The Town of Round Hill, along with the Loudoun County Health Department and Virginia Department of Health, are closely monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Check here for news and information.
A Declaration of Local Emergency has been issued by the Town of Round Hill Town Administrator, Melissa Hynes, beginning on January 12, 2022.
Due to the record number of COVID-19 cases with the Omicron surge, the Town Offices are now closed to the public. Notary, Zoning Administrator and other essential services are being addressed on a case by case basis and by appointment only. Please call 540-338-7878 to speak with someone regarding an appointment. Many Town services are available remotely. Please visit the Government page for a list of Departments or Contact Us for more information.
You can easily pay your utility bill online or find more information on other ways to pay by visiting the Water & Sewer Billing page on our website.
There are two secure drop boxes conveniently located at the Town Office, 23 Main Street, Round Hill. One box is a mail slot in the back door, the other is a free-standing dropbox located just outside the front porch entrance. Please use the front box when delivering larger files and documents.
Current Mask Rule:
Below is a summary of current maks guidelines in Virginia. A complete list of mask guidelines are available on the Virginia Department of Health website.
- All individuals 2 years and older, regardless of vaccination status, are encouraged to wear a mask and practice physical distancing while indoors. Typically, masks are not needed for vaccinated individuals while outdoors, however, you may choose to wear a mask outdoors where physical distancing is not possible.
- Unvaccinated and partially vaccinated people aged 2 years and older should continue to wear masks and practice physical distancing in most indoor and outdoor settings in accordance with CDC recommendations.
- As of August 12, 2021, a Public Health Order requires all individuals aged two and older to wear masks when indoors at public and private K-12 schools, regardless of vaccination status. The Order also applies to Pre-K if the program is at a K-12 school.
Exceptions: There are a number of situations when people don’t have to wear a mask. For a complete list of requirements and exceptions, please visit the Virginia Department of Health.
Fully vaccinated means 2 weeks or more have passed since getting the second dose of a two-dose vaccine (e.g., Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna), or 2 weeks or more have passed since getting 1 dose of a single-dose vaccine (e.g., Johnson & Johnson). If you have a condition or are taking medications that weaken your immune system, you may NOT be fully protected even if you are fully vaccinated. Fully boosted means 2 weeks or more have passed since recieving a booster shot. Vaccines are currently available for individuals who are 5 years old and up. Visit the Virginia Department of Health Vaccination Response page for more information on how to schedule a vaccine.
If You Are Sick:
- Stay home
- Separate yourself from other people in your home (isolate) and avoid sharing personal household items
- Clean "high touch" surfaces often
- Monitor your symptoms and know when to seek medical care
- When seeking medical care, call ahead before visiting the doctor
- If you must leave the house for medical care, wear a face mask at all times
- Cover your coughs and sneezes
- Wash your hands often
Visit the CDC website for more details and information.