What's New on our Fauquier County web site:
NEW! - Wasteline Newsletter. (11/17/15)
NEW! - INSIDE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT quarterly newsletter. (10/30/15)
NEW! - Fall Conservation Newsletter. (10/16/15)
NEW! -View land development information in Fauquier County via the Land Development Online Portal.
NEW! - Zoning Ordinances Amended Through August 13, 2015
NEW! - On Going: The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) program provides training, employment and educational opportunities for eligible, low income youth and adults. WIOA Representatives will be at The Work Place Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. (07/29/15)
NEW! - Fiscal Year 2016 Adopted Budget (06/26/15)
NEW! - From the Sheriff's Office: Identity Theft Resource Guide (04/29/15)
NEW! - Fiscal Year 2014 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) (12/16/14)
NEW! - Enhancing Neighborhoods & Farms - John Marshall Soil & Water Conservation District (JMSWCD) has state and federal funding to help restore the Thumb, Carter and Marsh Run watersheds and enhance properties within those areas of Fauquier County.(10/30/14)
NEW! - FTP site now available for GIS related information. This site contains a collection of our GIS library data layers in ESRI Shapefile and Geodatabase format.
NEW! - The Comprehensive Plan has been amended through June 12, 2014
NEW! - Watch Fauquier County’s Economic Development Attraction Video!
NEW! - Fauquier County Staff is conducting a survey of local farmers to get a better understanding of agricultural trends and needs in Fauquier. If you own or lease farmland in Fauquier County, please take a moment to complete this survey. (04/10/13)
ONGOING - Fauquier County’s 150th Anniversary of the Civil War: By the mid 1800’s, tensions between the North and South…read more... (03/16/11)
ONGOING - The WorkPlace is Hoppin'! (Ongoing)
ONGOING - Please share your feelings about your recent interaction with Fauquier County staff by answering our County Services Survey
ONGOING - Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program - This program is handled by the Community Touch, Inc (CTI) organization in Bealeton, VA. CTI has been awarded this grant to help those who are about to become homeless or are already homeless. HPRP is about homelessness. Click
here for more information.