The IMAP is an interactive map that allows anyone with cell phone or computer access the ability to view all Public Works-approved Public Access Permits taking place on or within City property or public right-of-way.
The Liberty Street Project will create safer routes for travelers in Downtown, enhance area streetscape aesthetics and increase transportation and trail connectivity for community members and visitors, among other benefits.
Harrisonburg Public Works will welcome the community to a special event Thursday, June 1, at 11:00am, as the City moves forward on construction of its new Public Works administration building at 320 E. Mosby Road.
If you’re thinking about going solar, here are resources that give you information about the basics of solar energy and your solar options.
This project will reconfigure University Blvd (0.7 miles) and Evelyn Byrd Avenue (1.3 miles) by converting the streets from 4 lanes to 2 vehicle lanes, a center turn lane and bike lanes to provide access management and improve safety.
The Environmental Performance Standards Advisory Committee provides guidance and recommendations to City Council in the establishment of environmental performance standards for public development and redevelopment projects, and will encourage the private sector to meet these standards as well.
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.
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."
The City of Harrisonburg is holding a Design Public Hearing at Pleasant Valley Elementary School to inform the public about the Pleasant Valley Road Improvements Project.