UPDATED: Get DMV Services at City Hall May 20May 6, 2019
DMV services will be accessible to residents at City Hall on May 20. DMV Connect allows residents to access nearly all DMV services without going to the DMV.
Vet Tech Program Builds Partnerships, FriendshipsMay 5, 2019
Staunton connections, local partnerships and friendships build camaraderie and excellence in Blue Ridge Community College's veterinary technology program.
Share Your OpinionsApril 10, 2019
Staunton residents and property and business owners are invited to rate city services and operations in the 2019 citizen survey. The survey closes on June 15.
Sewer Line Safety Inspections BeginMay 17, 2019
As part of its ongoing safety program, Columbia Gas will conduct sewer line safety inspections in some Staunton neighborhoods. They will continue throughout the year.
Dollar General InformationMay 13, 2019
View the materials submitted by JMB Investment Company, LLC regarding a special use permit to construct a Dollar General store on Springhill Road.
Celebrate Bike & Walk to Work DayMay 9, 2019
On May 17, the Staunton community will celebrate Bike & Walk to Work Day. Biking and walking commuters can have breakfast, win prizes, enjoy music and more.
GHP’s Main Road Partially Closed May 16 for Party in the ParkMay 7, 2019
A portion of Constitution Drive, the main loop that runs through Gypsy Hall Park, will be closed to vehicle traffic on Thursday, May 16 for Party in the Park.
Appointments to City Boards, Commissions and Committees: January – March 2019May 2, 2019
See the list of appointees to City boards, commissions and committees for the first quarter of 2019.
UPDATE: Pipeline Challenge Submitted to Federal Appeals CourtApril 23, 2019
Six months after City Council voted to authorize participation in a challenge to the construction of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, a brief has been filed on behalf of the City in a federal appeals court.
City Hires Chief Financial OfficerApril 22, 2019
The City of Staunton has hired Phillip Trayer as its CFO. Trayer, who currently works for Spotsylvania County Public Schools, will join the City on June 1.