Loudoun County | New Loudoun County Courthouse

Rendering of new Loudoun County Courthouse.

Loudoun County will host a public information meeting this month about the construction of the new Loudoun County District Courthouse. Members of the public are invited to attend the July 16 meeting from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the Board Room of the Loudoun County Government Center at 1 Harrison St. SE in Leesburg.

Representatives of the Loudoun County Department of Transportation and Capital Infrastructure and the Town of Leesburg will be on hand to discuss the project’s design and answer questions.

The undertaking is part of an expansion of the courts complex and includes the design and construction of a new 92,000-square-foot courthouse, renovation of the existing courthouse and historic Valley Bank building and adjusted parking lots and pedestrian access to the courts buildings.

A presentation will take place at the beginning of the meeting to provide an overview of the project. Documents and additional information about project can be found at loudoun.gov/courts-expansion.

Anyone requiring a reasonable accommodation for any type of disability to participate in the July 16 meeting should contact DTCI at 703-777-0396 or email DTCI@loudoun.gov. At least three business days advance notice is requested.

(2) comments

Chris McHale

Please tell me this is a joke. I have been to the courthouse many times and it is without question a ghost town. Even when traffic court is in session, the amount of people are easily dealt with. If you go to FFX Cty court the courtrooms are jammed packed with people. Another taxpayer black hole.


Maybe someone besides Dewberry could do some design for the county? All these projects have the same late early 2000's feel....pretty bland. Is it really a competitive bid process if the same huge corporate consultants get every job?

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