The Northend Greenway is envisioned to be a 2.5-mile shared use path connecting people in north Harrisonburg with places they want to go. From Virginia Mennonite Retirement Community, to residential neighborhoods, Eastern Mennonite University, Eastern Mennonite School, community centers, and more.
The Erickson Avenue/Stone Spring Road Connection is a 3.1-mile long project corridor developed to address the needs for improved street system connectivity, provide better east to west mobility, and address deficient capacity and critical safety concerns in the southern portion of the City of Harrisonburg.
On November 14, 2014, Parks and Recreation staff with the help of Conservation Services, planted 300 trees as part of a riparian buffer planting on Blacks Run.
On October 30, 2014, members of the Headwaters Master Naturalists helped construct a pollinator garden in Purcell Park.
This project will improve both sides of N Main St between Elizabeth Street to Wolfe Street with sidewalk reconstruction, addition of curb ramps, replacement of traffic signal poles, new pedestrian signal systems, new illuminated street signs, and new street lighting
Join the city for a public forum to discuss the Downtown Streetscape Plan at City Council Chambers (409 South Main Street).
The City was awarded a project grant from VDOT's Safe Routes to School Program and Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) for the construction of new sidewalks around Waterman Elementary School.
Central Stores is the City of Harrisonburg's central warehouse facility, handling a large inventory of janitorial, safety, utility and maintenance items.
The Adopt-A-Street program originated in the Virginia Department of Transportation in cooperation with the Virginia Division of Litter Control and Recycling and Keep Virginia Beautiful Inc. to help alleviate increasing litter problems.
Transportation Projects with the City have transportation components, but may also serve recreation, economic development, stormwater management, and/or other needs.