Due to the more than 30% increase in COVID-19 cases recorded in the County since July 1st, including a large concentration in the Town of Abingdon, the second floor of the Washington County, Virginia’s Government Center Building will be closing to the public.
Beginning Monday, July 20, 2020, the second floor of the Washington County Government Center Building will be closed to the public until further notice. This closure will encompass the offices of the County Administration, Economic Development, Budget & Finance, County Attorney, Zoning, Building & Development Services, Recreation, and the Voter Registrar. County staff will continue to work in the office and telework when possible.
Similar to other state and local agencies, meetings with the public will be held on an appointment only basis. For our citizens convenience two drop boxes are available in the rear of the Government Center Building for submissions of zoning or building permit applications, etc.
Regular Board of Supervisor meetings will continue to be open to the public while utilizing maximum social distancing requirements.
Washington County is committed to protecting the health and safety of both its citizens and staff during this pandemic.