Public Works is hosting workshops in City Hall to provide resources on the Harrisonburg Conservation Assistance Program (HCAP).
Citizens with concerns about drainage issues that have caused or are threatening damage to private properties may utilize the Drainage Improvement Program to request City-funded improvements.
The City will be hosting a volunteer tree planting opportunity at Northend Greenway. Members of the community are invited to participate in the tree planting event.
The objective of the Virginia Department of Transportation's STARS (Strategically Targeted Affordable Roadway Solutions) Program is to develop comprehensive, innovative transportation solutions to relieve congestion bottleneck and solve critical traffic and safety challenges throughout the commonwealth
The public comment period for the Draft Phase 2 Chesapeake Bay TMDL Action Plan is September 23 - October 8, 2019.
Stretching from an area near the railroad tracks on Mount Clinton Pike and ending at Suter Street in the northern end of the city, the 0.6-mile-long greenway is completely paved and open to all.
This project will connect Thomas Harrison Middle School to Westover Park by a 2,100 linear foot shared-use path. The Cale section of the Friendly City Trail will also connect Bluestone Elementary and Harrisonburg High School.
The City of Harrisonburg, along with consultant group DESMAN, will host a public forum focused on improving parking options in Downtown.
The study includes information about existing parking supply and usage, as well as short- and long-term supply and demand forecasts for parking in the downtown area.
South Main Street (Route 11) is a major arterial route with observed operational issues at the intersection of Erickson Avenue/Stone Spring Road, which has several major left turning movements, as well as existing safety concerns on the corridor extending to the south.