Veterans Advisory Board Meetings – June 13, 2022 and June 16, 2022

The Veterans Advisory Board will gather on Monday, June 13, 2022 at 4:30 pm to place flags in honor of Flag Day at Abingdon Visitors Center on at 208 West Main Street, Abingdon, Virginia

and Thursday, June 16, 2022 at 5:15 pm in the Arthur Campbell Room, First Floor, Town Municipal Building
133 West Main Street, Abingdon, Virginia.

For information, please contact: Kim Kingsley, CMC (276) 628-3167

Notice of New Traffic Pattern/Signalization

The existing lane configurations at the Main Street(US-11) / Pecan Street intersection will be retained and an additional signal phase will be added. This phase will allow westbound traffic to begin moving prior to eastbound traffic, with a green ball for through traffic and a green arrow for left-turn traffic displayed. This will increase westbound left-turn traffic present near the front of the queue when the eastbound signal is red.  After a short period, the green arrow will end and green ball indications will be provided for both eastbound and westbound traffic. Westbound left-turns will then need to wait and yield to eastbound traffic before proceeding safely during this time period.

All motorized and pedestrian traffic in and around the Main Street/Pecan Street intersection area should use caution and be aware of the new traffic pattern and signalization.

The Town appreciates the patience and understanding of all residents, businesses, and motorists during this time as we strive to minimize inconveniences.  If you have any questions or need additional information, please contact Michael Surrett (msurrett@abingdon-va.gov).

 

Notice – Tax Delinquency Program

NOTICE TO ALL TOWN OF ABINGDON RESIDENTS

The Town of Abingdon implemented a new delinquency collection program focusing on utilities, real estate and personal property taxes with Taxing Authority Consulting Services, P.C. (TACS).  The delinquent taxpayers pay for the 20% collection fee charged by TACS, and the Town will pay no fees for the service.

In collecting these accounts, TACS may pursue all means of collection authorized by law, including judicial sales, attachment of wages or other assets, seizure of personal property, or other Court proceedings.