Post Vision-Mission-Initiatives on the Website.
Vision-Mission-Initiatives posted on website. Current projects being updated quarterly.
Host Annual Reception for Council's Appointed Boards & Commissions.
2nd Annual Reception held October 30, 2018.
Implement Wayfinding Program.
Project on hold pending completion of branding project.
Craft/Adopt Economic Development Strategy for Middleburg.
Business & Economic Development Coordinator drafted a plan. Plan under review and will be provided to EDAC for additional input and endorsement.
Create a Land Use Partnership with Loudoun County.
Planning staff & Planning Commissions have already an established relationship. Council, Planning Commission & Staff are working to identify shared issues associated with Town & County Comprehensive Plan updates. Joint meeting between Town Council and some members of the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors held May 7th.
Perform a Downtown Parking Study.
Draft study received and presented to the Council during its April 2018 work session.
Conduct Town Staff Office Needs Assessment.
PMA Architecture completed the space needs assessment. Total Ownership Costs developed for parcels identified for analysis - under Council review.
Adopt an updated Capital Improvements Plan, with a capital maintenance component.
Adopted CIP is being updated for FY '20 budget discussions. Ongoing capital maintenance budget included in current and future fiscal years.
Develop a Middleburg "brand".
Contract with consultant to develop a Middleburg brand executed - work underway.
PLACE A MAYOR'S MESSAGE ON THE TOWN'S WEBSITE AND IN THE NEWSPAPERS QUARTERLY.
Mayor Littleton's first Mayor's Message was posted/distributed in October, 2018.
"Preserving our heritage through purposeful change"
It is the mission of the Middleburg Town Council to provide its citizens, businesses and visitors with superior public services in a fiscally prudent and socially responsible manner while sustaining Middleburg’s historic character, natural beauty and small town charm.
Middleburg, founded in 1787, remains the authentic, quaint, vibrant, living and working community located in the heart of Virginia’s pastoral piedmont countryside. Middleburg sustains its strong sense of place through stewardship that honors the town’s rich history while embracing purposeful change in order that Middleburg’s heritage and cultural traditions will be enjoyed by future generations.