The Round Hill Town Council will provide another public briefing on options to expand the town boundaries during a Sept. 19 forum at Round Hill Elementary School.
The council’s first briefing in August drew about 120 residents—a mix of those living in town and out of town. The council is eyeing options to bring about 200 homes—and eventually as many as 1,300—into the town limits.
Round Hill is unique among Loudoun’s towns in that most of its residential development—and most of its utility customer base—is outside the town limits. Today, the town has 236 households and 590 residents. There are another 1,293 homes and 3,200 residents outside the town limits, but inside in the Joint Land Management Area, a zone where town and county leaders cooperate on development planning issues and where the town provides water and sewer service.
The town has posted information about the issue at roundhillva.org/town-of-round-hill-expansion.
Tuesday’s meeting will begin at 7 p.m. and be held in the school’s cafeteria.