Community Center Public Hearing 08/10/2021

NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Town of Goshen Town Council will hold a Public Hearing on Tuesday, August 10th at 6:30 P.M at the Goshen Public Library located at 1124 Virginia Avenue to solicit public input on local community development and housing needs in relation to a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) regarding a Community Service Facility project in our community.

Information on the amount of funding available, the requirements on benefit to low – and – moderate income persons, eligible activities, and plans to undergo a CDBG Planning Grant feasibility study will be disclosed. Additionally, information regarding future funding for the facility will be presented. All citizens are encouraged to attend and provide comment on both the current and past use of CDBG funds. For additional information, please call Goshen Town Hall at 540-997-5545.

If you plan to attend and have special needs requirements, please call the number listed above.

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WELCOME TO OUR TOWN  

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Town Hall on Main Street ~ Goshen, VA

The Town of Goshen, located in Rockbridge County, VA,  is 19 miles northwest from Lexington and 30 miles southwest of Staunton. State Routes 42 and 39 intersect at a point in town where picturesque Mill Creek meets the Calfpasture River, merging to form the Maury River. Centrally located to Lexington, Staunton, Clifton Forge, Warm Springs and Hot Springs.  Approximately 400 residents now call the Incorporated Limits of Goshen home.

Goshen Pass, four miles from town, is a natural wonderland perfect for hiking, fishing, picnicking, kayaking, swimming, camping, photography and much more.

George Washington National Forest and Goshen-Little North Mountain Wildlife Management Areas border much of the town and are accessible by numerous state forest service access roads and hiking trails.

Goshen has had an interesting history as a resort town and industrial center and is a popular destination for genealogists,  historians,  and those simply seeking a quiet, slower pace of  life.  Come and enjoy!

 This facility is operated in a nondiscriminatory basis with regards to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status, age or handicap. Complaints of discrimination may be sent to the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture, Washington D.C. 20250