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Whether you are looking for a great vacation spot for your family or a quiet small town atmosphere to live in, Giles County has it all. Outdoor recreation abounds with thirty-seven miles of the New River flowing through the heart of the county as well as 92.4 square miles of Jefferson National Forest offering a wide variety of recreational opportunities for everyone. Giles County also boasts top quality schools, award-winning hospitals, safe living environment, cultural resources and a favorable business climate. Ask us for more information or download our brochure. We look forward to having you!

 

 

Ramps n Roads 2015 Ramps N Roads - March 28th 2015

Please join the Giles County PSA and the ReNew the New Committee on March 28, 2015 as volunteers gather together to help make Giles County a cleaner place to... Live, Work and Play.We will meet at Eastern Elementary Middle School at 8:30 am and getting into vans or buses to leave for predesignated areas. Gloves and bags will be provided.

Learn more by downloading the poster to the left or logging onto renewthenew.org


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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Where can I obtain marriage licenses, death certificates, deeds, and wills – Clerk of Circuit Court – 540-921-1722
  2. Where can I obtain tax information and tax assessment information – Commissioner of Revenue's  Office – 540-921-1240
  3. Where can I reach the local DMV office – Treasurer's Office – 540-921-1240
  4. Where can I pay my water bill and trash bill – Treasurer's Office – 540-921-1240
  5. Who can I call concerning my well – Health Department – 540-235-3137
  6. Who can I call concerning a state maintained road in the county – VDOT 540-387-5320
  7. Who do I call concerning a speeding ticket or traffic violations – General District Court – 540-921-3533