We don't have a set schedule. This is our first time trying this. We ask for forgiveness in advance if we miss your neighborhood. We are going to try to cover as many as we can. We are leaving the office at 10am sharp!
This is fantastic! Can’t wait to #spotabunny
There is kids on Hinton Rd Thanks Sheriff Cubbage always doing something good for the County
Page County is the best! Awesome idea! ❤
Hope to see you on Willow several kids great idea chad
Can you post a schedule so the folks out of town can park in a neighborhood and "spot a bunny" too? Thank you.
The cop is not always the bad guy. Support all our local & county officers. Ann &Freddie
Hope he comes down by Alan Cubbage Auto by the house would really cheer up the kids thanks for doin this PCS and Chad Cubbage thank for keepin the kids spirits alive🥰
The following is a briefing from the National Weather Service Baltimore/Washington as of 4:25 AM Mon Apr 07 2020:
Threats: Severe Thunderstorms
Location: Entire Area
Timing: This afternoon through Wednesday
Overview and Impacts: • Isolated severe thunderstorms with damaging wind gusts and large hail. • Multiple rounds of convection are likely this afternoon and tonight. Thunderstorms are also possible on Wednesday. A few storms may produce damaging wind gusts and large hail. The best chance for severe thunderstorms today are for areas near and to the south and west of the Potomac River this afternoon and evening . Another round of showers and thunderstorms are possible overnight and into Wednesday morning for the entire area, and a few of these storms may produce locally damaging winds and large hail. There is an isolated threat for severe thunderstorms Wednesday afternoon, especially for central Virginia and southern Maryland. • Confidence remains low on exact timing for severe storms and coverage, especially for late tonight and Wednesday. ... See MoreSee Less
The 2020 inmate garden is almost ready to be planted. Sheriff Cubbage was able to secure a John Deere tractor from the U.S. Military Surplus DRMO program. The tractor will be used to plow and till the garden and can be used at our range for mowing and bush-hogging. ... See MoreSee Less
The following is a briefing from the National Weather Service Baltimore/Washington as of 6 AM Mon Apr 06 2020: Threats: Severe Thunderstorms Location: Appalachian region and central Virginia Timing: Tuesday afternoon and night Apr 07 2020 Overview and Impacts: • Isolated severe thunderstorms with damaging wind gusts and large hail. • Multiple rounds of convection are likely Tuesday afternoon and night as a warm front advances north. Showers and thunderstorms are expected. A few storms may produce damaging wind gusts and large hail. Thunderstorms may form along the higher terrain and along a warm front and track southeast toward the VA Piedmont. Another round of showers and thunderstorms is possible late Tuesday night into Wednesday morning as convection from the Ohio Valley tracks across the Appalachians into central Virginia. • Timing and location of when and where these storms may form remain highly uncertain. ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations on 50 years in law enforcement!* * * NOT RETIRED, STILL WORKING * * *
Luray Police Department would like to recognize retired Major Russell Montgomery. On April 1, 2020 Major Montgomery started his 50th year as an active duty Police Officer. He started his career with the Virginia State Police on April 1, 1971 and retired on December 31, 1999. Major Montgomery then took the position as Major, Chief Deputy, with Page County Sheriff’s Office, Major Montgomery started with Luray Police Department on August 12, 2016 where he is still currently employed. Major Montgomery has mentored and influenced many young officers. He is a role model to many, and is a perfect example of what the badge represents. It is our pleasure to have him as part of our law enforcement team here in Page County at Luray Police Department.
Thanks to an unnamed source, we have been able to add several pictures, some dating back to 1971. ... See MoreSee Less
Today we assisted Luray PD in escorting our “brother in blue”, Sergeant Lawrence “Junior” Getz to his final resting place. Thanks for the stories, the laughs and the friendship! We have the watch from here. ... See MoreSee Less
Please see the post/information from Shenandoah National Park regarding trail closures within Page County.Again, we urge you to hike Shenandoah's trails from Skyline Drive and NOT from the boundary. The following boundary access points in Rappahannock County and Page County are closed. This is an official closure. You can NOT park or enter Shenandoah at these points. Failure to comply can result in a fine and/or imprisonment according to the Code of Federal Regulations.
Remember that there are no open restrooms. The NPS urges visitors to practice Leave No Trace principles, including pack-in and pack-out, to keep outdoor spaces safe and healthy. Please also make wise choices during your activities so that Emergency Medical Services staff do not have to put themselves at further risk. Groups are limited to 10. Practice social distance guidelines.
Rappahannock County: Mount Marshall located at the terminus of Mount Marshall Road (Route 625) Little Devils Stairs located at the terminus of Keyser Run Road (Route 614) Thornton River located at the terminus of Hull School Road (Route 614) Hazel River located off of Woodward Road (Route 600) Jordan River Boundary Trailhead at the terminus of Route 629. Big Devil’s Staircase Boundary Trailhead at the terminus off of SR 622. Harris Hollow Boundary Trailhead off of SR 622. Piney Branch Boundary Trailhead off of Route 600. Pass Mountain Boundary Trailhead off of US Hwy 211 E. Buck Hollow/Buck Ridge Boundary Trailhead off of US Hwy 211 E. Broad Hollow Boundary Trailhead off of Route 681. Pine Hill Gap Boundary Trailhead at the terminus of Route 681.
Page County: Overall Run Trail off Route 665 Heiskell Hollow Trail off Route 697 Jeremnys Run Trail off Route 611 Rocky Branch Traill off Route 666 Leading Ridge Trail off Rout 669 Crusher Ridge Trail off Route 669 Skyland Fire Road off Route 672 Red Gate Road at the terminus of Route 451 Tanners Ridge Road at the terminus of Route 682 East Branch Naked Creek Trail off Route 682 Powell Mountain Trail of Route 759 Meadow School Trail off Route 759 (no landowner access) ... See MoreSee Less
Hello since they closed all access in Page County and Skyline at Thornton Gap can you please private message me or announce here where I can legally park (maybe on 211) to be able to hike.... we hike all the time and live in Luray. Thanks
The command staff participated in a conference call with Valley Health and the Department Of Health, getting an update on COVID-19. The biggest take away at this point is the extreme importance of maintaining social distancing and only going out for essential needs. The only way the virus survives, is to move from person to person. If the virus can’t move from person to person, it dies.
This is a really scary time for us all! Let all try to do our part! Stay safe, stay healthy and wash your hands! Continue to take the necessary precautions. ... See MoreSee Less
We have been asked about the on-going church drive-in services that are being held across the county. While these are understandably being held to welcome some sense of normalcy to our lives and bring peace and comfort during these uncertain times, we must also realize that it could be providing a place for COVID-19 to spread, if caution is not exercised.
To our churches and families of faith, we would like to say thank you, first and foremost, for your prayers. We, like everyone else, are really at a loss for what we are witnessing unfold before our eyes. We too are praying for this to pass quickly and that the safety and health of us all be preserved.
We would like to remind and strongly encourage those churches in Page County who are holding "drive-in" services, that no more than 10 people be outside of their vehicles at one time. Those 10, should maintain the recommended distance of 6 foot apart during the entire service. We highly discourage the passing of offering plates, however, we encourage a form of electronic giving or a drop box of some sort.
While many of us are leaning heavily on our faith during this time and church services bring comfort to many, we encourage churches to strictly adhere to the recommendations and guidelines set forth in the Executive Orders from the Governor and the guidelines from the CDC. We are certainly not telling you to not worship. We are encouraging you to strictly adhere to all of the recommended guidelines. We would strongly encourage online services be utilized as much as possible.
We ask that you continue to pray for us and we will continue to pray for you. ... See MoreSee Less
Sending Love And Prayers And Comfort Thinking And Praying For All Of Us, Dear Jesus Keep Your Healing And Heavenly Hand Upon Us, And Claiming Complete Healing In Jesus Name AMEN, Touch Us Lord Like Only You Can We Rebuke This Virus In Jesus Name AMEN We Are Healed By Your Stripes 🙏🏻✝️💙💞💖💝
God bless our county!!! Many prayers going up!!!
Praying for all public servants. May God give you courage during this unusual time. !!!! .Ann &Freddie
Just pray at home, read the Bible, and watch church services at home! no need to go out!
Is it really worth this to risk and spread the virus more.the stay at home should include this too because it's for your safety. Don't be foolish and risk it. 🙄
These churches can do live streaming on the site called zoom. I know of many churches and places of worship that have switched to live stream due to COVID. Think safe and stay home and stream your services, please.
Due to the ongoing situation with COVID-19, we are disappointed that we must cancel our youth summer camp. This is the time of year that we would be preparing and getting applications to students through the schools. However, with the events unfolding as they are, we are unable to do that. We are currently discussing plans of day activity events for community youth once this pandemic is passed. We will keep you posted as to what we are able to come up with. ... See MoreSee Less
Please see the order issued by Page County. This resolution restricts the rentals of cabins, campsites, hotel rooms etc. within Page County. Rentals that are currently occupied, may continue to be occupied for the duration of the current stay. After that, all rentals for a period of less than 30 days are restricted, until the emergency is lifted. ... See MoreSee Less
So what about convenience stores and grocery stores are people still allowed to enter them ??
I have to take my sister to work this week is that ok for me to be out?? Don’t want to get in trouble for being out
Awesome decision! I’m for one am sick and tired of seeing all the NEW YORK vehicles here in Page County! They came here because of what was going on in their state! This is how it is spread! Because no one can stay home!! Essential travel for groceries and for essential employees!
Good idea , we all need to stay home and out of town people need to stay at their homes and states until this virus is over. Ticket those that don’t listen and shouldn’t be out , With one case in page county .. Pray it doesn’t get worse!! I’m off the Grid, No visitors !! 😂😂
Thank you 🙏
This is the best thing that could happen for everyone in the county.
Pray it’s not to late 😔❤️🙏
I personally myself think if someone is called here in Page County with a out-of-state tag or from out of town they should be sent back the road they came from and give a ticket
I have cabins and I know about The order but how are you going to police it and how are you going to let all the cabin owners from the city know that don’t get the local news?
I go out and try to work everyday if you got an address where I can send all my bills for 2 weeks let me know I'll set at home no problem
It’s about time, so many people still travelling from other states
Praise God! Thank you!!!!!
Great, thank you for this!
Shirley Lou Thomas Tina Adams Lucas looks like the cabins won’t be able to rented out
Our hearts and prayers go out to the family of a retired brother in blue. Lawrence “Junior” Getz passed today from this life. Jr. was a dedicated police officer for the Town of Luray for many years. His stories and the friendships that he built among officers and citizens of the town and the county will live on forever. Rest easy “Jr. “ ... See MoreSee Less
Talked my way out a ticket many times.Truely a fair officer.Good Man.💙RIP
Junior Getz was a gentle giant in law enforcement!
If you were arrested by him you deserved to be!
He went out of his way to try and not arrest anyone!
He was a true friend and brother!
He would go out of his way to protect you if you were working with him!
Will love and miss him!
Praying for family!
Rest In Peace🙏🙏♥️
Rest easy sir, thank you for your service,devotion and sacrifice. You will be missed many friends and citizens. May God welcome you home with open arms.
I did not know this man however he sounds like a truly amazing person. Sending prayers of comfort to his family and friends and a huge thank you for your service. God bless you rest easy. ❤❤
Sending prayers. He was a dedicated member of Page United Methodist Church and attended faithfully as long as his health permitted.
What a blessing it was to have such a wonderful man as a neighbor! He will be greatly missed! Prayers for the Getz family 🙏❤
So Sorry for your loss. He was a Great Man and Law Enforcement Officer. We will keep Everyone in Our Thoughts and prayers.
Rest peacefully, Junior. May God comfort his family during this difficult and sad time.
He was a Gentle Giant in Luray, always had a heart of gold. Thoughts and Prayers to his Family♥️🙏
He was and amazing officer rest in peace Junior you will be missed
Prayers for his family. Jr was a kind gentle man. Rest in Peace Jr.
My prayers to the family. My respect to Junior, RIP.
Prayers to his family and a big thank you for your service! RIP and fly high Junior!!
Heaven truly gained an angel while we lost a wonderful and caring man.
RIP Jr....you will be missed! Condolences to family & friends.
So deeply sad for your family's lost he was a friend to everyone he met my prayers go out to the family and my best friend karen
Sending prayers for comfort and peace to the family, friends and the Luray Police Dept. !!
He was a good cop, everyone respected and loved him. So sorry prayers for the family.
RIP JR you will be missed 💔 but you are now in the Lord's House. May God be with your family and friends during this difficult time amen.
He was wonderful man. More of a friend than an officer to all. 🙏🙏
Great man in and out of uniform...had my son's back more than once while employed at L.P.D. Sympathy to Karen and Sarah.......?
Prayers for you Sarah..i think i worked with you years ago at Luray caverns as waitress..never forgot you..you were so nice..God bless
He was always polite and soft voiced. RIP.
PRAYERS FOR HIS FAMILY.
He and Earl were great friends and worked together for many years. RIP in peace Junior.
So sorry to hear about his death . I knew him from working at Luray caverns, he would come in the gift shop to tell everyone hello when he would go on his shift. He was really nice person and he will be greatly missed.
What elections are coming up in Virginia?
Election Date Locality and office / Issue
5/5/20 May Town Elections Regularly Scheduled Elections in May Special Elections in May
6/9/20 June Primary
7/14/20 Special Election Smyth County Board of Supervisors, Chilhowie District
11/3/20 November General Special Elections in November
We are taught in forensic schools to change gloves between collecting each piece of evidence due to potential contamination. DNA especially can be easily transferred. Germs are no different so the same principle would apply. Just a thought to help you stay safe & healthy! ... See MoreSee Less
Investigators have identified the male subject as 32 year old, Jared Logan Meadows. The investigation is still ongoing and pending the results of the autopsy.
From Sheriff Chad W. Cubbage –
On Friday March 27, 2020 at approximately 10:37AM, the Page County Emergency Communications Center received a 911 call for a possible body floating in the Shenandoah River near the dam off of route 602 (East Point Road). Emergency personnel responded and located the body of a male subject floating in the water.
At this time the investigation is active and ongoing. Sheriff’s Office investigators are working with the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Manassas, to make positive identification of the body and to determine the cause and manner of death.
The Sheriff’s Office was assisted by the Shenandoah Police Department, Shenandoah Fire Department, Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries and the Page County EMS.
At this time no additional information will be released as this is an active investigation. ... See MoreSee Less
Awww Look at God during this time in our Nation He still using others to be a Blessings to people. Thank you MT Carmel Church for letting God use you to be a blessing to the officers
That was so nice. Thank you all for protecting our county. Stay safe. God Bless.
If people churches can come together now why can’t we stay together after it is over we all need to share Gods love no matter the party or religion he loves us all stay together people and help each other
Thanks Pastor Brian Hasse for coming and seeing us this morning! More importantly praying with us! God Bless! Thanks for the snacks and power rings!
Thank you for your message and keeping the public informed. We are greatful for all the officers, emergency responders and medical professional's. We know you all are trying to adjust to the changes, we are greatful for everything you all do. Thank you especially for the meal's being delivered to the children. It is WONDERFUL and greatly appreciated knowing they are receiving a meal. Thank you to all the driver's taking the time and delivering these meal's. Hang in there all and stay safe. May God bless everyone...
We will get through this TOGETHER with GOD'S help.
Well said and thank you! Continued prayers for all emergency responders, medical staff, and to our local police departments. Please be cautious. Stay safe. Stay healthy! I care.
Thank you for keeping the public informed! Communication is vital to ease the uncertainty and fear during a crisis. Thank you, PCSO, for your dedication and continued efforts in safeguarding and updating the community during this rapidly evolving situation. God bless each of you. ❤️
Thank You Sheriff Cubbage !!! Very heartfelt message for the communities Prayers to all our Leo's 💙💙
Thank you Chad for all you do & your staff & the first responders May God Bless us ALL
Thank you Sheriff. Stay safe, stay healthy.
Thank-you and all who serve our county for you service. Prayers for your safety!!!!
Thank you first responders ! Praying you stay safe
Thank you sheriff and your staff for all you all are doing.God bless you all.
Thank u all for the work u r doing. Stay safe and prayers for u all.
Thanks for your hard work and dedication prayers to all of you God bless and be safe
God bless you Chad! Prayers for you and your staff! 🙏🙏
Thank you and all your staff for what you do..and prayers for our NATION .we will overcome!!.God BLESS you all.
Thank you Chad for all you and your staff does God Bless
Amen well said Thank you Prayers. For Us All God Bless
Thanks for this message and I’m praying for everyone at the PCSO‼️
Thank you Sheriff Cubbage & all Officer’s as well. Continued prayers for all.
Thank you so much Chad! Yes, we are all in this together!
Prayers for all the first responders and thank you
Important Update Regarding COVID-19:
Choices, Council on Domestic Violence will not close, but given the ongoing state of emergency at both the national and state level, all agency staff will continue...
The food pantry will be open Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. Only pre-boxed food will be available. No one will be allowed in the building. Page One will only be accepting emergency financial assistance requests. You can contact 540-448-8480 or 540-743-4357 for additional information. ... See MoreSee Less
In Virginia Governor Ralph Northam's 2 p.m. press conference on March 23, he announced that all K-12 public schools across the commonwealth would remained closed at least through the end of the 2019-2020 academic year.
Previously, Northam had ordered school closures through this coming Friday.
Northam also announced on Monday that he would be signing Executive Order 53, which would take effect at midnight on Tuesday, ordering all nonessential services, including all recreation and entertainment services, to close.
Restaurants will be allowed to remain open for curbside pickup and delivery services.
Grocery stores, health services, businesses in supply chains, and other essential businesses will be able to remain open.
The order will remain in effect for at least 30 days in Virginia.
Northam said over the past week, the Virginia Employment Commission has received more than 40,000 applications for unemployment applications.
The governor has been holding daily press briefings at 11 a.m. each day to provide the latest updates on the commonwealth's response to the novel coronavirus, but Monday's briefing was scheduled for 2 p.m. instead.
Total cases in Virginia
The Virginia Department of Health updates its state website at noon each day with the new total and a breakdown of the cases by locality. Those numbers are based on the cases that had been submitted to the department by 5 p.m. the previous day, so there is always some lag in numbers appearing in the state total.
According to the health department's latest update as of noon on March 23, 254 cases of COVID-19 had been confirmed across the commonwealth.
The large majority are in northern and eastern Virginia.
In our area, there have been confirmed cases in Harrisonburg, Rockingham County, Rockbridge County, Albemarle County, and Charlottesville. ... See MoreSee Less
The real crises will be the financial stress people will be under. These orders by Governors will have unintended or intended (depends if it is intentional by them) consequences that will cause greater issues for families. If you cannot work how can you provide for your family?
He'll be trying to confiscate firearms during this crisis. And abortion mills to remain open, gotta keep it comfortable til mom and doctors decide what to do with it.
I work for Annandale millwork which they build homes and is a lumber supply company anyway to find out if that's considered a essential business ?
Amherst county has a case now too
Press conf at 2 tomorrow as well.
Can’t even test in our area. Hard to tell if it’s here or not.
Good morning. We are still actively monitoring the COVID-19 updates as they are coming in. The updates are ever changing. As an office, here is what we have put in place for our staff to ensure their safety;
Our offices are closed to the general public until further notice.
We are handling all non-emergency calls by phone.
We are responding to all emergency calls as normal.
Animal control calls are being handled on a call by call basis. We will respond to animal neglect, animal welfare and vicious animal calls. For the protection of our staff and animal shelter staff, we are not responding to simple stray animal calls at this time.
Jail visitation and work release has been suspended.
Deputies have been directed to sanitize their vehicles and equipment more often.
Dispatch is asking for complainants to step outside to speak with officers if we have to respond to your residence. Don’t be alarmed, this is for your safety and ours.
You may see deputies wearing masks or other protective clothing, during your interactions.
We are following these recommendations as they were presented by risk management as well as guidelines from the CDC.
While we realize that some of these pose an inconvenience, we are dealing with an unprecedented event. As soon as it is deemed safe to return to providing normal services, we will again resume operations as normal.
Thank you for your understanding as we all navigate through this pandemic. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you for updates. Thank you for the prayers. I’m so proud of Page county sheriffs department. Please everyone stay safe and include them in your prayers.
Last I heard, we as citizens are supposed to social distance of atleast 6 feet and not be in groups of 10 or more people, is this still the case, or are we under orders of quarantine? Which this post would make perfect sense if that were the case. I'm all for safety and have a deep respect and care for first responders, but until those directives of not responding to calls and being able to pick and choose what calls your agency respond to, is not acceptable as a law enforcement agency. I will be in touch with the state vet and other federal agencies as time and situation permits. I personally feel that animal calls are absolutely not a low priority, and safety precautions could absolutely be implemented to respond to such calls and handled safely and effectively! This is not a personal attack on anyone, and this is all my personal opinion; I'm just not sure I can fully buy into the procedures put into place or if they are the correct way of handling things at this time. Stay safe and God bless.
Thank you for all you do ..it is hard times for everyone,and people need to pay attention and stay home . Unless need to be out . A good example is spring break in Florida, now there are young people sick, and they’ll carry it home to family and friends etc ,,BE safe
Thank you for the updates, and stay safe!👍🏼
Here’s a question. This past Friday morning around 11 I saw a white, blonde 40-50 something lady in a white SUV buy a ton of TP from Walmart and stuff her car with it with her teen daughters and Walmart has just sold out. About 30 min later I saw her selling the rebagged TP in the shoppers value parking lot. I wasn’t sure if this was illegal but it seems very wrong given the shortages that we have right now. Should I call you guys if I see her or anyone doing it again? I’ve heard after posting about how upsetting seeing this was, that this is illegal. I saw a sheriff car pass by but he didn’t do anything so I just finished my shopping and went on my way. I only saw her again cause I was checking various stores for sanitizer for my family
Update from the superintendent's office: PCPS has been working in consultation with various agencies regarding school closures due to COVID-19. While we are awaiting official guidance from local and state agencies, we would encourage families to plan for the likely event of an extended school closure beyond the original March 27th date. While we do not have an official announcement just yet, we want our PCPS families to be prepared for this strong possibility, as an official decision is likely to be made sometime next week. When, and if, that happens, more communication regarding our instructional plans will be forthcoming. There is no academic emergency right now, so do not feel pressured to begin teaching your students at home; however, if you want things for your children to do, we have lots of resources listed on our website, pagek12.org (click on the Covid-19 button). Right now, students only need to be enjoying the safety of their homes and an extended spring break. ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to the following Page County High School Basketball players on earning Region 2B All District Recognition! 1st team All Region- Boys: Senior, Chase Combs Girls: Sophomore, Leah Hilliar...
Please see attached regarding the county administration building.NOTICE: Page County Government Center will close doors to the public beginning Monday, March 23rd. Offices will be available to the public by telephone and email, and some offices with have access to the drive thru located in the back of the building. Contact information for all departments is listed below. #pagecova ... See MoreSee Less
NOTICE FROM PAGE COUNTY COMMISSIONER OF THE REVENUE AND TREASURER
Dear Page County Residents,
Our offices remain committed to provide you with superior service during the COVID-19 outbreak.
After much discussion our offices will be closed to the public beginning Friday, March 20, 2020 and will remain closed thru April 1, 2020. No visitors will be allowed. We will continue to monitor the situation and will post updates to keep our community informed. We take the safety and health of our taxpayers and staff very seriously.
Our offices will remain available to the public by telephone, email, mail, online services and the drive thru located at the Treasurer’s office on the lower level of the County Office building. Also, the drop box is conveniently located past the drive thru and is available 24 hours.
For detailed questions regarding our services please call the following numbers:
Commissioner of the Revenue:
Personal Property, Business License, Lodging & Meals Tax- 540-743-3840 Real Estate, Tax Relief for the Elderly, and State Income Taxes 540-743-4909 Land Use- 540-743-4802 Fax 540-743-1263 or Real Estate Department 540-743-5012
All services 540-743-3975 Fax 540-743-1473
Thank you for your patience and understanding during this difficult time for all. ... See MoreSee Less
For the time being, and until further notice, the public access to the Page County Circuit Court Clerk’s office will be restricted. Drop off and mail boxes at the Security entrance will be utilized. We will still be accepting filings and land recordings via those boxes and by mail. Payments on fines and costs can be made by telephone, via online payments (using the Virginia Supreme Court website) or by mail. The telephone hours will remain the same as of now. If you have questions or business to conduct please contact the office directly by telephone between 9am and 5pm. We thank you for your patience and understanding during this time. ... See MoreSee Less
From Valley Health - PMH.Effective March 18, 2020 visitation is suspended at all 6 Valley Health hospitals.
For the safety of our patients, visitors, staff and the broader community, hospital visitation is suspended.
End-of-Life Care - Compassionate care situations, including end-of-life care, will be handled on a case-by-case basis by the clinical administrator.
Approved Care Partners - Designated care partners will be approved on a case-by-case basis by the clinical administrator.
Women and Children's Units (at Winchester Medical Center) Labor & Delivery and Mother/Baby - Visitation is limited to one person with the proper ID band who may remain with the patient throughout labor and after delivery (24/7). Pediatrics – Visitation is restricted to one parent/caregiver at a time. This visitor may by on-site 24/7 and should confine themselves to the unit. Neonatal Intensive Care (NICU) – Visitation is restricted to one parent/caregiver at a time. This visitor may be on-site 24/7 and should confine themselves to the unit.
Tomorrow, meal deliveries are scheduled to leave PCHS and LHS at 9 a.m. However, because there are 13 routes we are unable to give exact delivery times to all locations. We appreciate your patience. Also, please keep in mind, any meal requests made AFTER 7 p.m. tonight will not begin until Wednesday. Please share. Thank you. ... See MoreSee Less
Please see the notice from the County Admin, regarding the closure of the recycling/compactor sites.NOTICE: Starting tomorrow, Tuesday March 17th, the Shenandoah and Springfield Solid Waste Convenience Sites will be closed until further notice. #pagecova ... See MoreSee Less
The landfill should stay open extra hours to accommodate the recycling centers closing
Please don't do this! People will litter all their trash and it will seriously damage the environment and wildlife! Please reconsider the consequences! This will only increase disease. Trash lying around is a bad public health risk too! People will just throw their trash in the easiest place too, and that is anywhere!
How does this make sense... it’s outside and you don’t have to be close to anyone..🤷🏻♀️🤷🏻♀️🤷🏻♀️
You DO know where this trash is going right??? SMH Why would you create MORE Problems???
I hope people will have some common since and perhaps burn there trash. Hopefully the law can loosen up on its fire ordiancances during this time so people can burn there trash.
From the Commonwealth Attorney’s Office/Courts
1)Yes, all Page County Courts are running on a normal operating schedule.
2) Our Office is completely open in service to the public. We will be so as long as the courts are operating in a normal fashion.
3) The courts have agreed to be very liberal with continuances. Simply not showing up for court or for subpoena is not acceptable. You must have your attorney file a continuance prior to court (or you may do so if you are not represented by counsel).
4) Please do not bring anyone with you to court or the courthouse who is not a necessary witness or party. Remember you are potentially exposing them and others to the virus.
5) Do not come to Courthouse if you are sick or exhibiting symptoms. Please call and notify someone of your condition.
6) Here is a link for information about courts.
Page County is not on the list.
Page county not on the list, scheduled today to bring my son for his license
Not sure if it's not loaded but I dont see page county listing
In an effort to continue feeding breakfast and lunch meals to all children, Page County Public Schools will be providing delivered meals to homes. All children 18 and under qualify for a free delivered meal - children do not need to be enrolled in Page County Public Schools. Children must be present at the time of delivery. Delivery times will be announced. Deliveries will begin this Tuesday and will take place Mondays through Fridays. Please go to our webpage and click the link to request a meal (FREE MEALS FOR STUDENTS) Or you can text or call 540-860-0848 to leave a message with the address for delivery, number of children at the residence, and any food allergies. We are an equal opportunity provider. ... See MoreSee Less
Effective immediately, the Administrative Offices and the Investigations office will be closed to the general public until further notice. Our staff will be available to help you by phone with your needs. If you need to speak with a deputy, we will be handling non-emergency calls by phone. Most reports can be taken across the phone with ease. You may call 540-743-6571 at anytime.
If you have an emergency, call 911 and we will still respond.
It is important that we preserve and protect those who protect you. While we are not going to stop the virus, we are trying to take steps to prevent further spreading of the virus. We feel that this measure will help protect our first responders.
PCPS: Notice to parents of students attending Page County Public Schools today- Students riding buses home this afternoon will arrive earlier than their usual drop off time due to low attendance. Please make plans to have an adult available to receive your child at the bus stop 15 to 25 minutes earlier than usual. Thank you, please share.
Due to the coronavirus, the Sheriff’s Office is asking that all criminal activities stop until further notice. Thank you for your anticipated cooperation in the matter. We will update you when we deem it’s appropriate to get on with yo bad selves.
Fauquier County resident here. Thank you for the laughs 😂😂😂
I live in another state but I'm originally from Virginia. A friend shared this and I got a good laugh out of it. Thank you for the laughs.
I literally saw this posted all the way in Texas and I had to go to your site to see if it was a real post. This is the best post I’ve seen so far! What a great sense of humor!!! Awesome. We need more people like this dept during this time!!
Awesome!!! Like it with yo bad selves. Just maybe the activities will Stop. Little laughter for Friday
Good one! Thanks for the laugh, we all needed it. Be safe out there..
It's important that we all keep a sense of humor through all of this. Thanks for the chuckle! 😂
Well that said you could stop arrestin and giving out tickets 😂
Good to know ya’ll have a great sense of humor! 😂
This got shared all the way to Indiana!! Great sense of humor!!
This is funny, I've ALWAYS thought that anyone that carries a weapon should have a good sense of humor.
I like it...Funny...To the Sheriff's Officers all across Virginia,be safe...
Fairfax County resident here! Thanks for a good laugh. Good to see our men and women in blue know how to make us laugh. Appreciate your sense of humor folks! Stay safe & be blessed 🙏🏼
Well there goes my weekend plans..
Love it!!! Seriously I can not believe how many times this has been shared!!!
Thank you for the chuckle I needed that today.
Ok I had to laugh at this one! That's a great way to make everyone smile today ❤️
LOL, a little levity goes a long way these days!
Your killing me lol i am in utah but ok for all the great guys and gals working. Sure
If the criminals get caught, somebody will notify where you can find their body where they committed suicide....
Well darn, there goes my Friday night plans🤣🤣🤣
This is the best thing I have seen all day!!! Love the humor.
Does this include the work from home criminal activities?
We're stopping criminal activities for today because it's Friday the 13th LOL
Also, stop buying all of the toilet paper with yo bad selves
The Page County Sheriff's Office is requesting assistance in locating RACHEL JUANITA STOCKNER. She is currently wanted for Failure to Appear on a felony offense. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Stockner, is asked to call the Page County Sheriff's Office at 540-743-6571.
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The Luray Girls team will be coming home this evening. A welcome home parade will take place through the town of Luray on Main Street from Bo's to the High School around 6pm if anyone would like to welcome the girls home! ... See MoreSee Less
Today members of my command staff and I met with Woody Brown, Director of Page County Emergency Management, about the Corona Virus and contingency plans for staffing and emergency response to any issues that may arise. At this time, the following measures are being put in to effect in order to protect our staff and our inmate population in the jail.
Effective immediately -
All work release inmates are being pulled from the field.
All church services and other community services in the jail are suspended.
All visitation is suspended.
Deputies and staff have been advised to use universal precautions and exercise personal protection while encountering individuals with flu like symptoms.
Mandatory routine cleaning and disinfecting of equipment and offices has been directed.
These measures will be in place until further notice. While we realize this causes concern, we must be proactive in protecting our staff and our inmates.
We will be re-evaluating periodically and re-instating services as we are able. We will keep you apprised as we know more.
We encourage citizens to practice good hygiene and common sense sanitation practices. We encourage you to visit the CDC website and research the virus on your own. Find factual information on the virus and keep up with new updates.
To keep spirits up, what kinds of communications can inmates receive? Phone, emails? Are you planning activities for the such as reading, cards or games, crafts, listening to podcasts or the radio? Just thinking of their psychological health, which may be precarious to begin with?
Thank you for your swift common sense and reasonable response. I wish the school board would have had the same decision making.
Sheriff Cubbage, as sad as I am that I will not be able to come to the jail to help with Bible Study, I applaud this decision. You are doing exactly the right thing and I commend you for prioritizing protection of the inmates.
Thank you for thinking ahead, being proactive will help in the long run for sure.
I like that this announcement reads...protecting staff AND inmates.
Things just like this is one of the reasons I voted for Mr Chad cubbage great job sir
Thank you for that to know
What about our court days ?
Thank you Chad Cubbage
Wow I guess school are next
Urine screens 3 days a week are still a go I'm assuming
There is currently a forest fire on Tanners Ridge Road about 1/2 mile from Skyline Lakes Subdivision. Shenandoah National Park Fire Fighters, Va. Dept. Of Forestry, Stanley Fire Department, Luray Fire Department and Page County Sheriff’s Office officials are on scene. Smoke is visible from several areas of the county. At this time, there are no structures in immediate danger. The situation is being closely and carefully monitored in case conditions change. Please avoid the area. ... See MoreSee Less
Gusty winds and rapidly lowering humidity will result in an enhanced risk of rapid wildland fire growth today. Humidity will drop below 30 percent across most of the region by this afternoon, with sustained winds of 15 to 20 mph and gusts up to 30 mph.
The combination of gusty winds and low humidity may allow small fires to rapidly grow if they escape control. Anyone with outdoor plans involving fire should use extreme caution today.
Though humidity will again be very low on Sunday, the winds will be much lighter. Thus, the fire danger will be lower. ... See MoreSee Less
Many thanks to Deputies Smoot, Good, Cook and one other who quickly responded to horses loose on South Antioch Road! Their response was quick, they went out of their way to safely keep the horses off the road and back to safety. Thank you very much!
Is this without any previous experience or certification in past