The City of Harrisonburg is regulated under the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality's MS4 Permit program.
Learn how to volunteer for city projects like stream clean up, adopting streets, and adopting hydrants.
Household hazardous wastes are defined as leftover household products that contain corrosive, toxic, ignitable, or reactive ingredients.
The city holiday trash collection schedule is available online. Save or print the web page for reference of holiday trash collection changes in Harrisonburg for 2024.
Harrisonburg was just recognized by the League of American Bicyclists with a Bronze Bicycle Friendly Community award!
By law, pet owners must pick up their pet's waste off public properties and the property of another private owner.
The City of Harrisonburg's Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan provides a framework for developing and implementing bicycle and pedestrian transportation in the City of Harrisonburg.
To request the closure of a public street for any scheduled event of a non-emergency nature, please fill out the street closing application form.
Report broken signs and signal lights by using the online forms or contacting the Public Works Department.
Resources to find information about trash and recycling pickup.