Craig County will be having their annual Christmas Parade on Saturday, December 2nd, 2017 at 6:00 pm. Everyone please come join us in celebrating the season. The parade begins at the Fairgrounds and then follows Route 311 to Main Street, ending at the Courthouse.
Santa will be available at the end of the parade for photos (parents take photos, no photographer, no fee) with the children on the Courthouse steps.
No rain date, parade will be held no matter the weather!!
Entries in the Parade: All individuals, groups and organizations are welcome to enter in the parade. No fee, no pre-entry form or information required. Just be at the New Castle Fairgrounds to line up at 5:00 pm. Fairgrounds are located just off Route 311 (Salem Ave.) and Kanawha Street which is the second right after you enter New Castle from Roanoke. Be at the Fairgrounds at 5:00 pm to line up for the parade. If you have questions, please call Kathy Jones at the County Administrator’s Office in Craig (540)864-5010.
WE HOPE TO SEE EVERYONE THERE!!!
Craig County Board of Supervisors will hold their meeting December 7th, 2017 at 6:00 pm. Enter the Courthouse at the Court Street entrance. The meeting is upstairs in the Courtroom.
Ninth District Congressman Morgan Griffith will have a representative to hear citizen comments every month, 10 am to 12 noon every First Tuesday of the Month in the County Administrator’s Office 2nd Floor Conference room at 108 Court Street in New Castle. The public is encouraged to come by. No appointment is necessary.
The Craig County Board of Supervisors will meet each month on the first Thursday of the month.
Meeting Time: 6:00 pm
Location: Craig County Courthouse, enter at the Court Street Entrance, the meeting is in the Court Room on the second floor.
Governor Terry McAuliffe has arranged throught eh Virginia Tourism Corp. to visit New Castle, on Friday January 5th, 2018 at 12:30. He expects to visit the new Loveworks Sign at the Town Park and the Old Brick Hotel, allowing 30 min. for his visit.
This is part of the Governor’s effort to visit every county in the state.