The proposed FY 2016-2025 Capital Improvement Plan is available for review on the County’s website. The CIP is a planning tool that is used as a guide for future capital spending over the next 10 years in the areas of Public Utilities, Stormwater, and General Government (Parks & Recreation, Public Building & Facilities, Public Safety, Transportation, Public Schools, and Economic Development). The proposed FY 2016-2025 CIP totals $59.5M (5 Yr.) and $168.3M (10 Yr.) for all funds. The proposed CIP is developed by the County Administrator in conjunction with county departments and local service partners. It is presented to the Planning Commission who reviews, edits, adopts the plan and forwards its recommendation to the Board of Supervisors for final review, editing, and adoption following a public hearing. The first year of the adopted CIP is proposed for consideration in the County’s operating and capital budget.
The Equine Services Directory is a publication by the Department of Economic Development, and is used to promote those businesses serving our local equine industry. Economic Development seeks to encourage and promote the equine industry through this effort. Those businesses wishing to be included in the brochure may call 757-356-1962. The document is updated annually and is available in digital format.
SMITHFIELD, Va. – St. Nick knows if you’ve been naughty or nice.
Visit him at the Isle of Wight County Museum for our annual An Evening with St. Nick from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 5.
Additionally, the museum, decorated for the holidays, will host a reading of Clement Clarke Moore’s ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas”. Crafts, refreshments and silent auction round out the evening, which is free and open to the public. This event is perfect for families! Learn More
County of Isle of Wight 1st half 2014-2015 Real Estate and 2014 Personal Property tax bills due December 5, 2014 have been mailed. If you own Real Estate and/or Personal Property and did not receive a tax bill, please contact our office immediately to determine if you owe any tax. State law requires that Real Estate and Personal Property taxes not paid by December 5, 2014 will incur penalty and interest. Failure to receive a tax bill does not relieve penalty and interest. A postmark of December 5th is required to avoid penalty and interest. Click here for more info.