Loudoun Is Ready

Take the “Loudoun Is Ready” pledge today and commit to the best health and safety practices for your customers as we enter COVID-19 recovery. Businesses that take the pledge will gain no-cost marketing exposure and business resources from Loudoun Economic Development, Visit Loudoun and the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce, including:

  • ‘Loudoun Is Ready’ window stickers, campaign buttons and social distancing floor markers;
  • Update emails on the latest in health and safety standards;
  • Marketing features in the Take Loudoun Home campaign.

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“My business pledges to follow the latest safety guidelines and best practices, as issued by the CDC and Virginia Department of Health, to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Throughout this crisis and beyond, customers, employees and guests can be confident that this business is committed to their health and well-being.”

 

Please fill out this form below to acknowledge your “signature” on the Loudoun Is Ready pledge. Each business day, we will update the list of pledged businesses below.

As part of the form, you will also be invited to join the Take Loudoun Home marketing campaign, a no-cost initiative by Loudoun Economic Development, Visit Loudoun and the Loudoun Chamber of Commerce to promote business affected by COVID-19. You can learn more about the campaign here.

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Industry-Specific Guidelines

Please note: Current guidelines are specific to Phase Three of reopening and include the additional mitigation measures in effect on Monday, December 14. Guidelines will be updated when new information becomes available.

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General Guidelines

All Public and Private In-Person Gatherings:

All public and private in-person gatherings of more than 10 individuals who do not live in the same residence are prohibited. A “gathering” includes, but is not limited to, parties, celebrations, or other social events, whether they occur indoors or outdoors. The presence of more than 10 individuals performing functions of their employment or assembled in an educational instructional setting is not a “gathering.” The presence of more than 10 individuals in a particular location, such as a park, or retail business is not a “gathering” as long as individuals do not congregate. This restriction does not apply to the gathering of Family members, as defined in section II, subsection D, paragraph 2 living in the same residence.

Additional details can be found here:

Executive Order 72 and Order of Public Health Emergency 9

Physical Distancing Best Practices:

  • Establish policies and practices for maintaining appropriate physical distance between persons not living in the same household. Maintain at least ten feet of distance for establishments where exercise activities, singing, or cheering is performed, and at least six feet of distance for all other settings. (See sector-specific guidelines below for more detailed information on public engagement.)
  • Provide clear communication and signage for physical distancing in areas where individuals may congregate, especially at entrances, in seating areas, and in check-out lines.
  • Limit the occupancy of physical spaces to ensure that adequate physical distancing may be maintained. (See sector-specific guidelines for more detailed information.)
  • Encourage telework whenever possible.
  • For those businesses where telework is not feasible, temporarily move or stagger workstations to ensure six feet of separation between co-workers and between members of the public.
  • Limit in-person work-related gatherings, including conferences, trade shows, and trainings.
  • When in-person meetings need to occur, keep meetings as short as possible, limit the number of employees in attendance, and use physical distancing practices.

Enhanced Cleaning and Disinfection Best Practices:

  • Practice routine cleaning and disinfection of high contact areas and hard surfaces, including check out stations and payment pads, store entrance push/pull pads, door knobs/handles, dining tables/chairs, light switches, handrails, restrooms, floors, and equipment. Follow CDC Reopening Guidance for Cleaning and Disinfection and use an EPA-approved disinfectant to clean. For high contact areas, routinely disinfect surfaces at least every 2 hours. Certain surfaces and objects in public spaces, such as shopping carts and point of sale keypads, should be cleaned and disinfected before each use.
  • To the extent tools or equipment must be shared, provide access to and instruct workers to use an EPA-approved disinfectant to clean items before and after use.
  • Promote frequent and thorough hand washing, including by providing employees,
    customers, visitors, the general public, and other persons entering into the place of
    employment with a place to wash their hands. If soap and running water are not
    immediately available, provide hand sanitizers. Additional hand hygiene requirements
    for Virginia employees and employers can be found in the Department of Labor and
    Industry’s Emergency Temporary Standard. Further hand hygiene guidance can be
    found on the CDC website. A CDC training video is available here:
    https://www.cdc.gov/handwashing/videos.html.
  • Provide best hygiene practices to employees on a regular basis, including practicing
    respiratory etiquette protocols.

Enhanced Workplace Safety Best Practices:

  • Prior to a shift and on days employees are scheduled to work, employers should screen employees prior to starting work. Employees should also self-monitor their symptoms by self-taking of temperature to check for fever and utilizing the questions provided in the VDH Interim Guidance for COVID -19 Daily Screening of Employees before reporting to work. For employers with established occupational health programs, employers can consider measuring temperature and assessing symptoms of employees prior to starting work/before each shift. CDC considers a person to have a fever when he or she has a measured temperature of 100.4° F (38° C) or greater, feels warm to the touch, or gives a history of feeling feverish.
  • Implement practices such as those described in VDH Interim Guidance for COVID -19 Daily Screening of Employees for examples of a screening questionnaire. A sample symptom monitoring log is available in this Interim Guidance.
  • Instruct employees who are sick to stay at home and not report to work. If an employee becomes ill or presents signs of illness, follow CDC What to Do if You Are Sick Employers should post signage in the common languages of the employees telling employees not to come to work when sick.
  • Individuals must wear face coverings over their nose and mouth in accordance with Section III of Executive Order 72.
  • Develop or adopt flexible sick leave policies to ensure that sick employees do not report to work. Policies should allow employees to stay home if they are sick with COVID-19, if they need to self-quarantine due to exposure, and if they need to care for a sick family member. Employers should recommend that employees follow CDC guidance on If You Are Sick or Caring For Someone.
  • Some employees are at higher risk for severe illness from COVID-19. These vulnerable employees include individuals over age 65 and those with underlying medical conditions. Vulnerable employees should be encouraged to self-identify and employers should take particular care to reduce their risk of exposure, while making sure to be compliant with relevant Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) regulations.
    • Consider offering vulnerable employees duties that minimize their contact with customers and other employees (e.g., restocking shelves rather than working as a cashier), if agreed to by the employee.
    • Protect employees at higher risk for severe illness by supporting and encouraging options to telework.
    • If implementing health checks, conduct them safely and respectfully, and in accordance with any applicable privacy laws and regulations. Confidentiality should be respected.
    • Other information on civil rights protections for workers related to COVID-19 is available in the PDF linked to below.
  • Designate a staff person to be responsible for responding to COVID-19 concerns. Employees should know who this person is and how to contact them.
  • Implement staggered shifts for both work periods and break periods. Consider cohort scheduling where groups of employees only work with employees in their group.
  • Limit the number of employees in break rooms and stagger breaks to discourage
    gatherings.
  • Use messaging boards or digital messaging for pre-shift meeting information.
  • If the building has not been occupied for the last seven days, there are additional public health considerations that should be considered, such as taking measures to ensure the safety of your building water system. However, it is not necessary to clean ventilation systems other than routine maintenance as part of reducing the risk of coronavirus transmission.
  • Establish a relationship with your local health department and know who to contact for questions.
  • For healthcare facilities, additional guidance is provided on CDC’s Guidelines for Environmental Infection Control in Health-Care Facilities.

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Brick and Mortar Retail Businesses

Mandatory Requirements:

  • Post signage at the entrance that states that no one with a fever or symptoms of COVID-19, or known exposure to a COVID-19 case in the prior 14 days, is permitted in the establishment.
  • Post signage to provide public health reminders regarding physical distancing, gatherings, options for high risk individuals, and staying home if sick (samples at bottom of this document).
  • Employees and patrons must maintain at least six feet of physical distancing between individuals who are not members of the same household at all times.
  • Retailers must assist customers in keeping at least six feet of space between individuals or households while shopping and waiting in line. Mark floors in six-foot increments in areas where customers will be congregating or standing in line such as cashier areas. If six feet of space cannot be maintained between checkout lines, only operate alternate checkout lines.
  • If seating is available, provide a minimum of six feet between tables; if tables are not movable, parties must be spaced at least six feet apart.
  • Employees working in customer-facing areas are required to wear face coverings over their nose and mouth, such as using CDC Use of Cloth Face Coverings guidance.
  • Perform a thorough cleaning and disinfection of frequently contacted surfaces including digital ordering devices, self-service areas, countertops, bathroom surfaces, cashier stations, belts, shelves, cash machine pads, keyboards, order separation bars, and other high touch surfaces, at a minimum, every 2 hours.
  • Ensure there is a way to sanitize shopping cart and basket handles: either make an EPA-approved disinfectant easily accessible to customers or have employees manage the process and sanitize between each customer use.

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Breweries

Mandatory Requirements:

  • No alcoholic beverage shall be sold, consumed, or possessed on premises after 10:00 p.m. in any restaurant, dining establishment, food court, brewery, microbrewery, distillery, winery, or tasting room. Alcoholic beverages may continue to be sold via delivery or take-out after 10 p.m., as permitted by existing regulations promulgated by the Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority.
  • Closure of all dining and congregation areas in restaurants, dining establishments, food courts, breweries, microbreweries, distilleries, wineries, and tasting rooms between the hours of 12:00 a.m. and 5 a.m. Restaurants, dining establishments, food courts, breweries, microbreweries, distilleries, wineries, and tasting rooms may continue to offer delivery and take-out services between the hours of 12:00 a.m. and 5 a.m.
  • All parties must be separated by at least six feet, including in the bar area. Tables at which dining parties are seated must be positioned six feet apart from other tables. If tables are not movable, parties must be seated at least six feet apart, including in the bar area.
  • Customers may be provided with self-service options. Facilities must provide hand sanitizer at food lines and require the use of barriers (e.g., gloves or deli paper) when employees or patrons touch common utensils. Food lines must be monitored by trained staff at all times of operation, and serving utensils must be changed hourly.
  • Employees working in customer-facing areas must wear face coverings over their nose and mouth at all times.
  • Routine cleaning and disinfection of frequently-contacted surfaces must be conducted every 60 minutes during operation. Tabletops must be cleaned in between patrons.
  • Bar seats and congregating areas of restaurants must be closed to patrons except for through-traffic. Non-bar seating in the bar area (i.e., tables or counter seats that do not line up to a bar or food service area) may be used for customer seating as long as a minimum of six feet is provided between parties at tables.
  • If any such business cannot adhere to these requirements, it must close.

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Entertainment and Public Amusement

Mandatory Requirements:

  • The total number of attendees (including both participants and spectators) cannot exceed the lesser of 30% of the lowest occupancy load on the certificate of occupancy, if applicable, or 250
  • All private bookings must comply with section B, paragraph 1.
  • Install visible markers for queue lines that separate people by six feet of physical distance.
  • Create a guest flow plan of modified queue lines into and within the facility. Determine areas likely to become bottlenecks or pinch points and adjust guest flow accordingly.
  • Ten feet of physical distancing is required between parties at all establishments with physical activity, singing, or cheering; six feet of physical distancing is required in other venues.
  • If interactive exhibits are in service, post signage to discourage congregating and encourage the use of hand sanitizer. Provide hand sanitizer stations around any interactive exhibits. Discontinue any interactive exhibits that pose a risk for children to place items in their mouths.
  • Practice routine cleaning and disinfection of high contact areas and hard surfaces, including check out stations and payment pads, store entrance push/pull pads, door knobs/handles, dining tables/chairs, light switches, handrails, restrooms, guest lockers, floors, and equipment.
  • Where possible, install plexiglass barriers in front of commonly used point-of-sale or guest service stations.
  • Employees working in customer-facing areas are required to wear face coverings over their nose and mouth at all times.
  • Businesses must promote frequent and thorough hand washing, including by providing employees, customers, visitors, the general public, and other persons to the entering into place of employment with a place to wash their hands. If soap and running water are not immediately available, provide hand sanitizers.

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Farmers Markets

Mandatory Requirements:

  • Farmers markets may continue to operate, provided such businesses comply with the Guidelines for All Business Sectors and the sector-specific guidelines for farmers’ markets incorporated by reference herein. Such guidance includes, but is not limited to, the following requirements:
  • Employees and patrons must maintain at least six feet of physical distancing between individuals who are not Family members, as defined below, at all times. Configure operations to avoid congestion or congregation points.
  • Employees and vendors in customer-facing indoor areas must wear face coverings over their nose and mouth at all times. If the market is outdoors and physical distancing can be maintained, then face coverings are not required.
  • Routine cleaning and disinfection of frequently-contacted surfaces must be conducted during operation.
  • Farmers markets must promote frequent and thorough hand washing, including by providing employees, customers, visitors, the general public, and other persons entering into the place of employment with a place to wash their hands. If soap and running water are not immediately available, provide hand sanitizers.
  • If any such business cannot adhere to these requirements, it must close.

Best Practices:

In addition to the requirements provided above, farmers markets are encouraged to utilize the following best practices to the extent they are feasible:

  • Promote no touch or low touch purchasing opportunities by pre-boxing or pre-bagging food items.
  • Update your website and social media with detailed instructions so patrons understand the expectations while at the market.
  • Discourage vendor sampling.
  • A mobile market could be used to reach communities with low food access but should comply with physical distancing guidelines for customers shopping and follow all recommended hygiene and sanitation protocols.
  • Encourage touchless payment systems.

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Fitness and Exercise Facilities

Mandatory Requirements:

  • Patrons, members, and guests who are not Family members must remain at least ten feet apart during all activities except where necessary for the physical safety of an individual.
  • Instructors and all participants of group exercise and fitness classes who are not Family members must maintain at least ten feet of physical distancing between each other at all times, with the exception of swimming lessons, where parents or guardians may support participant during class, and instructors may have contact with swimmers when necessary.
  • Occupancy must be limited to the lesser of 75% of the lowest occupancy load on the certificate of occupancy or 25 persons.
  • Hot tubs, spas, splash pads, spray pools, and interactive play features, except water slides, must be closed.
  • Outdoor and indoor swimming pools may be open, provided occupancy is limited to no more than 75% of the lowest occupancy load on the certificate of occupancy and all swimmers maintain at least ten feet of physical distance from others who are not Family members.
  • Employees working in customer-facing areas must wear face coverings over their nose and mouth at all times. Lifeguards responding to distressed swimmers are exempt from this requirement.
  • Employers must ensure cleaning and disinfection of shared exercise equipment after each use.
  • Businesses must promote frequent and thorough hand washing, including by providing employees, customers, visitors, the general public, and other persons entering into the place of employment with a place to wash their hands. If soap and running water are not immediately available, provide hand sanitizers.
  • If any such business cannot adhere to these requirements, it must close.

Best Practices:

In addition to the requirements provided above, establishments are encouraged to utilize the following best practices to the extent they are feasible:

  • When protective equipment such as face coverings are used, launder daily and wash hands after touching/adjusting face covering while working.
  • Use disposable towels and linens where possible. All reusable towels, linens and other porous fabric should be laundered after single use. Store towels and linens in a closed, covered container prior to use.

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Hotels and Meeting Facilities

Virginia’s Executive Orders do not include sector-specific guidelines for lodging, but enhanced industry standards make recommendations in these areas: employee and guest health; employee responsibilities; cleaning products and protocols; and physical distancing.

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Horse and Other Livestock Shows

Mandatory Requirements:

Participants and organizers of horse and other livestock shows must adhere to the following additional requirements for such activities:

  • Post signage at the entrance that states that no one with a fever or symptoms of COVID-19, or known exposure to a COVID-19 case in the prior 14 days, is permitted in the establishment.
  • Post signage to provide public health reminders regarding physical distancing, gatherings, options for high risk individuals, and staying home if sick (samples at bottom of this document).
  • Create a guest flow plan of modified queue lines to and within the facility. Determine areas likely to become bottlenecks or pinch points and adjust guest flow accordingly.
  • Install visible markers for queue lines that separate people by six feet of physical distance. Sample markers are available in the VDH Business Toolkit.
  • Create and display physical distancing communication tools, including static signs, kiosks, audio announcements, or video announcements. Signage should include the requirement to wear face coverings at all times and to maintain six feet of physical distance between people who do not reside in the same household. Sample signage is available in the VDH Business Toolkit.
  • Reconfigure seating areas to allow six feet of physical distance between individuals by eliminating and closing select tables or seating areas, or by spreading them out to allow for adequate spacing.
  • Ensure facility exits are configured to reduce the occurrence of bottlenecks and large gatherings. The total number of attendees (including both participants and spectators) of livestock and horse shows cannot exceed the lesser of 50% of the occupancy load of the venue, if applicable, or 250 persons. For shows held in a barn, stable, or ring, attendees are limited to 250 persons per structure or assigned area.
  • Ensure anyone who has symptoms of, has tested positive for, or has been exposed to COVID-19 follows appropriate guidelines for quarantine or isolation. Persons with symptoms should stay home until CDC criteria for ending isolation have been met. Persons with severe symptoms may need to be evaluated by a healthcare provider. Establish procedures for safely transporting anyone who is sick to their home or to a healthcare facility. If you are calling an ambulance or bringing someone to the hospital, try to call first to alert them that the person may have COVID-19.
  • Conduct daily screening of trainers, officials, staff, participants, and other attendees for COVID-19 symptoms prior to admission to the venue/facility. Children should be screened per the CDC guidance for screening children. Adults should be asked if they are currently experiencing fever (100.4°F or higher) or a sense of having a fever, a new cough that cannot be attributed to another health condition, new shortness of breath that cannot be attributed to another health condition, new chills that cannot be attributed to another health condition, a new sore throat that cannot be attributed to another health condition, or new muscle aches that cannot be attributed to another health condition or specific activity (such as physical exercise). Anyone experiencing symptoms should not be permitted on show grounds. Screenings should be conducted in accordance with applicable privacy and confidentiality laws and regulations.
  • All shared items must be disinfected between each use to the extent practicable.
  • Employees should wear face coverings in customer-facing areas that cover their nose and mouth using CDC Use of Cloth Face Coverings guidance.
  • Require all people inside the show grounds, unless mounted on a horse, to wear a face covering.
  • Provide hand washing or sanitizing stations at the reception area and throughout the entire facility for employee and attendee use.
  • Best Practices: In addition to the requirements provided above, management must utilize the following best practices to the extent they are feasible:
  • Utilize online entries and payment by credit card.
  • Designate one representative to handle the entire barn or stable’s interface with the show and event offices.
  • Adhere to physical distancing guidelines and utilize face coverings when in the show office.
  • Install sneeze guards in front of commonly used point-of-sale or guest service stations.
  • Clean and disinfect all tack, equipment, and surfaces that others may come in contact with or handle frequently. This includes golf carts, tack trunks, reins, halters, lead ropes, and other common show items.
  • Maintain at least six feet of physical distance in the show ring.
  • Limit those on the show grounds to competitors, trainers, riders, grooms, owners, competition staff, and parents or other adults attending as a minor’s guardian. No spectators, extended family, or friends should be allowed on competition grounds.
  • Include current COVID-19 guidelines in the show’s protocols and entry procedures.
  • Require attendees to keep dogs under control and confined or leashed at all times. Dogs can potentially come in contact with multiple people if loose on competition grounds. They must be confined and/or leashed.
  • Require all current entry agreements and addendums that cover COVID-19 to be signed and returned to the show office prior to competing.

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Mandatory Requirements:

Participants and organizers of horse and other livestock shows must adhere to the following additional requirements for such activities:

  • Post signage at the entrance that states that no one with a fever or symptoms of COVID-19, or known exposure to a COVID-19 case in the prior 14 days, is permitted in the establishment.
  • Post signage to provide public health reminders regarding physical distancing, gatherings, options for high risk individuals, and staying home if sick (samples at bottom of this document).
  • Create a guest flow plan of modified queue lines to and within the facility. Determine areas likely to become bottlenecks or pinch points and adjust guest flow accordingly.
  • Install visible markers for queue lines that separate people by six feet of physical distance. Sample markers are available in the VDH Business Toolkit.
  • Create and display physical distancing communication tools, including static signs, kiosks, audio announcements, or video announcements. Signage should include the requirement to wear face coverings at all times and to maintain six feet of physical distance between people who do not reside in the same household. Sample signage is available in the VDH Business Toolkit.
  • Reconfigure seating areas to allow six feet of physical distance between individuals by eliminating and closing select tables or seating areas, or by spreading them out to allow for adequate spacing.
  • Ensure facility exits are configured to reduce the occurrence of bottlenecks and large gatherings. The total number of attendees (including both participants and spectators) of livestock and horse shows cannot exceed the lesser of 50% of the occupancy load of the venue, if applicable, or 250 persons. For shows held in a barn, stable, or ring, attendees are limited to 250 persons per structure or assigned area.
  • Ensure anyone who has symptoms of, has tested positive for, or has been exposed to COVID-19 follows appropriate guidelines for quarantine or isolation. Persons with symptoms should stay home until CDC criteria for ending isolation have been met. Persons with severe symptoms may need to be evaluated by a healthcare provider. Establish procedures for safely transporting anyone who is sick to their home or to a healthcare facility. If you are calling an ambulance or bringing someone to the hospital, try to call first to alert them that the person may have COVID-19.
  • Conduct daily screening of trainers, officials, staff, participants, and other attendees for COVID-19 symptoms prior to admission to the venue/facility. Children should be screened per the CDC guidance for screening children. Adults should be asked if they are currently experiencing fever (100.4°F or higher) or a sense of having a fever, a new cough that cannot be attributed to another health condition, new shortness of breath that cannot be attributed to another health condition, new chills that cannot be attributed to another health condition, a new sore throat that cannot be attributed to another health condition, or new muscle aches that cannot be attributed to another health condition or specific activity (such as physical exercise). Anyone experiencing symptoms should not be permitted on show grounds. Screenings should be conducted in accordance with applicable privacy and confidentiality laws and regulations.
  • All shared items must be disinfected between each use to the extent practicable.
  • Employees should wear face coverings in customer-facing areas that cover their nose and mouth using CDC Use of Cloth Face Coverings guidance.
  • Require all people inside the show grounds, unless mounted on a horse, to wear a face covering.
  • Provide hand washing or sanitizing stations at the reception area and throughout the entire facility for employee and attendee use.
  • Best Practices: In addition to the requirements provided above, management must utilize the following best practices to the extent they are feasible:
  • Utilize online entries and payment by credit card.
  • Designate one representative to handle the entire barn or stable’s interface with the show and event offices.
  • Adhere to physical distancing guidelines and utilize face coverings when in the show office.
  • Install sneeze guards in front of commonly used point-of-sale or guest service stations.
  • Clean and disinfect all tack, equipment, and surfaces that others may come in contact with or handle frequently. This includes golf carts, tack trunks, reins, halters, lead ropes, and other common show items.
  • Maintain at least six feet of physical distance in the show ring.
  • Limit those on the show grounds to competitors, trainers, riders, grooms, owners, competition staff, and parents or other adults attending as a minor’s guardian. No spectators, extended family, or friends should be allowed on competition grounds.
  • Include current COVID-19 guidelines in the show’s protocols and entry procedures.
  • Require attendees to keep dogs under control and confined or leashed at all times. Dogs can potentially come in contact with multiple people if loose on competition grounds. They must be confined and/or leashed.
  • Require all current entry agreements and addendums that cover COVID-19 to be signed and returned to the show office prior to competing.

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Personal Care and Personal Grooming Services

Mandatory Requirements:

  • Service providers must maintain at least six feet of physical distancing between work stations.
  • Service providers and employees working in customer-facing areas must wear face coverings over their nose and mouth at all times.
  • Provide face coverings for clients or ask that clients bring a face covering with them, which they must wear during the service except when treating the areas of the nose and mouth.
  • Routine cleaning and disinfection of frequently-contacted surfaces must be conducted every 60 minutes of operation. All personal care and personal grooming tools should be cleaned and disinfected after each use. If that is not possible, such items must be discarded.
  • If any such business cannot adhere to these requirements, it must close.

Best Practices:

In addition to the requirements provided above, establishments are encouraged to utilize the following best practices to the extent they are feasible:

  • • Provide hand sanitizer at the reception area and all stations for employee and client use.
    • Remove commonly touched non-essential items such as magazines, self-serve coffee, and candy jars.
    • Where possible, use disposable towels, capes, and linens. All reusable towels, capes, linens and other porous fabric should be laundered after single use. Non-porous capes (e.g., plastic, vinyl) should be cleaned and disinfected after single use or discarded. Towels, capes, and linens should be stored in a closed, covered container prior to use.
    • When capes are used on clients, use a freshly laundered or disposable cape for each client.
    • Minimize to the greatest degree possible close, direct face-to-face contact with clients, such as allowing clients to be seated prior to approaching to perform a service.
    • When protective equipment such as face coverings are used, launder daily and wash hands after touching/adjusting face covering while working.
    • Use separate doors to enter and exit the establishment when possible.
    • Consider installing touchless door and sink systems or providing single-use barriers (e.g., deli tissues, paper towels) for use in touching door and sink handles.
    • Consider limiting the maximum time of services (e.g., no more than 1 hour).

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Recreational Sports

Mandatory Requirements:

  • The total number of spectators cannot exceed the lesser of 30% of the occupancy load of the certificate of occupancy for the venue, if applicable, or 25 spectators per field. Races or marathons may have up to 250 participants, provided staggered starts separate runners into groups of 25 or less.
  • Conduct screening of coaches, officials, staff, and players for COVID-19 symptoms prior to admission to the venue/facility.

For more information on how to reduce the risk of COVID-19 exposure and spread associated with indoor and outdoor recreational sports activities, consult the Virginia Department of Health’s “Considerations for Recreational Sports” webpage, which can be found here.

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Restaurants

Mandatory Guidelines:

  • No alcoholic beverage shall be sold, consumed, or possessed on premises after 10:00 p.m. in any restaurant, dining establishment, food court, brewery, microbrewery, distillery, winery, or tasting room. Alcoholic beverages may continue to be sold via delivery or take-out after 10 p.m., as permitted by existing regulations promulgated by the Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority.
  • Closure of all dining and congregation areas in restaurants, dining establishments, food courts, breweries, microbreweries, distilleries, wineries, and tasting rooms between the hours of 12:00 a.m. and 5 a.m. Restaurants, dining establishments, food courts, breweries, microbreweries, distilleries, wineries, and tasting rooms may continue to offer delivery and take-out services between the hours of 12:00 a.m. and 5 a.m.
  • All parties must be separated by at least six feet, including in the bar area. Tables at which dining parties are seated must be positioned six feet apart from other tables. If tables are not movable, parties must be seated at least six feet apart, including in the bar area.
  • Customers may be provided with self-service options. Facilities must provide hand sanitizer at food lines and require the use of barriers (e.g., gloves or deli paper) when employees or patrons touch common utensils. Food lines must be monitored by trained staff at all times of operation, and serving utensils must be changed hourly.
  • Employees working in customer-facing areas must wear face coverings over their nose and mouth at all times.
  • Routine cleaning and disinfection of frequently-contacted surfaces must be conducted every 60 minutes during operation. Tabletops must be cleaned in between patrons.
  • Bar seats and congregating areas of restaurants must be closed to patrons except for through-traffic. Non-bar seating in the bar area (i.e., tables or counter seats that do not line up to a bar or food service area) may be used for customer seating as long as a minimum of six feet is provided between parties at tables.
  • If any such business cannot adhere to these requirements, it must close.

Best Practices:

In addition to the requirements provided above, establishments are encouraged to utilize the following best practices to the extent they are feasible:

  • Utilize reservations for dining on the premises.
  • Use staff facilitated seating where appropriate. If seating is not staff facilitated and tables cannot be moved to meet the physical distancing requirements outlined above, tables that should not be used must be clearly marked that they are out of service.
  • Assign employee(s) to monitor and clean high touch areas while in operation.
  • Use technology solutions where possible to reduce person-to-person interaction, including mobile ordering and menu tablets, text on arrival for seating, and contactless payment options.
  • Consider methods to make point of sale terminals safer, including use of no contact applications, placement of a glass or clear plastic barrier between the employee and the customer, and providing a hand sanitizer station for customer and employee use after handling credit/debit cards, PIN terminals, or exchange of cash.
  • Servers should avoid touching items on tables while customers are seated. Dedicated staff should remove all items from the table when customer(s) leave.
  • Consider scheduled closure periods throughout the day to allow for cleaning and disinfecting, including bathrooms (i.e., after lunch service).
  • Use separate doors to enter and exit the establishment when possible.
  • When protective equipment such as face coverings are used, launder daily and wash hands after touching/adjusting the face covering while working.
  • Single-use items should be discarded after use. Consider using rolled silverware and eliminating table presets.
  • Consider installing touchless door and sink systems or providing single-use barriers (e.g., deli tissues, paper towels) for use when touching door and sink handles.
  • Implement procedures to increase how often the back-of-house areas are cleaned and sanitized.

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Swimming Pools

Mandatory Guidelines:

  • Post signage at the entrance that states that no one with a fever or symptoms of COVID-19, or known exposure to a COVID-19 case in the prior 14 days, is permitted in the establishment.
  • Post signage to provide public health reminders regarding physical distancing, gatherings, options for high-risk individuals, and staying home if sick (samples at bottom of this document).
  • Hot tubs, spas, saunas, splash pads, spray pools, and interactive play features must be closed.
  • Indoor and outdoor swimming pools may be open at up to 75% occupancy, if applicable, provided ten feet of physical distance may be maintained between patrons not of the same household. Free swim is allowed.
  • Swimming instruction and water exercise classes must be limited to allow all participants to maintain ten feet of physical distance where practicable. Parents or guardians may support a participant during class, and instructors may have contact with swimmers when necessary.
  • Seating may be provided on pool decks with at least ten feet of spacing between persons who are not members of the same household.
  • All seating (including lifeguard stations) must be cleaned and disinfected between uses.
  • Employees working in customer-facing areas are required to wear face coverings over their nose and mouth, such as using CDC Use of Cloth Face Coverings guidance. Lifeguards responding to distressed swimmers are exempt from this requirement.
  • Provide hand sanitizing stations, including at the entrance/exit and where shared equipment is utilized.
  • Facilities should screen patrons for COVID-19 symptoms prior to admission to the facility. Patrons should be asked if they are currently experiencing fever (100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher) or a sense of having a fever, a new cough that cannot be attributed to another health condition, new shortness of breath that cannot be attributed to another health condition, new chills that cannot be attributed to another health condition, a new sore throat that cannot be attributed to another health condition, or new muscle aches that cannot be attributed to another health condition or specific activity (such as physical exercise). Children should be screened per the CDC guidance for screening children. Anyone experiencing symptoms should not be permitted in the facility. Screenings should be conducted in accordance with applicable privacy and confidentiality laws and regulations.

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Weddings and Other Social Gatherings

All public and private in-person gatherings of more than 25 individuals are prohibited. The presence of more than 25 individuals performing functions of their employment or assembled in an educational instructional setting is not a “gathering.” A “gathering” includes, but is not limited to, parties, celebrations, or other social events, whether they occur indoors or outdoors.

Best Practices:

In addition to the best practices in the “Guidelines for All Business Sectors” document, social gatherings should consider the following best practices:

  • Post signage at the entrance that states that no one with a fever or symptoms of COVID-19, or known exposure to a COVID-19 case in the prior 14 days, is permitted in the establishment.
  • Post signage to provide public health reminders regarding physical distancing, gatherings, options for high-risk individuals, and staying home if sick.
  • Social gatherings should be limited to 50% occupancy of the event space, if applicable, or 250 participants, whichever is less.
  • Limit the occupancy of spaces to ensure that six feet of physical distance can be maintained between all organizers, staff, volunteers, and attendees who are not members of the same household.
  • Reconfigure seating areas to allow six feet of physical distance between individuals by eliminating or closing select tables or seating areas, or by spreading them out to allow for adequate spacing.
  • Ensure exits are configured to reduce the occurrence of bottlenecks at the conclusion of the event.
  • Practice routine cleaning and disinfection of high contact areas and hard surfaces, including check out stations and payment pads, store entrance push and pull pads, door knobs and handles, dining tables and chairs, light switches, handrails, restrooms, guest lockers, floors, and equipment. Follow CDC Reopening Guidance for Cleaning and Disinfection and use an EPA-approved disinfectant to clean. For high contact areas (e.g., in both public and staff areas), routinely disinfect surfaces at least every 2 hours. Certain surfaces and objects in public spaces, such as point of sale keypads, should be cleaned and disinfected before each use.
  • Social gatherings should not include close contact between gathering organizers, staff, and attendees not from the same household. Discontinue activities such as face-painting, temporary tattoo application, or audience participation with performers.
  • Events that cannot restrict access to the general public should not take place.
  • Where applicable, organizers must create a participant flow plan of modified queue lines to and within the mass gathering. Determine areas likely to become bottlenecks or pinch points and adjust participant flow accordingly.
  • Where applicable, install visible markers for queue lines that separate people by six feet of physical distance. Provide physical guides to seating areas including floor decals, colored tape, or signs to indicate where attendees should not sit, stand, or congregate. Sample markers are available in the VDH Business Toolkit.
  • Do not include side events as part of the gathering. These are events associated with but located outside of the formal gathering location, such as souvenir vending stations, gaming areas, petting zoos, and designated food truck areas.
  • Designate a coordinator who will be responsible for identifying COVID-19 related issues and their impact on the gathering, including coordinating health preparedness for the event and emergency response planning.
  • Develop an emergency and medical response plan for COVID-19. This plan should include information about how attendees should interface with the local healthcare system (who to speak with or call if they feel sick) and procedures for isolating sick attendees and reporting illnesses to event organizers. The response plan must also include a plan for organizers to notify the local health department and all participants if any exposure to COVID-19 occurs at the event.
  • Develop a mitigation plan for COVID-19, to include how all requirements listed here will be met, and how guidelines and requirements will be enforced at the gathering.
  • Consider limiting the duration of the gathering, especially for indoor gatherings and gatherings involving activities that would increase respiration (e.g., cheering, singing).
  • Consider delaying gatherings where the target demographic is persons in high risk populations.
  • Use technology solutions where possible to reduce person-to-person interaction, including contactless payment and ticket scanning.
  • Install physical barriers, such as sneeze guards and partitions, at staffed kiosks.
  • All bathrooms, hand-washing stations, and portable toilets should be placed in a convenient location for use by attendees but away from congregate areas and arranged in a configuration that maintains at least six feet of physical distance.
  • Provide a place for staff and attendees to wash hands with soap and water, or provide alcohol-based hand sanitizers containing at least 60% alcohol.
  • Where applicable, provide best hygiene practices to employees on a regular basis, including washing hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds and practicing respiratory etiquette protocols.
  • Close off areas used by a sick person and do not use them until after cleaning and disinfection. Wait 24 hours before cleaning and disinfecting. If it is not possible to wait 24 hours, wait as long as possible. Ensure safe and correct application of disinfectants and keep disinfectant products away from children.
  • Attendees should leave as quickly as possible following the event in order to limit contact and exposure to themselves and other attendees.
  • Establish relationships with key community partners and stakeholders, such as the local health department, community leaders, hospitals, and law enforcement. Collaborate and coordinate with them on broader planning efforts for the gathering.
  • Identify actions to take if the event needs to be postponed or cancelled.
  • Private events may be held at venues provided they can comply with these guidelines.

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Wineries

Mandatory Requirements:

  • No alcoholic beverage shall be sold, consumed, or possessed on premises after 10:00 p.m. in any restaurant, dining establishment, food court, brewery, microbrewery, distillery, winery, or tasting room. Alcoholic beverages may continue to be sold via delivery or take-out after 10 p.m., as permitted by existing regulations promulgated by the Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority.
  • Closure of all dining and congregation areas in restaurants, dining establishments, food courts, breweries, microbreweries, distilleries, wineries, and tasting rooms between the hours of 12:00 a.m. and 5 a.m. Restaurants, dining establishments, food courts, breweries, microbreweries, distilleries, wineries, and tasting rooms may continue to offer delivery and take-out services between the hours of 12:00 a.m. and 5 a.m.
  • All parties must be separated by at least six feet, including in the bar area. Tables at which dining parties are seated must be positioned six feet apart from other tables. If tables are not movable, parties must be seated at least six feet apart, including in the bar area.
  • Customers may be provided with self-service options. Facilities must provide hand sanitizer at food lines and require the use of barriers (e.g., gloves or deli paper) when employees or patrons touch common utensils. Food lines must be monitored by trained staff at all times of operation, and serving utensils must be changed hourly.
  • Employees working in customer-facing areas must wear face coverings over their nose and mouth at all times.
  • Routine cleaning and disinfection of frequently-contacted surfaces must be conducted every 60 minutes during operation. Tabletops must be cleaned in between patrons.
  • Bar seats and congregating areas of restaurants must be closed to patrons except for through-traffic. Non-bar seating in the bar area (i.e., tables or counter seats that do not line up to a bar or food service area) may be used for customer seating as long as a minimum of six feet is provided between parties at tables.
  • If any such business cannot adhere to these requirements, it must close.

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Pledged Businesses

Below is a list of Loudoun County businesses that have pledged to follow the latest issued guidelines for health and safety.

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Business Name:
14 Loudoun
5 Tara Authentic Indian Cuisine
8 Chains North Winery
868 Estate Vineyards
AltaTerra Farm Bed and Breakfast
Andy's Pizza and Andy's in Lovettsville
Ashburn Farm Subway
Ashburn Ice House
Autobahn Indoor Speedway
B Chord Brewing Company
Bear Chase Brewing Company
Belle Mera Bridal
Blooming Hill Lavender Farm & Gift Shop
Blue Mojo Farm
Bluemont Farmers Market
Boxwood Estate Winery
Breathe with Jennie Yoga and Movement
Breaux Vineyards
Briar Patch Bed & Breakfast Inn
Bridle Paths
Buddha George Consulting, Inc.
Burger 21- Ashburn
Burger 21- Sterling
Cariloha
Cascades Farmers Market
Catoctin Creamery
Catoctin Creek Distillery
Celebration by Rupa Vira
Chefs Table Catering, Inc.
ChefScape
Club Pilates
Comcast Xfinity Retail Store
CORK & KEG TOURS, LLC
Corporate Corral, LLC
Creek Crossing Farm at Chappelle Hill Bed and Breakfast
Crooked Run Brewing
CUCINAMORE, LLC
Dance King Studios
Daybreak Kitchen & Biscuit
DebKArt Home Studios
Dirt Farm Brewing
Dogtopia of Purcellville
Double 8 Alpaca Ranch
D'STONZ JEWELRY BOUTIQUE
Dulles Nutrition Corner
EagleTree Farm Vineyards
East Gate Montessori School
ECHO
Endless Summer Harvest
Equus CAN Educate
Fabbioli Cellars
Famous Toastery - Ashburn
Fields of Athenry Farm
Finnegan's Grill & Irish Pub
Firehouse Subs
Ford's Fish Shack
Georges Mill Farm Artisan Cheese
Goodstone
Goodstone Inn & Restaurant
Great Harvest Bread Co.
Greek Unique
Gruver Cooley Custom Homes and Remodeling
Hair Sculptors of Leesburg
Hershey’s Shake Shop
Hidden View Bed & Breakfast
Hill Tom Market
Holiday Inn Dulles Airport Hotel
Hyatt Place Sterling/Dulles Airport-North
Independent Insurance Center
inPhotograph.com
iJP Events & Consulting
HoneyBee Creamery
K and S Cakes
Kathy Ann’s Farm
Kevin’s Catering
Kiddie Academy of Leesburg
Kim Barber Group, eXp Realty
King Street Oyster Bar
LanTech
Lavish Studios
Leesburg Farmers Market
Lost Rhino Brewing Company
Loudoun Citizens for Social Justice/Loudoun Abused Women's Shelter (LAWS)
Loudoun County Bed & Breakfast Guild
Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce
Loudoun Economic Development
Loudoun Station Farmers Market
Loudoun Valley HomeGrown Markets Cooperative
Lovettsville Home Assisted Living
LTS LIMOS
Maggie Malick Wine Caves
Marmol and Marmol PLLC
Mill Road Farm, Inc.
Modern Concepts Salon
Mond Hair Lounge
More Better Restaurant & Beer Hall
Nectar Cocktail Bar
NOVA Parks/Aldie Mill Historic Park
Oasis Home Healthcare, Inc
Okada Japanese Restaurant
Old Ox Brewery- Ashburn
Old Ox Brewery - Middleburg
Organizing Maniacs
Paisano’s Leesburg
Panera Bread- Ashburn
Panera Bread- Lansdowne
Panera Bread- Leesburg
Panera Bread- South Riding
Panera Bread- Sterling
PartNerd Group, LLC
Plato's Closet Dulles
Project Horse Empowerment Center
Reston Limousine
Richard Allen Clothing
Rocket Frog Brewing Company
Root 657
Rupa Vira's The Signature
Sacred Hearts Goods
Salon Khouri
Sandy Spring Bank
Savoir Fare
Shoe’s Cup and Cork
SOLDIERFIT - Sterling
StageCoach Theatre Company, LLC
Stephanie Leigh Photography & Design
Sterling Restaurant Supply
Stone Gables Bed & Breakfast
Stone Manor Boutique Inn
Sylvanside Farm
Dairy Queen
Thai Ashburn
The Chef's Table Caterers
The Clay And Metal Loft
The Cottage Keepers, Inc.
The Dinner Belles Kitchen Cupboard
The Guest Room, Inc.
The Marketing Management Group
The Restaurant at Patowmack Farm
The Wine Kitchen
Tom Dolan Swim School
Tropical Smoothie Cafe
Tuscarora Mill Restaurant
Two Twisted Posts Winery
Veritas Financial
Virginia Regional Transit
Visit Loudoun
Waterford Reservations
Watermark Woods - Native Plants
Weichert Loudoun Commercial Advisors
Weichert Realtors Loudoun County
Wheatland Spring Farm + Brewery
Wicket Door Pub
Wine Reserve at Waterford
Winery 32
Zephaniah Farm Vineyard
ZOUP
Virginia Belle Homes
Auto Stop Elite
Awakenings Spa Boutique
Bleu Frog Vineyards
Blue Ridge Eagles
Blue Ridge Grill
LegalShield
Buzzy Rocket
Callahan Eye
Candlewood Suites - Sterling
Capital Telecom Services
Cardinal Bakery, Inc.
CARE CONTRACTING
Humane Farm Animal Care
China Haste
Clarion Hotel & Conference Center
Clegg Chiropractic
District Hemp Botanicals
Dogtopia of Dulles
Dulles Life Smiles
Earth Wind and Fleece
Eclips Salon- Ashburn
Eclips Salon - South Riding
Edge - Capital Markets
El Rey Tolteca
Embark Center for Self-Directed Education
Financial Advisor
Premier Health Massage
Happy Hound
Harpers Ferry Adventure Center, Inc.
Heritage Treasures, LLC
House 6 Brewing Co.
Altered Edge Graphic Design
Loudoun Pilates
Beltway Brew Co.
Fairfax Christian School
NOVA Medical Services, PLLC
The Casey Group
Windchase
Vantage Point Drone, LLC
Beauty Bar & Spa
Blackfinn Ameripub - Ashburn
Courtney Hasseman, Integrative Healthcare For Women
Dulles South Chantilly Automotive
Enterprize Software, LLC
Wendy's Cleaners
Kiddie Academy of Moorefield Station
M. Franklin Studio and Boutique
Interstate Moving | Relocation | Logistics
The All American Steakhouse & Sports Theater
The Fitness Equation - Ashburn
The Fitness Equation - South Riding
Arazo Media
Best Western Dulles Airport Hotel
Code Ninjas Stone Ridge
Gideon Math and Reading Center
Hampton Inn & Suites Dulles Airport
Hampton Inn Cascades
Infocone, Inc.
Jerry's Flowers & Gifts
SpringHill Suites by Marriott Dulles Airport Hotel
TownePlace Suites by Marriott Dulles Airport
MyExamsPrep
Pho-nomenal
Pump it Up of Loudoun County
Staged by Design
SweetFrog - Brambleton
Wingstop
Leesburg Hobbies & Collectibles
Loud & Clear Marketing
Madisonbelle
Magnificent Cleaning Inc.
Mama Luccis Restaurant
Meadows Original Frozen Custard - One Loudoun
Personal Best Lifestyle Coaching, LLC
MOCATINAS
One Hour Heating and Air Conditioning
Morgan Group Ventures, Inc.
Mortgage Hall Estate Bed & Breakfast
My Sweet Tooth
Nichols Hardware
Olivera Music Entertainment
Party City of Leesburg, Inc.
Party City of Sterling, LLC
Professional Business and Systems Management, Inc.
PC MOBILE
Abel Phan g and Associates, DDS
Red’s BBQ & Pizzeria
Round Hill Grocery
Row House - Ashburn
Salamander Resort & Spa
SALON NOLAS
Guernsey Inc.
Eyetopia, Inc.
Stone Tower Winery
SunPower Farm
Thresholds Guest Suite - Bluemont
Sweetz Bakery
T2 builders Inc.
The Arc of Loudoun
The Jeans Whisperer
Unity Power Services, LLC
Veronica McClure Hair
Vida Events
VIP Boarding Kennel
Woofie’s
Healthy By Nature
Lansdowne Aesthetic Center
3 Pros Basement Systems
ACE Party Rentals
Adeptus Solutions, Inc.
Affordable Arrangements, Inc.
AID Performance Physical Therapy
Airwell Bed and Breakfast
Always Best Care Senior Services Loudoun
American Capital Planning
APEX Gymnastics, Inc.
Apple House Contracting, Inc.
Automotive Quality Solutions, LLC
A Wedding Loft
Barre & Pointe
Belly Love Brewing Company
Belly Rubs N Suds
Best Brains Of Ashburn
Best Rack Around
Bhai Sahab Restaurant
Birkitt Dental
Blind, Shade & Shutter Co.
Blue Hill Farm B&B
Plaster Museum of Bluemont Heritage
Blue Ribbon Acres
BodyBrite
Bow Tie Strategies
Brew Birds
Cana Vineyards and Winery of Middleburg
Cascades Overlook Event Center
Communicate By Design, LLC
Commercial Group Realty Inc.
Chaatwala
Home2 Suites Chantilly Dulles Airport
The Compounding Center
The National Conference Center
Conveyance Marketing Group
The Crate Xscape, LLC
Conquer the Chaos
Cynet Health
Cynet Systems
DeLeon & Stang, CPAs & Advisors
Diamond Elite
DiVine Wine Tours of Virginia
Dominion Tea
DryHome Roofing & Siding, Inc.
Dulles Area Association of Realtors
The Cottage at Dunthorpe Farm
East Coast Edge Dance Center
Effectv - A Comcast Company
Evergreen Sports Complex, LLC
Excel Courier, Inc.
Ferraiolo Fitness, LLC
For Goodness Sake Natural Food
Firefly Acupuncture and Wellness
Fire Works Pizza
First Class Fitness Studio
Fleur De Cuisine
Friends of Homeless Animals
Forever Green Recycle
Four Sisters Snackbar
Goose Creek Village Dental
Gentle Family Dentistry of Leesburg
George C. Marshall International Center
The Global Local
Goldfish Swim School of Ashburn
Great Country Farms
Haeberer Family and Cosmetic Dentistry
Hawthorn Suites
Hillsborough Winery, Brewery, & Vineyards
Hilton Garden Inn Dulles North
Hunt Country Jewelers
Huntington Learning Center - Ashburn
Huntington Learning Center - South Riding
ICE ITS
Inksanity Tattoo Company
Insight Into Action Therapy
Insight Recovery Centers
INTELL AUTO SERVICE
Inkwell Creative
Ion International Training Center
Intentional Wellness Coaching and Events
J Beauty Studio
JES Event Management Group, LLC
J for Jerky
Junk Removal Specialists
Kalero Vineyard
Ketterman's
Kickers Spirts and Martial Arts Complex
Kumon Math & Reading Centers - Leesburg, East
The Learning Village School
Liberty Medical Inc.
LivLight Weight Loss
LocalCart (from Potomac America)
Loudoun County Fruit Company, LLC
Loudoun Ice Centre
Loudoun Laser Center
Loudoun Valley Floors
Love You Little One Daycare
Loudoun School of Ballet
Maid Brigade
SpringHill Suites Ashburn Dulles North
MASE TRAINING, LLC
McEnearney Associates, Inc. REALTORS
Meows Corner
Merritt Properties
Middleburg Community Center
Moda Lookbook, LLC
Momentum Realty, LLC
Monkey Joe’s
Morven Park
Mr. Faux Studio, LLC
MW Burke, Inc.
BCT - The Community's Bank
Beyond Wellness
OAR
Oncology Rehab and Wellness Resources
Optics&EYECARE
Optimal Fitness
Extraordinary Transitions/Long & Foster
Paperfish Creative
Pet Wants - Chantilly
Pev's Paintball & Airsoft Park
photoworks
Potomac Coffee Company
Poulin Chiropractic
Presti & Company, Inc.
PrideStaff
Progressive Speech Therapy
Pure Love Macaron
Pure Perfection Catering
Quail Creek Promotions
RDC Public Relations, LLC
ReClaim-It Restoration & Carpet Care
REGGIO'S TREEHOUSE
REHAU Americas
RE-LOVE IT
Robeks Fresh Juices and Smoothies
Ronald Ray DDS, PC
Rust and Refind
Satnam Technologies, Inc.
St. David's Episcopal Preschool
Serafin Real Estate
Sheila James Designs
misguided angels
Zazu Gifts
SideBar
SIMCO Electronics
Allergy Asthma & Inmunology Institute
SONDRA FALK COUTURE
South Riding Oral and Implant Surgery
SpeedPro Northern Virginia
Sprout Therapeutic Riding and Education Center
Stemtree of Ashburn
Stone Ridge Oral Surgery, PLLC
Stoney Brook Farm
Studio One Printing
Shenandoah University School of Business
Summit Insurance
Svetness Fitness
The Barn at Willow Brook
The Barns at Hamilton Station Vineyards
The Christmas Sleigh
The Dailey Method Loudoun
The Fun Shop
The Piano Express
The Spear Realty Group of Keller Williams Realty
The Tack Box, Inc.
The Zone
The Millennium Group International
TopKick Martial Arts - Leesburg
TopKick Martial Arts - South Riding
Total Equine Veterinary Associates
Trinity House Cafe
Tru= Strength
UNIMEX CORPORATION
Veterans Next Mission
Washington Wealth Advisors, LLC
WB 20
Weatherlea Farm & Vineyard
We Care Management, LLC
By Invitation Only Wedding Services
Whitehall Estate Manor House
White’s Ferry Manor
Yen’s Kitchen and Sushi Bar
YHB | CPAs & Consultants
Xfinity
Your Virginia Pets R My Pets
Salon Alure
G-Force Gymnastics
Squisito Pizza & Pasta
Trivinci Systems, LLC
Kiddie Academy of Ashburn
Pediatrics & Newborn Medicine
AR Workshop Loudoun
Beth Goldsmith Creative Works, Inc.
Shadow's Retreat, LLC
Body Dynamics Studio 9
Bluemont Vineyard
The Difference Baker
Kidtime Christian Academy
Freedom Montessori School
Matsys Inc.
Integrated Insurance Solutions
Hidy Ochiai Karate - Northern Virginia
Native Barre Studios
It's Bazaar on 21st Street
Loudoun Habitat for Humanity ReStore
AhSo Restaurant
The Dance Academy of Loudoun
Integrative Chiropractic & Wellness
Otium Cellars
Surburban Extended Stay Sterling
Ellen Zangla Photography
The Finer Points Event Planning & Design
DoubleTree by Hilton Sterling - Dulles Airport
Dunlap Bennett & Ludwig
Cisneros, McElroy & Boone, PC
OrthoVirginia
TopKick Martial Arts- Potomac Falls
Lansdowne Resort and Spa
Mathnasium of Leesburg
Stroke Comeback Center
Leesburg Dental
Dominion Dental Care
Adrienne Green, Realtor
Silverbrook Farm Bed and Breakfast, LLC
Gallop Web Services
Geopotential Consulting, LLC
Paige's Pit Stop
Copy General
The Farm at Walnut Creek
Amicus Reporting, LLC
LearningRx Leesburg
Laurelwood B&B
J Shea
Favorite Grampy Travels
FedBiz IT Solutions
The Woodhouse Day Spa
The Organizing Mentors, LLC
Chrysalis Vineyards at The Ag District
Locksley Farmstead Cheese Company
Little River Bakehouse
Spring Arbor Senior Living of Leesburg
Capitol Productions Television
Lansdowne Foot and Ankle Center
Gallagher Insurance and Risk Management
CertaPro Painters of Loudoun, Reston and Tysons
P3 Cost Analysts
Prince & Duke, LLC
The Craft of Brewing
The Building People
Toth Financial Advisory Corporation
School of Rock Ashburn
YogaShak
Leesburg Lifestyle Magazine
OG Media
Verum Cutis Dermatology
Knead Wine
Axes and Os
TopKick Martial Arts - Broadlands
Sterling Nail & Beauty
C2 Operations
Kim’s Tae Kwon Do
Loudoun Literacy Council
Lou Lou Boutiques
Zest Clothing and Co.
Creme de la Creme
Loudoun Computer Help
Streamline Government Contracts, LLC
NOVA Creative Reuse Center
Loudoun Psychological Services
Mary Hayes Life
Floor Coverings International
Team Lemon Enterprises Medical Supply Distribution
Norbo Dental
RE/MAX Select Properties
LouCouPsych
Mt. Defiance Distillery
YogaSix
Little Austria
U.S. Sedan Service, Inc.
Right Angle Contracting, Inc.
Scout and Molly's One Loudoun
The Red Fox Inn & Tavern
Loudoun Physical Therapy
Touch Therapeutic Massage
Lansdowne Barber Shop
Chloe's of Middleburg
Ridgetop Coffee and Tea
Bubbles & Brews VA
Island Food To Go
The Old Stone School
Browning Equipment, Inc.
Cardinal Park Family Dental Care
Gidget's Beauty Box
Leesburg Junction
Old 690 Brewing Company
Harpers Ferry Brewing
Notaviva Craft Fermentations
Auntie M's Professional Pet Care, LLC
Hopes and Seams
First Impression Dental
Sew Magarbo
Hidden Brook Winery
Aiyara Thai Restaurant
LoudounGo, LLC
Purcellville Farmers' Market
Honest Tom's Auto Care
BioMechanic Physical Therapy
City Tap
The Lost Fox Hideaway
NoVa Sports Coach, LLC
Flowthrough Plumbing Co. LLC
Regal Maid Service
Ashburn Allergy, PLLC
Morgan Orthodontics
Dog Home Away From Home
Stepping Stones Home Daycare
Tipicos Los Amigos Restaurant
Animal Medical Centers Of Loudoun
AffluentTEK
POPCYCLE
The Stingray Allstars Virginia
AlphaGraphics Loudoun
Designer Goldsmiths
Chi Spa Lounge
Hideaway Massage LLC
Prosperity Cleaners
Buzz Covington Photography
Ashburn European Service Center
A Southern Fish Fry
The Corner Stop
Plaza Barber Shop
Absolute Carpet Care, Inc
Village 9 Salon
Loudoun Handyman
Samskara Yoga & Healing
American Lawn Brothers
Fultrium Strategies, LLC
True Athlete Performance
Liberty Tax Service
Loudoun Contracting
My Ashburn Dentist
GOLDEN PATH ACADEMY
Leesburg Violin Studio, LLC
Eastern World Market
Zina Alathari DMD PC
Movement to Wholeness, LLC
Paisanos
Leesburg Nails Spa
K White Tigers Martial Arts
Crystal Classic Coach Inc.
Eye Level of Ashburn North
Smiles of Loudoun
7Company Weight Loss & Wellness Center, LLC
Total Health Medical Center
The Goddard School of Ashburn @ Belmont Greene
Pro-Fit Ski & Mountain Sports
Playhouse Child Care
Snickers Gap Tree Farm
Magnolia's Natural Nail Care Clinic
NOVA Hand Therapy Center
Around Midnight Pet Services LLC
Karter School of South Riding, Inc.
Karter School of Cascades
Steiner Labs, LLC
Dolce & Ciabatta Bakery
CAPITAL RESOURCES GROUP, INC.
ClutterSOS, LLC
Sumner Furniture & Design
MFB Consultancy, Inc
J2 Therapy and Wellness, LLC
Tamarind Indian Cuisine
The Byrne Gallery
Relomark International Movers
Great Clips at Broadlands Marketplace
Great Clips at Cascades Overlook Plaza
Shruti's Skin & Beauty Care, LLC
Staying Alive CPR, LLC
Cygnus Cascades
The UPS Store #7256
Go Bananas
Quest Knight Enterprises, LLC
Serenity Nails and Day Spa
Candy World
Noshy
Ashburn Village Chiropractic
Escape Room LoCo
Mind Builders Enrichment, LLC
Xtreme Auto Details
Eyedea Advertising & Design Studio, LLC
Courtney Jean Photography
Fieldstone Farm Bnb Inn
Elite Wellness Performance and Recovery
Business Integration Group, LLC
Acorn Health
Dream Decks Patios and More
Shahnti Aesthetics
Scotto's Rigatoni Grill
YogaShak - Aldie
YogaShak - Brambleton
Judith's Boutique and Alteration, LLC
Middleburg Smiles
MAVENTRI
MilesLeHane Companies, Inc.
Eat The Frog Fitness - Broadlands
LoudounTec
Romanos Deli and Pizzeria
Kevin's Day Spa, Inc.
TTen Services, LLC
J&L Interiors, LLC
Wicked Design
Envy Nail Spa LLC
Dream Nails Lounge
MAJEST Martial Arts
Pho Royal
Simply Smiles PC
Divine Mercy University
Media Cure Productions
Cardinal Fencing Academy
Montessori of Chantilly - Casa dei Bambini
All American Managment Group-Exponential Marketing Inc
Coder Inc
Loudoun United FC / D.C. Soccer Management Company, LLC
Washington Dulles Sedan
Garneski AC and Heating
ElderTree Care Management Services
Pretty Pretty
Village Montessori School at Bluemont
Conners Coverage Group
Sheldeez Beauty Salon
Once Upon a Time Parties D.C.
V.R. Maddox Consulting LLC
Abstract Janitorial Services, Inc.
Summit Ropes Indoor Adventure
Washington Spirit
Northern Virginia Community College- Loudoun Campus
Loudoun Cares
theCoderSchool
McEnearney Associates, Inc.
H&H Dulles Inc.- Charleys Philly Steaks
Conquerors League Soccer & Futsal Academy
George Mason University- Mason in Loudoun Site
Accurate Accounting & Taxation
Mosiac Dental
Northern Virginia Community College--Loudoun Campus
Loudoun Cares
theCoderSchool
McEnearney Associates, Inc.
H&H Dulles Inc
Conquerors League Soccer & Futsal Academy
George Mason University -Loudoun Site
Seema R Nayyar, CPA PC dba Accurate Accounting & Taxation
Mosiac Dental/
Dairy Queen
Gateway Gallery Artists Cooperative
Village at Leesburg
Coal Fire
Shepherds Corner FarmD
Old Apple Valley Farms, LLC
Hogback Mountain Pony Rides, LLC
Loudoun Heritage Farm Museum
Casanel Vineyards & Winery
Sana Hair & Nail Salon
Rhythm and Arts Center of Virginia, LLC
Blue Ridge Tree and Berry Farm
Comfort Suites
Red Roof Inn
Solitude Wool
Lisa's Christmas Tree Farm
Elements Massage
Buttonwood Farm
Wild Wood Pizza
Woodhouse Day SpaD
Milltown Creek Tree Farms
Stonehaven Farm
Potomac River Running
Country Loving Tree Farm
The Conche
Day Spring Farm
Loudoun Nursery, Inc
Frog Haven Farms
Mystique Jewelers Middleburg
Minuteman Arms
HoneyBee Creamery/Veritas Arizen Chocolate
The New Ag School
Lothar’s Butchery & Gourmet Sausages
The Chocolate Palette LLC
Yasmeen’s Sassy Wreaths LLC
Greenheart Juice Shop
Purcellville Volunteer Fire & Rescue Company
Old Glory DC
Experimax
Lost Barrel Brewing
AEC Software
SW Creative Services
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