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In a nationwide effort to support the safe handling and disposal of prescription medications, the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office is again participating in the US Drug Enforcement Administration’s National Drug Take Back Day initiative. A “drop-off” station to accept citizens’ outdated or unwanted medications will be available at the Campbell Sheriff’s Office lobby (87 Courthouse Lane, Rustburg) on Saturday, September 27 from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. This service is anonymous and free to the public.
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Please be aware all Campbell County offices will be closed on Monday, September 1, 2014, in observance of the Labor Day holiday.
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Beginning with the November 4, 2014 General and Special Elections, the polling location for 702 – Gladys precinct will be moved to Piedmont Community Impact building (former Gladys Elementary School), 215 School Rd., Gladys, VA.
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The Campbell County Board of Supervisors is scheduled to hold its regular monthly meeting and public hearing to discuss several matters. The meeting will convene at 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 2, 2014 in the Haberer Building Boardroom (located at 47 Courthouse Lane) in Rustburg, with public hearings beginning at 5:30 p.m.
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Please visit www.cvlrtp2040.org to share your ideas about our region’s transportation needs. Your ideas will help shape the region’s Long Range Transportation Plan for 2040. Campbell County is a member of the Central Virginia Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), which is responsible for developing the Plan. The MPO is a federally mandated and funded transportation policy-making organization made up of representatives from local governments in a region. The representatives work together to identify transportation needs and project priorities in the region.
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In alignment with the Code of Virginia , Section § 15.2-2223, the Campbell County Department of Community Development is seeking public input on the Campbell County Comprehensive Plan’s five-year update. Citizens are encouraged to provide feedback on various long-range community planning topics, including transportation, housing, education, economic development, natural resources, recreation, public services and other issues pertaining to County planning and development efforts.
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As the Brookneal Rescue Squad recently ceased operations, Campbell County Department of Public Safety Career EMS staff, in cooperation with five local EMS squads, will continue to provide quality service and support the EMS framework in the Brookneal area. There will be no lapse in emergency services rendered to citizens associated with this closure.
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Following months of research and planning, the Campbell County Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and Real Estate Offices launched a new, feature-rich website this week that makes searching local property maps, real estate information and geographical data much easier.
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Campbell County, with a population of 56,000 and excellent quality of life, is seeking a highly qualified, forward-thinking, organized, and motivated County Administrator. The successful candidate will work collaboratively with our citizens, seven-member Board of Supervisors, County Leadership Team, and staff to implement the vision, mission, and operational goals of the County.
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Real Estate
(434) 332-9568
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P.O. Box 66
Rustburg VA 24588

Real Estate & Mapping Office

The office of Real Estate and Mapping is responsible for producing the Land Book each year and for keeping track of all land ownership and tax assessments for the County. The office assesses all new construction and new subdivisions each year, and maintains records of land ownership transfers and tax maps.

Real Estate and Mapping is helpful in a variety of research endeavors involving land transfers and divisions. It also helps in trying to locate specific addresses and determining ownership of property. Items and services provided by this office include:

  • Alphabetical listing of ownership of property
  • Numerical listing of ownership (by map number)
  • Tax maps (maps showing a basic outline of each piece of property in the County)
  • Aerial photographs of the entire County
  • Tax cards on each piece of property (showing how the assessments were calculated on the land an buildings)

The Real Estate and Mapping office also provides online real estate information  here.


Reassessment

State law requires that all property be assessed at 100% of fair market value and mandates equity throughout the County. Since the population of Campbell County now exceeds 50,000, the reassessment cycle will take place every 4 years . The most recent reassessment was completed in 2011.