Facilities Operations

  • Facilities Operations operates and maintains 97 schools and 10 support facilities with 3,120 acres of campus located throughout the 521 square miles of Loudoun County. These buildings were built from 1911 to the present.

    The Facilities Operations Division provides maintenance, occupational safety and environmental, custodial and plant operation services at all schools and support facilities that constitute Loudoun County Public Schools physical plant. The total assets of our school division comprise a total area of 12,339,514 square feet. In addition to schools and support facilities, Facilities Operations Division operates six potable water wells and one waste water treatment plant. The services this division provides include: routine and emergency facility maintenance, routine and emergency equipment repairs; built infrastructure preventive maintenance; energy management; grounds maintenance; maintenance services contract management; integrated pest management; turf management services; management and execution of the CAPP program; management of custodial services including training and assignments of custodians; ordering and delivery of custodial equipment and consumable supplies; collection of municipal solid waste for LCPS and County of Loudoun sites; collection of recyclable materials for LCPS and some County of Loudoun sites; environmental management (hazard communication, indoor air quality, asbestos, radon, drinking water, wastewater), disposal of hazardous waste; occupational safety training and personal protective equipment management; snow removal operations and other weather related emergency services and various other services as required for the efficient operation and maintenance of all LCPS facilities and grounds.

  • Our Mission: To provide quality services to all of our students, staff and community in an efficient and professional manner that ensures a safe, well-maintained instructional environment.

    Our Vision: To be a model for other facilities services departments to emulate through our adaptability and focus on cutting edge resources and processes.

Last Modified on February 8, 2024