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  • Title: Bath County Government
    Descriptive info: .. About Bath County.. County Departments.. County Government.. Emergency Services.. Contact Us.. Go.. Our Mission.. It is our mission to enrich the quality of life for Bath County citizens and businesses alike.. In meeting this commitment, the Board of Supervisors pledges to work in partnership with the citizens of Bath County  ...   welfare of the citizens;.. Foster pride in our community;.. Develop a vibrant and diversified local economy;.. Plan for the County s future;.. Preserve our rural character and heritage;.. Preserve our natural environment; and,.. Be good stewards of the public treasury today as well as tomorrow.. Calendar.. Copyright 2013 | County of Bath..

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  • Title: About Bath County
    Descriptive info: History.. Demographics.. County Map.. Career Opportunities Public Notices.. Proposed FY 2014 Budget and Tax Rates.. The County of Bath is named for the English resort city of Bath, an ancient city visited for its healing spring waters since Roman times.. For over 200 years the County of Bath has been defined but its natural beauty, the minerals springs that define some of its landscape, and southern hospitality.. Located along the western, central border with West Virginia, Bath County encompasses 540 square miles.. 89% of Bath County is comprised of forest, with 51% in national forest and 6% under state park.. The Nature Conservancy also owns more than 9,000 acres of critical forest habitat.. From the earliest days when weary travelers stopped to rejuvenate in the healing springs now known as the Jefferson Pools tourism has played a major role in the development of Bath County.. Since the first  ...   upwards of $225.. 7 million in revenues.. The County seat is located in Warm Springs.. The County is governed by an elected Board of Supervisors, one from each of the 5 magisterial districts: Cedar Creek, Millboro District, Valley Springs District, Warm Springs District, and Williamsville.. Warm Springs is home to the County Court House, the County administrative offices, Sheriff s Department, Public Library, along with a budding arts district and an historical museum and genealogical library.. What makes Bath County most unique is its people.. It is a community where farmers have worked the same land their families have owned for hundreds of years.. It is a community where visitor meet people born and raised in Europe who have chosen to live in Bath County.. It is a community where the person you bump into at the farmers market may have studied piano at Juilliard School of Music..

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  • Title: County Departments
    Descriptive info: Animal Control.. Buildings and Grounds.. Building, Planning and Zoning.. Board of Zoning Appeals.. Planning Commission.. County Administration.. Health Department.. Industrial Development Authority.. Library.. Mountain, Soil and Water.. Parks and Recreation.. Schools.. Social Services.. Service Authority.. Solid Waste.. Tourism.. Utilities.. Cooperative Extension Unit.. The County Administrator oversees all county departments and is responsible for coordinating day to day operations with county department heads.. County departments located within the Courthouse at 65 Courthouse Hill Road, Warm Springs, are the County Administrator s Office, Building and Grounds Department, Building Planning and Zoning Office, and the  ...   Office is located at 65 Panther Drive, Hot Springs.. Constitutional Officers located within the Courthouse are County Treasurer, Commissioner of the Revenue, and the Clerk of the Circuit Court.. Other offices located with the Courthouse are Department of Social Services, General Registrar/Voter Registration, General District Court, Bath County Public Service Authority, Mountain Soil and Water Conservation District and Bath County Cooperative Extension Agency.. The Sheriff s Office, 911 Emergency Dispatch, Bath County School Administration Building, and Commonwealth s Attorney Office are located in offices within close proximity to the Courthouse in Warm Springs..

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  • Title: County Government
    Descriptive info: Board of Supervisors.. Bart Perdue.. Claire A.. Collins.. Bruce McWilliams.. Clifford Gilchrest.. Kevin Fry.. Contact Board Members.. Meeting Procedures.. Meeting/Minutes Schedule.. Public Information.. Treasurer.. Sheriff.. Boards and Commissions.. Commissioner of Revenue.. Circuit Court.. General District Court.. Commonwealth's Attorney.. County Attorney.. General Registrar.. Elections and Voting.. Bath County is governed by a five member Board of Supervisors elected by the voters for a four year term of office.. Board members  ...   representatives are: Clifford A.. Gilchrest, Millboro District; Claire A.. Collins, Cedar Creek District; Henry Kevin Fry, Valley Springs District; Phillip Bart Perdue, Warm Springs District; and Bruce McWilliams, Williamsville District.. Bath County is served by five Constitutional Officers who are elected by majority vote; Sheriff Robert W.. Plecker; Commonwealths Attorney John C.. Singleton; Treasurer Pamela Webb; Commissioner of the Revenue Leta Norfleet; and Circuit Court Clerk M.. Wayne Winebriner..

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  • Title: Emergency Services
    Descriptive info: Fire and Rescue.. Emergency 911.. Community Preparedness / Code Red.. Emergency Planning Committee.. While fire, rescue, ems and law enforcement are independently operated entities, BCES (Bath County Emergency Services) is the agency that coordinates preparedness, response and recovery between these agencies and for the locality as  ...   training and assists with grants and regulatory compliance.. During local emergencies or regional disasters BCES functions as a network to coordinate response, recovery and mitigation efforts with first responders as well as other agencies such as American Red Cross, Virginia Department of Emergency Management, FEMA and others..

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  • Title: Contact Us
    Descriptive info: Administrator s Office 540-839-7221.. bathadmin@bathcountyva.. org.. Animal Shelter 540-839-7210.. bcanimalcontrol@tds.. net.. Building Grounds 540-839-7299.. theresabeall@bathcountyva.. Building Planning and Zoning 540-839-7236.. bathbpz@tds.. Circuit Court Clerk s Office 540-839-7226.. wwinebriner@courts.. state.. va.. us.. Commissioner of the Revenue 540-839-7231.. norfleet@bathcountyva.. Commonwealth s Attorney 540-839-5009.. singdeeds@tds.. Economic Development 540-839-7202.. tourbath@bathcountyva.. General District Court 540-839-7241.. SWorsham@courts.. Health Department 540-839-7246.. Library 540-839-7286.. slindsay@rrlib.. Parks Recreation 540-839-7211.. parksandrecmn@yahoo.. com.. Sheriff s Department 540-839-2331.. baso@tds.. Service Authority 540-839-7251.. bcsrvauth@tds.. Social Services 540-839-7271.. jason.. miller@dss.. virginia.. gov.. Tourism 540-839-7202.. Transfer Station 540-839-7213.. Treasurer 540-839-7256.. bathtreasurer.. pwebb@bathcounyva.. Voter Registration 540-839-7266.. bathvoter@tds..

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  • Title: Search Results
    Descriptive info: Search Results..

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  • Title: Calendar
    Descriptive info: view:.. Summary.. show:.. All Categories.. Arts and Music.. Chamber of Commerce.. Community.. Festivals.. Sports and Recreation..

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  • Title: History
    Descriptive info: Pioneers of mostly Scotch-Irish descent, many of whom were educated, Presbyterian men from Ulster, Ireland, came to the Bath County area in the 1740 s.. Known as the father of Bath County, John Lewis first settled with his wife, Margaret Lynn, northwest of Staunton, Virginia, in 1732 at Fort Lewis.. By 1740 he had purchased land on the Cowpasture River which he gave by deed to his only American born child, Charles.. Charles settled at Fort Lewis in 1761.. Charles later died at the Battle of Point Pleasant in 1774.. Another son of John Lewis, Andrew, along with Thomas Bullitt, obtained a patent for the Hot Springs tract of 300 acres.. Together they built the first hotel on the site of the present Homestead Resort  ...   Greenbrier.. The first court in Bath County convened on May 10, 1791, at the home of Margaret Lewis, in Warm Springs.. Warm Springs later became the county seat.. Named for the English resort city of Bath, the county quickly became a national resort attraction.. The soothing mineral waters have been attracting visitors for well over 200 years.. Today Bath County is recognized as a major recreational and resort destination in the scenic Allegheny Mountains of Virginia.. Rich with lush forests, rushing crystal rivers and streams, hot and warm springs, and beautiful mountain scenery, the county is home to fabulous hotels, rustic lodges, and quaint bed and breakfasts.. Nearly 90% of Bath County s 345,600 acres is forest, 176,809 of which comprise the George Washington National Forest..

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  • Title: Demographics
    Descriptive info: Demographics for Bath County.. Population as of 2011: 4,797.. Median age: 48.. Median household income: $41,266.. Real Estate Tax Rate $0.. 48 per $100 assessed value.. Personal Property Tax Rate $0.. 35 per $100 assessed value.. For Detailed Demographics, click the images below..

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  • Title: County Map
    Descriptive info: Click here.. to download PDF version..

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