Letter from the County Administrator - Fall 2019

Work continues on improvements to the Shenandoah Farms Sanitary District. This past year saw the completion of two rural addition road improvement projects:
  • Rural Addition Project – Tomahawk Way – Phase II – Rural Addition CIP VDOT Priority #1 - 0.25 miles (Mountain View Section). Project improved existing road to minimum VDOT standards.
  • Rural Addition Project – Old Linden Road – Phase I – Rural Addition CIP Internal Priority #2 - 0.11 miles (Mountain View Section). Project improved existing road to minimum VDOT standards.
These improved roadway sections have been added to the State Highway System for maintenance and will allow Sanitary District funds to be used to maintain and improve other roads.

Capital Improvement Plan Update - FY 2020/2021

Each year the Shenandoah Farms Sanitary District (SFSD) updates it’s Capital Improvement Plan (CIP).  The CIP which contains 20 projects, includes VDOT Revenue Cost Sharing projects as well as internal projects funded entirely by the Sanitary District.

Road Construction Gets Underway: April 5, 2017

The Shenandoah Farms Sanitary District (SFSD) is pleased to announce the start of the Pine Ridge Rd., Phase I Rural Addition project.  This project extends from the intersection with Mountain Lake Drive, Route 694 to the intersection with Copenhaver Road.   The Pine Ridge Road project is being constructed concurrently with the Copenhaver Road, and Western Lane, Phase I Rural Addition projects.  All three projects total approx. 0.51 mile in length and once completed will extend to the intersection with Old Oak Lane.

Letter from the County Administrator - Winter 2016

Work continues on improvements to the Shenandoah Farms Sanitary District.  This past year saw the completion of three rural addition projects including:
  • Farms Riverview Road - (0.10 miles)
  • Fellows Drive - Phase II (0.15 miles)
  • Drummer Hill Road - Phase I (0.27 miles)
These improved roadway sections have been added to the State Highway System for maintenance and will allow Sanitary District funds to be used to maintain and improve other roads.  In total, since taking over management of the District on July 1, 2010, a total of eleven rural addition projects have been completed resulting in permanently turning over 2.53 miles of roadway to the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) to maintain.  This will allow us to use those maintenance funds on other roads in the District.

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