Job Opening - Business and Economic Development Director
The Town of Middleburg, a dynamic and historic small town in Loudoun County, Virginia, has an immediate opening for a full-time Business and Economic Development Director. This is a professional position responsible for implementing the Town’s business support, recruitment, marketing, and economic development programs. The Business and Economic Development Director will be responsible for generating business development goals and strategies and will be held accountable for meeting measurable objectives for recruiting and retaining businesses in the Town of Middleburg. The Director is the primary staff support to the Economic Development Advisory Committee and provides support to the Town Council and other Town committees as needed. Bachelor's degree in business, economic development, marketing, or a related field with 5-10 years of experience is required; Master’s Degree or relevant higher education certificate is a plus. Send letter of interest and resume with salary history and at least three references to: Martha Mason Semmes, Town Administrator, Town of Middleburg, P.O. Box 187, Middleburg, VA, 20118-0187, or Call 540-687-5152 for more information. Starting Salary $70,000-$80,000 DOQ and full benefits package. Position open until filled. EOE


Town Council

The Middleburg Town Council will hold a public hearing in the Council Chambers at 10 West Marshall Street, Middleburg, Virginia on March 9, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. for the purpose of receiving comments on a proposed budget amendment to the adopted Fiscal Year 2016/2017 Utility Fund Budget, in accordance with Sections 15.2-2506 and 15.2-2507 of the 1950 Code of Virginia, as amended. The following supplemental appropriation is proposed:



Utility Fund Reserves - $348,918


E. Washington Street Water Project - $348,918


Details of the proposed amendment may be reviewed at the Town Administrator's Office located at 10 West Marshall Street in Middleburg, Virginia Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., holidays excepted.



Town Council

The Middleburg Town Council will hold a public hearing on Thursday, March 23, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. in the Town Hall Council Chambers located at 10 West Marshall Street, to consider the following:

(1)  AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND TOWN CODE CHAPTER 89 PERTAINING TO STOPPING, STANDING & PARKING AND THE ADOPTION OF A REVISED SCHEDULE OF STOPPING, STANDING & PARKING PENALTIES.  If approved, the ordinance would establish fines for "repeat offenders", defined as an owner who receives three or more citations for the same offense within a one year period.  Once declared a repeat offender, the owner would continue to incur fines as a repeat offender unless a period of one year lapses since the time of the last violation.  In addition, some of the penalties for parking violations would increase (click here for ordinance and penalty schedule).

(2)  Special Use Permit 16-01:  A request of William Turnure, on behalf of the Middleburg Museum Foundation, for a special use permit for a museum use at 12 North Madison Street (PIN# 538-28-1231), zoned C-2 Town Commercial District.  The request entails the construction of a 1,215 square foot addition to the Pink Box Visitor's Center to house the proposed museum. 

A copy of the proposed ordinance/penalty schedule and the application for the special use permit are also available for public inspection in the Town Office, located at 10 West Marshall Street,  during normal hours, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, holidays excepted.  All interested citizens are invited to attend this public hearing to express their views.



Middleburg Planning Commission

The Middleburg Planning Commission will hold a public hearing beginning at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, March 27, 2017 in the Town Hall Council Chambers located at 10 West Marshall Street to consider a request of Salamander Development, LLC for approval of the preliminary and final subdivision plat for 3 lots at 500 North Pendleton Street (PIN#s 538-35-1294 and 538-25-7458) conditionally zoned A-C Agricultural Conservancy District, MUV Mixed Use Village District, and R-1 and R-3 Residential Districts.

The proposal is to consolidate the existing +/- 340 acre parent tract and one small adjoining lot and re-subdivide into three parcels such that: (1) the MUV-zoned portion of land is a separate parcel; (2) the majority of the combined R-1 and R-3 zoned land is a separate parcel; and (3) the residual +/- 272 acres consisting of the rural resort and conservation easement is a separate parcel.  This is a separate application from the ongoing subdivision application for the "Residences at Salamander" and does not propose any improvements or related development.

The file for thie application may be reviewed at the Middleburg Town Office, 10 W. Marshall Street, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Mondays through Fridays, holidays excepted.  Questions may be directed to the Town Planner at (540) 687-5152 or by email at

The Town strives to make its hearings accessible to all.  Please advise of accommodations the Town can make to help you participate in the hearing.




​The Town of Middleburg utilizes an automated phone alert system 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.



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

Middleburg 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.  This appointment is for a four-year 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.  The Planning Commission meets on the fourth Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m.; and, in work session on an as-needed basis. 
Go Green Committee.   The Go Green Committee 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 about environmental issues, such as the value of recycling, the importance of preserving water quality and the methods for 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.

Anyone interested in serving on any of these committees is asked to send a letter of interest, to include any relevant qualifications, to Mayor and Members of Town Council, Town of Middleburg, P. O. Box 187, 10 W. Marshall Street, Middleburg, Virginia 20118, Attn:  Committee Vacancies
Letters of interest may be included in a public agenda packet.  Applicants who do not wish for their contact information to be made public should indicate this in their letter of interest.



Town of Middleburg, VA