Planning & Development
About PRCS Projects and Plans
Projects in Design are in the feasibility or planning stage.
Projects in Construction are in the implementation or completion stage.
PRCS works closely with the Loudoun County Department of Transportation and Capital Infrastructure (DTCI) on various Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Facilities Projects. Additional project information is available on the Capital Projects page.
Our design standards and construction specifications can be found in the Construction Design Standards Manual (PDF) - Revised 2014
Park facilities are disbursed throughout the county and are classified (largest to smallest) as Regional, District, Community, and Neighborhood-based on acreage. The permanent presence of on-site staff during business hours indicates whether a park is manned or unmanned.
- Potomac Lakes Sportsplex Turf Fields
- Phillip A. Bolen Phase II Restroom/Concession
Natural surface trails represent an opportunity for a diverse mix of trail users to experience Loudoun County. We have trails for everyone; equestrians, hikers, and bikes, etc. Natural surface trails vary in width (2’-4’) and provide users a unique way to experience the history, resources, and landscapes throughout the County. Additionally, paved trails within park facilities provide access to and from various features in our parks. Both trail types can be standalone projects or elements of larger PRCS projects.
- Byrne’s Ridge Trail Access
- Evergreen Mills Equestrian, Hiking, and Biking Trail
- Round Hill to Franklin Park Trail
Parks, Recreation and Community Services (PRCS) provides access to various facilities to the residents of Loudoun County. PRCS works closely with the Loudoun County Department of Transportation and Capital Infrastructure (DTCI) on various Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Facilities Projects. Additional project information is available on the DTCI Projects, Studies and Plans page.