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The City of Harrisonburg and all departments are closely monitoring the latest information and recommendations concerning the Coronavirus, or COVID-19.


COVID-19 Testing Clinics:

Use the Virginia Department of Health COVID-19 testing clinic website to find the next available testing clinic near you. Type in your zip code, and the next available clinic will appear. If you register through the website, you are guaranteed to be tested even if the event closes early due to a high amount of walk-ins.


COVID-19 Vaccination:

The Virginia Department of Health has provided this website to provide information on the COVID-19 vaccination. 

All residents are encouraged to continue wearing a mask if they have not been vaccinated, and to stay home if sick.

If you are interested in receiving a COVID-19 vaccine, please visit the upcoming clinic page.

For VDH's latest information about the vaccine, including frequently asked questions, visit their information page.


Fact sheets - How can you stay safe from COVID-19 variants? English [167KB]Image file - Spanish [174KB]Image file - Arabic [132KB]Image file


Attention Renters: If you have struggled to pay rent during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Virginia Rent Relief Program may be able to help.


Harrisonburg City Council meetings: Starting Wednesday, January 12, all Harrisonburg City Council meetings and any other Harrisonburg public body meetings will be held virtually due to an increase in COVID-19 cases in our area.

Harrisonburg has seen a dramatic increase in COVID-19 cases as of January 11, 2022, with at least 1,112 confirmed cases since January 1. This number does not include any cases confirmed by take-home COVID-19 tests. All residents are urged to receive their COVID-19 vaccination or booster shot, and to wear masks when in the presence of another in public.


A phone line will be live at 540-437-2687 during meetings where residents will be allowed to call in and speak with City Council during the Public Hearings and the Public Comments portion of the night’s meeting. Residents also may provide comment prior to the meeting by visiting this page:

Residents additionally may watch meetings live on:


Those wishing to do business with the City can access many services online or by phone. Those who are interested may choose to pay their City of Harrisonburg bills online or by mail. Visit and scroll to the bottom of the page for online payment options. You also can mail payment to our office at City of Harrisonburg, Treasurers Office, P.O. Box 1007, Harrisonburg, VA 22803-1007. You also may call 540-432-7701. A dropbox is available outside City Hall and the Harrisonburg Department of Public Utilities on Beery Road for those wishing to drop payments off.


The Harrisonburg Department of Public Transportation is waiving all fares for transit and paratransit customers at this time. The City’s bus and paratransit service is currently operating as scheduled, and the majority of routes throughout the City are unchanged. Riders must wear a mask when riding. All riders should enter and exit the buses using the rear doors, unless they need to utilize the ramp or receive ADA assistance. Call 540-432-0492 for more information. Learn more about safety efforts being made by the Harrisonburg Department of Public Transportation.


The Virginia Department of Health offers a statewide hotline at 877-ASK-VDH3 (877-275-8343), which serves residents Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 6:00pm, and Saturday from 9:00am to noon. Local health departments continue to provide resources for services and information. Contact information for local health departments is available at


COVID-19 updates from the State of Virginia

Latest Updates from Sentara RMH

James Madison University - Stop the Spread Dashboard

Latest Updates from the Virginia Employment Commission on Unemployment Insurance (Please visit their website for more.)


Social Gatherings and COVID-19:


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