News & Updates
PRESS RELEASE: The Town of Hillsboro Refutes Clarke County Claims About ReThink9 Road and Infrastructure Project
Hillsboro, Va., August 30, 2019—The Town of Hillsboro has responded to a press release issued by the Clark County Public Information Office on August 29 to local media to correct several inaccurate and false statements. According to Hillsboro Mayor Roger Vance, the...
When the Town of Hillsboro assumed the management and administration of the ReThink9 road and infrastructure project, we embraced the mantra “Build it Once, Build it Now”—and the responsibility to dramatically reduce the cost, time and burden of construction on our...
First settled in 1752, Hillsboro is among the oldest, smallest and best-preserved incorporated towns in the Commonwealth, with the entire Town on the National Register of Historic Places. In the early 1800s, residents began receiving drinking water from Hill Tom...
We believe Hillsboro’s ReThink9 project will not only be transformative for the Town of Hillsboro but will usher in an era of greater promise and possibilities for the entire Route 9 corridor and the rural expanse of northwest Loudoun. Long notorious as one of the...
Letters From Our Elected Officials, Local, State and U.S. Congresswoman Wexton, and Organizations
Thank you to the public officials and local Loudoun businesses and organizations whose letters of support for ReThink9 efforts to complete this project in the shortest duration possible continue to arrive daily so we can share them here on our site. Thanks to Congresswoman Jennifer Wexton, Blue Ridge District Supervisor Tony Buffington, Loudoun County Board of Supervisors Chair Phyllis Randall, Senator Richard Black, Hillsboro Charter Academy Principal Mark Wertheimer, AltaTerra Farm Bed & Breakfast owner Alta Jones and Visit Loudoun President & CEO Beth Erickson.
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To clarify reports regarding the detours for the RT9 project, there will be both regional and local detours.
The regional detour will direct all traffic originating west of Rt. 340 to follow Rt. 340 to Rt. 7. We expect 60 to 65 percent of the total daily volume of traffic on Route 9 will use the regional detour. The designated detour for local traffic around the Town of Hillsboro will be Rt. 719 (Stony Point Road) to Woodgrove Road to Allder School Road then back north on Hillsboro Road to reconnect with Route 9.
NOTE: EXCEPT DURING TEMPORARY FULL CLOSURE PERIODS (TO BE DETERMINED)
ON WEEKDAYS, ONE LANE EASTBOUND WILL BE OPEN THROUGH HILLSBORO FOR MORNING RUSH TRAFFIC FROM 4 A.M. TO 9:30 A.M.
ON WEEKENDS, (BEGINNING FRIDAY’S AT 2 P.M.) ONE-LANE WESTBOUND WILL BE OPEN THROUGH HILLSBORO UNTIL SUNDAYS AT 6 P.M.
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