An informational video on Loudoun County’s Dulles Community Outreach Project is now online atwww.loudoun.gov/dullescommunityoutreach . The video introduces, explains the purpose of, and describes the methods for the outreach effort, which will run through the spring of 2015.
In the video, Loudoun County elected officials and staff, as well as community advocates and residents, explain the importance of community engagement in shaping neighborhoods for the 21st century. The approximately 10-minute video also includes historical and demographic information that helps explain the context for development in the Dulles community.
In addition to the video, Loudoun County’s electronic outreach includes social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. The county has also established a Mind Mixer Online Forum in which stakeholders can engage in a conversation about the future of their community. Also, visitors to the county’s ArcGIS Online mapping site can indicate areas of strength and need in the community through crowdsourced mapping at http://loudoun.gov/dullesmap.
Stay connected to the project by sending a message to firstname.lastname@example.org with a request to be added to the Dulles Network email list. Questions and comments are always welcome and should be directed to Joe Griffiths, Project Manager, Loudoun County Department of Planning and Zoning, at 703-777-0424.