Land Use and Transportation
The scenic beauty of the Shenandoah Valley has attracted people for centuries, with its mountains, rolling farmland and historic towns. Local land use and transportation decisions play a significant role in maintaining — or diminishing — the beauty and character of the Valley.
The Alliance mobilizes citizens to get involved in planning commission, board of supervisor and city council decisions. Local planning can help protect our rural character— working farm and forest lands and historic battlefields- and encourage new growth to the Valley’s historic towns and cities.
Current Land Use and TransportationProjects
Make comments on Mt. Clinton Pike improvements
We applaud city staff for their effort to reimagine this intersection another time after their first plan that included a roundabout was not competitive for funding.
Linden Sheetz back on the table, but no decision yet.
The Sheetz proposal and the need for a new location for a bus stop for the Apple Mountain Lake community have become entwined in an unreasonable way.
Route 340 Designation That Almost Wasn’t!
No matter the season, there is always something to delight when traveling on either Highway 211 or 340.