The Latest Updates on the City's Refuse and Recycling
The City of Harrisonburg is working on an ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) Transition Plan to form planning methods and document current accessibility deficiencies, to work to make Harrisonburg public facilities ADA accessible.
Sidewalk will be constructed on the south side of Country Club Road between Linda Lane and Spotswood Homes mobile home park.
City offices will be closed in observance of Indigenous Peoples' Day. Refuse for Monday, October 14 will be collected on Tuesday, October 15.
City of Harrisonburg offices will be closed for a half day on Wednesday, November 27, 2024.
City of Harrisonburg offices will be closed in observance of Election Day. Refuse for Tuesday, November 5 will be collected on Wednesday, November 6.
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 project will construct approximately 1,200 feet of sidewalk on the east side of Reservoir Street from Dutch Mill Court to the Harrisonburg Crossing shopping center entrance to fill gaps in the pedestrian network.
This project creates a modified Restricted Crossing U-turn (RCUT) at the intersection of Pear Street and Erickson Avenue to improve safety and operations at this intersection
Sidewalk will be constructed on the west side of Sterling Street between Elizabeth Street and the existing sidewalk north of Gay Street.