Snow Removal

snowFuog/Interbuild, Inc. is the snow removal contractor for the 2017-2018 season.

Homeowners and renters are responsible for clearing the sidewalks in front of their home.

Single Family Sections:

The roads in the single family sections are plowed and maintained by the Town of Leesburg. According to the Town of Leesburg’s website, their snow removal protocol is as follows: Primary roadways and thoroughfares are cleared first, followed by secondary streets and subdivision roads. Priority is given to main arteries to allow for traffic flow. Secondary streets will be cleared as soon as the main roadways are cleared. For additional information or questions regarding these services, please contact the Street Maintenance Division at 703-737-7073. You may send questions or concerns via e-mail to

Per Town Code Section 30-10.(a) – property owners or occupants are required to remove snow from public sidewalks adjoining their property within 24 hours of the end of a snowfall. If ice is present and cannot be removed, it should be covered with sand, kitty litter or similar substance that will allow pedestrians safe passage. Snow from sidewalks, driveways and parking areas must not be pushed info the street or other Town right-of-way.

To assist crews, please be sure to move trash cans, vehicles, and other objects from the public right-of-way to allow plows to pass as closely to the curb as possible.

Townhome Sections:

If you live in a townhome, the snow clearing is performed by the association’s contractor. If you have a question or think an area was left out – call PMP to report it at (703) 771 – 9355. Remember, if the Town of Leesburg streets feeding the townhome areas are not clear, our contractor may not be able to access the community or access may be delayed.

Please remember that each homeowner and renter is responsible for clearing the sidewalks in front of their home.
For State maintained roads (i.e., the Bypass, Rt 7 east of town, etc.) please contact the Virginia Department of Transportation – information is posted on their website.

Additional recommendations:

  • Move your vehicles from the curb to garages and driveways when possible, so snow plows can clear the roads more effectively.
  • Don’t move snow from your property into the roads.
  • Clear sidewalks adjacent or near your home.
  • Clear snow away from mailboxes so the mail trucks can deliver mail.

Helpful Reminders from the County:

When winter weather is in the forecast, here is some information and contact numbers you may need to know:

  • 2-1-1 Virginia provides residents information on available community services in Loudoun and statewide.
  • 5-1-1 is to be used for the latest in road conditions.
  • Call #77 on a cell phone to report a traffic crash or traffic emergency.
  • Only call 9-1-1 in a true emergency. For non-emergency situations in Loudoun County, call 703-777-1021. For non-emergency within the town of Leesburg 703-771-4500.

Also, make sure to report power outages.

For Dominion Virginia Power, call 1-866-366-4357. Dominion also provides updates through Facebook and Twitter.

To report NOVEC power outages, call 1-888-335-0500. Make sure NOVEC has your current phone number. The correct number will expedite outage reporting and power restoration. If you use a cell phone, call 703-335-0500 or 1-888-335-0500 to associate your number with your account.

For Washington Gas, call 703-750-1000.

For Columbia Gas, call 1-800-543-8911.

Stay tuned to local TV and radio stations for information.