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Upcoming Events

Tue Sep 23 @ 9:00AM -
Board of Supervisors Meeting
Tue Oct 07 @ 8:00AM -
Building & Grounds Committee
Thu Oct 09 @ 8:00AM -
Economic Developmenet Committee
Tue Oct 14 @ 7:00PM -
Board of Supervisor Meeting
Wed Oct 15
Water Meter Readings
Mon Oct 20 @ 8:00AM -
Fire & Rescue Committee Meeting
Welcome to Wythe County Virginia
County Seeking Poll Workers PDF Print E-mail

The Wythe County Registrar's Office is seeking poll workers for the upcoming election.

To notify the county of your interest in serving as a poll worker, please click on the link below and fill out the form:

or contact the Wythe County Registrar's Office: (276) 223-6038 / This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Last Updated on Tuesday, 02 September 2014 08:09

Wythe County planning officials are in the process of forming the county’s five-year comprehensive plan and are asking for the public’s input in formulating the details of the document.  CLICK HERE to fill out the 20 question survey.

Last Updated on Monday, 30 June 2014 13:22

Wythe County's Joint E-911 Communications Center will be implementing a citizen emergency notification system July 1, 2014.

Though the county's E-911 center already has residents' landline numbers, you will need to sign-up to receive emergency alerts on your mobile devices and email.

CLICK HERE to register your email and mobile device to receive emergency notifications.

VIDEO of Board of Supervisors Meetings PDF Print E-mail

YouTube videos of the Wythe County Board of Supervisors meetings are viewable on YouTube at the following link:

(DISCLAIMER: The above link will redirect you to another website, not controlled by the county)

Wythe County Road Signs and 911 Addresses PDF Print E-mail

A 911 address is critical for fire department, rescue squad, and law enforcement officers to respond in case of an emergency. This address is often used by residents for receiving mail and package deliveries and for providing directions to one’s house. Every house, business, industry, religious building, school, etc. in Wythe County has a 911 address. In order for the 911 address system to operate effectively, there must be road signs at intersections throughout Wythe County and 911 address numbers must be visible on houses.

The Wythe County Board of Supervisors requests your assistance in identifying damaged or missing 911 road signs throughout the county. Each intersection in Wythe County should have a road sign. Citizens are asked to call the Wythe County Administration Office at 276-223-4500 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and report any missing or damaged road signs. Please advise if the sign is missing, has been knocked down, or is otherwise damaged. As these signs are critical for the safety and welfare of Wythe County citizens, please contact the Sheriff’s Office if you see or have knowledge of anyone vandalizing or stealing road signs.

In addition, the Enhanced 911 Emergency Telephone Ordinance requires that each owner display the 911 number assigned to the building. If the number on the building is not visible from the road, it must also be posted at the entrance to the property such as on a post or mailbox.

The Wythe County Board of Supervisors appreciates your assistance in identifying missing or damaged road signs and helping our emergency responders by posting 911 addresses on your homes and businesses. Should you have any questions about the Enhanced 911 Emergency Telephone Ordinance, please contact Ikey Davidson at (276)-223-4521.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 28 May 2013 15:53
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