New Comprehensive Plan: Frequently Asked Questions
What is a New Comprehensive Plan?
Please click here for an informational brochure
What is the Comprehensive Plan Stakeholder Committee?
A Stakeholder Committee, composed of various citizens and representatives of key stakeholder groups within the county, is working with Loudoun County staff and consultants to help guide the plan development process and provide critical feedback and direction on the New Comprehensive Plan.
For more information on the Stakeholders Committee, including a list of its members, agendas, and past recordings of meetings, please click here
Are the Comprehensive Plan Stakeholder Committee Meetings open to the public?
The meetings are open to the public to observe, however, these meetings are not a forum for public input. Public input opportunities began in the fall of 2016 with a number of outreach meetings throughout the community in November and December. Join our mailing list
to receive updates and announcements.
How long will the New Comprehensive Plan process take?
Please click here
for the plan process and timeline.
How can I participate in the planning process?
You can share your vision of Loudoun by:
- Sending us an email
- Attending meetings*
- Participating in online surveys
*Public meetings will be held during the 18-to 24-month process in many locations throughout the county. Dates, times, and locations of public meetings will be posted on the Loudoun County Government master calendar and also on the project's main web page. Please join our mailing list to receive updates and announcements.
Why should I participate in the process?
Loudoun County was the 5th fastest growing county in the country over the last 15 years! The new Comprehensive Plan will help to ensure growth occurs at a pace and in a pattern that is fiscally sustainable for the county. It will set clear development expectations to maintain our county’s high quality of life and fiscal security.
Your input is a driving force of the New Comprehensive Plan. Your voice, values, experiences and perspective will help the team develop a plan you can confidently stand behind and champion through implementation.
How do I find out what my property is zoned?
Where can I locate the current Revised General Plan and Maps?
- If you would like information on your planned land use or zoning, please click here
Whom do I contact for more information?
- The current Revised General Plan and associated maps can be located here
- Information on existing and potential land development may be found here
Christopher Garcia, Program Manager, Community Planning Division, Department of Planning and Zoning, is leading this effort. He can be reached by calling 703-777-0246 or by email