Loudoun Water contributed to a Joint Press Release with Fairfax Water and Prince William County Service Authority regarding the resumption of collection and disconnection processes.
To help alleviate financial pressures on our customers due to the pandemic, the Loudoun Water Board of Directors amended a previously approved 3.5% rate increase and reduced it to 2.5% for the 2021 billing year.
Loudoun Water and NOVA Parks are pleased to announce that recreational activities on Beaverdam Reservoir will re-open on FRIDAY, MAY 29. Reservoir and trail users should adhere to proper social distancing guidelines. Public
Loudoun Water announced that its Trap Rock Water Treatment Facility Administration Building has been awarded LEED Gold Certification. The LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) rating system, developed by the U.S.
On Tuesday, May 21, Loudoun Water formally celebrated the opening of Virginia’s most advanced water treatment plant, one designed to keep high quality water flowing in Loudoun County for generations to come.
On May 11, 2018, Loudoun Water held a naming ceremony for the Dale C. Hammes Administration Building located in Ashburn, VA. Below is the Resolution of Appreciation for Dale C. Hammes, which was adopted at the December 2017 Board Meeting.
State and regional officials reported a sheen on the surface of the Potomac River on Sunday, November 27, 2016.
The Virginia General Assembly voted to make June 30 annual Drinking Water and Wastewater Professionals Appreciation Day.