Virginia Outdoors Plan
The Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation Division of Planning and Recreation and is pleased to provide the 2018 Virginia Outdoors Plan which is located at http://www.dcr.virginia.gov/recreational-planning/vop
Randolph Park Wood Cutting Program
The County of Pulaski is currently undergoing a mitigation program of trees in the woods of Randolph Park. The purpose of the program is to eliminate hazardous trees that pose a safety concern as well as make the wooded areas more user friendly for park patrons. During the month of March, the county will allow citizens to cut up or gather the downed trees in the designated areas in the woods at Randolph Park. No citizens will be allowed to cut down any standing trees but can cut up the wood previously dropped by the county.
Citizens that plan to participate in cutting or gathering wood from Randolph Park must do so within the set hours as well as sign a liability waiver form. The designated hours for gathering the wood is Monday through Friday between the hours of 8am till 5pm. There may be an opportunity to cut the wood in the early evening hours or on a Saturday morning as approved by county staff.
For more information please call Randolph Park at 674-1513 ext. 2. All interested citizens must report to the park office, located at the pool facility, to be assigned a time and sign the waiver form.
Pulaski County Comprehensive Plan Update
Together, we are on a year-long journey to create a plan for our community. The Pulaski County Comprehensive Plan is a guiding document for our county as it relates to capital spending, projects, strategies, priorities, land use policy, housing, education, and so much more. To develop a good plan, we need input from the public.
You can help us develop the plan for our community by completing our citizen survey. All answers are confidential and the survey is open to the public. Please share the link with your families and friends.
The survey will be open until April 15th, 2019 and can be accessed from the Comprehensive Plan website at http://www.pulaskicounty.org/compplan.
The Pulaski County Comprehensive Plan redevelopment is underway and we are looking forward to sharing the final product with you this fall. You can follow the progress of the plan on the website as we create our vision for Pulaski County together.
Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Family Support Group
Pulaski County Board of Supervisors Officially Proclaim January 29th, 2019 as Republic of Turkey Day.
The Pulaski County Board of Supervisors recognizes the many similarities the Republic of Turkey and Pulaski County have in common to include an agricultural heritage, a history of textiles, and a foundation of advanced manufacturing in motor vehicles, transportation equipment and construction materials.Click here to read the full release.
Women in Pulaski County History
The Pulaski County American Evolution Committee is taking nominations from the public for women who have made a significant difference in Pulaski County History to be honored at a Tea on June 23rd, 2019. Nominees will be honored and winners will have their names inscribed on a plaque that will be on permanent display in the Pulaski County Court House.
Nomination forms can be found here and will be accepted until May 1st, 2019.
Pulaski County Celebrates Virginia's Contributions to America
The Pulaski County Board of Supervisors appointed and are supporting a new committee to work alongside the Commonwealth, notable Virginia institutions and national partners to launch a series of educational programs, signature events and legacy projects of national and international significance to build awareness of Virginia’s role in the creation of the United States and to reinforce Virginia’s leadership in education, tourism and economic development.Click here to read more.
Pulaski County Expanding International Business Recruitment Efforts
The Pulaski County Board of Supervisors and the Pulaski County Economic Development Authority (EDA) expanded their business and industrial recruitment efforts to the Republic of Turkey. Pulaski County, hosting the title of Southwestern Virginia's Center of International Business, is further extending its welcoming and supportive community for international companies to Turkey.
Pulaski County Board of Supervisors Closes the Gap
The Pulaski County Board of Supervisors, during a continued meeting, unanimously approved an additional funding appropriation of $911,102.18 to the Pulaski County School Board for filling the gap needed to commence and complete the construction of the new consolidated Pulaski County Middle School.Click here to read more.
VACo Spotlight - Joseph Guthrie | Pulaski County SupervisorClick here for the full release
Pulaski County to Launch New Strategic Workforce Development Initiative
Board of Supervisors and EDA Partner to Appoint Peter Huber as the New Community Workforce Innovation Adviser to Help Local Business & Industry meet their Employment Needs
The Pulaski County Board of Supervisors and the Pulaski County Economic Development Authority (EDA) embarked on a new and strategic initiative to assist local businesses and industries with meeting their employment demands through the appointment of Mr. Peter Huber as the county's first Community Workforce Innovation Adviser.Click here for the full release