8/3: Public Hearing on amending the rental inspection district boundaries

The Town Council of the Town of Pulaski, Virginia will hold a public hearing at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 3, 2021 in the Council Chambers of the Pulaski Municipal Building, 42 First Street, N.W. to consider amending the rental inspection district boundaries within the Town of Pulaski.

The amendments are as follows:
Rental Inspection District 1, consolidates the previous West Loop Redevelopment District, the Downtown Conservation Area, and the Southwest Crescent Redevelopment District into one district and expands this district to incorporate First Street Northwest to the 500 block of Altoona Road, up to the 1700 Block of Randolph Avenue through Smith Lane, down to the 700 block of Prospect Avenue.

Residential rental inspection District 1 extension which encompasses MacGill Village/Greenwood Hills off Pepper’s Ferry Road and Newbern Road. Also to include from Pepper’s Ferry Road down to the 800 block of Pepper Street to the dead end, 700 block of Elizabeth Street to Bland Street, 900 block of Bland Street down to the 600 block of Greenview Court to the dead end, and the 600 block of Orchard Road to the dead end, and the 600-800 block of Mathews Court to the dead end.

All persons desiring to speak concerning amending the rental inspection districts should appear at the aforementioned time and place or submit their comments in writing to the Town Manager prior to the public hearing. A copy of the written descriptions and maps for the proposed amendments to the rental inspection are available in the

For disabled individuals who may require special auxiliary aids or services, reasonable accommodations will be made by the Town upon request. Please contact the Town Manager’s Office at 540-994-8600 prior to the above meeting date to arrange these accommodations. For individuals with visual or hearing impairment, contact Virginia Relay at 7-1-1 for assistance in reaching the Town