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Jun 05

Roanoke Recap - June 5, 2020

Posted on June 5, 2020 at 11:42 AM by Melinda Mayo

Welcome to "Roanoke Recap," a blog to keep citizens informed about city news and events! If you are reading this blog for the first time and wish to receive an email notification when a new blog is posted, please contact us.

Treasurer, Commissioner of Revenue Offices Re-open to Public

The City Treasurer's Office and Commissioner of the Revenue Office will re-open to the general public on Monday, June 8, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. DMV Select services will not be available. Citizens may access the Municipal Building lobby using the Church Avenue entrance, after checking in at the gray tent. Those who have mobility issues are asked to enter on the 2nd Street side of the building, and take the elevator to the 2nd floor. More information about this re-opening can be found here or use this link to visit our website and learn more about how our City will reopen.

City Invites Applications for Star City Strong Recovery Fund Task Force

At its June 1 meeting, Roanoke City Council established a Task Force to make recommendations to Council regarding the use of the Star City Strong Recovery Fund. City residents interested in serving on the Task Force are asked to complete an application, which can be found on the City’s website and submit it no later than 5 p.m. on June 11.  Read more about the Recovery Fund and the application process at this link. here.

Citizen Input Invited on Conceptual Design for Transit Transfer Station

Conceptual design elements for a new Transit Transfer Center are now are now available for viewing. Click this link to see conceptual renderings of the new facility. Community members are invited to provide comments on the illustrations by sending the City an email with the subject line: ROANOKE TRANSIT TRANSFER STATION. More information about the Transit Transfer Center can be found here.

Roanoke's Waterways and You

Please complete this survey to help us create a Clean Water Legacy for future generations. The survey should take 5-7 minutes of your time, and the results will help the City of Roanoke's Stormwater Utility plan and develop programs to improve the quality of the City's waterways.