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Public Notice: The Bedford County Broadband Authority has scheduled a Special Called Meeting on Monday, March 18, 2019 at 5:00 pm in the boardroom in the Bedford County Administration Building, 122 East Main Street, Bedford, Virginia, to authorize County staff to develop and submit the application for the Tobacco Region Revitalization Commission grant.

Following the Special Called Meeting the Broadband Authority will adjourn, and the Board of Supervisors will proceed to hold the Budget Work Session already scheduled for that same evening.


Public Notice:  The Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on March 19, 2019 at 7pm in the County Administration Boardroom for two applications that have been submitted by Liberty University, Inc.  For information on the Rezoning Application #RZ190001, please click the following link. To view the Traffic Impact Analysis associated with Rezoning Application #RZ190001, please click the following link. For information on Special Use Permit application #SU190001, please click the following link


Public Notice:  Please take notice that the Bedford County Board of Supervisors Public Works Committee will meet on Thursday, March 21st, 2019 at 5:00 pm in the Administration Conference Room of the County Administration Building, 122 E. Main St., Bedford, VA. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss various issues in the Solid Waste Department


Public Notice: Please take notice that the Bedford County Board of Supervisors Personnel Committee will meet on Thursday, March 21, 2019 at 6:30 pm. in the Administration Meeting Room of the County Administration Building located at 122 East Main Street, Bedford, Virginia. The purpose of the meeting will be to discuss new/reclassified position requests.

Bedford County’s Department of Information Technology (DIT) provides innovative and cost effective information and communication technology solutions that improve access to government information and services.  

Strategic goals and priorities of DIT include:

  • Maintaining a current, scalable and reliable technology infrastructure that supports the dynamic requirements of Bedford County
  • Leveraging best practices in information security and governance to preserve and protect the information resources in our care
  • Maximizing return on investment by being good stewards of our scarce human and capital resources 
  • Improving service quality and efficiency to all of our stakeholders

Jeff Marecic is the Chief Information Technology Officer (CITO)