Monday, 09-Dec-2013 01:08:31 EST
Posted 18 November 2013
Notice is hereby given of a public hearing notice to be held by the Town Planning Commission at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, December 5, 2013 and by the Town Council at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, December 10, 2013 at the Town Municipal Building, Council Hall, 215 E. Main Street for the following purposes:
Information regarding these rezonings is on file in the office of Planning & Community Development.
Anyone who is in favor of or opposed to these requests will have an opportunity to express their view at this hearing.
By the Authority of the Planning Commission and Town Council of the Town of Bedford.
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
Starting in July of 2013, there will be major changes to your utility bill
As a part of the agreement for the Town of Bedford to become the Town of Bedford on July 1st, the Town will no longer provide or bill for water and sewer. Instead, this will be handled by the Bedford Regional Water Authority (BRWA), a new consolidated water authority that will serve both the Town and the County. The Town will still provide electric service, trash pickup and recycling. What does this mean for you?
The BRWA offices will be located at 1723 Falling Creek Road, Bedford VA 24523.
They can be reached by phone at 540-586-7679 or on the web at: www.bcpsa.com.
The Town utilities office will still be located at 215 E. Main Street, Bedford VA 24523. They can be reached by phone at: 540-587-6047 or on the web at: www.bedfordva.gov.
More Changes to Come
The Town of Bedford website remains in transition to a new format this Year
We'll be getting a new GIS site soon and of course there will be small changes
as we transition to Town status in July. Look for more on-line forms and more
information as we go along!
Posted 28 April 2013/p>
Please bear with us during the implementation while we move all of our pages over. We apologize for any
inconsistencies and inconvenience as we make this important transition. Please contact us if you have
Contact: Corey Crompton, IT Manager
Posted 07 October 2013
The intersection of Woodhaven Drive and U.S. Highway 460 will be closed beginning October 9th for a period of approximately 120 days (weather permitting)
for a project to re-align the intersection to improve safety and accessibility. Bedford County in coordination with the Virginia
Department of Transportation (VDOT) are undertaking this project which, when completed, will connect Woodhaven Drive to Field Road then
to U.S. Highway 460. The project's construction contractor is Counts & Dobyns, Inc of Rustburg, Virginia.
During the construction phase residents will need to utilize Industrial Avenue to State Route 122 for access to U.S. Highway 460. Bedford County regrets the inconvenience this may cause. The County will inform you of any significant changes to this project should they occur, and thank you in advance for your patience and cooperation.
Please click here for project rendering.
Text Alerts, Emails, Pages, and Newsletters
Posted 25 January 2010
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