The Sussex County Board of Supervisors considered and adopted the updated 2022 Richmond-Crater Hazard Mitigation Plan on August 18, 2022. Upon adoption by all participating jurisdictions, the plan will become the official plan for the region.
The Sussex County Board of Supervisors will consider adoption of the updated 2022 Richmond-Crater Hazard Mitigation Plan on Thursday, August 18, 2022 at 6:00 P. M. in the General District Courtroom – Sussex Judicial Center, 15098 Courthouse Road, Sussex, Virginia 23884.
The regular Board of Supervisors meeting has been rescheduled due to forecasted inclement weather.
In the Circuit Court of the County of Sussex, Virginia in RE: Petition for Special Election to Fill a Vacancy on the Board of Supervisors of the County of Sussex.
Dates: July 12-16, 2021 For Youth Ages: 9-13.
Due to Inclement Weather conditions the County offices are on a 2-hour delay.
Mother Nature is sending another round of cold, wintry weather across Virginia. It's important for all of us to stay safe but diligent and protect our four-legged friends. Great information can be found below regarding what the law in Virginia requires for all pet owners.
CARES Act assistance application may assist for bills dated March 1, 2020, to December 30, 2020, and may not be used for past due amounts prior to this time period or after this time period.
The County of Sussex, Virginia is in need of consulting management services relative to the implementation of two (2) major redevelopment projects, the Pocahontas Neighborhood Community Improvement Project and the Waverly Tornado Recovery Urgent Needs Project. These projects are being financed with Virginia Community Development Block Grant funds. Other funding sources may include the Sussex Service Authority, the Virginia Department of Transportation, the Town of Wakefield Electric/Prince George Electric Co-Op and Sussex County.
A new Ordinance which amends Article V of the County Code to Allow the Use of Shotgun Slug Rifles and Modern Muzzle Loading Rifles to Hunt Deer has been adopted by the Sussex County Board of Supervisors.