Homebuyer Information Guide: Public Facilities
Schools, Libraries, Recreation & More
Current Public Facilities
Loudoun County has many fine schools, parks, libraries, senior centers, and other public facilities.
The Loudoun County Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Services
operates a network of facilities throughout Loudoun County including staffed and unstaffed parks; community, recreation and senior centers; historic sites, a nature preserve and a performing and fine arts center.
The Loudoun County Public Library
system currently operates eight library branches. The libraries offer services ranging from traditional books to online databases to live homework help.
Loudoun County features a high quality school system with more than 66,000 students in 80 schools. More information is available on the Loudoun County Public Schools website
Future Public Facilities
The Loudoun County Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) and the Capital Needs Assessment (CNA) provide information on what facilities are planned to be built.
The CIP documents the new facilities that the county plans to construct during the next six years. The county has developed an online map and database to keep Loudoun County citizens updated on the status of the county's many capital infrastructure projects.
The CNA describes those facilities planned beyond the six-year CIP plus a general location. This is where you go to find out just when that neighborhood school or library is planned for construction, as well as how much it will cost. Both the CIP and CNA are online: