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The Town Office will be closed Friday, January 17 (Lee-Jackson Day) and Monday, January 20 (Martin Luther King, Jr. Day).
The Shenandoah Crossing and Fellowship Square subdivisions will begin land disturbance on Tuesday, January 14, 2020. The Town Code allows construction between the hours of 7:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. Questions about site activity can be directed to Assistant ...
The Town of Berryville’s 2019 Fiscal Year Audit is now available under “Audits” on the Treasurer’s page of the Town website:
The Town of Berryville has received several concerns about the presence of large flocks of starlings roosting in various neighborhoods. In hopes of abating some of the concerns, the Berryville Police Department will be conducting disruption acti...
Second Amendment Resolution Discussion
The Berryville Town Council has been asked to review and adopt a resolution declaring the Town a “Second Amendment Sanctuary.”
At its meeting on January 14, 2020, the Council will discuss ...
Work has begun to update and expand the John Rixey Moore Playground in Rose Hill Park.
The work will involve:
- Removal of the existing playset
- Installation of a new playset designed for children between the ages o...
RESIDENTS OF BLUE RIDGE STREET ONLY
The manner in which refuse and recycling are collected on your street will change.
Effective December 12 (the next collection day), the Town’s contractor will back down the street to eliminate the need...
TOWN OF BERRYVILLE
Effective March 2, 2019, the Town of Berryville will no longer accept glass as a part of its curbside recycling collection program.
Tectonic shifts in the global recyclables market are forcing localities across the United Sta...
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