Loudoun County Ordinance for Snow Emergency Routes

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LCSO Advises Residents on Loudoun County Ordinance for Snow Emergency Routes 

Loudoun County, VA – To make way for snow-clearing operations, the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office is reminding residents that  vehicles parked or abandoned on any snow emergency route, or considered to be road hazards, will be removed at the owners expense. Cars that are in the lane of traffic on any road, and deemed a hazard, or a barrier to snow-removal, may also be towed. Vehicles will be towed to the towing company’s tow lot. 
 
According to Loudoun County Ordinance 466.06, the Loudoun Sheriff's Office may remove, or cause to be removed, any vehicle that is stalled, stuck, parked or abandoned on or along any snow emergency route (including exit ramps). The full ordinance can be found online at https://www.loudoun.gov/ordinances . 
 
If you have questions regarding your parked or abandoned vehicle, please call the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office non-emergency line at 703-777-1021.  
 
The following highways in the County are designated as snow emergency routes:
 
      (1)   Route 7
      (2)   Business Route 7
      (3)   Route 9
      (4)   Route 15
      (5)   Business Route 15
      (6)   Route 28
      (7)   Route 50
      (8)   Route 287
      (9)   Route 340
      (10)   Route 606
      (11)   Route 846 (Sterling Boulevard)
      (12)   Route 637 (from Route 7 to Algonkian Parkway)
      (13)   Countryside Boulevard (from Route 7 to Algonkian Parkway)
      (14)   Route 625 from Route 28 to Route 846 (Sterling Boulevard)
      (15)   Route 671 (from Route 9 to Route 340)
      (16)   Route 672 (from Route 15 to Route 287)
      (17)   Algonkian Parkway (from Fairfax County Line to Winding Road)
      (18)   Palisades Parkway (from Route 7 to Potomac View Road)
      (19)   Cascades Parkway (from West Church Road to the entrance of Algonkian Park)
      (20)   Ashburn Village Boulevard (from Route 7 to end of State maintenance)
      (21)   Gloucester Parkway (from Route 641 to Ashburn Village Boulevard)
      (22)   Waxpool Road (from Route 28 to Lefevre Inn Drive)
      (23)   Route 640 (from Route 625 to Route 641)
      (24)   Ashburn Farms Parkway (from Route 641 to Route 659)
      (25)   Claiborne Parkway (from Route 642 to Greenway Route 267)
      (26)   Route 641 (from Route 7 to Route 625)
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Bruce Walter
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This is good information, Lisa as your area really got hammered with the snow.  I image the schools will be closed all week in the rural areas as it is hard for the busses to turn corners with that much snow piled up!

Jan 25, 2016 09:45 PM #1
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Michael Thacker - Re/Max Real Estate Center - Louisville
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We have snow emergency routes here in Louisville as well, but I have not heard of them being used for several years.

Hope you are able to get dug out very soon! 

Michael

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Jan 25, 2016 09:52 PM #2
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Jeffrey DiMuria 321.223.6253 Waves Realty
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Hmmmm....SNOW? Is that the white stuff that comes down in feet in Virginia?

Jan 25, 2016 11:58 PM #3
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