Lovettsville Council Picks South Loudoun Streetscape Plan

The Town Council last week unanimously selected its preferred design option for improvements to South Loudoun Street. 

The option, known as Concept 2, extends the sidewalk to the Lovettsville Elementary School, includes curb and gutter drainage improvements, lighting and utility upgrades and would restrict a portion of the street—between Broad Way and South Locust Street—to one-way traffic. The option can be constructed within the current right of way.

Overall, the project is expected to cost $6.4 million. The town, with the support of $2 million from the county government, already has the funds needed to complete the designs. 

Town Manager Jason Cournoyer said having the project in shovel-ready mode puts the town in good position to secure financing through Virginia’s SmartScale program.

“I like our chances,” he said.

South Loudoun Street Improvements Concept 2

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