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Future Potential Projects


The following is a list of projects that may be considered for inclusion in the Capital Improvements Program based upon funding availability and the priorities of the Town Council. In some instances, additional research is pending before a specific recommendation can be made.



Project Summary

Police Department Space Needs

General Government

Future staffing may require additional space needs

Ida Lee Park Tennis Court – Seasonal Air Structure

Parks & Recreation

Seasonal air structure with storage building and entrance structures over an existing three court pod, including beam for anchoring the air structure around the court perimeter, new exterior lighting and fencing.

Lawson Road Bicycle/ Pedestrian Crossing of Tuscarora Creek

Parks & Recreation

Design and construction of a new stream crossing to provide bicycle and pedestrian access to the W&OD Trail from residential communities.

Olde Izaak Walton Pond

Parks & Recreation

Improve the condition of the pond at the park. Pending further council discussion of long-term disposition of the property.

Tuscarora Creek Trail Phase I (was South King Street Trail Extension)

Parks & Recreation

Trail from W&OD Trail at Douglass Community Center via the Tuscarora Creek stream valley to Brandon Park at Harrison Street. This 1,500 foot trail will provide access to the Crescent District, Catoctin Skate Park, Douglass Community Center, and W&OD Trail.

Tuscarora Creek Trail Phase II

Parks & Recreation

Trail from Brandon Park at Harrison Street to Davis Avenue and Olde Izaak Walton Park via the Tuscarora Creek stream valley. This 2,500 linear foot trail provides access to Olde Izaak Walton Park, and includes a crossing of Tuscarora Creek.
Once completed, the project will provide access from Olde Izaak Walton Park near South King Street to the W&OD Trail at Douglass Community Center.

1st, 2nd & Wirt Street, SW

Streets, Building & Grounds

Design and construction of storm drainage improvements including concrete curb and gutter to alleviate flooding of yards and drainage problems along 1st Street west of South King Street, 2nd Street and Wirt Street, SW. Project improvements to be sensitive to existing neighborhood character.

Advanced Transportation Management System, Phase II

Streets, Building & Grounds

Electronic connection of existing traffic signals along Edwards Ferry and Fort Evans Road to allow monitoring of the system from a control center in Town Hall to improve congestion and air quality by enhancing traffic flow.

Battlefield Parkway Trail Access Bypass

Streets, Building & Grounds

Extension of trail along Battlefield Parkway tot he Bypass on both east and west approaches.

Davis Avenue Sidewalk

Streets, Building & Grounds

Install sidewalk on both sides of Davis Avenue from South King Street to the Valley View Drive intersection.

Dry Mill Road Sidewalk and Drainage Improvements (Catoctin to W&OD)

Streets, Building & Grounds

Sidewalk and drainage improvements from the W&OD trail to Catoctin Circle.

Edwards Ferry Road Sidewalk – North Side

Streets, Building & Grounds

Install sidewalk along the north side of Edwards Ferry Road from Shenandoah Building to Heritage Way.

North King Street at North Street Traffic Signal

Streets, Building & Grounds

Loudoun County has proffered a signal at that location. This signal will be needed when the courthouse expansion project is completed.

Plaza Street Sidewalk

Streets, Building & Grounds

This project includes construction of approximately 1,000 feet of sidewalk along the west side of Plaza Street between the Police Station and Edwards Ferry Road. This segment of sidewalk will complete a missing link and will improve pedestrian access and safety for residents of the Fields of Leesburg apartments and other residents in northeast Leesburg.

West Market Street/Morven Park Road/Loudoun Street Intersection Improvements

Streets, Building & Grounds

Design and construction of intersection improvements to improve vehicular and pedestrian safety and traffic congestion. Study completed in March 2009 on potential design options.

Royal Street Drainage Improvements (East of Harrison Street)

Storm Drainage

Storm drainage improvements to reduce overland flow of runoff flowing from Royal Street onto private properties.

South Street at South King Street

Storm Drainage

Storm drainage improvements to alleviate flooding of a single family home at the corner of South Street and South King Street. Project dependent upon future Waterford development.

Town Branch at Mosby Drive

Storm Drainage

Purpose of the project is to stabilize the eroding channel and reduce potential flooding.

Woodberry Road Drainage Phase II

Storm Drainage

Alleviate flooding of yards in the lower portion of the block bounded by Woodberry Drive, North Street, and Wildman Road. If approved in future, Town should consider constructing project as a maintenance effort by Department of Public Works.

Parcel Consolidation


Consolidate approximately 17 individual parcels. Project is supported by FAA and Town Master Plan. Significant funding to be provided by FAA and DOAV.

Runway 17 Extension


Extend the runway for approximately 500 feet to accommodate larger aircraft. Project is part of FAA and Town Master Plan for the airport. Significant funding to be provided by FAA and DOAV.

South Apron Expansion Phase II


This project is the final phase of the South Apron Development project. It is contiguous with the recently completed South Apron Expansion Phase I and the South Apron Hangar project. It includes incidental development of additional aircraft tie-downs, wash rack, and relocation of the existing fuel farm. In order to accommodate drainage from this project and future development of the south end of the airport, a comprehensive drainage analysis will be prepared. The project will be funded using 90% federal, 8% state, and 2% Town funding.

Utility Maintenance Storage Building


Construction of a 40’x80’ metal building for storage of equipment and materials currently stored at the public works facility, freeing up space needed by Public Works.