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Amanda Bane
· January 15, 2018
So how come when the town closes your road for the 16th time there is never an announcement or anything to tell you? Or when you ask them to move so you can leave they look at you and laugh.. Or how a...bout when they are ripping your whole front yard apart they fail to tell you that as well? good job christiansburg on the fine work� See More
Jan Puskar Durand
· November 29, 2017
We are new to the area, Almost a year now. And we are Loving Christiansburg!
Love the small town atmosphere and we can’t say enough good about the wonderful people. Excellent customer service from businesses!
Very happy with any dealings we’ve
Had w the city departments.
We have definitely found our happy place!
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Charlie Thompson
· July 21, 2017
When the town wants to close a beloved business because they do not believe it's falls under the exemptions they listed, and then put on an event that mimics what they just said no to others for, that...'s hypocrisy. Enjoy your movies in the park, I'll make sure to be right there checking decible levels and calling anytime it's above your range, and if you try to use the exemptions you placed that should be in use for the other business, well that would be great! See More
Tammy Martin-Whorley
· January 5, 2018
I lived in Christiansburg all my life a lot of changes remember the Angles grocery store now Wades mAkes the ham salad and pimento cheese Wades is another local favorite.
Barbara Reed
· January 2, 2017
I think it's ridiculous to have to pay 2 taxes, county and town tax. Why not one tax like other counties do Montgomery County tax, like Floyd co only has one tax. And as far as the water run off tax t...hat's the most ridiculous thing they could do, it's not our fault it rains and the water runs that's mother nature not our problem. It's bad enough our landlord keeps going up on our lot rent , it's higher than our trailer payment . Plain and simple if my son was not in a good school and it's not Christiansburg either we would not live in Montgomery County it's to expensive to live in this county and I tell everyone the same thing. See More
Steve Shouse
· September 12, 2016
C, burg has the best l.e.o. around. As so the m.c.s.o. ! I really would like to see more improvement on the streets in town. And strongly disagree the storm water tax the town levied on the town citiz...en's. They need to tax mother nature or the town it's self. It's the parking lots and the drainage in our roads. Don't penalize the citizen's of c,burg for the growth. How bout capturing some if the money from tech from the aquatic center ? Just saying. See More
Christian Figueredo
· December 26, 2016
It's super quiet up here.. nothing like back home in Miami, Fl & everything is so close literally just have to go around the corner to get some food, hit up the mall, etc. I love when I get to visit
Everett Hicks
· April 12, 2017
It's peaceful, lots of nature. Not over built, and close to other localities. A great place to live, a great place to raise a family !
Ryan Turner
· July 5, 2017
Great town but terrible internet speed Cburg do something about it.
Brandy Rhodes
· May 29, 2017
Hi I am trying to get ahold of a Steven Dalton. He used to work for the TOC and may still. It is about his son. If anyone can help out please message me on fb. Thanks
Stephanie R Dalton
· March 15, 2014
Had a great time going to Lowe's to see the new Trash Truck. My little boy 18 months old even got to sit in the driver seat. Very very nice men there took pictures and I cant wait to see if they end u...p on here. They said he looked like a natural behind the wheel. Thank you so much. See More
Wendy Emanuele Ledbetter
· July 12, 2017
Cute little town! Everyone we met / interacted with were very hospitable!
Rick VanGorden
· February 21, 2017
The lady I dealt with was courteous and helpful as I pay my tax. I like Christiansburg !!
Joe Ralph
· June 26, 2017
Was just passing through on the hyway ............
Frank Hale
· February 15, 2014
I would like to say Thank You to all of those that worked on our roads during and after the winter storm of 2014! Job well done clearing the snow from our roads!
Rocky Racoon
· September 26, 2016
I've heard that the main use for money collected from the new storm water tax will be to pay the salary of a storm water management bureaucrat. Could this be true??
Carroll Carter
· May 21, 2017
Boring nothing much too do around there mainly for the old people
Darrell Fitzgerald
· February 10, 2017
Someone needs to question the window tint on the police cars. Looks alot darker than thelegal tint to me.
Summer Jasmine Brown
· October 25, 2016
Best public relations of any town east of the Mississippi!
Merle Dudley-Nelson
· February 14, 2014
I have lived here most of my children were raised here and went to school as did my grandchildren.....Christiansburg ROCKS from the Police Department too the Public Works....Fire Department..., Rescue an awesome library, rec...... And my son MIKE is the best COP at the CPD.....A SHOUT TO AN AWESOME TOWN....YOU MAKE ME PROUD...... See More
Valentine's Day 2018
Talking all things snow removal with our Public Works Department - and even taking a plow out for a spin. Stay safe out there!

We're a little late to #EngineerWeek celebrations, but we can't let an opportunity to brag on our Engineering Department slip by. Engineering affects every aspect of our lives, from the roads we drive on, to the public facilities we share, to the water we use. We are lucky to have an awesome team of engineers at Town Hall who are always working hard to make life in Christiansburg even better than it's been. To learn more about some of the exciting projects they're working on, please visit

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Join us for the second annual cleanup of the Diamond Hills Conservation Area from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, March 24! The Town is partnering with ReNew the New and the New River Valley Regional Commission for this event.

Participants will meet at the end of Scattergood Drive NW. Please carpool if possible, as parking is limited. Please follow signage to the parking area. Trash will be collected along Crab Creek and then along the Diamond Hills Conservation Area stream. and water will be provided. Gloves will also be available, but participants are encouraged to bring their own. Don't forget to dress comfortably!

We're hoping for a warm, sunny spring day, but a rain date has been tentatively scheduled for April 14. See you out there!

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