Harrisonburg's Stormwater Improvement Plan (SWIP) is intended to be a long-range visionary plan that incorporates the City's stormwater needs to achieve regulatory compliance.
Open-house meeting at the Community Activities Center to share conceptual designs for the Garbers Church Road Shared Use Path.
The Friendly City Trail Shared-Use Path consists of sidewalk and shared-use path (SUP) improvements along Garbers Church Road, and between Garbers Church Road and Westover Park.
A Harrisonburg Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan Public Meeting will be hosted at Keister Elementary School cafeteria (100 Maryland Ave, Harrisonburg).
Per the City’s Subdivision and Zoning Ordinances and the City’s Design and Construction Standards Manual (DCSM), the City requires that a Traffic Impact Analysis be conducted for any planned development expected to generate 100 or more peak hour vehicle trips.
Stormwater Utility Fee Credit Manual, credit application forms and appendix documents you will need to complete a Non-Residential Credit Application.
The Stormwater Utility Fee Credit Manual, credit application forms and appendix documents you will need to complete a Residential Credit Application.
In 2015, the City of Harrisonburg was awarded a grant from the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (VA DEQ)'s Stormwater Local Assistance Fund (SLAF) for the design and construction of regenerative stormwater conveyance and a dry swale along East Market Street.
The Plan's overall goal is: "To present an easily communicable, comprehensive vision for the public streetscape in Downtown Harrisonburg that can be utilized by public and private agencies to further develop and sustain a vibrant downtown."
Public Works will hold a public meeting on April 6 at 320 East Mosby Road to get feedback about a future transfer station.