Loudoun County

Text from our Dec 2014 Member Newsletter:

One of the least heralded assets underpinning Lou­doun’s wonderful rural character are the County’s 300 miles of unpaved rustic roads and bridges— the most of any county in Virginia. Most of these old roads follow routes laid out almost two centu­ries ago. Lined with mature trees and stone walls, the roads are key parts of our Civil War battlefields and connect our historic villages. 

Under the spon­sorship of the Loudoun County Preservation and Conservation Coalition (made up of 27 regional and local organizations), a group of local residents from the Unison Preservation Society, the Goose Creek Association, the Mosby Heritage Area Association, the Snickersville Turnpike Association, the Friends of the Blue Ridge and PEC has formed a committee to press VDOT and our elected officials to preserve and care for this essential network of roads.


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