Can I Get Broadband in My New Home?
When it comes to the Internet, cable television and open video systems, not all areas of Loudoun County have access to all providers. Some areas, particularly in the rural parts of western Loudoun, must rely on wireless and/or satellite for their Internet and television services. And, depending upon the topography, even these may be spotty or completely unavailable. Other communities, such as Broadlands and Lansdowne, may be tied to a particular provider. The individual service providers can confirm whether or not they provide service to a particular address.
More information about utility services, including issues to consider when buying a new home, is online here
Loudoun County also has a Communications Commission, which was formed to advise the Board of Supervisors on issues pertaining to the county's cable TV operations, Open Video System (OVS) service providers, and broadband issues. You can visit the Communications Commission page here
to learn about their work, which includes assisting rural communities with requests for cable service.