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(VOLUNTEER INFO MEETING ON JAN 26 at 6 PM)Round Hill Outdoors invites you to their first meeting of 2023. It is on Janua...
01/18/2023
Round Hill Outdoors - Unplug, Get Outside | Connecting Round Hill to the Great Outdoors

(VOLUNTEER INFO MEETING ON JAN 26 at 6 PM)

Round Hill Outdoors invites you to their first meeting of 2023. It is on January 26 from 6 pm to 7 pm at the Round Hill Town Office at 23 Main Street

Members of Round Hill Outdoors have been working together since 2017 to inspire our community to “unplug” and get outside! To encourage our friends & family to explore our amazing “backyard” -- from our national treasures, like the Appalachian Trail, to new local & regional parks. We are looking for the "next generation" of members to build on the foundation of the last 5 years of projects and keep the momentum going!

The committee has several exciting projects and events planned for 2023. They are looking for volunteers to join a Project Team or an Event Team. Do you want to help with the AT Art Show? Do you want to support a Clean Up Day or Tree Planting Day? Do you want to get involved in the AT Festival? Do you want to organize a Movie in the Park? Or maybe you just want to meet the Team and to learn more about our goals for 2023.

Round Hill Outdoors works to maintain the Appalachian Trail Community Designation and the Tree City USA Designation for Round Hill. Future efforts include promoting Outdoor Public Art, Sun Safety and Healthy Living, as well as recognizing Historic Trees and Buildings

The RHO members know everyone is busy and so this gives you the opportunity to maybe sign up to volunteer for one event versus an entire year of commitments.

This is not a formal meeting. Just an open invite to learn more about the Round Hill Outdoors Team and their mission to create educational opportunities, projects and events that promote Healthy Living, Active Recreation, Nature Education, the Development of New Parks & Trails and to support the Appalachian Trail - in the Greater Round Hill Area.

We would love it if you could attend to learn more!

We also have a ZOOM option for those who cannot attend in person. If you have any questions, please email the Town Planner at [email protected]

Round Hill Outdoors - Connecting Round Hill, VA to the Great Outdoors. Join us in bringing together local friends and family to unplug and get outside. Let’s discover our amazing backyards — from national treasures like the Appalachian Trail to new local and regional parks.

01/18/2023
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Town Council Meeting
Wednesday, January 18 at 7:30PM
Town Office, 23 Main Street, and Zoom

The agenda packet for tonight's meeting and information for participating remotely is available on the Town's website:

Photos from Round Hill Hometown Festival's post
01/15/2023

Photos from Round Hill Hometown Festival's post

REMINDER 2 WEEKS REMAIN TO SUBMIT ARTWORK: The Round Hill Outdoors Committee and the Round Hill Arts Center invite artis...
01/15/2023

REMINDER 2 WEEKS REMAIN TO SUBMIT ARTWORK:

The Round Hill Outdoors Committee and the Round Hill Arts Center invite artists to participate in the 6th Annual Appalachian Trail Art Show at the Round Hill Arts Center February 5 – March 12, 2023.

To be included in the show artwork is due January 27

The purpose of the show is to broaden public awareness and appreciation of the Appalachian Trail.

Artists are welcome to submit their choice of artistic expression, including paintings, drawing, photography, fiber arts, stained glass, and sculpture. There is a separate category that welcomes submissions from young artists in grades K-12.

Submit a piece of artwork that portrays the Appalachian Trail or a symbol of the Appalachian Trail. Examples of images or symbols include:

1. Empowering Youth

2. Volunteers & Civic Engagement

3. Compass, Maps & Navigation

4. Vast Natural Beauty

5. Priceless Cultural Heritage

6. Connect Human Spirit with Nature

7. Protect the Night Skies

8. Leave No Trace

9. Family Adventures Outside

10. Endurance Challenge

The finished work can hang on the wall or from the ceiling or sit on a pedestal or the floor. Students are also encouraged to enter the show! Artwork will be on display at Round Hill Arts Center from February 5, 2023 through March 12, 2023

The public is invited to an Opening Reception with refreshments on February 5, 2023 from 2 pm to 4 pm

The Round Hill Arts Center is located in the Hill High Orchards complex on Route 7, west of Round Hill.

For more info

https://www.roundhillartscenter.org/events-1/2023-appalachian-trail-art-show?fbclid=IwAR31E9M5jxnl9lUtdqGmgmLK8F73ulyn0qZ7VO8pIBYhMYoegDAQGyWcrHI

News aRound the Hill - January 2023The January issue of News aRound the Hill is available on the Town's website: https:/...
01/11/2023

News aRound the Hill - January 2023

The January issue of News aRound the Hill is available on the Town's website: https://www.roundhillva.org/administration/news/news-around-hill-january-2023

Articles include:

*Mayor Ramsey's State of the Town of Round Hill: Priorities, Challenges, Upcoming Projects for 2023
*Mayor, Council Recognize Pete Gray's Contributions
*Utility Billing Reminders and Invoice Cloud Payment Platform Information
*Save the Dates!
*Protecting Water Pipes in Freezing Weather
*On the Agenda
*Upcoming Meetings

01/04/2023
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Town Council Meeting
Wednesday, January 4, 2023 at 7:30PM
Town Office, 23 Main Street and Zoom

The agenda packet for tonight's meeting an information for participating remotely are available online:

01/03/2023
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Planning Commission Meeting
Tuesday, January 3, 2023 at 7:00PM
Town Office, 23 Main Street and Zoom

The agenda packet and information for attending the Planning Commission meeting remotely are available online:

ROUND HILL UTILITY CUSTOMERS: Freeze Alert – Protect Your Water Pipes! The weather forecast for the Christmas Holiday we...
12/22/2022

ROUND HILL UTILITY CUSTOMERS: Freeze Alert – Protect Your Water Pipes!

The weather forecast for the Christmas Holiday weekend is calling for extremely cold temperatures. Freezing pipes are one of the most expensive risks homeowners face. Pipes that tend to freeze are outdoor faucets and water supply pipes in unheated interior areas like basements, garages, or kitchen cabinets. Water meters are also subject to freezing.

To help prevent pipes and water meters from freezing customers are urged to take the follow precautions:

1. Allow a faucet to trickle cold water. The faucet you choose should be the one that is the greatest distance from your main water shut off valve and at the highest point in your home.

2. Open doors to kitchen and bathroom cabinets so warmer air can circulate around pipes (remove any toxic substances first if there are small children or pets in the home).

3. Keep the thermostat at 68 degrees or higher.

4. Disconnect garden hoses and, if possible, use an indoor valve to shut off and drain water from pipes leading to outside faucets. This reduces the chance of freezing in the short span of pipe just inside the house.

If Your Pipes Freeze:
Pipes do not always burst when frozen. If you turn on your faucets and nothing comes out, then your pipes are probably frozen.

• Melt the frozen water by warming the air around the pipes by opening cabinet doors and using a hair dryer. Start by warming the pipe as close to the faucet as possible, working toward the coldest section of pipe.
• Make sure the faucet is turned on so melting water can drip out.
• After your pipes have thawed, look to see if your pipes are cracked or damaged and make sure to take necessary precautions to prevent freezing from happening again.
• Leaks or pools of water from pipes means there was a burst or crack.

If your water pipes have already burst, immediately turn off the water at the main shutoff valve inside your home. Be sure to leave the water faucets turned on.

Call a plumber if you suspect a burst pipe or cannot find the frozen section.

If Your Water Meter Freezes:
Call the Round Hill Utility Department at 540-338-4772 ext 1 (M-F 7:30AM to 3:30PM) or 540-454-1975 (after hours) if you think your water meter is frozen.

Do not open your own meter crock or attempt to thaw it as this can damage your meter.

Merry Christmas from the Town of Round Hill! The Town Office will be closed on Friday, December 23 through Monday, Decem...
12/21/2022

Merry Christmas from the Town of Round Hill!

The Town Office will be closed on Friday, December 23 through Monday, December 26 for the Christmas Holiday.

If you would like to make a payment, you can leave it in the drop box outside the Town Office, 23 Main Street.

If you have a water/sewer emergency, please call 540-454-1975.

12/06/2022
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CANCELLED: Planning Commission Meeting
Tuesday, December 5 at 7:00PM
Town Office, 23 Main Street and Zoom

The agenda packet for tonight's Planning Commission meeting is available online:

12/02/2022

Here’s another fun holiday activity for the whole family to enjoy!

CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING 12/3 from 4:30 to 5:30 pm (followed by Holiday Dinner hosted by the RH Fire Dept)Join the Town o...
12/01/2022

CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING 12/3 from 4:30 to 5:30 pm (followed by Holiday Dinner hosted by the RH Fire Dept)

Join the Town of Round Hill, Round Hill Baptist Church and Round Hill Fire Department in celebrating the 18th annual Christmas Tree lighting ceremony at 4:30 pm on Dec. 3rd at 3 East Loudoun St.

Bring family and friends to the Town Park to enjoy a free holiday celebration including caroling, hot cocoa, cookies, crafts for kids.... and a first-hand view of the town park holiday decorations. And the Woodgrove Dance Team have prepared a holiday performance!

At dusk - Santa Claus himself will use his magic to light the Town Tree!

After the tree lighting, head over to the Round Hill Volunteer Fire Department for a free family dinner at 5:30 pm, at the firehouse, 4 Main St.

Photo opportunities with Santa will be available at dinner.

Come early for parking behind the Round Hill Baptist Church or behind Round Hill Fire Department.

11/28/2022

PUBLIC NOTICE (November 28, 2022): Milling and Paving on Main Street/East Loudoun Street Scheduled to Resume Tuesday, November 29, 2022

*No Parking on Main Street and Access to Driveways Could be Limited During This Time*

The contractor will be doing the final milling/paving and completing warranty work on concrete beginning Tuesday, November 29 through December 2 between 8:00AM and 5:00PM.

-It is important that no vehicles be parked on Main Street during this time.
-Residents should also allow extra time getting into and out of driveways while the contractor is working in the area.

The Town will be assisting residents and businesses during this time with two temporary solutions for alternative parking options to help minimize the impact to each owner. Please review the following summary:

-The Town will collaborate with the contractor to update the impacted homeowners daily as the work progress is reviewed each day. We anticipate that they will start the milling on Tuesday, November 29 and finish paving on Friday, December 2. There will also be possible extended lane closures during this time between the hours of 8:00AM-5:00PM.

-This work will only impact the houses where the milling and paving are occurring, and you should be able to access your property immediately after the work is completed that day.

The Town has secured permission to use two locations for “off-site” parking during this period. These include the following:

-Round Hill Baptist Church (7 West Loudoun Street) – The church has kindly offered to allow impacted residents to park in their parking lot. Their only request is that residents park at the back gravel lot and not at paved parking spaces on the side (since these are used for their daily programs).

-Round Hill Town Office (23 Main Street) – The Town will have limited spaces to park during this period. At any given time, there should be 8 to 10 spots. Please do not park in the restricted area reserved for our tenant which is located on the south side of the parking lot next to the storage building. Those spots should be marked “Reserved” in white paint.

This work should complete the original contract and the contractor will be shutting the job down after getting final sign off from Virginia Department of Transportation and Loudoun County Department of Transportation and Critical Infrastructure.

Call for Artwork Submissions fo the 6th Annual AT Art Show (due Jan 20th to Jan 22nd):Round Hill Outdoors and the Round ...
11/25/2022

Call for Artwork Submissions fo the 6th Annual AT Art Show (due Jan 20th to Jan 22nd):

Round Hill Outdoors and the Round Hill Arts Center invite artists to participate in the 6th Annual Appalachian Trail Art Show at the Arts Center February 5 – March 12, 2023.

Artwork is due January 20 to January 22, 2023

The purpose of the show is to broaden public awareness and appreciation of the Appalachian Trail.

Artists are welcome to submit their choice of artistic expression, including paintings, drawing, photography, fiber arts, stained glass, and sculpture. The show also welcomes artists in grades K-12.

The Appalachian National Scenic Trail was completed on August 14, 1937. This 2,189-mile trail crosses 14 states and hosts an estimated 3 million visitors a year.

Submit a piece of artwork that portrays the Appalachian Trail or a symbol of the Appalachian Trail. Examples of images or symbols include:

1. Empowering Youth
2. Volunteers & Civic Engagement
3. Compass, Maps & Navigation
4. Vast Natural Beauty
5. Priceless Cultural Heritage
6. Connect Human Spirit with Nature
7. Protect the Night Skies
8. Leave No Trace
9. Family Adventures Outside
10. Endurance Challenge

The finished work can hang on the wall or from the ceiling or sit on a pedestal or the floor.

Artwork will be on display at the Arts Center from February 5, 2023 through March 12, 2023

There will be an Opening Reception with refreshments on February 5, 2023 from 2 pm to 4 pm

The Arts Center is located in the Hill High Orchards complex on Route 7, west of Round Hill.

For more information visit:
https://www.roundhillartscenter.org/events-1/2023-appalachian-trail-art-show?fbclid=IwAR31E9M5jxnl9lUtdqGmgmLK8F73ulyn0qZ7VO8pIBYhMYoegDAQGyWcrHI

CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING 12/3 from 4:30 to 5:30 pm (followed by Holiday Dinner hosted by the RH Fire Dept)Join the Town o...
11/25/2022

CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING 12/3 from 4:30 to 5:30 pm (followed by Holiday Dinner hosted by the RH Fire Dept)

Join the Town of Round Hill, Round Hill Baptist Church and Round Hill Fire Department in celebrating the 18th annual Christmas Tree lighting ceremony at 4:30 pm on Dec. 3rd at 3 East Loudoun St.

Bring family and friends to the Town Park to enjoy a free holiday celebration including caroling, hot cocoa, cookies, crafts for kids.... and a first-hand view of the town park holiday decorations.

Santa Claus himself will use his magic to light the Town Tree!

After the tree lighting, head over to the Round Hill Volunteer Fire Department for a free family dinner at 5:30 pm, at the firehouse, 4 Main St. Photo opportunities with Santa will be available at dinner.

Come early for parking behind the Round Hill Baptist Church or behind Round Hill Fire Department.

The Town Office will be closed from 12:30PM on Wednesday, November 23 through Friday, November 25 for the Thanksgiving H...
11/23/2022

The Town Office will be closed from 12:30PM on Wednesday, November 23 through Friday, November 25 for the Thanksgiving Holiday.

If you would like to make a payment, please leave it in the drop box by the front porch.

For water/sewer emergencies, please call 540-454-1975.

11/16/2022
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Town Council Meeting
Wednesday, November 16, 2022 at 7:30PM
Town Office, 23 Main Street, and Zoom

The agenda for tonight's meeting and instructions for participating remotely are available online:

11/15/2022
www.roundhillva.org

The November issue of News aRound the Hill is available on the Town's website:https://www.roundhillva.org/sites/g/files/vyhlif4951/f/uploads/2022-11.pdf

Articles include:

*Town, County Celebrate Substantial Completion of Franklin Park Trail, Main Street Improvement Projects
*Round Hill Expands to the West
*Update on Street Renaming
*2022 Arbor Day Poster Contest Winner
*Vulture Awareness
*Round Hill Community Survey
*Impact of Fats, Oil, and Grease on the Sewer System
*Utility Billing Reminders and Invoice Cloud Payment Platform Information
*Public Input Sought for Franklin Park's Future Improvements
*New Boat Launch Installed at Sleeter Lake Park
*On the Agenda
*Upcoming Meetings

Hydrant Flushing in Round Hill  The Town of Round Hill Utilities Department will be flushing fire hydrants on November 7...
11/04/2022

Hydrant Flushing in Round Hill

The Town of Round Hill Utilities Department will be flushing fire hydrants on November 7, 9, and 10.

Water mains are flushed by opening fire hydrants and allowing them to flow freely for a short period of time. The flushing cleans out sediment, which normally accumulates in the water mains.
Water is safe to drink and safe to use during the flushing.
However, flushing may result in some discoloration and sediment in the water. If discoloration or sediment is evident, residents may want to avoid doing laundry. Flushing may also introduce air into the water lines, which can temporarily cause erratic flow.
The Town regrets any inconvenience the flushing operation may cause.

Please call the Utility Department at 540-338-4772 ext 2 if any problems occur.

11/04/2022

County has opened a survey intended for young people and their parents to provide information that will help the county develop programs and services to help youth in the community thrive. Learn more and take the survey here: https://bit.ly/3spHRzf

11/02/2022
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Town Council Meeting
Wednesday, November 2 at 7:30PM
Town Office, 23 Main Street and Zoom

The agenda for tonight's meeting and information for participating remotely are available online:

10/26/2022
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Town Council
Annual Strategic Planning Meeting
Wednesday, October 26 at 6:30PM
Town Office, 23 Main Street and Zoom

The agenda for tonight's meeting and information on participating remotely are available online:

Western Loudoun Sheriff's Station Quarterly Meeting47 W. Loudoun Street, Round Hill Wednesday, October 26, 2022The Weste...
10/25/2022

Western Loudoun Sheriff's Station Quarterly Meeting
47 W. Loudoun Street, Round Hill
Wednesday, October 26, 2022

The Western Loudoun Sheriff's Station will be hosting the next quarterly meeting Wednesday October 26, 2022 at 7:00PM. Topics include Western Loudoun Station happenings, Fraud’s and Scams, how to recognize them and report them.

VULTURE AWARENESS: There are some new signs in Town! Located near the intersection of Loudoun Street and Evening Star Dr...
10/25/2022

VULTURE AWARENESS: There are some new signs in Town! Located near the intersection of Loudoun Street and Evening Star Drive and along the walking trail just to the north, these signs indicate the presence of a Black Vulture roosting area.

Federally protected Black Vultures are a vital part of nature’s clean-up crew and also help limit the spread of dangerous diseases and bacteria. However, waste from these vultures can be harmful to humans and pets, so the Town is advising people and pets to steer clear of the area and the small stream that runs through it. Additionally, any fish caught near this area should be released.

10/17/2022

Loudoun County and the Town of Round Hill are planning for future improvements to Loudoun County Parks, Recreation and Community Services’ Franklin Park. A public information meeting will be held October 25, 2022, at 6:30 p.m. at the Franklin Park Performing and Visual Arts Center. Details here: https://bit.ly/3yOFqd4

COMMUNITY SURVEY RESPONSES DUE 10/25/2022The purpose of the 2022 Community Survey is to help the Round Hill Town Council...
10/07/2022

COMMUNITY SURVEY RESPONSES DUE 10/25/2022

The purpose of the 2022 Community Survey is to help the Round Hill Town Council gather input from local residents about the overall quality of life in the Greater Round Hill Area.

This survey looks at resources, parks, economic development, transportation, and tourism. Input received helps the Town Council know where they are doing well and where they can improve, to make certain they are making decisions that align to the needs of residents and prioritizing services that will positively impact the community.

The Town Council will share the survey results with Loudoun County Staff and the Board of Supervisors because the Town and the County work together to manage the Round Hill Joint Land Management Area (the area outside of the town limits but within the utility service area).

The last community survey was administered in 2014 and was used to write the 2017 Comprehensive Plan. One of the ideas that came out of that survey was the idea to become an Appalachian Trail Community in 2019. We are excited to see what great idea comes out of the 2022 Community Survey!

This survey is open to any resident within the 20141 and 20142 Zip Codes. If you need assistance, please email [email protected]

The link for the survey is here https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HQ292H6

10/04/2022
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Planning Commission Meeting
Tuesday, October 4, 2022 at 7:30PM
Town Office, 23 Main Street, and Zoom

The agenda for tonight's Planning Commission meeting is available online:

09/21/2022
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Town Council Meeting
Wednesday, September 21 at 7:30PM
Town Office, 23 Main Street & Zoom

The agenda packet for tonight's meeting is available online:

09/13/2022
Family Movie Night - Monsters, Inc.Saturday, September 17 at 7:15PMLoudoun Street Park - 3 E. Loudoun StreetTo usher in ...
09/09/2022

Family Movie Night - Monsters, Inc.
Saturday, September 17 at 7:15PM
Loudoun Street Park - 3 E. Loudoun Street

To usher in cooler night, a resident family of the Town of Round Hill will be hosting a family movie night at the Pavilion located at the Loudoun Street Park!

Parking - Round Hill Baptist Church, 7 W. Loudoun Street.

Time: 7:15 p.m. or when it's sufficiently dark.

Things to bring - yourself, your family, chairs/blankets, snacks, a flash light.

Inclement weather - movie will be cancelled.

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23 Main Street
Round Hill, VA
20141

Opening Hours

Monday 8:30am - 4:30pm
Tuesday 8:30am - 4:30pm
Wednesday 8:30am - 4:30pm
Thursday 8:30am - 4:30pm
Friday 8:30am - 4:30pm
Saturday 8:30am - 5pm

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+15403387878

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