Each deed of easement is specific to an individual area of land and they have differing requirements. When an agreement is signed, both the easement holder(s) and the property owner agree to specific terms that assure the property remains protected.
The Permanent Conservation Easements of Loudoun County Interactive Map Opens a New Window. can be used to find the holder(s) of an easement in the county. Click a property to see the holder(s) information.
The Conservation Easement Stewardship Program assists:
If you have questions about your Board of Supervisors-held easement, contact us by email Opens a New Window. or call 703-771-5778.
Contact the organization that holds the easement directly if you have questions about what is allowable. Attorneys can also assist in interpreting deeds of easement.
There are many land conservation organizations in Virginia to assist landowners interested in putting an easement on their property.
The Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation Opens a New Window. maintains a list of the organizations and land trusts that serve each region of the state.