Community Outreach: New Comprehensive Plan
Online Engagement Tool
Loudoun County encourages anyone who was unable to attend one of the recent “Envision the Future” workshops to participate through an online engagement tool now available at www.Envision-Loudoun.org.
The online interactive comment and mapping exercises mirror those completed by the hundreds of people who attended the series of workshops held throughout the county in June 2017. This particular online engagement tool for Envision Loudoun is scheduled to be available through July 12, 2017, and is designed to help the county’s Envision Loudoun team engage with as many residents, business owners and other stakeholders as possible.
"Envision Loudoun’s online, interactive tools are an important element of our effort to develop a community vision for the county’s new comprehensive plan. We hope that members of the community who could not attend a workshop in person will take a few minutes to add their voices to the Envision Loudoun process,” said Planning and Zoning Department Director Ricky Barker.
Results of the online exercises will be compiled and recorded along with the comments already collected at the workshops. The results will be presented to the Board of Supervisors and released to the community later this summer.
June 2017 Workshops: Envision the Future
The second round of public outreach is now complete. Workshops were held::
- Monday, June 5, 2017, Harper Park Middle School, Leesburg
- Wednesday, June 7, 2017, Cascades Senior Center, Sterling
- Monday, June 12, 2017, Broad Run High School, Ashburn
- Tuesday, June 13, 2017, Harmony Middle School, Hamilton
- Thursday, June 15, Mercer Middle School, Aldie
Please click here to view staff's presentation at the Envision Loudoun, Envision the Future Workshops.
Members of our outreach team also made various appearances throughout our county during the month of June. Click here to view a full list of the Envision Loudoun Outreach Team's appearances.
Future events will be publicized through the county's communication channels, including news releases and the county's page on Facebook and the county's Twitter site.
November/December 2016 Workshops: Listening and Learning
The first round of public outreach and online engagement is now complete. More than 1,900 people contributed just over 4,500 unique ideas about the future of Loudoun County. These have been captured in a master database, and summarized in a Public Input Summary Report
. Click on this link
to download the report summary.
Please click here to view photos from our outreach sessions.
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