Hot Topics and Important Issues
The Town Council is committed to providing information to residents on hot topics and important issues in the Town. Please review the information below. Some links may direct you to external sites for more information, such as the County Government. (This site is under development, so please be patient as we update documents and links!)
Updated Expenditure Summary of the Town's Independent Investigations
Transparency is an important Core Value of the Town of Purcellville. In maintaining the principles of that Core Value the town will provide bi-weekly updates regarding costs associated with the ongoing investigations. Click here to see the latest cost summary. Click here to review the footnotes for the cost summary.
33rd and Country Club Drive Cut-Through Traffic Pilot Program The Purcellville Town Council is committed to working with the citizens in the Catoctin Meadows and Country Club Estates neighborhoods and affected areas to address the issues and safety concerns of cut-through traffic. Click here for more information.
Please click on the link for information pertaining to various transportation "hot topics". Click here for more information.
Purcellville's Comprehensive Plan Update
The Town of Purcellville's Planning Commission and Town Council are in the process of updating the Town's Comprehensive Plan, which sets out a vision for the community for the next 20-30 years. Please visit http://www.planpurcellville.com for more information.
Request for Proposal (RFP) for Preservation, Operation, and Management of Fireman's Field
The Town of Purcellville has issued a Request for Proposal (RFP) for firms and entities that are interested in managing all or a portion of the Fireman's Field complex. You can view the RFP on the bid board at this link and you can find associated materials as part of the Town Council agenda for the July 25, 2017 Meeting. The link is here, and navigate to Item 12.d. You can also read about the restructuring of certain Parks and Recreation Fund debt in our fact sheet here.
Utility Debt RestructuringIn consultation with the Town's Financial Adviser, Rate Consultant, and Bond Counsel, the Town is considering restructuring of up-to $25 million in debt. This effort is intended to minimize future rate increases and provide financial stability for the Utility Fund. Read more in our fact sheet here!
Public Safety Initiatives
The Town Council, Police Department, and Public Works continue to work on initiatives to keep our community safe. Examples include better signage, pavement markings, enforcement, and education. The Town's most recent initiative is the Pedestrian Crosswalk Flag program, that gives greater visibility of pedestrians and helps drivers be more aware of pedestrians wishing to cross Main Street. Click this link for more information and a demonstration video!
Franklin Park to Purcellville Trail
Loudoun County is looking at alignment options for a multi-modal path from Franklin Park to 32nd Street in Purcellville. This would create a direct connection to the W&OD Trail and other pathways within the Town. Documents prepared by the County are available here:
- Aerial View of Options
- Existing Conditions
- Typical Sections
- Feedback Form
- Possible Option 3
Loudoun County is underway in updating its Comprehensive Plan, too! Click on this link to get more information about Envision Loudoun and how you can be a part of setting the vision for the future of our community!
Get all the latest updates and information about the Town budget at this link!
Current Development Activity and Applications
Read more about active land development applications and current activity at this link. You can also see a slideshow of what the buildings at Catoctin Corner (NE corner of Main St. and 287 - at the Traffic Circle) will look like.
Provide Your Input
Now that you've read about some of the hot topics and important issues facing Purcellville, please take a moment and find out how you can engage in these issues. There are many ways to provide your input, from showing up to Council Meetings, sending an email, taking a vote on our online poll, or discussing new ideas with your neighbors. Check out all the options at our Citizen Engagement portal!