Your help is needed in shaping Staunton's future. Share your thoughts on the City's Comprehensive Plan priorities during a Public Input Open House on May 4.
Staunton will celebrate Bike & Walk to Work Day on May 19 with a Commuter Breakfast and Celebration from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. You can participate by biking or walking to work.
Streets around the City will be closed intermittently for repaving through early May. See the full list of streets, and be prepared for detours and minor delays.
The City's dedication to planting and caring for trees has earned national recognition from the Arbor Day Foundation.
The City has launched a redesigned website with new features to help keep citizens informed. Learn about the site's new features.
The 2017 general real estate reassessment went into effect on Jan. 1. All real estate in the City is reassessed every two years.
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.
Overdue fines will be waived April 9 through 15 in honor of National Library Week.
City Council has begun the process of reviewing the FY 2018 proposed City budget. The budget is scheduled to be adopted on April 27.
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.