The landfill receives waste from Rockingham County and the City of Harrisonburg totaling approximately 130,000 tons per year.
Meetings are held at the Lucy F. Simms Continuing Education Center, 620 Simms Avenue.
The Bicycle and Pedestrian Subcommittee works to identify needs and opportunities for making Harrisonburg more walk and bike friendly.
The City is separated into the east and west sections with leaf trucks assigned to each section on alternating weeks. Citizens are asked to rake their leaves out to the curb or the edge of the roadway.
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.
The Bluestone Trail is a 1 mile shared-use path.
In 2002, the City of Harrisonburg and other interest groups created a plan for the area around Blacks Run. This plan was developed in hopes that the building of a greenway would increase the water quality and aquatic life of the stream.
Contact information for reporting pollution in the City.
The City of Harrisonburg is regulated under the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality's MS4 Permit program.