Feb 17

Loudoun Holds Second Public Comment Period on Scott Jenkins Memorial Park

Posted on February 17, 2022 at 2:58 PM by Heidi Kellum

Loudoun County is holding a second open comment period to gain input from the public regarding Phase III of construction for Scott Jenkins Memorial Park located in Hamilton, Va. Phase III will install lighting for five existing athletic fields. The comment period will open by February 18, and will be open through March 4, 2022, to allow members of the public to watch a presentation and provide input about the project. 

This second open comment period includes a pre-recorded presentation on the project page with revisions initiated in response to public feedback collected during the first public comment period. The revisions include information regarding Dark-Sky Standards and lighting impacts to poinsettia plants as they relate to the Scott Jenkins Memorial Park project. 

The public will have an additional opportunity to comment on this project during a future Board of Supervisors Public Hearing, to be scheduled by May 22. 

To watch a recorded presentation and submit a comment, visit the project page at loudoun.gov/scottjenkinsparkphase3.

Dec 13

Loudoun County Invites Public Comment on Scott Jenkins Memorial Park Project

Posted on December 13, 2021 at 3:37 PM by Heidi Kellum

Loudoun County is holding an open comment period to gain input from the public regarding Phase III of construction for Scott Jenkins Memorial Park in Hamilton. Phase III will install lighting for five existing athletic fields. The comment period is open through January 14, 2022, allowing members of the public the opportunity to view a presentation online and provide input about the project. 

Installation of the lighting is subject to approval of the Planning Commission and the project is scheduled to be on the agenda of the Planning Commission’s January 25, 2022, public hearing. Information on how to provide comment for the public hearing will be posted prior to the hearing at loudoun.gov/remoteparticipation.

For more information about the Scott Jenkins Memorial Park project, to watch the recorded presentation and submit a comment, visit the project page at loudoun.gov/scottjenkinsparkphase3.