Membership organization that works to promote the cultural and historic heritage and tourism opportunities of Rappahannock County as well as its retail, dining, hospitality and other Rappahannock-based business offerings, online at rappahannock.com/visit-rappahannock and with an annual printed tear-off map distributed throughout the county. Contact BizRapp at firstname.lastname@example.org.
290 Gay St Washington VA 22747
379 Gay Street Washington, VA 22747
Foothills Forum is tackling the need for more fact-based, in-depth coverage of the issues we care about in Rappahannock County. We’re a nonprofit, independent group promoting community engagement, research and solutions. We invite every voice to the table.
311 Gay St., #2H, Washington, VA 22747
Working to establish itself in the coming year as a “village” organization dedicated to helping the county’s seniors stay in their homes as they age (a model established by more than 140 “village” organizations around the country with the same mission), Rapp at Home seeks volunteers and others interested in the mission. Contact planning coordinator Ken Gray at 540-422-1535 or email@example.com.
567 Mt. Salem Ave., Suite 3, Washington VA 22747
164 Weaver Road, Amissville VA 20106 540-937-3336
Rappahannock County has the
traditional County Board of Supervisors form of
government. The County has five voting districts that are
decennially revised based upon population: Hampton,
Jackson, Piedmont, Stonewall-Hawthorne, and Wakefield.
One supervisor is elected from each district.
County has a County Administrator, Deborah A. Keyser, who acts as the Zoning and Subdivision
Administrator. The Rappahannock County Planning
Commission and Board of Zoning Appeals are administrative
agents for the County and the Circuit Court,
respectively. They direct the administration of the
Zoning, Subdivision and Erosion and Sediment Control
290 Gay Street P.O. Box 519 Washington, VA 22747
The Rappahannock County Democratic Committee works toward a government at federal, state and local levels which fairly represent the interests of the persons within Rappahannock County, whether rich or poor; supports and fosters public institutions, including the public schools, that improve the quality of life in the County; responds sensibly to the needs of the unfortunate among us; and encourages the participation of all Democrats, as well as all those who share the Democratic perspective, in the political process.
General meetings are held on second Saturday of each month, from 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. at the Washington Town Hall in Washington, VA. All meetings are open to the general public. For more information, go to www.rappdems.org or call Chair Ross O'Donoghue at 540-987-8019.
383 Porter St, Washington, VA 22747 (540) 675-5300
LifeLong Learning and Workforce Training Classes and Programs
11669 Lee Highway Sperryville VA 22740