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State Fire Marshal’s Office Stresses Firework Safety During the Fourth of July Holiday
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
RICHMOND (June 29, 2022) - The Virginia Department of Fire Progr...
On Thursday, June 16, 2022, Christina and her husband Ryan welcomed Lucas Christopher into their life weighing it at 9.13 pounds and 21.25 inches long. All are doing well!
On Thursday, May 12, 2022, Justin and his wife Rebecca welcomed Ryleigh Adira into their life. All are doing well!!!
Congratulations to Lt. Cody Dunn for graduating from the 2022 Virginia Fire Officer Academy. We are proud of your accomplishments., hard work and dedication. Keep up the Great Work!
Join the fun on Saturday, July 9, 2022 at Sealston Sports Complex for our annual Independence Celebration. Gates open at 7pm with music by Third Stream Giants starting at 7:15. Food vendors will be onsite. The spectacular fireworks sho...
On Saturday, May 14, 2022, Matthew and his wife welcomed Blair Alexandra Lansden into their life weighing it at 8 pounds and 21 inches long. All are doing well!
On February 22, 2022 at 7:54 am, Michael and Elaine MacNeil welcomed Finn MacNeil into their life weighing it at 6.14 pounds and 21 inches long. All are doing well!
Recently, Battalion Chief Hynson presented DPO Steven Self with the department’s “Senior” shield. This silver leaf shield is given to the department’s most senior member below an officer rank to recognize their tenure in King George. DPO Self started with...
Our department was the recent recipient of a donation by the Southern Maryland Dirt Riders Club (SMDR). The club was looking for ways to support public safety in King George and wanted to make a donation for a piece of rescue equipment. With the SMDR’s do...
We are extremely proud to present the graduates of our second Certified Academy: FF/Recruit Earnshaw, FF/EMT Friberg, FF/Medic Hall, FF/EMT Murray and FF/EMT Toler. We were fortunate to have King George Board of Supervisor members Annie Cupka - Chairwoman...
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Congratulations to not only one, but FOUR of our newest released EMS to Fire and EMT/Firefighter Probation providers! Our officers on B and C shifts have been very busy working with these providers to assist them in accomplishing the cognitive and skills ...
Our department would like to announce and congratulate Christina DeGruy on her promotion to an EMS Lieutenant position! A ceremony was held today to recognize her achievement, with presentations from Chief Moody and Division Chief Shawn Simmons about the ...
Please join us for the upcoming Zoning and Subdivision Ordinance overhaul work sessions. Public input ensures the ordinance revisions address resident concerns and expectations.
Work Sessions will begin at 6pm and be held in the Board Room of the...
We are making changes
Our Department is undergoing major changes to our Zoning and Subdivision Ordinances. Please have patience with us as we begin this transition.
Click Here to view a Guide to Zoning that will provide detail on these ordinances and their purpose.&am...
This plan is a shared effort from member jurisdications: the towns of Bowling Green and Port Royal, the City of Fredericksburg, and the counties of Caroline, King George, Spotsylvania and Stafford, along with the Rappahannock Tribe.
You can view County Calendar for a list of upcoming Board Meetings/Work Sessions.
Have a safe and fun holiday, King George!
The law requires that the Commissioner of the Revenue reassess real property (land) every four years. The reassessment is the new value of your land for the next four years (2022-2025).
Click link below, for the Notice:
Help the fairies find their garden before the cats get them! Ages 3-6
A cereal bar and a movie where a dashing pirate named Westley rescues true love Buttercup. And yes, it's a kissing book. Teens 12-18 Movie rated PG
This spellbinding special event introduces children to the principles of air and pressure. Children see an incredible exothermic reaction take place and even get the chance to watch a hovercraft in action!Grades K-6.
Learn the science behind our favorite sugary treat, and taste science in action! Note: This event occurs after Up, Up, and Away and must be registered separately. Only those registered will be allowed to attend.&nbs...
Create canvas art by pouring paint into a design of your choosing. Teens 12-18
Jump into the exciting world of Tabletop Role Playing Games. Registration required.
Ages 8 to 12 - 10 AM
Ages 13 to 17 - 12:30 PM
Ages 18 and up - 3 PM
Chose from one of our designs to make your own summer tote bag. Ages 14 and up. Completion of Introduction to Cricut or previous experience using Cricut Maker is required.
Demi god training. Cabin challenges to prove you're worthy of a quest!Grades 3-6.
Join us for kid-friendly movies all summer long. All movies start at 11 AM. Please call 540-775-2147 for movie titles.
Brightly colored messy art with a bit of science.*This event takes place outside, a rain delay will be announced if necessary. Ages 2-6.
A STEAM program for children ages 4-5 to explore and learn together. We will encourage creative hands-on play while exploring, investigating, and being curious thinkers. Ages 4-5
Join us for a film from the 1980s, 1990s, and 2000s. These are outdoor movies. Please bring your own chair. In the event of rain, the events will be moved into the library. Registration required.  ...
Ahoy mates! Raise your sails for a high-seas adventure. Join Captain Steve and his friends as they take you on an amazing voyage in search of treasure!Ages 4-12
July's book theme is Historical Fiction. Whether it's an old favorite or a recent read, plan to bring along a historical fiction book (or two!) of your choosing to share with the group. Snacks will be provided. For ages 18 &...
Christopher Pike was king of teen horror in the 90s and this room hopes to thrill! Pizza will be your reward.This event takes place after the library is closed. Teens 12-18
Summer Reading BINGO is back! Ages 18 and up.
Program information can be found on the BINGO sheet and instructions.
For more information, check out our Seed Library Brochure.
Do you have seeds to donate? Please use our Seed Library Donation Form.
The library will be closed Monday, July 4.