1. Recycling Changes Coming

    Recycling Changes are coming due to the Chinese market issuing a ban on the import of 24 types of solid waste, which is affecting recycling nationwide. Read on...
  2. Radford City Public Schools Feeding Schedule

    Radford City Public Schools is participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Read on...
  3. Historic Figures Project

    Radford City Council approved the Radford Historic Figures Project at the Monday, May 14, 2018 City Council Meeting. The project will result in a monument recognizing Radford's Historical Figures, such as Governors Dalton and Tyler. Read on...
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    Horticulture Crew Begins Spring Beautification

    Horticulturist Carly Dove and her team have begun Spring Beautification in Radford. Efforts include plantings of annuals (petunias, angelonia, lantana and ornamental peppers.)
  5. Memorial Day Closings:

    City Offices will be closed for Memorial Day, the schedule for the offices are as follows: Read on...
  6. Invitation to Bid Reassessment

    The City of Radford will accept proposals from qualified contractors to supply and/or perform services listed in Section X of the procurement package and identified herein as PROCUREMENT ITEM: Read on...
  7. Sparky's Run Closed For Repairs Beginning May 21

    Sparky’s Run Dog Park will be closed beginning May 21 through July 2 for repairs. Read on...
  8. Memorial Day Sanitation Schedule

    City Offices will be closed Friday, May 25 and Monday, May 28 for Memorial Day. The sanitation schedule is as follows: Read on...
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    Radford Names New Economic Development Director

    The City of Radford announced that Blair Hoke will serve as its Economic Development Director. Read on...
  10. HVAC RFP

    The Radford Recreation Department is seeking proposals for their HVAC Maintenance service contract. Read on...
  11. Boards and Commissions Openings

    The City of Radford is seeking citizen representatives to serve on various Boards and Commissions. The organizations listed below have terms coming to an end. Read on...
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    Radford EMS Receives Training Funding through Mount Rodgers Workforce Development

    The Radford Fire and EMS Department received training funds through the Mount Rodgers Workforce Development Council to train seven employees as Emergency Medical Technicians. Read on...
  13. Opportunity

    Radford to be Considered an "Opportunity Zone"

    Radford is one of the communities being forwarded by the Governor to the U.S. Department of the Treasury to be considered an “Opportunity Zone”. Read on...
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    Radford Student Wins VML "If I were Mayor" Contest

    The Virginia Municipal League held its annual “If I were Mayor” essay contest. The Region Two winner was a Dalton Intermediate School Student, Kaydence Addison. To read her essay see below. Read on...
  15. Radford Ranked as One of the Safest Cities in Virginia

    The National Council for Home Safety and Security just announced their 2018 ranking of the Safest Cities in Virginia and Radford made the list. Read on...
  16. Drop Center to Move

    The Drop Center on Seventeenth Street will be relocated on April 1, 2018 to accommodate the expansion of RadVa Corporation. RadVa has supported hosting the drop center since 1992, but now needs the space for business expansion. Read on...
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