The average age of the counties and cities within our planning district is almost 230 years, so it is not surprising that the maintenance and development of vital public infrastructure is a priority for localities. The CVPDC assists our member jurisdictions towns, cities, and counties with identifying needs, developing projects, obtaining funding, and administering a wide variety of projects including:
- Drinking water filtration, storage, and distribution systems
- Sanitary sewer collection and treatment facilities
- Stormwater management
- Sidewalks and streetscapes
- Parks, trails, and public spaces
Current Project Details
Olde Town Madison Heights Revitalization Project
The Stumps Hill Area (OMH Stumps Hill CDBG) represents a project to revitalize this historic and thriving Amherst County community. The project will provide infrastructure (water, sewer, roadway) and housing improvements and is funded primary through a $1,222,249 multi-year Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) from the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development (VDHCD). The project also includes funding contribution from Amherst County and program partnership from USDA Rural Development and VDOT. This project represents the first in an envisioned long-term series of improvements to revitalize this vital and historic Amherst County community.
For more information contact Kelly Hitchcock.
Town of Pamplin Water Tank Rehabilitation
For more information contact Matt Perkins.
- Olde Town Madison Heights Revitalization Project
- Appomattox Heritage and Recreational Trail - Phase 1
- Pamplin West Side Infrastructure Project
- Brookneal Streetscape Phase III
- South Main Street Sidewalk, Town of Amherst
- Downtown Revitalization Project, Town of Altavista
- Downtown Revitalization Project, Town of Brookneal
- Heritage and Recreational Trail, Appomattox County
- East Side Sewer Project (Phase I), Town of Pamplin