Urban Development Areas Proposal
Please click here to view the Urban Development Areas Proposal.
Warrenton's High Quality Drinking WaterIn response to a recent news story, we thought we would bring your attention to our most recent Water Quality Report and our clean review from the Virginia Department of Health.
Town Cemetery Vandalism Report is AvailableThe historic Town Cemetery report from the act of vandalism on April 12, 2017 is available. It is attached here.
here to view the concept plan for intersection improvements. Click here to view concept plan for corridor improvements.
Kids Day & Linger Longer in Old Town WarrentonJoin us on 5th Street this Saturday, August 5th, to enjoy Kids Day at the Farmers Market (8AM-Noon) and the PATH Foundation intern project Linger Longer (7AM-2PM). There will be kids activities, board games, photo opportunities, seating, wider sidewalks, & more. All ages welcome!
Warrenton Ranked #21 of the best places in Virginia to start a small businesshttps://endedu.com/blog/best-100-towns-virginia-starting-small-business/
Farmers Market Fresh Bucks ProgramRead about the success of the Farmers Market Fresh Bucks Program here for the Generation Fresh Progress Report.
Introducing Bark BoulevardStarting Monday, August 28, dog owners can help turn the top of Culpeper St. into Bark Blvd. as part of a week-long Experience Old Town Warrenton celebration for four-legged friends. All week anyone with a dog photo, past or present, is welcomed to place a photo along the wall of Culpeper St.
In keeping with its goals for a healthier, more physically active citizenry, the Town recently completed a Health Impact Assessment (HIA). The complete HIA and the visual presentation by its author, Margy Eastham, are attached here. HIA click here.
application and forward by mail to Elizabeth Gillie, PO Box 341, Warrenton, VA 20188 or electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Walk Your Warrenton ProjectThis summer the interns at the PATH Foundation chose to showcase Warrenton in their class project titled "Walk Your Warrenton." To learn more, please watch their video on the project:
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