Town of Middleburg, VA

Because of the town’s small size, Middleburg residents do not qualify for home mail delivery, unless they live more than one-quarter of a mile from the Middleburg Post Office (113 West Washington Street). Most residents have a mailbox at the Post Office and share in the meeting and greeting which comes with daily trips to collect the mail. For information on acquiring a mailbox, and/or questions about your eligibility for home mail delivery, contact the Middleburg Post Office at (540) 687-6598.

Middleburg prides itself on the historic, rural village atmosphere of the town, and its citizens are determined to preserve that ambiance. The quality of life of Middleburg residents, as well as the visual aspect of the town, is dependent upon careful planning and zoning regulations, as well as on the determination of everyone to be a good neighbor.

  • If you plan to improve your property in any way (adding a fence or a shed, for example), you will need a zoning permit. Similarly, if you decide (as many have) that working at home is a great idea, please be aware that you will need a zoning permit for a home occupation.

  • Middleburg residents love their own pets, but they may not love yours. The Town Code requires that all dogs be on leashes in public. Dogs running loose are reported to the Middleburg Police Department.
  • Contact the Zoning Administrator if you are planning to remove any trees on your property.

If you have any questions about rules or regulations that may be applicable to your plans, please contact the Town Office at (540) 687-5152.  

The Loudoun County Department of Fire/Rescue Services provides fire suppression and emergency medical services in the Town of Middleburg and the surrounding area. The phone number for the Middleburg Station (Company 3) is 687-3001. However, if you have an emergency, dial 911. For more information about volunteer fire/rescue services in Middleburg and Loudoun County, call the Loudoun County Department of Fire/Rescue Services at 777-0333.

For those residents who have installed fire alarm systems in their houses, please contact the Loudoun County Department of Fire/Rescue Services at 777-0333 to provide contact information in the event fire/rescue personnel are called to your residence for an alarm sounding.

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Law Enforcement/Fire Services, Post Office

The Middleburg Police Department provides law enforcement services within the corporate limits of the town.  For more information, visit their website...

If you have an emergency, call 911. An officer will be dispatched to your location. If you have non-emergency business with the Middleburg Police Department, call 687-6633. From 4:30 p.m. to 8:30 a.m., this line is answered by a Loudoun County Sheriff's Dispatcher, who will contact the appropriate officer by radio.

For those residents who have installed security alarm systems in their houses, you must complete a form for the Loudoun County Sheriff's Department which gives contact information in the event that the police are called to your residence for an alarm sounding. Please be advised that repeated false alarms, even if due to system malfunction, may lead to the imposition of fines by the Town.

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Boards, committees and commissions are an integral part of Town government as they offer advice and guidance in the governance of the town. If you are interested in learning more about serving on a Town committee, ,..

Other Community and Civic Organizations

Middleburg Community Center: The Community Center is a non-profit agency, funded through private donations and grants. In conjunction with the Loudoun County Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Services, offers programs for all ages, including preschool, after school child care, children and adult programs, summer swim instruction, Parent’s Night Out and yoga, etc. For more information: (540) 687-6373.

Middleburg Business and Professional Association (MBPA): The MBPA is a subscription organization of the local business owners, offering joint marketing initiatives and professional advice.

Lion’s Club: The Lion’s Club raises money for a host of invaluable projects to aid those who are victims of disease, misfortune and disaster. Its members are also known for their involvement in outreach programs and their tireless support of the activities of many other charitable groups.