Wednesday, 17-Dec-2014 16:51:54 EST
Posted May 19, 2014
The following streets will be milled and paved. Project begins on Thursday, May 22, 2014.
Posted March 11, 2014
A special election will be held on November 4, 2014, in the Town of Bedford to elect four members to Town
Council for the unexpired portion of the term of each of the four present council members whose terms
expire on December 31, 2016.
Persons interested in becoming a candidate for this election may contact the Bedford County General Registrar or the Virginia State Board of Elections website at
for information on becoming a candidate.
The deadline for candidates filing for a 2 year term is 5 p.m. on August 15, 2014.
Charles T. Walker, Secretary
Bedford County Electoral Board
Bedford County Office of Elections
122 E Main Street, Suite 204
Bedford, VA 24523
Utility bill estimator, Energy Depot, and more tools ...
Posted 30 October 2008
Check out our Utility Bill Estimator Page! Put in your meter size (water or electric), your location, and click "calculate". Works whether you're a Town or County resident, residential or commercial/industrial. This can help for budgeting especially with the cold winter months. If you decide that you'd like to discuss our budget plan, please contact the Utility Billing office and they can get you more information and help get you set up on a budget.
Provided by our partner AMP-Ohio, these tools let you look closely at the consumption for your heat pump,
appliances, and more. Find out how much money you can save with insulation, an upgraded furnace, or
replacement windows. Estimate your bills in a variety of scenarios. Fin out the latest about CFC bulbs,
energy credits, and much, much more. You'll want to bookmark this site ... it will help you take charge
of your energy consumption and save money. Note: this link will direct you off of the Town of Bedford
website; the Town is not responsible for the content of outside websites.
Contact: Electric Department
Posted November 24 2014
Recent Virginia winters have been cold and snowy, and many people had power outages. It's so important to be winter-ready that the
National Weather Service and the Virginia Department of Emergency Management have set aside Nov. 30 - Dec. 6 as Winter Preparedness Week
No matter the predictions, a significant winter storm is always possible. With an El Nino weather pattern expected this season, there could be a wetter than normal winter. And El Nino winters can be snowier if atmospheric conditions are right...just like the winter of 2009-10. Remember: an important part of winter weather planning is being prepared to stay where you are until conditions improve. To be ready, take these steps:
Posted March 4, 2014
Cop Camp is set to start July 7, 2014. Help us to make this our most fantastic year of camp! This will
be our tenth year celebration and we would like to have our largest group ever! In 2013, due to the contributions from businesses
and private individuals, we were able to increase our camp size from 125 children to 150 children. Your help is greatly appreciated
in getting us to an even larger group of children.
Donations Are Appreciated! These are the items that are needed for camp. An inexpensive donation of one of these items goes a very long way in helping us make it through the week! Drop your donations off at the Police Department.
Camp is free to all children and a daily lunch along with beverages throughout the day will be provided.
Registration will begin Tuesday, April 29, 2014 at 7:30 a.m. at the Police Department. YOU
MUST COME TO THE DEPARTMENT FOR REGISTRATION.
Bedford Police Department, 215 E. Main Street, Bedford VA 24523, Phone: 540-587-6011
Another new service by your Bedford VA Police Department: Try this link www.raidsonline.com to see what crimes are occurring in the Town or in your specific neighborhood. To start, type Bedford, VA in the address block, then use the drop down menus to query the crimes and the dates that you want to see. Currently, data has been loaded back to May 1, 2013 and is uploaded every morning. If you have difficulty call us at 540-587-6011 and Lt. Foreman will walk you through the process.
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