Staunton will host 1,600 cyclists June 26-28 for the Bike Virginia Tour. Nearly 700 participants will camp on the Staunton Crossing campus, the tour headquarters.
Montgomery Hall Park has been added to the Virginia Landmarks Register and has been nominated for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places.
Get the complete schedule for summer entertainment at the Gypsy Hill Park bandstand, including the lineup for Bluegrass in the Park and more.
The City will receive a $10,000 cash prize to further promote the restoration of Virginia’s state tree in Staunton, thanks to the Augusta Garden Club & the Garden Club of America.
Sarah Skrobis has been named the director of library services for the Staunton Public Library, succeeding Ruth Arnold who will retire at the end of June after 26 years.
The Staunton Public Library will hold a three-part genealogy workshop series during the month of June. The Library is also offering a new research tool for those seeking more info about their ancestry.
Matthew Sensabaugh was honored with an award by a national organization for his outstanding work in horticulture and service to the community.
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The City has launched a redesigned website with new features to help keep you informed. Be sure to update links to pages you previously bookmarked on the City's site.
The City's dedication to planting and caring for trees has earned national recognition from the Arbor Day Foundation.
A $300,000 FEMA grant has provided the Fire Department a tremendous opportunity to modernize its life-saving equipment with minimal impact to the City’s budget.
Rodney Rhodes has been named senior planner for the City of Staunton. Rhodes has a 26-year career in local government, working in various planning and zoning roles in Virginia.