About the Planning Commission
The Loudoun County Planning Commission is a nine-member advisory body appointed by the Board of Supervisors. The Commission provides recommendations on issues concerning land development ordinances, comprehensive planning, future land use policies, and the Capital Improvements Program for the county. The Loudoun County Planning Department provides professional and support services to the Commission.
The Planning Commission is empowered by state law to prepare and recommend a Comprehensive Plan and a zoning map for the physical development of the land in the county. The Commission also reviews a variety of land development applications (e.g., rezonings and special exceptions) and makes recommendations to the Board of Supervisors for consideration in approving or denying the proposed projects.
The Department of Planning provides support services to the Planning Commission. Questions relating to the Planning Commission, requests for advanced sign-up for public hearings, and copies of recorded meetings should be addressed to the Department of Planning:
Loudoun County Department of Planning
1 Harrison Street S.E.
P.O. Box 7000
Leesburg, Virginia 20177-7000
currently serves as the Deputy Clerk to the Planning Commission.
Contacting the Commission
Commission members are employed elsewhere during the day; therefore, questions and correspondence should be sent to "Loudoun County Planning Commission (c/o Loudoun County Department of Planning)" at the address above.
You may also contact Commission members via their individual email addresses, the general Planning Commission email address e-mail
, or the phone and fax numbers listed above. Any correspondence, whether written or emailed, is considered public information and is subject to the Virginia Freedom of Information Act.
Planning Commission Members
The Planning Commission members, and their email addresses, are: