Welcome to the Grayson County, Virginia Government website. We are located in beautiful Southwestern Virginia. You will find contact information for all of the departments and services on our website. Please feel free to use our website for info. about Grayson County, Virginia located in The Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GRAYSON COUNTY NEWS & HAPPENINGS 

 

***Reporting a Missing or Damaged Road Name Sign***

To report a missing or damaged road sign, call or email:

7 Days a week 24 hours a day Email: acox@galaxva.com

Mon - Fri 8am -5pm Phone: 276-236-5122 Opt 1

If sending an email or leaving a voice mail, be sure to provide:

. The name of the intersecting roads,
. Your name and contact information

To report missing or damaged traffic signs (e.g., STOP), 24/7, call 1-800-FOR-ROAD (800-367-7623).
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We have some roads that are currently closed to through traffic in Grayson County due to wash outs.

Rte 756, Dixie Road – closed in middle of route, approx 0.8 miles from either end
Rte 696, Summerfield Road – closed approx 0.4 miles from Carsonville Road
Rte 644, Winding Road – closed approx. 0.3 from Ivanhoe Road
Rte 694, Bird Song Road – closed approx. 0.4 mile from Pine Mountain Road
Rte 651, Leafwood Road – closed approx. 0.3 mile north of Briar Patch Road
Rte 689, Mountain Breeze Road – dead end accessible by 4x4

If you see other road related hazards that need immediate attention please call VDOT at 1-800-367-7623 (FOR-ROAD).
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VDOT has done a great job trying to get all the roads passable for us! Big shout out to them!

Summerfield road is open winding road is open. leafwood road is open. Mountain breeze is open

Grayson County Senior Advocacy Committee representatives Sandy Troth & Amelia Bland-Waller accept the AARP Certification at the Governor's Conference on Aging held in Roanoke on May 22, 2017. Pictured l-r are: Jim Dau - AARP Virginia State Director; Natalie Snyder - AARP Virginia Program Specialist; Sandy Troth and Amelia Bland-Waller - Grayson County representatives. The Grayson County Senior Advocacy Committee explores creative solutions for providing specialized services to the growing geriatric population in the County and make recommendations to the County to further enhance the quality of life of its senior constituents. ... See MoreSee Less

Grayson County Senior Advocacy Committee representatives Sandy Troth & Amelia Bland-Waller accept the AARP Certification at the Governors Conference on Aging held in Roanoke on May 22, 2017.  Pictured l-r are:  Jim Dau - AARP Virginia State Director; Natalie Snyder - AARP Virginia Program Specialist; Sandy Troth and Amelia Bland-Waller - Grayson County representatives.  The Grayson County Senior Advocacy Committee explores creative solutions for providing specialized services to the growing geriatric population in the County and make recommendations to the County to further enhance the quality of life of its senior constituents.