Town of Middleburg, VA


Welcome from Mayor Betsy Allen Davis:

The Town is offering FREE trolly rides throughout town to help relieve parking issues through the end of October - Enjoy the free trolley rides - see map of stops below.   CLICK HERE for a PDF version of the Trolley Stops. 

The Virginia Department of Transportation's Route 50 Streetscape Project in Middleburg is almost complete.  There are a few more light poles to be installed and a few punch list items. 

If  you need any information you can not find on this website,  please give us a call at 540-687-5152 or email .

The town has a weekly newsletter that can be sent to your email inbox -  You can add your name to the list to receive the weekly newsletter by email
Go the "Links" page to click on the current newsletter.
  The newsletter gives you information on events in and around Middleburg,  town announcements, etc.

Click on the sidebar - Event/Calendar to see a full list of events in and around Middleburg.

Our shops and boutiques have great merchandise for your shopping pleasure.  If you are spending a little time in our backyard, hopefully you will book a room at The Red Fox Inn and Tavern or Salamander Resort and Spa,  Both have very comfortable overnight options, The Resort has spa treatments and many activities and events open to the public:  check their website for details -

Water Flushing throughout town begins Monday, October 24th - October 27th.  CLICK HERE to read more about the water flushing purpose and schedule  


Washington Street Project Update:

Both lanes of traffic is open on Washington Street 
All side streets are open!

The project should be completed by October 25th, weather permitting.

Free Parking at*Liberty Street Parking Lot & Public Restrooms - South Liberty Street - 21 spaces
Free Parking at*South Pendleton/West Federal Street Parking Lot - 29 spaces
Free Parking *National Sporting Library & Museum - 102 The Plains Road (lot behind the Chronicle of the Horse but not in the 1st two rows) - NOTE:  These spaces are only for use by visitors/shoppers and patrons of the library & museum, not employees of Town businesses.  Special thanks to the Library & Museum for offering this option.  Enjoy FREE Trolley Rides, Fridays, Saturdays &Sundays, 11 am - 7 pm

The trolley will have additional stops during the Film Festival.  Check with the driver.
Reminder the trolley stops running at 7 pm.

Town residents & businesses: You will receive weekly updates here and in the
town newsletter. If there are midweek changes that we need to make
everyone aware of you will receive a separate email if you signed up to receive
them. To be added to that list of Washington Street Project updates, email
Cindy your email address with your name and physical address. Thank you


Loudoun County has partnered with the Northern Virginia Regional Commission and the Local Energy Alliance Program to promote the use of solar power in Loudoun County homes and businesses.  The Solarize NOVA Program launched in Loudoun County on October 1, 2016.

Solarize NOVA offers a one-stop-shop for community members to learn more about solar power options for their homes and businesses and to facilitate the installation and financing of their own project.  Through bulk purchasing and free solar site assessments, Solarize NOVA puts solar within reach.

Now through November 30th, Loudoun County (including Middleburg) residents can utilize Solarize NOVA to learn more about solar power options specific to their homes and businesses and to take advantage of a streamlined installation and financing process.  A complimentary home energy checkup is being offered as a part of this program.

Three Solarize NOVA workshops will be held for Loudoun County residents and business owners who are interested in learning more about their solar and reduced pricing options.  The workshops are free and open to the public.  They will be held as follows:

Tuesday, October 25 - 6:30 p.m.
Gum Spring Library
24600 Millstream Drive, Stone Ridge

Monday, November 7 - 6:30 p.m.
Cascades Library
21030 Whitfield Place, Potomac Falls

Tuesday, November 22 - 6:30 p.m.
Rust Library
380 Old Waterford Road, N.W., Leesburg

Reasons to solarize your home or commercial property:
-It's more affordable than ever - 30% tax credit through 2019
-Higher Home Values - Studies show an increase of 3-6%
-Rising Energy Costs - Solar customers see 8% return on investment
-Curiosity Never Hurts - Free solar site assessments to see if this is right for you

For more information, visit


Saturday, November 5th 
8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Leesburg Park & Ride - 19730 Sycolin Road

Limit of 15 items per vehicle

Items that can be recycled include:  televisions, computers, computer monitors, servers, laptops, printers, copiers, stereos, DVD players, DVRs/cable television receivers, cell phones, i-phones, power cords, cables, Christmas lights and many other electronic devices.  There is a fee for the disposal of televisions and computer monitors - cash and local check (made payable to C2 Management) only.  All other items will be accepted free of charge.    

Items that will not be accepted include:  printer cartridges, household batteries, hazardous waste, light bulbs (including CFLs), thermostats, fire alarms, gas powered equipment, and household appliances such as refrigerators, stoves, freezers, dehumidifiers, air conditioners washers and dryers. 

Businesses with larger quantities of electronics may contact C2 Management at (540) 955-5740 or for more information on disposal. 

Request for Proposals
Professional Planning Services for Comprehensive Plan Update

The Town of Middleburg is accepting proposals for professional planning services to assist the Middleburg Planning Commission and Town staff in the development of a substantial update to the Town's Comprehensive Plan.  Click here for the RFP.  Proposals are to be received by the Town no later than 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, November 10, 2016 as identified in the attached RFP.


The Middleburg Town Council is accepting letters of interest from individuals who wish to be considered for service on any of the following committees:

Go Green Committee.  Go Green is responsible for advising the Town Council on environmental issues.  They are responsible for developing recommendations for environmental action plans and for the implementation of the recommendations contained in the Healthy Eating, Active Living (HEAL) resolution.  Their goal is to increase community awareness of environmental issues, such as the value of recycling, the importance of preserving water quality and the methods of conserving energy.  The Committee meets on the first Wednesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. and in work session on an as-needed basis.  Terms are for a two-year period. (Need not be a Town resident)

PLANNING COMMISSION.  The Planning Commission prepares and recommends to the Town Council a comprehensive plan for the growth, development and redevelopment of the Town; amendments to the zoning and subdivision regulations; and policies, ordinances and administrative procedures for achieving plans in a coordinated and efficient manner.  The Planning Commission also makes recommendations concerning proposed special use permit, zoning map and text amendment applications.  Members must be residents of the Town of Middleburg and should be qualified by knowledge and experience to make decisions on questions of community growth and development.  One appointment is for an unexpired term, one is for a full-term.  Training is available for members of the Planning Commission through the Virginia Certified Planning Commissioners Program at no cost to the members.  The Town Council encourages new members to take advantage of this training opportunity.  

Anyone interested in serving on any of these committees is asked to send a letter of interest, including an explanation of your interest in serving on the committee, with a resume no later than November 16, 2016 to:

Mayor and Members of Town Council
Town of Middleburg
P. O. Box 187
10 W. Marshall Street
Middleburg, Virginia 20118
Attn:  Committee Vacancies


Inboden Environmental Services is responsible for the operation of the Town's water/waste water systems.  Should you experience problems after-hours please call their after hours number:

Continue to call the town office for billing questions, new service, problems with water/waste water systems during regular business hours 8:30-4:30 Monday - Friday.




To request records from the Town of Middleburg, you may direct your requests to Rhonda S. North, MMC, Town Clerk.  She can be reached by phone at (540) 687-5152; via email at; in person at 10 West Marshall Street; in writing at P. O. Box 187, Middlburg, Virginia 20118; or via fax at (540) 687-3804.  You may also contact her with questions you have concerning requesting records from the Town.  In addition, the Virginia Freedom of Information Advisory Council is available to answer any questions you may have about FOIA.  The FOIA Council may be contacted by email at or by phone at (804) 225-3056 or 1-866-448-4100 (toll free).

Click here for a copy of Middleburg's Rights & Responsibilities:  The Rights of Requesters and the Responsibilities of the Town of Middleburg Under the Virginia Freedom of Information Act. 

Click here for a copy of the Town's FOIA Application Form to assist you in making a request should you wish to use a form.


2015 Annual Consumer Confidence Report 
(Annual Water Report)

The Town of Middleburg has issued its Annual Drinking Water Report, also known as the Consumer Confidence Report for 2015.  This report is designed to inform you about your drinking water.  Copies of the report were mailed to each water customer in their utility bill on May 9, 2016.  Copies of the report are also available in the Town Office, located at 10 West Marshall Street. 



The Town of Middleburg has developed an Automated Phone Alert System that will be used to send businesses and residents public safety, emergency and weather-related messages.  If you are a resident of the Town or a merchant in the Town and would like to receive the Town's automated phone alert messages, please contact the Town Clerk at to get your name on the list.  You will need to provide your name and a telephone number for the contact.  Messages will only be sent to one telephone number per resident/merchant.  For more information, please contact Rhonda North, Town Clerk, at (540) 687-5152.


Town Code Chapter 97, Article I, pertaining to Business License Taxes requires every business and
profession engaging in business within the Town limits to obtain an annual business license.  If you feel your business license fee has been incorrectly assessed or that your business has been placed in the wrong business license category, you have the right to file an appeal with the Town Treasurer, at 10 W. Marshall Street, P. O. Box 187, Middleburg, Virginia 20118 or  The procedures for filing an appeal may be found in Town Code Chapter 97. 


As required under Town Code Section 103, any person, firm, corporation or organization that stages, promotes or conducts a tour on public property, including public rights-of-way, in the Town of Middleburg is required to secure a tour permit from the Town Administrator.  Click here for a copy of Chapter 103 (Tours) for details.  For more information, contact the Town Administrator at (540) 687-5152 or via e-mail at


FY '15 Audit Report

Click on the picture of Barkley
to see a pdf document with very important tips on keeping your dog safe and healthy in Middleburg.