary of Board's action) will be posted once finalized:
Please click here to view the Zoning Ordinance Amendment associated with this CPAM.
November 28, 2017
The Loudoun County Planning Commission held a public hearing on November 28, 2017. At the conclusion of the public hearing, the Planning Commission voted to forward CPAM-2017-0001 and ZOAM-2017-0002 to the Board of Supervisors with a recommendation of approval to include a revision to the draft ZOAM text to maintain the current 100 foot parking setback required from the subject portion of Route 7. The meeting can be viewed here and the item prepared for the public hearing is online:
October 23, 2017
The Loudoun County Department of Planning and Zoning held an Open House for public input regarding proposed changes to the policies and regulations of the Revised General Plan and the Revised 1993 Zoning Ordinance for properties located along Route 7 between Broad Run and the east corporate limits of the Town of Leesburg. The advertisement and staff presentation are accessible through the links below:
Questions may be directed by email to Pat Giglio
or by phone 703-777-0246.
June 22, 2017
At the June 22, 2017, Board of Supervisors
business meeting, the Board initiated amendments to the policies of Chapter 6 of the Revised General Plan
(CPAM-2017-0001) and adopted a Resolution of Intent to Amend the regulations of Article 5 of the Revised 1993 Loudoun County Zoning Ordinance (ZOAM-2017-0002)
to revise the building and parking setbacks, and buffering and screening requirements that apply to the section of Route 7 between Broad Run and the east corporate limits of the Town of Leesburg. A webcast of the meeting is available here. The staff report and copy teste (summary of Board's action) are accessible through the links below:
Revised Comprehensive Plan
The Comprehensive Plan is the set of policy documents adopted by the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors intended to serve as a guide for development over the next 20 years and is the foundation for amendments to the Zoning and Subdivision ordinances to ensure the county's goals are implemented through the regulatory process.
The county's Comprehensive Plan consists of the Revised General Plan and Amendments, specific strategic plans and the Revised Countywide Transportation Plan. The goals of the Revised General Plan include promoting reasonable residential growth, alleviating future traffic congestion, promoting a diverse economy, protecting the rural economy, and preserving environmental and historical features.
The Revised General Plan is a dynamic document and is revised and updated frequently.
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