DALEVILLE — Botetourt County offices have completed their moves to the Botetourt County Administration Center (Greenfield Education and Training Center) at 57 S. Center Drive in Daleville.
Last year, the county announced the relocation of a number of offices from the town of Fincastle to the center in Daleville.
County Administration and Economic Development were able to move to the center into existing office space.
This fall, an adaptive reuse project in the building converted much of the building from educational space to modern office space.
This has allowed the remaining offices and staff to move to the building.
As of December, the following offices will be located in the Botetourt County Administration Center:
— Board of Supervisors;
— Children’s Services (CSA);
— Commissioner of the Revenue;
— Community Development;
— Building and Development Services;
— Planning and Zoning;
— County Administration;
— Economic Development;
— Financial Services;
— Human Resources;
— Technology Services;
Please visit www.botetourtva.gov for detailed contact information for each department.
The phone numbers for each of the offices remain unchanged.
With the exception of the commissioner of the revenue and the treasurer, the offices will remain open by appointment only.
Please contact the respective office for making an appointment.
The commissioner of the revenue and the treasurer’s offices will be open to the public 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.
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