Category Archives: notice

Preventing Water Pollution

Loudoun County lies within the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Land use, agricultural activities, and stormwater pollution in Loudoun County affect the health of the Bay.

The county has put out several flyers on how we can all help:
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Alert Loudoun Phone Notifications

Register your mobile phone number in the Alert Loudoun system to receive automatic emergency voice notifications: emergency information, news releases, traffic information, weather alerts, and more.

Red Cross Installing Free Smoke Alarms

The Red Cross van going around the neighborhood this morning was here to install smoke _and_ fire alarms in every bedroom at no cost!

If you missed them, just call 877-292-1600.

Community Meeting Tomorrow

Our Sterling District Supervisor Koran T. Saines is having a community meeting tomorrow, Tuesday, August 9th starting at 6 pm at Claude Moore Recreation Center in the multipurpose room (46105 Loudoun Park Ln, Sterling, VA 20164).

Atlantic Realty Company, the Sterling Plaza owner and developer, will provide a presentation on their redevelopment proposal and Todd Hafner from Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority to provide a briefing on the upcoming W&OD crossing project. Also invited are County staff, a representative from VDOT and the Sheriff’s Department to provide their input and help answer questions from the public.

Please come out and spread the word about this important community meeting. This is your opportunity to express your thoughts on the Sterling Plaza project, including what you’d like to see there as well as learn about the W&OD changes coming in November. RSVP on our event site on Facebook and please share with other Sterling residents.

Illegal Firearm Discharge

During our common ground work on June 20, 2016, several dead squirrels were found in the wooded area between Coloma Court and Red Wing Court. Examination showed that these animals had been deliberately killed with some sort of air / pellet gun. This is a cause for great concern because not only do we not want our wildlife harmed, but children do occasionally play in these woods and many people walk their dogs in our common ground areas.

The sheriff’s office has been notified and called out. They confirmed that discharging ANY type of firearm in a residential area, including on common ground, is ILLEGAL, and that doing so and especially killing wildlife is strictly prohibited and will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
Please help up keep a lookout and stop this! If you see anyone shooting any type of weapon, even an air gun, or carrying such a weapon on the common ground, do not confront them but call the sheriff’s office immediately at 703-777-1021. Once the sheriff knows the individual or specific house the shots are coming from, they have assured us they will take swift action.