Community Support - Submit Ballot Here

Loudoun County's Department of Transportation and Capital Infrastructure (DTCI) partners with community stakeholders to address traffic calming concerns in residential communities.  DTCI is soliciting feedback from members of your community.

Before you start, make sure you have the postcard mailer sent to you. Locate your community in the tab below. On that postcard, you will find an alpha-numeric code that you will use to complete your ballot. Please complete the entire ballot that relates to your community.

  1. Broadlands Community

Background

The Loudoun County Department of Transportation and Capital Infrastructure (DTCI) is soliciting feedback from the residents of Broadlands community. This traffic calming measure includes four ballot areas. For voting, please identify which ballot area you reside in. The alpha-numeric code begins with your ballot area number. 

As dictated in Loudoun County’s Residential Traffic Management Guide (PDF), to advance to the next step, the County will require more than fifty percent (50%) affirmative response from the survey area as highlighted on the map.

Map

Broadlands Map

Map of Ballot Areas

Vote Here - November 16 - December 16, 2022

A traffic calming measure has been requested in your neighborhood. On this form, you will be asked if you support the implementation of the proposed traffic calming plan illustrated on the map above. As a reminder, you will need the alpha-numeric code you received by postcard to your street address. Remember to identify the ballot area you reside in when voting. The alpha-numeric code begins with your ballot area number. Please vote on traffic calming measures in your community.

Participation Rates

How many residents have voted? See participation rates in ballot voting process.

The following rules will govern the voting and approval of any traffic calming plan:

  • Households in the ballot survey area as highlighted on the map are entitled to vote on the plan. 
  • Only one vote per household is allowable. 
  • A person who is a renter of a particular household may vote in lieu of the owner of a particular household, if such owner currently does not reside at the property address, and is approved by the Homeowners, Civic Association or District Supervisor's office. 
  • Properties that are vacant, bank-owned properties and properties in foreclosure may be considered as vacant and are not included in the balloting process. 
  • More than fifty percent (50%) affirmative response (YES) from the ballot survey area must be received to advance to the next step.

Contact Us

For more information about the Residential Traffic Management program, visit the Residential Traffic Management website. For questions, send an email or call 703-737-8624.