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Contact customer service 804-365-6040 between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m or call the automated inspection line 804-365-6036. In addition you may schedule an inspection by visiting the Hanover County Building Inspector's Office
No, but you can contact your inspector the day of your inspection to receive an approximate time for your inspection.
For additional information concerning when a permit is required please contact our office at 804-365-6040. View our various forms and applications for building by viewing documents of the Building Inspector's Office.
- The property owner or lessee of the building - A licensed engineer - An architect, contractor, or subcontractor employed in connection with the prospective work Engineers, architects, contractors, or subcontractors must be licensed to practice in Virginia. If you are not a licensed contractor you need to submit the
You can discover additional information from the Virginia State Police
Submit the following in person to the Hanover County Circuit Court Clerk’s Office:
By mail: (Only for renewals)Hanover County Circuit Court ClerkAttention: Civil DivisionP.O. Box 39Hanover, VA 23069
In person:Hanover CourthouseCircuit Court Clerk’s Office2nd Floor7530 County Complex RoadHanover, VA 23069Hours: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.Monday - Friday
You can obtain it by visiting: Circuit Court Clerk’s Office Circuit Courthouse 2nd Floor 7530 County Complex Road Hanover, Virginia 23069 Or online by visiting the
Requirements can be found on the Virginia State Police
The clerk’s office will provide notice in writing upon denial of the application of your right to a court hearing and the requirements for perfecting an appeal. Information on appeals can be found in Virginia Code Section 18.2-308.08.
Each attorney, staff member, or governmental employee must complete the OCRA Application and Subscriber Agreement (PDF).
If you do not know which department is the owner of the records in which you are interested, contact the County Administrator's Office at 804-365-6005, or click the Freedom of Information Act link on the County Administrator's webpage.
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Hanover County has implemented a traffic shift to allow construction of a new portion of Atlee Station Road without a full detour of the road. Construction of this detour began on April 20th and traffic can be expected to shift over to the new detour in early May.
After construction of the new section of Atlee Road and the Atlee Road Connector is complete, traffic will be shifted through this new intersection. Construction on this new section should be complete around the end of June. Until then, current detours will remain in effect. Residents of Atlee Manor and those living directly across from the project on Atlee Station Road will continue to use existing Atlee Station Road until the connection to Warren Avenue is made.
This connection should be complete shortly after the new traffic shift.
This revised traffic and construction plan is an effort to minimize traffic congestion at the Route 301 intersection; initial plans had been to divert traffic from Atlee Station Road through Rutland to the Route 301 intersection. “We feel this is a positive benefit to the project to alleviate that traffic at Route 301,” said Randy Hardman, Deputy Director for the Hanover County Department of Public Works and Manager of the project.
The Atlee Road Extension project began in March 2017 and is scheduled to be completed in the fall of this year. Upon completion it will greatly increase the capacity to move vehicles through the area and offer improved alternatives for traveling to work, schools and shopping.
For more information, contact Randy Hardman at the Department of Public Works at 804-365-6376.
A video interview updating the construction activities for the Atlee Road Extended project can be seen here.
More information about this project, it can be read at the Atlee Road Extension project page on the Virginia Department of Transportation website
Reconstruction of the Lewistown Road Bridge over I-95 is in its final stages. The Virginia Department of Transportation has been hampered by winter weather but hopes to have the project completed this month. VDOT notes that if winter weather continues to slow work, completion of the project may need to be pushed into spring.
The new bridge is being built to current height standards and widened to accommodate two westbound lanes and one eastbound lane. Information on the project can be read here.
To invite wireless internet providers into the county, Hanover County created an incentive-based rate structure for use of its communications towers. It currently has a memorandum of understanding with one company about leasing space on its communications towers and serving county residents in rural areas in both the eastern and western sides of the County, and that work is underway.
Hanover County does not provide internet services but encourages all providers to offer these services to residents and businesses throughout the county.
Cash and credit/debit cards are accepted by:
A service fee will apply for all cash and credit/debit card transactions.
Parks and Recreation makes every effort to get the summer information to you as soon as possible. Look for the physical copy of the Hanover Review or the Discover Recreation brochure between the end of March to the middle of April. You can view programs online at:
Picnic shelters are available at the following parks: Courthouse, Hanover Wayside, Montpelier, Poor Farm, Pole Green, Taylor and Washington Lacy. Rental information.
Pole Green Community Center is open Monday and Tuesday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Also, a few systems have plastic filters permitted by the Virginia Department of Health. These systems are also not required to pump-out every 5 years because they routinely require more frequent maintenance. If you have an approved plastic filter, you may submit evidence and request being removed from the program. The Virginia Department of Health does not have a list of systems with approved plastic filters. Regular pumping and maintenance will save you money and protect the environment.
Plastic filters require regular maintenance to keep them from clogging and backing sewage into your home. Routine maintenance typically includes the removal and proper disposal of non-biodegradable solids from the filter and then hosing down the filter over your septic tank to return the filtered solids to the tank for additional treatment. While not mandatory, the Virginia Department of Health still recommends that systems with plastic filters pump have their septic tanks pumped regularly to maintain peak system performance and extend the life of your drainfield.