The Pittsylvania County Board of Supervisors has prioritized getting more information to the public, which is why they elected to create and fill a new Public Relations position. For the Board, it's important that citizens not only know what decisions are being made and progress is happening, but why those changes are occurring and why they matter. 

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  1. Caleb Ayers

    Public Relations Manager
    Phone: 434-713-5974

  1. Pittsylvania County Spring Baseball to Proceed with Safety Precautions

    After being forced to cancel the past few sporting seasons due to COVID-19, Pittsylvania County Parks and Recreation will move forward with spring baseball in 2021. The season will run from the middle of May through July 17. Read on...
  2. Pittsylvania County continues to negotiate Cool Branch funding and coverage with Franklin County

    Pittsylvania County continues to negotiate with Franklin County regarding funding and coverage areas for the Cool Branch Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad. County leaders are determined to find a fair resolution soon. Read on...
  3. Tipping Fee Waived at Pittsylvania County Landfill through May 14 after Severe Winter Weather

    After the severe winter weather that slammed our region on February 13, downing trees and power lines and leaving many without power, Pittsylvania County leaders decided to waive tipping fees for storm debris at the landfill through May 14. Read on...
  4. Pittsylvania County apologizes for confusing reassessment letter, seeks to clarify misinformation

    Pittsylvania County apologizes for the confusing letter about the 2022 reassessment that was sent out this week and seeks to clarify misinformation and misunderstandings about this. Read on...
  5. Pittsylvania County Offices Closed on February 18

    All Pittsylvania County offices will be closed on February 18 due to the severe winter weather that is coming to our region. This storm is projected to be even more severe than the previous week's. Read on...
  6. Pittsylvania County Declares Local State of Emergency for Upcoming Winter Weather

    The Pittsylvania County Board of Supervisors declared a local state of emergency in preparation for projected severe winter weather during their Tuesday night meeting. Read on...
  7. Registrar's Office Moving to New Elections and Training Center

    Effective February 22, the Pittsylvania County Department of Elections and Voter Registrar is moving into the new Pittsylvania County Elections and Training Center, located at 18 Depot Street, Chatham, VA 24531. Read on...
  8. Black History Month 2021

    In honor of Black History month, learn about some of the most impactful African-Americans in Pittsylvania County. These individuals fought for and spearheaded significant social change and progress.
  9. Board of Supervisors give laptops to county resident DCC students

    Utilizing $150,000 in CARES Act funds, the Pittsylvania County Board of Supervisors provided laptops to hundreds of County residents that attend Danville Community College on Friday. Read on...
  10. Pittsylvania County Board of Supervisors Hold Productive Day of Meetings

    In its first time meeting in the newly renovated ECC auditorium, the Pittsylvania County Board of Supervisors held a productive day of meetings on Tuesday. Learn More
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