Loudoun County

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Fast Facts:
  • Loudoun was home to 420,959 people and 137,442 households in 2020. Since 2010, the county has added an average of 3,300 households and 3,300 housing units per year.
  • Twenty-two percent of households were renters and 45 percent of renters had unaffordable housing costs.
  • Loudoun County has not adopted the 2030 COG housing targets nor established any local targets.
  • Loudoun County continues to meet the annual production target of 2,513 units, with 2,594 new units built in 2021. Cumulatively, Loudoun has produced more than 7,900 units since 2019.
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Policy Status

Solving the region's affordable housing crisis requires a portfolio of policies to preserve existing affordable housing, produce more housing, and protect people from discrimination and displacement.

Preserve

Right of First Refusal

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Preservation Inventory

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Rental Assistance Demonstration

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Produce

Inclusionary Housing

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Housing Trust Fund

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Tax or Fee Exemptions

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Public Land

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Affordable Housing in TOD Priority

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Protect

Affordable Housing Priority

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Prevention of Displacement Priority

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Homebuyer Assistance

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Emergency Rental Assistance

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Housing First

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Local Tenant Vouchers

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Affordable Housing in All Neighborhoods

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Housing Outcomes

Local jurisdictions submitted data to enable the region to track housing production, preservation, and rental affordability.

Structural Racism

Discriminatory actions and racist public policies have produced inequitable outcomes for Black, Indigenous, and people of color in the Washington region, including lower incomes and wealth, lower homeownership rates, and higher rates of housing cost burden.

Housing Context

Understanding how household incomes relate to the supply of affordable rental and homeownership units will inform jurisdictions' efforts to meet the current and future housing needs of residents.

Elected Officials

  1. Phyllis J. Randall

    Chair At-Large

  2. Koran T. Saines

    Vice Chairman - Sterling District

  3. Juli E. Briskman

    Supervisor - Algonkian District

  4. Tony R. Buffington

    Supervisor - Blue Ridge District

  5. Sylvia R. Glass

    Supervisor - Broad Run District

  6. Caleb A. Kershner

    Supervisor - Catoctin District

  7. Matthew F. Letourneau

    Supervisor - Dulles District

  8. Michael R. Turner

    Supervisor - Ashburn District

  9. Kristen C. Umstattd

    Supervisor - Leesburg District

Equity Officer

  1. Carl A. Rush

    Chief Equity Officer

Housing Official

  1. Sarah Coyle Etro

    Housing Coordinator, Office of Housing