Category Archives: loudoun county

TAKE ACTION on Rt7 NOW!

Good neighbor Mike White reports that Loudoun County is proposing to limit our intersection to right turns only. We would only be able to enter the neighborhood from westbound 7 (right in), and could only leave the neighborhood going west on 7 (right out). Entering the neighborhood from eastbound 7 would require a u-turn at another intersection…read the details here in the 2040 Route 7 Corridor Study.

We strongly encourage everyone to contact the county board of supervisors to make your opinion heard. This will be a major topic of discussion at our next board meeting! All homeowners are encouraged to attend virtually.

If you would like to join our Rt7study mailing list, please visit https://cardinalglen.org/mailman/listinfo/rt7study_cardinalglen.org, or just send email to rt7study@cardinalglen.org, & i will add u to the list.

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Parcel F Stormwater Runoff Project To Start 9Aug

After 3 years of working with Loudoun County on a resolution to control storm water runoff from Barnswallow Ct through Parcel F, reconstruction of the existing dirt channel is finally set to begin August 9th, 2021. This reconstruction will remediate, at no expense to Cardinal Glen homeowners, a longstanding problem our neighborhood has had with flooding and erosion in Parcel F. In addition, Loudoun County will assume responsibility for channel maintenance from the culvert behind 13 Barnswallow Ct to the culvert between 18 Coloma Ct and 200 Cardinal Glen Cir. (i.e. the entire length of the channel).
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Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) collection event scheduled

The next Loudoun County Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) collection event is scheduled for Saturday, May 22, 2021, 8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m., at the Ashburn North Park and Ride, 45151 Russell Branch Parkway in Ashburn. Loudoun residents are welcome to bring HHW from their homes to the event, free of charge. Continue reading Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) collection event scheduled

let it snow!-)

lots of our neighbors were enjoying our sledding hill, but don’t forget: county law requires sidewalks to be shoveled before 12:00 noon following the night in which the snow or ice, or combination thereof, has fallen…

false alarm + slow day…


…brings 3 companies, 6 engines and a break from sitting around;-)

and thanx to our local volunteer fire department!