Rockingham County Local Land Use
The Alliance works to connect community goals outlined in the Rockingham comprehensive plan to land use rules for new development. We participate in land use planning, with an eye on how the zoning changes will preserve Rockingham County’s rural lands, distinctive towns, traditional rural economic sectors and high quality of life.
Mixed News about Rockingham Park Expansion
Both proposals include the need for expansive parking lots, would increase traffic in an already congested part of the county, and are not in keeping with the park’s purpose.
Rockingham Comp Plan Survey is Live, Meetings Scheduled
It is important that Rockingham County folks participate so that this plan is a true reflection of what residents want for their community over the next 20 years.
We did it! No truck stop in Mauzy.
At last night’s meeting, the Rockingham Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to deny the rezoning request to make way for a truck stop in Mauzy.
Tell Rockingham Supervisors – NO TRUCK STOP IN MAUZY!
The Rockingham County Board of Supervisors must hear that county residents are opposed to a rezoning to make way for a truck stop!
Rockingham Planning Commission Recommends Approval for Truck Stop
Disappointingly, the Rockingham County Planning Commission voted 3-2 to recommend approval of a rezoning request to make way for a truck stop in Mauzy.
A truck stop in Mauzy? No!
Rockingham County officials are considering an application to rezone more than 30 acres of Agricultural Reserve to make way for a large-scale truck stop in Mauzy near Smith Creek.
Rockingham solar ordinance and policy approved
The board-approved ordinance retains the county’s preference for locating solar development in areas already developed with commercial and industrial land uses.
Rockingham ordinance prepared for new solar proposals
The Rockingham County Board of Supervisors is now considering a new solar ordinance and policy for utility solar energy facilities.
Shenandoah Mountain National Scenic Area
The NSA designation will officially communicate to decision-makers that we want the things we cherish about Shenandoah Mountain sustained for generations and protected from threats to the clean air, water and habitat it provides.
Rockingham Board of Supervisors Plans Committee to Update County Solar Energy Ordinance
Last night, after several weeks of study and discussion, The Rockingham Board of Supervisors decided to pause their decision on [...]