This will likely be the only opportunity to comment on this current, and hopefully final, version of an ordinance.
VDOT will host an informational meeting and accept comments on the design Tuesday, June 28, 2022, 4-7 p.m.
We are the first stewards of the water that travels from our springs into our streams, through our fields and towns and eventually into the Chesapeake Bay.
If you’ve been considering solar, Solarize Shenandoah is a one-stop-shop to find out how you can incorporate solar on your property.
The scenic area designation creates a special area within the larger national forest where the forests, vistas, and drinking water supplies would be preserved, while logging and industrial development such as gas drilling and pipelines would be prohibited.
The proposal adds a lane to southbound I-81 on the median side of the highway from mile marker 295 to 300 and connects to another project already in the works that extends the acceleration lane for vehicles entering southbound I-81 from westbound I-66.
A big thanks to all who spoke and submitted comments for the March 8 public hearing for the Cape Solar project north of Luray.
Please attend the public hearing on Tuesday, March 8 and express support for the planning commission’s suggested conditions.
Attendees will learn about solar installation options and how solar can fit and complement existing agricultural operations.
The Valley Treasure award seeks to recognize community members whose exceptional work, substantial contributions, service and commitment to conserving the natural resources, cultural heritage, and rural character of our region stands out.
July 13 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm