Rockbridge County sits at the head of the James River watershed and has a visually pleasing mixture of mountains and rolling hills. The county leads the region in forestry and is 3rd in the state for hardwood production.
Rockbridge County currently leads the region in acres conserved with 37,186 acres under conservation easement.
- The County Website is: Rockbridge County Website
- To find out who are the Board of Supervisors click: Board of Supervisors
- For list of Boards & Committees (such as Historic Preservation, Development, Planning Commission or Zoning) browse: Boards & Committees
- Click Below to see the Land Use Map of the County: Land Use Map
- For the Chamber of Commerce click: Chamber of Commerce
- For local stewardship actions & advocacy browse: Rockbridge Area Conservation Council
- Regional planning information can be found at the: Central Shenandoah Planning District Commission
- Read VCC’s Middlebrook-Brownsburg Corridor study about the cultural and natural resources of the Staunton to Lexington Corridor.
- Check out Rockbridge County’s online GIS mapping program.