Loudoun County, Virginia OnBOARD page

Please join us in welcoming Loudoun County, Va. as the latest member of the OnBoard family!

Loudoun County chose OnBoard to manage their 40+ boards and commissions. This way, citizens can see who sits on the boards, and what vacancies are available for volunteer opportunities.

They took OnBoard’s flexibility a step further by adding links in their board descriptions. Now residents have one-click access to agendas, minutes, and meeting calendars. Great work!

Loudoun County is in northern Virginia, with a population of more than 400,000. It was named for John Campbell, Fourth Earl of Loudoun and governor general of Virginia from 1756 to 1759. It’s the home of Washington Dulles Airport, and Harper’s Ferry National Historical Park. Following his presidency, founder James Monroe lived in Loudoun County.