Fauquier County

PEC works to help citizens in Fauquier build better communities and protect cherished resources–scenic views, working farms, historic heritage, clean water, and healthy air. 

Fauquier Land Use Update - June 2, 2020

Fauquier Land Use Update – June 2, 2020

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As we enter the month of June our communities have entered Phase 1 of reopening. Much is still closed but much has also opened up in a limited way. The Town of Warrenton has implemented the “Roll Out Warrenton” initiative ...
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Fauquier Land Use Update - May 4, 2020

Fauquier Land Use Update – May 4, 2020

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As we enter the month of May our communities remain under orders to maintain social distancing. Fauquier County has adopted a significantly reduced budget and is implementing a new public hearing format which allows for both in person and remote ...
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Earth Day Tree Giveaway

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The Piedmont Environmental Council partnered up with Friends of the Rappahannock to give away free trees to Fauquier County residents in honor of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day! ...
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2020 Bluebell Walk Video

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It’s bluebell season, and this weekend would have been our annual Bluebell Walk on Cedar Run. Since we couldn't gather together in person, Margrete and Mike Stevens, who host the event at their farm in Catlett, VA, made this fantastic ...
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Fauquier Land Use Update - April 3, 2020

Fauquier Land Use Update – April 3, 2020

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As I wrote last week, the Covid-19 pandemic is upending a lot, but our local governments are continuing to function and provide the vital services we depend on. One way Fauquier County has stepped up to address this crisis is ...
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