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Olive Branch, Atkins Mill & Rickey Road - PER & EA Request PDF Print E-mail

The Wythe County Board of Supervisors is seeking proposals for the preparation of a combined Preliminary Engineering Report (PER) and Environmental Assessment (EA) for three areas within Wythe County.  Award will be by competitive negotiation utilizing the following evaluation factors: (1) Experience, Organization and Approach; (2) Project Management Approach ; (3) Working Relationship with Public Sector; (4) Scope of Services to be Provided; and (5) Cost Control Budgeting Methodology. The following outlines the scope of the project: 

Olive Branch Road. A waterline and related appurtenances in the environs of Dunford and Olive Branch Roads.  This project will address four primary line extensions:  (1) Olive Branch Road (1920 lf); (2) Dunford Road (9020 lf); Olive Lane (4,700 lf); and Grandview Drive (3,550 lf). 

Atkins Mill Road. A waterline extension along Atkins Mill Road, starting at Chapman Road, and continuing to the environs of Muskrat Road, Newground Road, Whippoorwill Road, Laurel Ridge Road, Crystal Lane, Hedrick Drive, and Sult Street, consisting of  30,000 linear feet of waterline and related appurtenances.

Rickey Road. This project for 20 planned connections extends an existing waterline by 3,100 feet. 

Hydraulic modeling is to be included in the PER. The PER and EA will be in a format normally acceptable to funding agencies such as USDA Rural Development or the Virginia Department of Health. 

Interested firms or individuals are requested to submit five copies of qualifications and references on Standard Form (SF) 330. Proposals will be received at the office of Stephen D. Bear, Wythe County Administrator, 340 South Sixth Street, Wytheville, VA 24382 until 2:00 p.m. local prevailing time, Tuesday, December 27, 2016.

 Wythe County encourages MBE/WBE participation. 

The County of Wythe reserves the right to award in part or in whole or to reject any or all proposals. 

By the order of the Wythe County Board of Supervisors
Stephen D. Bear, County Administrator

Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 December 2016 11:15
Wythe County Reassessment Values Available Online PDF Print E-mail

WYTHE COUNTY, Va. – The Code of Virginia requires localities to reassess the value of real estate property. Beginning in the fall of last year, Pearson's Appraisal Services Inc. began reappraising property values throughout the locality on behalf of Wythe County and their results have now been completed.

Reassessment notices have been mailed to Wythe County landowners, informing them of any changes made to their assessed property values.

Additionally, the county has also made these figures available online to the public free of charge.

Individuals wishing to access their property values may do so by completing the following instructions:

1.) Log onto the following website:

2.) Click the "Guest Access" link  (on the right) after checking the terms of agreement

3.) Click the "Search" tab at the top of the page, directly under "Wythe County, Virginia"

4.) Search for a property by entering the last name of the landowner

Once an individual has found a property they wish to inspect, they will be able to view the current land card and the proposed land card, as well as see the current breakdown of their land and improvement values as compared to the reassessed values.

The county government believes that by allowing citizens the opportunity to access their current and reassessed tax values online citizens will have a greater understanding of the process and be better equipped to determine if their proposed new tax card is accurate.

Landowners who may have questions or wish to dispute their new assessment are encouraged to contact the board of assessors and schedule an appointment in order to have their new assessment reviewed. The board of assessors will be meeting inside the Wythe County Court House and may be contacted between the hours of 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the following number 276-223-4155.

After the board of assessors has concluded its meetings, landowners who may still have unresolved issues or wish to dispute any decisions made by the board of assessors will have an opportunity to appear before the board of equalization.

The board of equalization will convene early next year.

The new tax assessments will go into effect for the 2017 tax year.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 November 2016 16:41
Real Estate & Personal Property Taxes Due Dec. 5, 2016 (Online TAX Payment Available) PDF Print E-mail

WYTHE COUNTY, Va. – The deadline to pay Wythe County’s personal property and real estate taxes is Monday, December 5, 2016.

Lori Guynn, Treasurer of Wythe County, stated that her office will be doing a number of things to make paying one’s local taxes easier than ever.

For starters, the treasurer’s office (located inside the Wythe County Court House building) will operate on extended hours in the days leading up to December 5.

Though the treasurer’s office’s normal hours are from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Guynn said that her office will be open until 6 p.m. on the following dates: November 30, December 1, 2 and 5.

Additionally, the county treasurer’s office will be open from 8:30 a.m. to noon on Saturday, December 3, 2016.

“We realize that for many residents getting to the court house can be quite an inconvenience, so we’re trying to do as much as possible to make paying one’s taxes easier,” stated the county treasurer.

The county will also be providing an opportunity for individuals to pay their taxes online through a third party vendor known as WebFeePay. Individuals wishing to take advantage of the online tax payment system may log on to the following web address:

Once on the site, users should click the “Make a Payment” button in the middle of the page and will then be guided through the process of paying their taxes online.

Users of the online tax payment portal will be subjected to a convenience fee charged by the third-party provider. This fee will be a flat rate of $3 for E-check payments, while credit/debit payments will be charged a convenience fee of 2.75%.

Real estate and personal property tax bills must be paid separately via the online portal and the account number from the tax bills will be required.

“The online portal will simply serve as an added method for residents to pay their local taxes,” concluded Treasurer Guynn.

Wythe County officials wish to make it clear to local citizens that the online tax payment is only for taxes and not for other county service bills such as water and sewer.

Residents and Wythe County property owners are reminded that even if they have not received a tax bill from the locality, they are still responsible for ensuring their taxes are current; therefore, the treasurer’s office wishes to encourage individuals to contact them should they have any questions regarding the status of their taxes.

The treasurer’s office may be contacted by phone at 276-223-6070.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 November 2016 11:29
Change of Meeting Date PDF Print E-mail

The Tuesday, November 8, 2016 regularly scheduled meeting of the Wythe County Board of Supervisors has been changed to Wednesday, November 9, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. in the Board Room of the County Administration Building, 340 South Sixth Street, Wytheville, Virginia.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 26 October 2016 08:02
Progress Park Connector Road Information PDF Print E-mail

Downloadable maps and other data concerning the Progress Park Connector Road:


July 2016 Progress Park Trans Impact Analysis

Nye Rd & E Lee Trinkle Intersections


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