Road Closures

Round Hill residents should be aware of the following road closures during the day on Saturday:
— 5k: There will be rolling closures of streets along the route of the 5k while runners are on the route. Drivers are asked not to enter or cross any affected streets while the race is in progress. Approx. time: 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
— Parade: There will be rolling closures of streets along the parade route as well. Drivers are asked not to enter or cross any affected streets while the parade is in progress. Approx. time: 9:30 a.m.-10:15 a.m.
— Loudoun Street in front of the park: Access to the section of Loudoun Street between Main and Bridge Streets may be limited at times through the day for pedestrian safety. Please use extreme caution while driving through this section of town on Saturday throughout the day.
— Downhill Derby: N. Locust Street will be closed in the mid-afternoon on Saturday for the Downhill Derby (from approx. 2-4 p.m.) Please plan alternate routes during this time frame.

5k Route
Parade Route

RHVFD Open House and Pig Roast

Visit the Round Hill Volunteer Fire Department’s Open House during the Festival and get to know representatives from local non-profits such as Boulder Crest Retreat, Medical Reserve Corps, State Farm Neighborhood Of Good, A Farm Less Ordinary, Loudoun Abused Women’s Shelter, and Fierce Love Rescue. Loudoun County Office Of Elections will be on hand to register voters. While there, be sure to grab one of the RHVFD’s pulled pork sandwiches! Open from 10-2 p.m.

Parade Registration

IMG_6855eThe Hometown Festival Parade winds through Hillwood Estates and the old part of Round Hill, beginning at 9:30 a.m. Groups are encouraged to assemble and decorate floats/cars/trucks at Woodgrove Park and then proceed to the lineup point.
Line up begins at 9:00 a.m. on the corner of Evening Star and Hudson Street, heading south, down Jackson Avenue and Main Street to Town Park. The parade takes place rain or shine.
Register online through

Design Contest Winner Chosen

tshirt contest winner

Congratulations to Aspen Ortiz for creating this year’s Festival Tshirt design!! A big thank you to everyone who submitted such wonderful, creative designs this year. All of the amazing creations will be on display on the windows of the Town Office.

Tshirts with Aspen’s patriotic pinwheel are available for advance purchase through the Hometown Festival website at Shirts are $10 each ($11.50 for XXLarge and XXXLarge) through May 1st. After May 1, the prices go to $12.50 and $14.

2019 T-shirt Contest

IMG_7011Calling all local elementary school students — grab your markers, crayons or colored pencils! It’s time for this year’s Festival T-shirt contest!

The winning design will be featured on this year’s Festival T-shirts and the winner will be invited to ride on a Round Hill Volunteer Fire Department fire truck during the Festival parade.

Submissions must be turned in by Friday, April 12 and the winner will be announced on Monday, April 22. For full details, see our contest flier.

5k Results

Congratulations to everyone who raced in the Festival 5k on Saturday! It was an especially hot and humid morning, so we know all these results are hard-won!

Our overall race winners were Rylan Pettit and Mary Smith, with times of 17:18 and 21:09. Full results are below:

Round Hill 5k – age division results
Round Hill 5k – overall results

* Note: Due to human error on the timing team’s behalf, a small fraction (less than 10%) of the results may not be fully accurate, particularly those runners who came in around the 23-minute mark. We apologize for any confusion and inconvenience this may cause.