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Bland County was formed in 1861 out of parts of Wythe, Tazewell, and Giles Counties.  The County of Bland was established by an act of the General Assembly of Virginia on March 30, 1861 and is named for Richard Bland, a leader of Colonial Virginia.
"The Franklin Police Department is a value driven organization committed to excellence and will partner with the community to make Franklin a better place in which to live, learn, visit, and conduct business."
The Hampton Roads Planning District Commission (HRPDC), is one of 21 Planning District Commissions in the Commonwealth of Virginia, it is a regional organization representing the area's sixteen local governments. Planning District Commissions are voluntary associations and were created in 1969 pursuant to the Virginia Area Development Act and a regionally executed Charter Agreement. The HRPDC was formed in 1990 by the merger of the Southeastern Virginia Planning District Commission and the Pe...
Comprised of locally elected officials, the commission has the organizational structure and leadership in place to determine how new regional money - approximately $200 million annually - will be invested in transportation projects.  The 23-member commission consists of mayors from local governments, state legislators from the region and area Commonwealth Transportation Board members. Decisions are based on a two-thirds majority vote of elected officials on the commission, representing at lea...
The Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization (HRTPO) is the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), a federally mandated policy body for transportation planning, for the Hampton Roads area. It is responsible for planning and programming for the Hampton Roads Metropolitan Planning Area (MPA).  
Surry County, Virginia one of the oldest regions settled in the New World lies only a brief ferry ride from Jamestown. Surry's attractions not only span three centuries of history, but also includes 20th century Surry Nuclear Power Station and Information Center as well as the environmental Hog Island wildlife management area. In addition to the public attractions, 16 privately occupied structures in Surry are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Today's Surry County provides a mon...
Sussex County was formed in 1754 and named after Sussex County, England.  Settlement of Sussex County started prior to 1700 when people began to move south of the Blackwater River.  Sussex County is located in the south central region of Virginia.  The county is 45 miles southeast of the capital city Richmond, 25 miles from the tri-cities area that includes Petersburg and Hopewell.  Washington D.C. and Baltimore are within a few hours drive, while Boston and Atlanta a...
The Town of Ahoskie "The Only One", as a municipal government, seeks to promote, encourage, and support a high quality of life for all its citizens. As a rural community that relies heavily upon its faith based and family oriented communities, as well as its heritage, Ahoskie embraces the diversity of all its citizens. Through the development of quality services, the Town of Ahoskie will work diligently to pursue service delivery that will be cost effective and efficient - Town Friendly - while ma...
Smithfield has many of the charms associated with Hampton Roads communities, including 18th & 19th Century architecture, a revitalized historic downtown, and all the character of a former colonial seaport. According to the Virginia Landmarks Register, Smithfield is "perhaps the best preserved of Virginia's Colonial seaports."
In the heart of Isle of Wight County , at the crossroads of Routes 460 & 258, lies the quaint Town of Windsor, Virginia. Founded in 1902, the town of Windsor is situated in the vibrant Hampton Roads region. With several area schools and local businesses it is the ideal town for families and individuals alike. There are plenty of sites to see in Windsor and the surrounding Isle of Wight county, including a mini-museum, area attractions, historic sites, fishing and camping areas, accommodations ...
Created by the General Assembly in 1984, the Virginia Resources Authority (VRA) provides innovative, cost-effective and sustainable financial solutions to build vibrant and healthy Virginia communities.