Tillett’s View Land Use Application Public Hearing – March 13, 2024

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Provided is an overview and update on the Tillett’s View land use application (LEGI-2023-0031) that is currently in the public review process. The application will appear at the March 13th Board of Supervisors’ Public Hearing for a final vote of approval or denial. The Public Hearing will take place at 6:00pm at the Loudoun County Government Center (1 Harrison Street SE, Leesburg). Comments can be made over the phone or in person.  To sign up to speak at the Public Hearing, view the agenda, or watch the public hearing, visit: Loudoun.gov/Meetings.

This application proposes to rezone approximately 50 acres of vacant land southeast of Waxpool Elementary School and surrounding the area where Waxpool Road, Belmont Ridge Road, and Black Angus Drive meet, near the old Tillett’s Auction Barn. The request is to rezone from rural commercial and R-1 (one residential unit per acre) to a higher density residential zoning to construct up to 110 stacked condo units, 184 townhouse units, and 103 single-family units (397 total units).  This application was forwarded to the Board with a unanimous recommendation of denial from the Planning Commission. To read more about this application, visit: https://loudoun.granicus.com/MetaViewer.php?view_id=89&event_id=3819&meta_id=242225

For questions or comments, please reach out to the office of Broad Run District Supervisor, Sylvia Glass, via Loudoun.gov/BroadRun.

Snow Removal Info & Guidelines

As we prepare for potential snowy conditions this winter season, we want to provide the following helpful guidelines and information regarding snow removal:

  1. BROADLANDS STREET LIST – This is a comprehensive list of all streets in our community and identifies who is responsible for their maintenance (VDOT, HOA or DEV). The HOA does not plow or maintain VDOT streets. Should you have concerns regarding snow removal or street repairs, please review the above list to see who maintains your street and use the following contacts to inquire:
  2. SNOW REMOVAL GUIDELINES
  3. SNOW REMOVAL FAQS