Leesburg town limits expand to include 122 acres of Compass Creek area

LOUDOUN TIMES – Loudoun County Circuit Court on April 28 signed the final order to expand the Town of Leesburg corporate limits by approximately 122 acres in the Compass Creek area between Dulles Greenway and the Leesburg Executive Airport, according to town officials.

“The Town of Leesburg remains a very desirable business location,” Town of Leesburg Director of Economic Development Russell Seymour said in a prepared statement. “By expanding Leesburg’s corporate boundary line, this action will enable additional local employment opportunities and expand the local commercial tax base, resulting in a benefit for all Leesburg residents.”

Acreage owned by CC Skating and Peterson Companies are now within town limits, alongside 106 acres newly-owned by the town. Peterson Companies developed Compass Creek, while CC Skating owns the ION International Training Facility within the development.

The boundary line adjustment resulted from months-long negotiations between the Town of Leesburg, Loudoun County and the property owners. Before the final agreement was reached, the boundary line ran through the ION facility, which opened last June.


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