About the Watershed Committee
The Leesburg Town Council originally created the Leesburg Watershed Committee in 2007 to develop implementation recommendations for the Tuscarora Creek Watershed Study. Today, the Watershed Committee works to protect all streams throughout the Town, not just those in the Tuscarora Creek Watershed. The committee is comprised of representatives from the local community, area businesses, the land development industry, environmental organizations, schools, other Town commissions and Town staff. The Watershed Committee seeks its own members, striving for balance among all types of shareholders. If you are interested in serving on the Watershed Committee, please contact Irish Grandfield, Senior Planner, for more information.
The Watershed Committee meets on the 2nd Wednesday of every month at 5:30pm. Meetings are held at Ida Lee Park Recreation Center (70 Ida Lee Drive NW).
|Neely Law, Chair||Environmental Advisory Commission|
|Bill Ackman||Department of Plan Review|
|Gem Bingol||Piedmont Environmental Council|
|Brett Burk||Leesburg Planning Commission|
|Andre Fontaine, Jr.|
|Irish Grandfield||Department of Planning & Zoning|
|Charlie Mumaw||Department of Public Works|
|Natalie Pien||Loudoun County Public Schools|
|Tom Seeman||Tree Commission|
|Jim Sisley||Economic Development Commission|
Staff Liaison: Irish Grandfield, Senior Planner, accepts email and correspondence on behalf of the Watershed Committee.
Links & Related Information
- Low Impact Design:
- A Homeowners Guide to Rain Gardens
- Watersheds and Stream Corridors Map
- Stafford County Stormwater Ordinance
- Learn More About Rainwater