Beginning Monday, June 15, 2020, the Roanoke County Administration Center building will reopen to the public. Business may still be done by phone, email or online. We strongly encourage the public to make an appointment prior to visiting. Please contact us at (540) 772-2068 or email us at email@example.com. Roanoke County appreciates your patience with the implementation of temporary changes to County operations and services.
Secondary System Six-Year Improvement Plan
The Roanoke County Board of Supervisors held a public hearing on Tuesday, July 14, 2020, to receive public comments on the Secondary System Six-Year Improvement Plan for Fiscal Years 2021-2026 and the estimated allocation of funds and construction priority list for Fiscal Year 2021. The Board of Supervisors approved the Plan, estimated allocation of funds and construction priority list. Contact Megan Cronise at 540-772-2106 with questions.
View the list of highway projects underway that may affect traffic in Roanoke County, or the weekly-updated list of highway projects that may affect traffic in the 12-county Salem Transportation District: Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) - Salem Roadwatch
VDOT maintains Roanoke County roads that are listed in the state system, including repairs, paving, snow removal and construction. Private roads in the county that are not in the state system are the responsibility of the homeowners or developers along that road. Report a road problem to VDOT by completing an Online Work Request.
Where to Bike, Walk or Float
National Park Service officials announced that the Blue Ridge Parkway has reopened from Milepost 115.5 (Explore Park entrance) to Milepost 121.4 (U.S. 220). Read on...
The Blue Ridge Parkway is closed to all uses south of Milepost 121.4 (U.S. 220) to Milepost 135.9 (Adney Gap) due to a full road failure roughly one hundred and fifty feet (150') in length near milepost 128. Read on...
Traffic has been shifted to the temporary diversion road. Demolition of the existing bridge is underway. The speed limit has been temporarily been reduced to 35 MPH in the work area. Flagging operations may be in place from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. daily. Read on...