Hanover Access News

Planning Commission meets tonight

The Hanover Planning Commission meets tonight at 7 p.m. with several public hearings on the agenda in addition to a work session on the Marchetti Properties requested rezoning (known as the Lake District of Glen Allen). The work session is scheduled to be held after the public hearings.

SpookieFUN Fest

Spooky Halloween fun at Pole Green and Poor Farms parks this weekend

Hanover Parks and Recreation kicks off the Halloween season with SpookieFUN Fest, a family fun event, held tomorrow night at Pole Green Park and Saturday night at Poor Farm Park. Families with children 12 and under are invited to come in their best costume and bring their flashlight and trick or treat bag! DJ Luke in the Monster Mash Dance area with a special performance by the Richmond Urban Dance group, rides and inflatables (designed for ages 3-12), get up close with the Mystery Machine, Pumpkin Walk, visit Taylor's mini-pumpkin patch where you can decorate your pumpkin, SpookieFUN games, The Game Patrol, *Casper's FUN Hunt and Maze (ages 4 and under), *Flashlight Candy Hunt (ages 5- 12), just to name a few things you will find at SpookieFUN! Trick or treat in the Hanover Treats area and do crafts and activities in Taylor's Tricks area with participating local businesses and organizations. Events run 5-8:30 p.m. For more information please contact Parks & Recreation at 365-7150 or via email at parksandrec@hanovercounty.gov

Rabies vaccination clinic

Rabies vaccination clinic Saturday

Hanover County Animal Control makes it easy for people to get their pets vaccinated by holding rabies vaccination clinics in the fall and winter. The first will be held this Saturday at Western Hanover Church, 16050 Mountain Road, Montpelier, from 9 a.m. to noon. Vaccines will be administered at a cost of $8 per dog or cat. The second will be offered on December 8 at the County Administration Building at Hanover Courthouse. Watch the video here.

Shredding event offered on Saturday at Rutland Kroger

The Sheriff’s Office and the Hanover-Ashland Triad will provide an opportunity for people to shred their personal papers on Saturday with a Shred Identify Theft event at the Rutland Kroger. The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. (first come, first served – the event will conclude when the truck is filled.) A free child safety seat inspection will be provided.

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