Learn more about plans for a new cell site in Loudoun County

AT&T has been doing business in the Commonwealth of Virginia since 1897, and we’ve operated in Loudoun County for more than 50 years.

More than 400 AT&T employees and retirees live in Loudoun County, and we invested more than $99 million in our network in the county from 2014 through 2016. In short, we’ve been a part of the community for decades; we’re investing in the County and Commonwealth, and we are your good neighbors.

As you may have read, we have plans to build a new macro cell site in your community that will offer customers in the area better voice and mobile broadband service. Specifically, this new cell site at Short Hill will:

In short, anyone who lives in, works in, or visits the area will benefit from better voice and mobile broadband coverage.

We always work closely with community leaders in Virginia and nationwide whenever we need to put up new macro facilities. We comply with all local, state and federal rules. This proposed macro site is no different.

We created this web site to share information about the plan for the new macro site; we will be updating it to include information on events such a visual impact survey and balloon test, a community meeting, and hearings. Visit often to stay up to date, and share the link with friends, family members and others who are interested in learning more about the proposed macro site.

Sincerely,

Vince Apruzzese
Regional Vice President — AT&T Virginia

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Vince Apruzzese is the president of AT&T Virginia. In this role, Vince helps set and implement AT&T's public policy and philanthropic initiatives in the commonwealth.

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