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Virginia Department of Historic Resources

Forthcoming Public Meetings

East End Cemetery: Public Meeting Oct. 23 to Discuss Discovery of Human Remains

On Friday, October 23, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., please join the Department of Historic Resources and the Enrichmond Foundation for a public hearing to discuss the July 20, 2020 discovery of human remains at East End Cemetery. Go to this entry on our Event Calendar for more information.

Public Meeting for Proposed Historic District:

The following public meeting will be conducted by DHR register staff to present information about a proposed new Historic District for listing on the Virginia Landmarks Register and the National Register of Historic Places.

Due to limitations for public gatherings because of the threat of the Covid-19 virus, DHR will conduct this meeting virtually using the Webex platform.

  • November 4, 6 p.m.: Public meeting to discuss the proposed College Terrace Historic District in Williamsburg.
    This meeting will discuss the proposed College Terrace Historic District in Williamsburg.

Public Informational Meetings for Upcoming Cost Share Projects:

Please note: The meetings listed below will provide information to the public about forthcoming cost share projects. These projects are expected to result in proposed historic districts. A legally mandated public hearing will be scheduled about the proposed historic district after completion of the cost share project, at a later date. (For instructions on how to access meetings, please see below.)

  • November 5, 5:30 p.m.: Town of Colonial Beach
  • November 12, 6 p.m.: Meeting to discuss the survey and nomination of the Fairfield-Sandston Historic District in Henrico County.

Instructions for attending meeting via Webex:

  • Click on the Webex link above for the meeting you want to attend.
  • Enter your name and email address.
  • The Event Password is automatically entered.
  • Click the “Join Now” button to access the meeting.

Please note that participants who dial in will have limited ability to ask questions during the meeting. Dial in is a good option for those who wish to listen to the meeting but not participate. Participants who dial in, however, can submit questions before, during, or after the meeting to Blake McDonald.

Updated October 23, 2020