Loudoun County Sheriff's Office-- The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office is divided into five divisions: Field Operations, Special Operations, Criminal Investigations, Administration/Technical Services and Corrections/Courts Security. The Sheriff's Office uses these divisions to provide law enforcement and crime prevention services to citizens of Loudoun County on a 24-hour basis.
Commonwealth's Attorney-- The Commonwealth's Attorney, one of five Constitutional Officers in the Loudoun County Government, is responsible for the prosecution of criminal offenses in Loudoun County.
Loudoun County Department of Fire and Rescue
National Capital Poison Center-- The mission of the Poison Center is to prevent poisonings, save lives, and limit injury from poisoning. In addition to saving lives, the Center decreases health care costs of poisoning cases.
Loudoun Hospital Center Loudoun Healthcare, Inc.
(LHI)-- has been providing the residents of Loudoun County, Virginia with the finest quality healthcare available since 1912. We are independent and locally governed, and are committed to meeting our community's needs today and for generations to come.
Graydon Manor-- Graydon Manor is dedicated to treating children and adolescents with serious emotional problems, while at the same time helping their families. Founded in 1957 as an inpatient treatment program by parents of children with special needs, Graydon Manor now provides a growing continuum of services. Graydon Manor began as, and remains, a private nonprofit organization.
Loudoun County Public Library-- The Loudoun County Public Library, the community's information center, provides free and equal access to a full variety of library resources and innovative technologies to enhance the quality of life and meet the informational, educational and cultural interests of the entire community.
National Sporting Library-- The National Sporting Library, a research center for horse and field sports, is an incomparable collection of over 13,000 books, periodicals, photographs, films, and manuscripts housed in a magnificent 15,000 square-foot facility. Paintings and sculptures by renowned sporting artists enhance the spacious Founders' Room, the John and Martha Daniels Reading Room and the F. Ambrose Clark Rare Book Room.
Thomas Balch Library-- Thomas Balch Library is a history and genealogy library owned and operated by the Town of Leesburg. Our collection includes over 10,000 books and periodicals, newspapers, maps, photographs, and manuscripts.
Bluemont Concert Series-- Bluemont Concert Series is a volunteer-based non-profit organization that presents a wide variety of affordable, high quality events and activities in the communities and schools throughout Loudoun County, northwest and central Virginia. Bluemont presents 300-350 events each year in public and private partnerships of all sizes. Bluemont`s Summer Concerts have become tradition in many communities; those same artists also perform at local healthcare facilities. Its sizable Artist-In- Education program brings hundreds of artists into Virginia schools each year.
Loudoun Border Guards Fife & Drum Corp-- The Loudoun Border Guards is part of the non-profit organization Music In Time, Inc. We are a historically rich performing group located in Leesburg, Virginia.
The Loudoun Border Guards is part of the non-profit organization Music In Time, Inc. We are a historically rich performing group located in Leesburg, Virginia. The Loudoun Symphony provides a spectrum of classical music by presenting a season of concerts featuring these three ensembles. It rounds out its cultural offerings through chamber music concerts, children's concerts, and collaborations with other arts organizations. The Board of Directors of the non-profit, unaffiliated Loudoun Symphony Association, Inc. is composed of dedicated area supporters of the fine arts.
Master Singers of Virginia-- The Master Singers is a 28 member choral ensemble bringing a variety of choral works of the highest artistic quality to the people of the Northern Virginia and Washington D.C. area. These works include the great choral masterpieces of the 16th through the 20th centuries as well as contemporary.
Oatlands Carriage House Theatre-- When you visit Oatlands, take a close look. It won't take long - about 200 years. Begin with the 22-room Greek Revival house that was once the center of a thriving 3,400-acre plantation. Meander through four acres of formal gardens and connecting terraces. Marvel at the 1810 greenhouse, the second oldest of its type in America.
Aldie Mill - Virginia Outdoors Foundation-- At Aldie Mill, a working mill owned and operated by the Virginia Outdoors Foundation, the unique heritage of water-powered gristmills is remembered and preserved. The restored Aldie Mill, an imposing four-story brick structure with tandem metal waterwheels, offers visitors and students a glimpse of how life was lived in the rural South during a time when the Mill served as a vital center of the community
Ball`s Bluff Battlefield Regional Park-- Surrounding the Ball's Bluff National Cemetery, this regional park preserves the site of the Battle of Ball's Bluff, the largest Civil War engagement to take place in Loudoun County. Hiking trails and interpretive signs aid in understanding this important and tragic part of American history.
Loudoun Museum-- Loudoun Museum in historic Leesburg, Virginia, invites you to703-777-7427explore a special place that evokes images of the past, step back in time and into the lives of our ancestors, discover the stories of the real people behind the artifacts, let Loudoun's rich past capture your imagination and curiosity and more.
Ida Lee Park and Recreation Center-- Welcome to Ida Lee, your recreation, fitness, and aquatic resources. We invite you to learn more about our facility, programs, and services. When you have time, stop by for a tour. Our staff is here to help make your visit as pleasant as possible. Ida Lee staff strive to meet your recreational and fitness needs in a clean and friendly environment. Please do not hesitate to contact us if we can be of service to you. We hope you will enjoy our facility as much as we do!
Banshee Reeks Nature Preserve-- The word "banshee" is a Gaelic term for a female spirit and the word "reeks" is a Gaelic term for hills and dales. Legend has it that around the 1840s, the owner of the farm was of Irish or Scottish decent. After a night in town he came back to the farm and heard strange cries and sounds in the woods, what he thought might have been banshees. Since the farm was very hilly, he is supposed to have said that he heard, "banshees in the reeks." In the years since, the name has become Banshee Reeks.
Claude Moore Park-- Claude Moore Park offers a variety of activities for people of all ages. Because of Claude Moore Park's open spaces, miles of hiking trails, pavilions, and ponds, the park hosts classes and activities that take advantage of these natural resources.
Franklin Park-- Franklin Park is a regional park in the western portion of Loudoun County. Its 203 acres of rolling hills harbor majestic views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Folks walking the park's perimeter trail often stop to watch the brilliant colors of the sunset cascading across the sky.
Potomack Lakes Sportsplex-- Potomack Lakes Sportsplex is located next to Algonkian Regional Park in Sterling. This 47-acre facility has four lighted softball fields, six soccer fields, a large playground, and a concession stand.
Loudoun County Commuter Bus Service-- The Loudoun County-sponsored system of commuter buses provides weekday bus service to Washington D.C., the Pentagon and Roslyn from stops in Purcellville, Hamilton, Leesburg and Sterling. The buses are operated by Yellow Bus Lines.
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (Metro)-- The Washington Metropolitan Area TransitAuthority operates the second largest railtransit system and the fifth largest busnetwork in the United States.
Dulles Corridor Rapid Transit Project-- Virginia's Commonwealth Transportation Board and the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Board of Directors have selected Metrorail as the preferred transit alternative for the Dulles Corridor. This selection was based on an extensive environmental and technical evaluation of various alternatives, input from local jurisdictions, and numerous public comments.
Leesburg Executive Airport-- Leesburg has the distinct advantage of operating its own municipal airport. International flights can clear customs without visiting another U.S airport first. The airport's 5,500-foot runway, with an adjacent FAA Flight Service Station, Piedmont Hawthorne's American Beechcraft Service Center, and a jet facility, is used increasingly by corporations that need to house their private aircraft nearby.
Dulles Area Transportation Association-- The Dulles Area Transportation Association (DATA) is a Transportation Management Association (TMA) that identifies transportation needs; advocates steps to meet those needs; and provides a forum for members and other concerned parties to be informed of opportunities and participate in timely actions that will bring about a more effective transportation system.
Dulles Corridor Rail Association-- The
Dulles Corridor Rail Association (DCRA)-- is a nonprofit membership organization formed to advocate rail in the Dulles corridor by 2010, sooner if feasible. DCRA advises decision makers on transit-related issues, including funding, operations, station location and access, and use, and implementation issues.
Washington Dulles International Airport
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