The purpose of this site is to provide homeowners and residents with easy access to our association and information relevant to our neighborhood and community.

Sugarland Run, a portion of Sterling, Virginia in eastern Loudoun County, is comprised of 2,600 homes. Just ten miles northeast of Dulles International Airport, and adjacent to Sterling’s suburban office district, commuters and working professionals find easy access to major job centers.

One of the distinguishing features of the Sugarland Run community is its California Contemporary-style architecture, usually found in the Southwestern United States, offering a change from the more typical colonials found throughout Northern Virginia. Designed and built with several through roads, cul-de-sacs afford a more private setting away from main street traffic. Our neighborhood is in close proximity to the Algonkian Regional Park adjacent to the Potomac River.

At the heart of the neighborhood lies the the Community Center and the pre-constructed Willow Lake.  The neighborhood has over 26 miles of walking paths within it, leading through natural wooded areas and connecting the residents to neighbors. This community boasts Loudoun county’s largest outdoor community swimming pool (50 meters x 25 yards) with a large, 12-foot deep diving well.  We also offer a separate wading pool for younger “tadpoles.”  Other recreational amenities that residents of Sugarland Run enjoy are the tennis/pickleball, volleyball, and basketball courts. Additionally, 19 tot lots pepper the neighborhood, the largest one near the Community Center.