Loudoun Online Land Applications System
About the Online System
The Loudoun Online Land Applications System (LOLA) provides a user-friendly tool to access information regarding legislative land development applications and provides a format for public input for active applications.
Submitted Comments are Public Record
All comments submitted online for a specific application become part of the public record are included in the public file and digitally archived within Loudoun County's Land Management Information System (LMIS).
While comments posted for a specific application or planning initiative will be viewed by public officials and staff, the user should not expect a response. Users needing a response to a question or comment should contact the Department of Planning and Zoning directly at 703-777-0246.
Errors or Omissions
Every effort is made to present current and accurate information, however accuracy is not guaranteed. Loudoun County assumes no liability for any errors or omissions on this site. This information provided is for Loudoun County only and does not include data from incorporated towns.
Federal law prohibits the copying of copyrighted materials without the permission of the owner. Copying or downloading of any such document from LOLA may be a violation of copyright laws. Many documents in LOLA are not copyrighted. Those that are copyrighted typically include, but are not limited to: plats (maps showing the divisions of a piece of land), certain transportation studies, and some archeological studies. It is the responsibility of the user to ascertain whether a document is copyrighted before copying or downloading.
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