Housing Advisory Board
The purpose of the Housing Advisory Board is to:
- Mobilize business and community support to develop and sustain workforce housing programs
- Provide input on the affordable housing needs regarding funding options due to Urban County Status and recommend approval of grant applications
- Serve as a source of study and advocacy for the Board of Supervisors on the supply and demand issues of affordable housing
- Support community education and outreach on affordable housing initiatives
- Support policies and make recommendations to the Board of Supervisors for program development
- Work cooperatively with other jurisdictions to encourage regional affordable housing solutions
The bylaws of the Housing Advisory Board are online here
- 4:00 pm
- Second Wednesday of each month
- Shenandoah Building
Shenandoah Room 2nd Floor
- 102 Heritage Way N.E.
Leesburg, VA 20177
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings.
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Minutes are also available following approval.
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The board consists of members who represent specific categories:
- Representative of the Economic Development Advisory Commission: Keith Segerson
- Representative of the Economic Development Authority: Betsy Self
- Representative of the Affordable Dwelling Unit Advisory Board: Dwight Stonerook
- Nonprofit affordable housing developer: Karen DeVito
- For-profit affordable housing developer: Steve Wilson
- Affordable housing finance consultant/advisor: Michael J. Scheurer
- Nonprofit and/or faith-based service provider: Maria Vallarino
- Public at-large: Christine Windle
- Public at-large: Brent Campbell, Chair
- Public at-large: Vacant
- Public at-large: John A. Andrews, II, Vice-Chair
- Public at-large: Gregory Davidson
- Public at-large: Brian Fauls
Loudoun County Comprehensive Plan
On September 18, 2007, the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors adopted an amendment to the Loudoun County Comprehensive Plan
(CPAM) to broaden and update countywide housing policies. The CPAM includes policy revisions that clarify the county's ongoing need for affordable housing and provide direction for program initiatives to address the need.
For more information about the Housing Advisory Board, please contact the Department of Family Services at 703-777-0353.