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Community Project Assistance

To assist and support communities experiencing issues with deficient or absent water and/or wastewater systems. Properly functioning water and wastewater systems help to assure a cleaner and healthier community.  

This program is designed to help prevent and solve community water and wastewater issues by:

  • Administering a comprehensive program that funds and addresses multiple types of water and wastewater issues;
  • Focusing resources on communities that want assistance; and
  • Preventing communities from being bypassed in the central service area.

Communities that are interested and in need of assistance from Loudoun County with solving their water and wastewater problems are encouraged to apply. An application for consideration of community water and/or wastewater solutions must be completed and submitted during the open period which occurs annually from January 1 to March 31. 

How To Apply

Step 1: Download and complete the application here. The application can be printed or filled out electronically but signatures must be original for final submittal to the department. Carefully read the instruction pages. 

Step 2: Assure the application is complete. The department suggests that you review the Prioritization Manual that the application review committee will use to evaluate and prioritize applications.

Step 3: Assure the application is submitted during the county’s open period. Late applications will not be accepted.
Applications must be received by 4:30 p.m., March 31, 2017, and can be mailed or delivered to:

Department of General Services/Scott Fincham
County of Loudoun
801 Sycolin Road, S.E.
P.O. 7100
Leesburg, VA 20177-7100 

Electronic copies are accepted via email. If an application submitted electronically moves forward for consideration, the department will contact the coordinator to request that the original signed documents be provided at that time. 

Applications received during the open period will first be assessed for eligibility. Applications that meet eligibility requirements will then be scored and evaluated based on health and safety factors and other relative weighting criteria described in the Water and Wastewater Needs Assessment Community Prioritization Manual. Communities that score high enough to progress forward in the review process will be informed by July 31, 2017. 

For additional information, contact Scott Fincham, Loudoun County Environmental Program Specialist at 703-771-5520 or by email.

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