Welcome

Buckingham County is a model of planned residential and business development that ensures sufficient managed economic growth to enhance the quality of life of its residents, attracts desired socially responsible new businesses, and ensures a fiscally sound County government that is responsive to the needs of its residents and businesses while maintaining tax rates at a responsible level and while preserving the desired rural characteristics of the County. 

- Rebecca S. Carter, County Administrator



Events


Click HERE to access a comprehensive calendar of planned events for the Buckingham County Administration. .

Route 60 (E. James Anderson Hwy) Road Closure and Detour. Feb. 10 - Feb 14 For more information please click HERE.

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News


Buckingham County Board of Supervisiors Board Packet: The board packet for February 10th is now available. Meeting will be held at 6 pm. Please click HERE for more information.

The Planning Commission Packet: The commission packet for Monday, February 24th is now available. Meetings will be held at 7 pm. Please click HERE for more information

Pay your County Real Estate, Personal Property, Utilities, and Recreation fees now online.

 

Buckingham County now has Online GIS. Please visit: buckingham.interactivegis.com to take a look or you may click HERE.

 

 

 

Site Map


Use this link for a comprehensive listing of County Departments, County Services, and access to pertinent citizen information.

County Administrator & Finance

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County Departments

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County Services

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Law Enforcement

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Our Location/Facility

The Buckingham County Administration Building is located on US Route 60 approximately 2/10 (two-tenths) of a mile east of the Buckingham County Courthouse.  The Buckingham County Health Department and the Buckingham Department of Social Services are also located in this building. This building houses the following Constitutional officers and county departments: County Administrator, Treasurer, Commissioner of Revenue, Animal Control, Building Inspection, Zoning, Utilities, Recreation, Solid Waste, Planning Commission, and Industrial Development.

 

Board of Supervisors

Mr. Harry W. Bryant | District 5 (Chairman)

Mr. Don Matthews | District 3 (Vice Chairman)

Mr. Donnie Bryan | District 2

Mr. Robert Jones | District 1

Mr. Don Matthews | District 3

Mr. T. Jordan Miles | District 4

Mr. Joe Chambers | District 6

Mr. Danny R. Allen | District 7

 

Get in Touch

Phone:
(434) 969-4242

Address:
13380 West James Anderson Hwy
Buckingham, VA 23921

Hours of Business

8:30 a.m - 4:30 p.m

 



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