Holidays in Round Hill
The Round Hill community rings in the holidays with an array of activities on Saturday, Dec. 7. The Round Hill Arts Center starts the day with a family ornament workshop from 1-3 p.m. Refreshments and materials for four different ornaments are included in the $25 registration fee. Call 540-338-5022 or visit www.roundhillartscenter.org for more information.
From 4:00-5:30 p.m., the community is invited to gather for the annual tree lighting in the Round Hill Town Park. The event includes hot chocolate from Savoir Fare, baked goods and crafts, carols from the Woodgrove High School Chorus, and a special guest who will arrive at dusk by fire truck to help magically light the town Christmas tree.
Across the street from the Town Park, members of the Round Hill Volunteer Fire Department will be serving up hamburgers and hot dogs from 5:30-7:00 p.m. All proceeds from free-will donations go toward the RHVFD. Donations for Toys for Tots and non-perishable food items will be accepted at both the tree lighting and RHVFD dinner.
RHVFD TO ESCORT SANTA
The Round Hill Volunteer Fire Department (Loudoun County, VA) will escort Santa around the Round Hill area on Saturday, December 14th and Sunday December 15th. Santa will visit Stoneleigh, Fallswood and then Lakepoint areas beginning around 10 am on Saturday. On Sunday, beginning around 10 am, Santa will visit the Villages and finish in the Town of Round Hill. During his visits, the Round Hill VFD will be collecting food for the local food banks and new, unwrapped toys for the Toys For Tots drive. Come see Santa!
IN TOWN TRASH HOLIDAY
Christmas Day & New Year's Day falls on Wednesay this year
Pickup days for these two days will be December 28th & January 4th.
Christmas Tree Collection
Christmas Trees will collected on your regular Wednesday trash pickup after the holiday.
Please remove all tinsel and decorations from your trees. Please do not place trees in plastic bags.
*******On make-up days, crews come through neighorhoods earlier than normal, please place items out the night before*******
If you live out of town limits please check with your HOA for your pickup scedules.
DECEMBER 3, 2013
TOWN OFFICE HOURS
8:30 A.M. TO 5:00 P.M.
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ROUND HILL NEWS
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ROUND HILL COMPREHENSIVE PLAN UPDATE
The Round Hill Planning Commission is in the process of updating the Comprehensive Plan which serves as a guide for decisions about land uses, natural resources and community facilities in the Town and its service area. The Round Hill Planning Commission invites comments and suggestions from citizens regarding how future development should take place. A copy of the draft update is available for review at the Town office or by clicking on the links below. . .
Comp Plan 1; Comp Plan 2; Comp Plan 3; Comp Plan 4; Comp Plan 5; Comp Plan 6; Comp Plan 7; Comp Plan 8
THE TOWN OF ROUND HILL INVITES INTERESTED CITIZENS TO SUBMIT LETTERS OF INTEREST IN SERVING THE TOWN AS A MEMBER OF THE PLANNING COMMISSION:
PLANNING COMMISSION (1)
4 YEAR TERM:
JANUARY 1, 2011 - DECEMBER 31, 2015
VACANCY IS SUBJECT TO APPOINTMENT BY THE TOWN COUNCIL. PLEASE DIRECT LETTERS OF INTEREST TO THE TOWN OFFICE, 23 MAIN STREET, PO BOX 36, ROUND HILL, VA 20142, OR CONTACT THE TOWN OFFICE AT 540-338-7878 FOR MORE INFORMATION.
VOLUNTARY WATER CONSERVATION REMOVED
At its June 20, 2013 meeting, the Town Council of Round Hill removed restrictions on water use in the Town's water service area. Contact the Town Office at (540)338-7878 for further details.
The Town of Round Hill is very interested in the opinion of our customers about the quality of the water the Town provides. If you have not yet done so; please fill out a survey and mail or drop off to the Town Office. [Water Quality Survey]
ROUND HILL JUNIOR WOMEN's GROUP
Would you like to get more involved in the Round Hill community but don't know where to start? The Round Hill Junior Women's Group works to support residents of the greater Round Hill area through difficult times and to foster community spirit through family-friendly events. To learn more, visit www.rhjwg.org or look for us on Facebook.