The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office is offering a training seminar for the public on how to deal with active threat events. Course material to be provided by the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office
— OPEN TO THE PUBLIC —
Continue reading “Active Threat” training at the Baha’i Center
Our district supervisor Koran Saines informs us that the Gwen Thompson Briar Patch Park will be closed for up to four months starting on Tuesday October 9. Given the extent of the project, County staff determined it would be better to complete it all at once, necessitating the closure.
The extensive construction project includes milling and resurfacing tennis and basketball courts, trails and the parking lot, replacing a retaining wall and fencing, replacing a playground and surrounding surfaces, repairing drainage areas and enhancing access areas. These changes will complete work that began a couple years ago to update the park. At the end of this project the park will be better and more enjoyable for Sterling children and families.
[exif id=”2084″ show=location][exif id=”2086″ show=location]once again dog walkers have allowed their pets to leave unsavory & unsanitary (not to mention illegal)-: calling cards on our sidewalks:-([exif id=”2083″ show=location]