About the EDA
Loudoun County, Virginia is one of the top-ranked business communities in the United States.
The Loudoun County Economic Development Authority is one component of Loudoun County’s efforts to promote business growth in Loudoun. One of the EDA’s major activities is the issuance of tax-exempt revenue bonds. These bonds result in below-market rate financing of capital projects for those applicants who qualify. The EDA will also be the conduit for any business incentives granted by the county to attract businesses to relocate in Loudoun.
Assistance with prospective new and expanding businesses is managed by the Loudoun County Department of Economic Development. If your company needs guidance with site selection, starting a business, or the county’s commercial development process, please contact Rick Morris in the department.
The EDA usually meets on the fourth Thursday of every month, at 3 p.m. at the department’s headquarters. The meeting is open to the public. There will not be a meeting on August 24, 2017.
43777 Central Station Dr.
Ashburn, Va. 20147
(Note: This is a subsite of biz.loudoun.gov, so many of the links lead to that page).