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UPDATE: WATER HAS BEEN RESTORED (July 29 - 10:30 AM)EMERGENCY WATER LINE REPAIR - JULY 29 (9:30AM)• There is an emergenc...
07/29/2021

UPDATE: WATER HAS BEEN RESTORED (July 29 - 10:30 AM)

EMERGENCY WATER LINE REPAIR - JULY 29 (9:30AM)
• There is an emergency water line break on East Loudoun Street at the intersection of E. Loudoun and Bridge Street.
• The Round Hill Utility Staff shut down the water at 9:30AM so that the leak can be repaired.
• This emergency outage will affect approximately 8 homes in the area of E. Loudoun, Bridge St. and Chamblin Way but is expected to be repaired quickly. No businesses are impacted by this repair.
• Updates will be provided on the Town of Round Hill’s website and page, and through Alert Loudoun.

07/26/2021
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Planning Commission Meeting
Tuesday, July 27 at 7:00PM
Town Office, 23 Main Street

The agenda for the Planning Commission and information for attending remotely are available on the Town's website:https://www.roundhillva.org/sites/g/files/vyhlif4951/f/agendas/07-27-2021_pc_meeting_agenda_final.pdf

UPDATE LEAK REPAIRED AND SERVICE RESTORED (7/23 at 10:45AM): The water leak on East Loudoun Street has been repaired and...
07/23/2021

UPDATE LEAK REPAIRED AND SERVICE RESTORED (7/23 at 10:45AM): The water leak on East Loudoun Street has been repaired and service has been restored.

EMERGENCY WATER LINE REPAIR - JULY 23 (9:30AM)

• There is an emergency water line break on East Loudoun Street between Falls Place and Newberry Crossing.
• The Round Hill Utility Staff shut down the water at 9:30AM so that the leak can be repaired.
• This emergency water service outage will affect approximately 300-400 homes in the Lake Point and Newberry Crossing communities over the next several hours.
• Updates will be provided on the Town of Round Hill’s website and page, and through Alert Loudoun.

UPDATE LEAK REPAIRED AND SERVICE RESTORED (7/23 at 10:45AM): The water leak on East Loudoun Street has been repaired and service has been restored.

EMERGENCY WATER LINE REPAIR - JULY 23 (9:30AM)

• There is an emergency water line break on East Loudoun Street between Falls Place and Newberry Crossing.
• The Round Hill Utility Staff shut down the water at 9:30AM so that the leak can be repaired.
• This emergency water service outage will affect approximately 300-400 homes in the Lake Point and Newberry Crossing communities over the next several hours.
• Updates will be provided on the Town of Round Hill’s website and page, and through Alert Loudoun.

ROUND HILL NOTABLE TREES: Hello, Round Hill-ians! In honor of our Town's recent recognition by Tree City U.S.A., we are ...
07/20/2021

ROUND HILL NOTABLE TREES: Hello, Round Hill-ians! In honor of our Town's recent recognition by Tree City U.S.A., we are working to create a Tree Map of notable trees in Town!

Do you have a notable tree (big, old, unusual, native) in your front or side yard (visible from the sidewalk/street) to nominate?

Do you live at a site of a little Round Hill history? (We're looking for some "witness trees" as part of the project.)

Please email [email protected] if you've got a tree--or seen a tree anywhere in "downtown" Round Hill--to put on the map! Also, please send us any questions. Thanks!

ROUND HILL NOTABLE TREES: Hello, Round Hill-ians! In honor of our Town's recent recognition by Tree City U.S.A., we are working to create a Tree Map of notable trees in Town!

Do you have a notable tree (big, old, unusual, native) in your front or side yard (visible from the sidewalk/street) to nominate?

Do you live at a site of a little Round Hill history? (We're looking for some "witness trees" as part of the project.)

Please email [email protected] if you've got a tree--or seen a tree anywhere in "downtown" Round Hill--to put on the map! Also, please send us any questions. Thanks!

UPDATE (7/19/21 at 7:45PM): Water Leak on East Loudoun Repaired and Service Restored.The Round Hill Utility Department a...
07/19/2021

UPDATE (7/19/21 at 7:45PM): Water Leak on East Loudoun Repaired and Service Restored.

The Round Hill Utility Department and contractor have repaired the water leak on East Loudoun Street. .

Customers in the Falls Place and Newberry Crossing communities should see service restored shortly.

If you experience air in the lines or cloudy water, please allow the cold water to run from a tap at the highest point in your home.

Thank you for your patience and understanding while the leak was being repaired!

PUBLIC NOTICE (7/19/21 4:55PM): Emergency Water Line Break on East Loudoun Street Between Falls Place and Newberry Crossing.

The Round Hill Utility Staff will be shutting down the water at approximately 5:00PM so that the water line break can be repaired.

This emergency water service outage will affect approximately 300-400 homes in the Lake Point and Newberry Crossing communities over the next several hours.

Crews will work as quickly as possible to repair the leak and restore service.

Updates will be provided on the Town of Round Hill’s website and page, and through Alert Loudoun.

UPDATE (7/19/21 at 7:45PM): Water Leak on East Loudoun Repaired and Service Restored.

The Round Hill Utility Department and contractor have repaired the water leak on East Loudoun Street. .

Customers in the Falls Place and Newberry Crossing communities should see service restored shortly.

If you experience air in the lines or cloudy water, please allow the cold water to run from a tap at the highest point in your home.

Thank you for your patience and understanding while the leak was being repaired!

PUBLIC NOTICE (7/19/21 4:55PM): Emergency Water Line Break on East Loudoun Street Between Falls Place and Newberry Crossing.

The Round Hill Utility Staff will be shutting down the water at approximately 5:00PM so that the water line break can be repaired.

This emergency water service outage will affect approximately 300-400 homes in the Lake Point and Newberry Crossing communities over the next several hours.

Crews will work as quickly as possible to repair the leak and restore service.

Updates will be provided on the Town of Round Hill’s website and page, and through Alert Loudoun.

JULY 22 UPDATE ON EAST LOUDOUN ST ROAD CLOSURE AND DETOUR: On Friday, July 23rd, construction crews will need to close b...
07/17/2021

JULY 22 UPDATE ON EAST LOUDOUN ST ROAD CLOSURE AND DETOUR: On Friday, July 23rd, construction crews will need to close both lanes on East Loudoun between 31 East Loudoun (Old Stone House) and Falls Place.

This means that ALL residents West of Evening Star Drive will need to use the Main Street barricade entrance to move throughout the closure. You will still have access to enter and exit your homes as needed but only at Main Street.

There will be no additional work occurring on East Loudoun so you will have a clear path of travel to Main Street. The closure of both lanes is expected to begin at 8:30 AM with the goal of having both lanes reopened by 4:00 PM to minimize disruption of travel during rush hours.

Due to the advantageous weather and full closure of East Loudoun, the contractor can return to do this work sooner than originally anticipated. This temporary change in traffic pattern allows the work to be performed at an accelerated pace without thru traffic. The work consists of backfilling and capping the stormwater structure and running a lateral line across the length of the roadway. These are essential connections to complete the project with the necessary equipment entirely blocking the northern lane to excavate the southern line for stormwater connections and modifications.

This work will be completed in one day and residents will once again be able to use both the Evening Star and Main Street entrances on Monday, July 26th as East Loudoun will be open to all traffic on the weekend. Thank you for your continued cooperation and please do not hesitate to call with any questions.

PUBLIC NOTICE: Franklin Park Trail and Main Street Enhancements Project Road Closure and Detour and Planned Water Service Interruption (July 19-July 30)

East Loudoun Street Road Closure and Detour
WEEKDAYS ONLY, July 19-July 30 (8:30AM-8:30PM)

Planned Water Service Interruption Scheduled for
Tuesday, July 20 and Monday, July 26 (Rain Date of July 27)
To affect approximately 25 households and 4 business locations on New Cut Road and Loudoun Street between Bridge Street and Main Street

East Loudoun Street Road Closure and Detour:
As part of the Franklin Park and Main Street Enhancement project, the contractor has received approval from the Virginia Department of Transportation to close East Loudoun Street, between Evening Star Drive and Main Street, over a two-week period, July 19-July 30. The road closure will take place weekdays only from 8:30AM to 8:30PM. The road will be reopened at 8:30 PM each night to all traffic and will be open the weekend of July 24-25.

All traffic will detour from East Loudoun to Evening Star Drive to Greenwood Drive to Main Street during this period. Thru traffic will not be permitted during this time but all residents, businesses and their customers will be given access throughout the day. Each of the road barricade sites will be staffed with a flag person to assist local residents and businesses. The contractor will provide residents and businesses within the affected area with a pass to hang on the mirror or in an otherwise visible location within their vehicles.

During this road closure and detour, the contractor will be relocating numerous water line connections and two fire hydrants. This will allow the remaining new storm structures and storm sewer line to be installed and connected to the new system on Main Street. The contractor will also be repaving sections of the road that were previously patched.

Planned Water Service Interruption – Downtown Area:
During the road closure, the Town of Round Hill’s Utility Department has a planned water service interruption scheduled for Tuesday, July 20 and Monday, July 26 which will affect approximately 25 households and 4 businesses on or near Loudoun Street, Main Street, New Cut Road, and Bridge Street in the older section of Town.

• The July 20 outage is scheduled to begin at 9:00 AM and is expected to last for up to 4 hours.
• The July 21 outage will also begin at 9:00AM and is expected to last up to 9 hours.
• In case of inclement weather either day, a rain date has been scheduled for July 27.

During the outage, customers in the affected area will be without water service. Notices have been delivered to affected customers with suggestions to help minimize the impact during the interruption to service.

Once all of the water lines, sanitary sewer lines and new storm water work are completed, work will begin on the sidewalk and curb work this fall and throughout winter.

Please contact the Town Office with any questions or concerns:

M-F, 8:30AM-4:30PM: (540) 338-7878
After Hours: (540) 454-3636

For more information about the Franklin Park Trail and Main Street Enhancement project, please visit the following websites:

https://www.loudoun.gov/2996/Round-Hill-to-Franklin-Park-Trail

https://www.roundhillva.org/

JULY 22 UPDATE ON EAST LOUDOUN ST ROAD CLOSURE AND DETOUR: On Friday, July 23rd, construction crews will need to close both lanes on East Loudoun between 31 East Loudoun (Old Stone House) and Falls Place.

This means that ALL residents West of Evening Star Drive will need to use the Main Street barricade entrance to move throughout the closure. You will still have access to enter and exit your homes as needed but only at Main Street.

There will be no additional work occurring on East Loudoun so you will have a clear path of travel to Main Street. The closure of both lanes is expected to begin at 8:30 AM with the goal of having both lanes reopened by 4:00 PM to minimize disruption of travel during rush hours.

Due to the advantageous weather and full closure of East Loudoun, the contractor can return to do this work sooner than originally anticipated. This temporary change in traffic pattern allows the work to be performed at an accelerated pace without thru traffic. The work consists of backfilling and capping the stormwater structure and running a lateral line across the length of the roadway. These are essential connections to complete the project with the necessary equipment entirely blocking the northern lane to excavate the southern line for stormwater connections and modifications.

This work will be completed in one day and residents will once again be able to use both the Evening Star and Main Street entrances on Monday, July 26th as East Loudoun will be open to all traffic on the weekend. Thank you for your continued cooperation and please do not hesitate to call with any questions.

PUBLIC NOTICE: Franklin Park Trail and Main Street Enhancements Project Road Closure and Detour and Planned Water Service Interruption (July 19-July 30)

East Loudoun Street Road Closure and Detour
WEEKDAYS ONLY, July 19-July 30 (8:30AM-8:30PM)

Planned Water Service Interruption Scheduled for
Tuesday, July 20 and Monday, July 26 (Rain Date of July 27)
To affect approximately 25 households and 4 business locations on New Cut Road and Loudoun Street between Bridge Street and Main Street

East Loudoun Street Road Closure and Detour:
As part of the Franklin Park and Main Street Enhancement project, the contractor has received approval from the Virginia Department of Transportation to close East Loudoun Street, between Evening Star Drive and Main Street, over a two-week period, July 19-July 30. The road closure will take place weekdays only from 8:30AM to 8:30PM. The road will be reopened at 8:30 PM each night to all traffic and will be open the weekend of July 24-25.

All traffic will detour from East Loudoun to Evening Star Drive to Greenwood Drive to Main Street during this period. Thru traffic will not be permitted during this time but all residents, businesses and their customers will be given access throughout the day. Each of the road barricade sites will be staffed with a flag person to assist local residents and businesses. The contractor will provide residents and businesses within the affected area with a pass to hang on the mirror or in an otherwise visible location within their vehicles.

During this road closure and detour, the contractor will be relocating numerous water line connections and two fire hydrants. This will allow the remaining new storm structures and storm sewer line to be installed and connected to the new system on Main Street. The contractor will also be repaving sections of the road that were previously patched.

Planned Water Service Interruption – Downtown Area:
During the road closure, the Town of Round Hill’s Utility Department has a planned water service interruption scheduled for Tuesday, July 20 and Monday, July 26 which will affect approximately 25 households and 4 businesses on or near Loudoun Street, Main Street, New Cut Road, and Bridge Street in the older section of Town.

• The July 20 outage is scheduled to begin at 9:00 AM and is expected to last for up to 4 hours.
• The July 21 outage will also begin at 9:00AM and is expected to last up to 9 hours.
• In case of inclement weather either day, a rain date has been scheduled for July 27.

During the outage, customers in the affected area will be without water service. Notices have been delivered to affected customers with suggestions to help minimize the impact during the interruption to service.

Once all of the water lines, sanitary sewer lines and new storm water work are completed, work will begin on the sidewalk and curb work this fall and throughout winter.

Please contact the Town Office with any questions or concerns:

M-F, 8:30AM-4:30PM: (540) 338-7878
After Hours: (540) 454-3636

For more information about the Franklin Park Trail and Main Street Enhancement project, please visit the following websites:

https://www.loudoun.gov/2996/Round-Hill-to-Franklin-Park-Trail

https://www.roundhillva.org/

07/14/2021

The Round Hill Hometown FestiFall Tshirt Design Contest is now open!

🍁Anyone aged 18yo & under, living in Round Hill is eligible to submit their fall-inspired design.🍁

Entries must be turned in by Friday, August 27. See flyer below for all of the details!

07/07/2021
www.roundhillva.org

Town Council Meeting
Wednesday, July 7, 2021
Town Office, 23 Main Street
*Remote Participation Available through Zoom*

The agenda for the July 7 Town Council meeting and information for participating remotely are available on the Town's website:https://www.roundhillva.org/sites/g/files/vyhlif4951/f/agendas/07-07-21_town_council_agenda_final.pdf

PUBLIC NOTICE: Sleeter Lake Park, located at 17749 Lakefield Road, will be closed to the public on Thursday, July 8 betw...
07/07/2021

PUBLIC NOTICE: Sleeter Lake Park, located at 17749 Lakefield Road, will be closed to the public on Thursday, July 8 between 8:00AM and 5:00PM while a new water line is installed. There will be no access to the park during this time.

PUBLIC NOTICE: Sleeter Lake Park, located at 17749 Lakefield Road, will be closed to the public on Thursday, July 8 between 8:00AM and 5:00PM while a new water line is installed. There will be no access to the park during this time.

07/06/2021
www.roundhillva.org

Planning Commission Meeting
Tuesday, July 6, 2021 at 7:00PM
23 Main Street, Round Hill
*Remote Participation by Zoom Available for the Public*

The agenda for the Planning Commission meeting and link to the Zoom meeting are available on the Town's website:https://www.roundhillva.org/sites/g/files/vyhlif4951/f/agendas/07-06-2021_pc_meeting_agenda_final.pdf

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