Botetourt County Planning Reopening June 1

May 5, 2021

Full Release Available Here Botetourt County Planning Reopening June 1 May 3, 2021 (Botetourt County, VA) – Botetourt County plans to physically reopen its libraries and administrative offices on June 1 as long as pandemic conditions do not significantly worsen. Libraries and offices have provided public services online, by phone or curbside since physically closing (more…)

Roanoke Valley Broadband Authority Celebrates Milestone Anniversary, Five Years of Community Service

April 26, 2021

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Munters Group AB to Invest $36 Million in Botetourt County

March 25, 2021

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Botetourt County Booster Clubs Working to Offer Spring Recreation Sports with County Support

February 8, 2021

The Botetourt County Department of Parks & Recreation is pleased to announce that it has reached a conceptual agreement with the County’s volunteer Booster Clubs for the clubs to offer youth baseball and softball sports this spring with County support. Booster Club leaders and County staff are currently working out details of the plan. “Recreation (more…)

County Announces Master Building Official Appointment

January 11, 2021

January 11, 2021 (Botetourt County, VA) – Botetourt County has announced the appointment of Jim Whitten as Master Building Official and Development Services Manager effective January 1, 2021. In this role, Whitten will carry out the duties of building official for the County and oversee the Development Services staff, including supervising the County Engineer, building inspectors, (more…)

County Reorganizes Departments to Promote Additional Efficiency and Effectiveness

December 31, 2020

Botetourt County has announced a number of departmental organizations as a result of focused efforts to identify ways to improve the local government organization and increase the County’s efficiency and effectiveness. These changes provide the County with ways to better meet changing community needs and service expectations. Departments directly affected are Maintenance, Recreation, Community Development, (more…)

Amy Stinnett White Appointed to Board of Supervisors

December 22, 2020

At the Board’s regular meeting, Buchanan District representative I. Ray Sloan, announced his resignation from the Board of Supervisors effective December, 30th, and nominated Amy Stinnett White to the remainder of his term through December 31, 2021. “I have no idea how I could have found a more capable person to take my spot on (more…)

County Awarded Fast Track Broadband Grant to Increase Broadband Accessibility

December 17, 2020

Botetourt County Awarded a CARES Act Grant from the Governor’s Fast Track Broadband Program to Increase Local Broadband Accessibility $570k to go towards new local CBRS Fixed Wireless Solution December 17, 2020 (Botetourt, VA) – Botetourt County today announced that they have received a Fast Track Broadband grant in the amount of $569,808 to help increase (more…)

County Offices Moved to Greenfield

December 7, 2020

Botetourt County offices have completed their moves to the Botetourt County Administration Center (Greenfield Education and Training Center) at 57 S. Center Drive, Daleville, VA 24083. Last year, the County announced the relocation of a number of offices from the Town of Fincastle to the Center in Daleville. County Administration and Economic Development were able (more…)

Board of Supervisors and School Board Partner for Upgraded HVAC Systems in Schools

October 16, 2020

In continued support of the partnership between the Botetourt County Board of Supervisors and the School Board, the Supervisors have allocated nearly $300,000 of the County’s Federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act funding for the purchase and installation of new plasma generators for the HVAC systems in Botetourt schools. The Botetourt County (more…)