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Contact Richard Peters at (540) 983-0607.
We do maintain a pool for police officer positions, but they are not reviewed until a position is available. The applications are only active for six months, and should be renewed if you are still interested in being considered for a police officer position.
If you suspect a water break or a wastewater backup, please contact the Western Virginia Water Authority (WVWA) at 540-853-5700.
-->control of flooding and erosion; -->control of hazardous materials to prevent release of pollutants into the environment (source control); -->planning and construction of stormwater systems so contaminants are removed before they pollute surface waters or groundwater resources;
-->acquisition and protection of natural waterways or rehabilitation;
-->building "soft" structures such as ponds, swales or wetlands or Green Infrastructure solutions to work with existing or "hard" drainage structures, such as pipes and concrete channels;
-->development of funding approaches to stormwater programs potentially including stormwater user fees and the creation of a stormwater utility;
-->development of long-term asset management programs to repair and replace aging infrastructure;
-->revision of current stormwater regulations to address comprehensive stormwater needs;enhancement and enforcement of existing ordinances to make sure property owners consider the effects of stormwater before, during and after development of their land;
-->education of a community about how its actions affect water quality, and about what it can do to improve water quality; and
-->planning carefully to create solutions before problems become too great.
 Washington State Department of Ecology (2005). Olympia, WA. "Stormwater Management Manual for Western Washington." Publication No. 05-10-029.
 Debo, Tom; Reese, Andrew (2003). "Chapter 2. Stormwater Management Programs". Municipal Stormwater Management. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press. ISBN 1-56670-584-3.
The VLF is levied on every motor vehicle, trailer, and semitrailer registered and licensed with the DMV and garaged in the Town of Vinton as of January 1 of every year. This fee covers the administrative cost of maintaining personal property records. If your vehicle or trailer is assessed taxes for that year, then you are also levied the VLF. Unlike prorated personal property taxes, the VLF is a non-prorated and nonrefundable fee.
For more details, contact the commissioner of the revenue at (540) 772-2046.