Waynesboro

2 days ago

Waynesboro, VA - City Hall

For more than two decades the retaining wall and steps leading to the historic and city-owned Plumb House have crumbled to the point that several years ago, access to the front door was blocked entirely over safety concerns. I am pleased to share that thanks to City Council’s support, the replacement of the wall, steps and access to the front door of this important historic and cultural piece of Waynesboro’s history is now underway. Built between 1802-1804, during the time of Thomas Jefferson’s presidency, the Plumb House serves as the oldest wood frame building still standing in Waynesboro. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Good to see this being done, protecting history instead of destroying it

3 days ago

Waynesboro, VA - City Hall

Responding to citizen concerns is paramount to an effective government. Over the next several weeks you will notice the following signs appearing alongside medians that are often times frequented by individuals asking for donations. We respect and care about all citizens, including everyone’s safety at intersections. We also want to ensure that our community and its visitors are aware of the many worthwhile not-for-profit resources that serve our region, and our city. Thank you. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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About time before someone got hurt.

1 week ago

Waynesboro, VA - City Hall

If you would like to work with us, or any of the departments here in the region, you have to take this regional firefighter test. The Regional Firefighter Testing will be held Tuesday, March 26, 2019 at the Rockingham County Fairgrounds. The deadline to register is March 18. Learn more: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/harrisonburg/jobs/2342945/regional-firefighter-testing ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

Waynesboro, VA - City Hall

This fire could have ended much differently had residents not been alerted by smoke alarms. We commend those who were home for their quick actions and remind everyone to give space heaters space, making sure they are free from obstructions. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

Waynesboro, VA - City Hall

Run the Valley
Introducing the 2019 Medals for a Cause...five medals, for five amazing Run the Valley races. Earn them all and your "sole" will be complete. If you miss a race, no worries, we have a great way for you to complete your collection AND make a difference in your community. Individuals are able to make a donation to the race charity and recieve a medal, while supplies last. Check out the new webpage below to learn more, including information about each of the wonderful charities we will be working with in 2019. Happy Running! http://www.runthevalley.com/medals-for-a-cause/
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Rider Representative Wanted for BRITE Transit Advisory Committee!

The BRITE Transit Advisory Committee (BTAC) is seeking a committed and engaged rider representative. The BTAC is a group of stakeholders dedicated to improving BRITE bus service in the areas of Staunton, Augusta County, and Waynesboro. This is a volunteer position, and representatives should attend and actively participate in meetings. The BTAC meets bi-monthly at the Central Shenandoah Planning District Commission Office, 112 MacTanly Place, Staunton, VA 24401.

Please submit an expression of interest in writing to Devon Thompson via email or mail by February 1, 2019 (if submitting by mail, postmarked by February 1):
devon@cspdc.org
112 MacTanly Place, Staunton, VA 24401

In the expression of interest, please include what routes you ride, why you ride, and how often you ride. Also, include other community organizations that you are apart of.

The selection of the rider representative will be considered by members of the BTAC, who may want to talk in person.

(The BTAC ensures nondiscrimination and equal employment in all programs and activities in accordance with Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. If you have questions or concerns about your civil rights in regard to this program or require special assistance for persons with disabilities or limited English proficiency, please contact BTAC at 540-885-5174. Sign language or non-English language interpreters will be provided if needed and requested in advance of any meeting by contacting the BTAC.)
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Rider Representative Wanted for BRITE Transit Advisory Committee!

The BRITE Transit Advisory Committee (BTAC) is seeking a committed and engaged rider representative. The BTAC is a group of stakeholders dedicated to improving BRITE bus service in the areas of Staunton, Augusta County, and Waynesboro. This is a volunteer position, and representatives should attend and actively participate in meetings. The BTAC meets bi-monthly at the Central Shenandoah Planning District Commission Office, 112 MacTanly Place, Staunton, VA 24401. 

Please submit an expression of interest in writing to Devon Thompson via email or mail by February 1, 2019 (if submitting by mail, postmarked by February 1): 
devon@cspdc.org 
112 MacTanly Place, Staunton, VA 24401

In the expression of interest, please include what routes you ride, why you ride, and how often you ride. Also, include other community organizations that you are apart of. 

The selection of the rider representative will be considered by members of the BTAC, who may want to talk in person. 

(The BTAC ensures nondiscrimination and equal employment in all programs and activities in accordance with Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. If you have questions or concerns about your civil rights in regard to this program or require special assistance for persons with disabilities or limited English proficiency, please contact BTAC at 540-885-5174. Sign language or non-English language interpreters will be provided if needed and requested in advance of any meeting by contacting the BTAC.)

The Planning Department will be holding a public input meeting to learn more about residents' ideas and concerns for the lower Basic City area (west of Delphine Avenue). The meeting will be held at Wenonah Elementary School on Wednesday, January 30th at 7:00 PM. If you have comments, but can't attend, contact the Planning Department at 540.942.6604 or planning@ci.waynesboro.va.us.

This meeting is not connected to any immediate plans or projects, but is meant to help City officials better understand resident needs in the neighborhood as they look for ways to improve the area.
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The Planning Department will be holding a public input meeting to learn more about residents ideas and concerns for the lower Basic City area (west of Delphine Avenue). The meeting will be held at Wenonah Elementary School on Wednesday, January 30th at 7:00 PM. If you have comments, but cant attend, contact the Planning Department at 540.942.6604 or planning@ci.waynesboro.va.us.

This meeting is not connected to any immediate plans or projects, but is meant to help City officials better understand resident needs in the neighborhood as they look for ways to improve the area.

 

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Chanda E McGuffin good for the Civic Action team to go to.

Sharon M Fitz

Wasn't there some budgeted money towards the landscaping of main roads in this area? And if so , was it used yet or is this part of what they want input on?

I'm there. I don't see anything on the calendar preventing me.

More playgrounds- a play ground near the greenway!

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4 weeks ago

Waynesboro, VA - City Hall

Your Weekly Waynesboro- a guide to what's going on in #WaynesboroVA #LiveLikeaLocal http://www.visitwaynesboro.net/186/Weekly-Waynesboro ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

Waynesboro, VA - City Hall

You've got a little bit longer to take advantage of this service.The trees get mulched or used as fish habitat in area waterways. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

Waynesboro, VA - City Hall

Snow plow crews are out in the City. Please drive cautiously, don't drive distracted and don't end up like this person in the Salem, Virginia area!!! ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Kaitlyn Rutherford

If you are lucky enough to be behind a VDOT truck after a snow storm don't be dumb enough to run into them. Keep your distance.

**Leave and Storm Debris Collection**

The Department of Public Works continues to collect leaves and curbside storm debris. Leaf collection crews are currently in Area 3 and Debris Collection Crews are in Area 7.

The ice storm generated an enormous amount of debris in our area and city staff continue to work overtime to make sure both leaf and debris collection are completed. We appreciate your patience as the city works to complete this valuable service to Waynesboro City residents.
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**Leave and Storm Debris Collection**

The Department of Public Works continues to collect leaves and curbside storm debris. Leaf collection crews are currently in Area 3 and Debris Collection Crews are in Area 7.

The ice storm generated an enormous amount of debris in our area and city staff continue to work overtime to make sure both leaf and debris collection are completed. We appreciate your patience as the city works to complete this valuable service to Waynesboro City residents.Image attachment
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