Welcome to Lovettsville
The Town of Lovettsville is located in northern Loudoun County, just two miles south of the Potomac River. Lovettsville has been a thriving small community since it was originally settled by German immigrants in the 1730s. Today, Lovettsville is known for its small town character, as it blends centuries of history with an exciting future.
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Light Up Lovettsville Winners Announced!
Congratulations to the winners of the 2014 Light Up Lovettsville Holiday Light Contest! Judging took place on December 13 and the winners were announced at the Town Council meeting on December 18. The winners are:
1st Place - Bradley Family, 8 Daniel Keys Lane
2nd Place - Krogh Family, 39 Stocks Street
3rd Place – Golden Family, 41 Stocks Street
1st Place – Cahill Family, 30 Tritapoe Street
2nd Place – Sanbower Family, 6 S. Loudoun Street
3rd Place – Brown Family, 14 S. Loudoun Street
1st Place – Cloutier Family, 25 Kimberly Kristen Way
2nd Place – Fontaine Family, 101 Eisentown Drive
3rd Place – Dockum Family, 9 S. Loudoun Street
Best in Show!
Bradley Family, 8 Daniel Keys Lane
Business with the Most Holiday Spirit
This event is sponsored by the "We're In!" Business and Tourism Committee. Certificates, prizes, and trophies were presented to the winners at a special reception at Town Hall on December 18. The Town would like to thank the following local businesses for donating prizes: Hoopla Girls Bakery, Daily Bread of Love, It Works Body Wraps and Style Boutique & GK’s BBQ, Cowgirlsmiles, Sophie’s Salon and Spa, Lovettsville Pizza and Subs, and West End Motors.
Town Seeking Bids for Road Way Improvements
Broad Way Streetscape Improvements Bid Package Available as of December 1, 2014
Lovettsville is seeking Bids for the construction of the East Broad Way Streetscape Improvements.
Information is available Here
Lovettsville Town Center Documents
Below are links to documents associated with the Lovettsville Square/Town Center Proffer and Concept Plan Amendment Application (Case No. LVRZ 2014-0001). For more information, contact Josh Bateman, Planner/Zoning Administrator for the Town of Lovettsville, at (540) 822-5788.
Many Thanks To All Who Attended the Veterans Ceremony!!!!
We estimate that more than 300 folks came out to honor our Veterans in Lovettsville and help dedicate the 27 new pavers. We apologize that we ran out of programs. A copy of the program may be found HERE.
|New Recycling Carts Available!|
The Town of Lovettsville, in conjunction with American Disposal Services, will provide a 65 gallon wheeled recycling cart with lid to any household within the Town limits that requests one. All recyclables can be deposited into the recycling container together without separating.
To request a recycling cart, call American Disposal Services via their toll-free number, 866-884-8700, weekdays between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. and speak with Customer Service. Recycling cart deliveries will begin in June.
Please recycle your old American Disposal recycling bin by putting it out for pickup on the day your new recycling cart is scheduled for delivery.
|2013 Town of Lovettsville Annual Report now Available|
The Town's 2013 Annual Report is complete. This document explains all of the many activities and projects the Town has been involved with over the past year.
National Flood Insurance
On October 22, 2013 the Town of Lovettsville became a member of the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). Any resident of the Town of Lovettsville may now apply for flood insurance.
You do NOT need to live in a flood zone to apply for flood insurance. Floods are caused by storms, melting snow, water backup due to poor drainage systems, as well as broken water mains. Remember - your current homeowner policy may not cover flood damage. For more information CLICK HERE or visit Flood Smart.gov
Subscribe to the "We're In" Monthly E-mail Newsletter
Are you interested in starting or expanding a business in Lovettsville? Are you interested in promoting Lovettsville as a great place to work, shop and raise a family? Subscribe to the "We're In" newsletter to stay up to date on Town business and tourism activities as well as special business support programs provided by Loudoun County and other organizations. The newsletter will also feature articles on local Lovettsville businesses. To subscribe click HERE or Read past issues by clicking HERE
Small Business Spotlight
We want to give our local business owners the opportunity to “introduce” themselves to our local community. While we can’t take you “door-to-door” to meet everyone, we can give you the spotlight in our local business newsletter. Here’s your chance to tell everyone a little about you and your business in your own words! It’s your moment to be in the spotlight, so put your best foot forward and SHINE! For more info, click HERE
DMV 2 GO in Lovettsville - 2014 Schedule
DMV's mobile customer service center will be coming to the Lovettsville Community Center on June 27, September 19, and December 5. Hours are 9:00AM to 4:00PM. DMV 2 Go is a handicapped accessible, full-service office that provides all DMV transactions. For more information, click here.
You can now sign up for Lovettsville updates and alerts from Alert Loudoun. If you are already an Alert Loudoun subscriber you can log in and add Lovettsville, under the Town section, as a new alert category. The Town will use this service to share information about traffic issues, water and sewer emergencies, and other Town services or urgent information. To log into Alert Loudoun click here.
Town Hall Collection Point for Lovettsville Food Bank
The Lovettsville Food Bank reports an urgent need for foodstuffs and toiletries for local citizens. In cooperation with the Lovettsville Lions Club, a collection box has been set up at Town Hall (6 East Pennsylvania Avenue). Contributions can be dropped off during normal business hours or immediately prior to evening meetings open to the public. While all nonperishable items will be put to good use, the Food Bank would particularly appreciate canned meats (tuna, chicken, beef, etc.), canned fruits, chunky soups, stews, chili, tomatoes, tomato sauce, pork 'n' beans, and jarred fruits, jams and jellies as well as toiletries such as toothpaste and toilet paper.
Future Schools in the Lovettsville area
For many years the Lovettsville Mayor and Town Council have been supportive of schools locating in the greater Lovettsville community. Please click here to download the most recent Town Council resolution of support for County Schools.
Lovettsville Miniature Replicas are on Sale
Click here to see the full collection of Town replicas. A new building is introduced each year at Oktoberfest.
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