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All comments submitted online for a specific application become part of the public record and are included in the public file and digitally archived within the county’s land development system LandMARC. All comments can be viewed through the online map as well as at the Department of Building and Development's Land Development Counter in the Loudoun County Government Center, 1 Harrison Street, S.E. in Leesburg, during normal business hours. In addition, all comments submitted prior to a public hearing are available for review by the Planning Commission and Board of Supervisors. Any comments received after a public hearing has been held will be provided to the appropriate decision-making body, dependent on where the application is in the process.
Citizens can also provide verbal and/or written comments at the Planning Commission and Board of Supervisors public hearing. Public comment and correspondence, whether e-mailed, written, or spoken, are made part of the public record and are subject to the Virginia Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).
Loudoun County is providing public record information as a public service in accordance with Virginia Code Title 58.1-3122.2 (1998). The Loudoun County Assessor provides annual valuations and maintenance of fair market values for equitable assessments on all types of real property. Parcels are also linked to the Loudoun County Geographic Information System (GIS), with map overlays displaying boundary and environmental information such as topography, soils, floodplain, and major roads. The property information made available on the website includes ownership and deed information, legal description, sales information, assessment values and house characteristics and can be searched by Parcel ID Number (PIN), Address, or Tax Map Number. The site is updated weekly.