With funding provided through a community development block grant from the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development, Appomattox County continues to address unmet housing needs from the EF-3 tornado that struck the County in February 2016.
The “Partnership for Healthy Communities”, a community health collaboration that includes Centra, Centra Foundation, Community Access Network, Central Virginia Piedmont Health District, the Bedford Community Health Foundation, Greater Lynchburg Community Trust, and United Way of Central Virginia is undertaking a community health analysis for our region.
The Census defines Traffic Analysis Zones (TAZ) as special-purpose geographic entities delineated by state and local transportation officials for tabulating traffic related data from the decennial census that is used for transportation modeling exercises.
In partnership with Campbell County Schools, C&C Piping & Fabrication, Lynchburg’s Regional Business Alliance and the Region 2000 Workforce Development Board, CVCC conducted a welding competition among high school, college and professional participants.
Photo by: Lathan Goumas
WASHINGTON – Virginia businesses and residents affected by the severe storms and tornadoes in the City of Lynchburg on April 15, 2018, can apply for low-interest disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration, Administrator Linda McMahon announced today.
The Region 2000 Services Authority was awarded a Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA) program achievement award for landfill operations at the Region 2000 Regional Landfill – Livestock Road Facility in Campbell County, Va. Clarke W. Gibson, P.E., director; Larry Hall, operations manager; and Robert Arthur, environmental compliance and safety manager, head the Authority’s operations team.