News and Announcements

New Voting Equipment

Announcements

For the November 2014 Election when you enter your Polling Place to vote you will see new voting equipment. Because of improved technology we will now have one voting machine that will accommodate any and all voters. We will no longer be using the Electronic Touch Screen machines. Every ballot that is cast will be on paper and run through the tabulator similar to the other machine that we use.

 I would like to give some background on why the new machines. The optical scan machines are approximately 19 years old and the Touch Screen Machines 9 years old.

 In Oct 29, 2002 President Bush signed into law the Help America Vote Act and in doing so every state was required to replace punch card and lever-based voting systems and to also have in place at least one voting machine designated to be accessible for people with disabilities. The law gave states until 2006 to purchase the equipment. In 2004 the Touch Screen machines were purchased for our county using Federal funds. In 2005 the machines were introduced and by 2006 the machines were in full force for any voter that wanted to use them and for the most part the voters as well as the officers of election really liked them. But in 2007 the General Assembly enacted the law 24.2-626 stating "on and after July 1, 2007 no county or city shall acquire any Direct Recording Electronic machine for use in elections in the county or city..."

 Since our machines were getting some wear and tear on them and we were not allowed to purchase the Touch Screen machines we had to find machines that we could still adhere to the Help America Vote Act thus the machines that the Electoral Board and myself have chosen. We will have a machine set up in our office mid- August if anyone would like to come in and see a demo.

ALL KING GEORGE COUNTY BUSINESSES REMINDER

Announcements

ALL KING GEORGE COUNTY BUSINESSES

REMINDER

King George County Business, Professional,

Occupational Licenses MUST be paid to the

Commissioner of Revenue’s Office

on or before June 30, 2014.


Jo Ann H. Ando

Commissioner of the Revenue

10459 Courthouse Dr., Ste. 101

King George, VA 22485-3865

(540) 775-4664

Official Election Notice - UOCAVA Voters

Announcements

Official Election Notice — UOCAVA Voters                King George County

2014 Elections                                                      Election Date: November 4 2014

This is an official notice of an election to be conducted in King George County on November 4, 2014.   If you are an absent military or overseas citizen eligible to vote in state and local elections, you may register to vote and request a regular absentee ballot for upcoming elections by using the federal postcard application (FPCA), available at WWW.FVAP.GOV  You can electronically apply for ballots by submitting your FPCA by fax to 540-775-4852 or scanned email attachment to This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it Detailed instructions are provided in the Virginia Voting Assistance Guide, available at http://www.fvap.gov/resources/media/vagVA.pdf   If you have a Virginia DMV issued driver license or identification card, you can also register to vote or renew your voter registration online using the State Board of  Elections voter registration portal:  https://www.vote.virginia.gov/    Please note if you use the portal you must also submit separately a new FPCA to receive ballots for future elections through the end of the next calendar year; you can also submit a Virginia absentee ballot application for a specific election once scheduled.  

If you do not receive your state ballot in time, you may vote using a Federal Write-In Absentee Ballot (FWAB), available at WWW.FVAP.GOV  This notice enables you to identify all of the federal, state, local offices and, if applicable, ballot measures this city/county expects, as of this date, to be on the ballot. (See Virginia State Board of Elections website, What is on my Ballot ?, available at http://www.sbe.virginia.gov 

Virginia law requires an Election Notice for UOCAVA voters not later than 100 days before a regularly scheduled election that permits absentee voting, and as soon as practicable in the case of a Special Election held at a time other than a regularly scheduled Special Election.  As soon as ballot styles are approved, the Virginia State Board of Elections will update its website with the certified candidates for each office and ballot measures that will be on the ballot. For most elections, ballots will be sent at least 46 days before the election to voters that have requested them; ballots for special scheduled after the deadline not involving a federal office will be sent as soon as possible.  You may request an updated Election Notice be sent to you.

 

Using a Federal Write-in Absentee Ballot: 

This notice may be used to vote a federal write-in absentee ballot (FWAB).

Before using a FWAB, you must first request a regular absentee ballot by using the federal postcard application (FPCA), available at WWW.FVAP.GOV  You can electronically apply for ballots by submitting your FPCA by fax to 540-775-4852 or scanned email attachment to This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it  Detailed instructions are provided in the Virginia Voting Assistance Guide, available at http://www.fvap.gov/resources/media/vagVA.pdf 

Covered military and overseas voters who have not timely received a regular absentee ballot may use the FWAB to register to vote, request an absentee ballot, and vote an official military-overseas ballot. Your signed and completed FWAB must be received no later than the close of polls on Election Day. If received later than this day and time, your FWAB ballot normally will not be counted. Federal write-in absentee ballots are available at WWW.FVAP.GOV   A FWAB ballot or a regular ballot can only be returned by mail addressed to the voting official for your city or county of voting residence.  Virginia does not allow return of any voted ballot electronically, by email or fax.  

Marking a Federal Write-in Absentee Ballot:

When marking a FWAB, for each office for which you wish to vote, write in either a candidate's name or political party designation. For ballot measures or referenda, write either "YES" (you are for the ballot measure or referendum) or "NO" (you are against the ballot measure or referendum). If you indicated you wish to participate in a party primary, you may only vote for the candidates of the party you indicated.  Please contact your local election official to confirm your absentee or voter registration status. You may also visit the Virginia State Board of Elections website to check your Voter Registration and Absentee Voting status from the home page:  http://www.sbe.virginia.gov

 

Please check the website for the Virginia State Board of Elections www.sbe.virginia.gov  for additional information on military-overseas absentee voting.

 

 

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FY14-15 Budget Information from the County Administrator

Government News

Please click on the link, below, for the County Administrator's Presentation from 4-15-2014 BOS Meeting:

FY14-15 Public Hearing Presentation from 04-15-2014 FY14-15 Public Hearing Budget Presentation from 4-15-2014 BOS Meeting by County Administrator

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Please click on the link, below, for the advertisement of the King George County Proposed FY14-15 Budget:

King George County Proposed Budget Advertisement King George County Proposed FY14-15 Budget Advertisement

Hazardous Waste Days in 2014

Announcements

King George Landfill Hazardous2.gifpresents its yearly

Hazardous Waste Day (including e-Waste)

(absolutely no businesses)

Please be prepared to show your
permanent yellow sticker!

April 5th

August 9th

December 13th

 

Hours of Operations

8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Convenience Center at the main landfill on Birchwood Creek. 

OPEN TO ALL RESIDENTS OF KING GEORGE COUNTY

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Taylorsville Basin - KG Community Meeting - June 12, 2014

Announcements

Community Meeting Audience Questions & PowerPoint Presentations - June 12, 2014:

Questions from 06-12-14 Community Meeting on Fracking Community Questions from 06-12-14 - KG County Meeting on Fracking

Taylorsville Basin - Potential for Undiscovered Natural Gas Resources? Taylorsville Basin - Potential for Undiscovered Natural Gas Resources?

King George County Fracking 101 King George County Fracking 101

King George County Presentation - DEQ Gas Drilling & Hydraulic Fracturing in the Tidewater Region

King George Presentation - DEQ  Overview:  DEQ's Role in Enhanced Gas Recovery

Virginia's Oil and Gas Program - Legal and Regulatory Framework Virginia's Oil and Gas Program - Legal and Regulatory Framework

 

BOS Meeting PowerPoint Presentations - Feb 4, 2014:

Taylorsville Basin Presentation - BOS Meeting Feb 4, 2014 Taylorsville Basin Presentation - BOS Meeting Feb 4, 2014

Taylorsville Gas & Water Presentation - BOS Meeting Feb 4, 2014 Taylorsville Gas & Water Presentation - BOS Meeting Feb 4, 2014

 

Pertinent Documents and Presentations:

Fracking 101 1st Half - Feb 14, 2014 Fracking 101 - 1st Half Presentation - Workshop Feb 2014

Fracking 101 2nd Half - Feb 14, 2014 Fracking 101 - 2nd Half Presentation - Workshop Feb 2014

Gas Drilling & Hydrolic Fracturing in the Tidewater Region Workshop - Jan 14, 2014 Gas Drilling & Hydrolic Fracturing in the Tidewater Region Workshop - Jan 29, 2014

Draft Ordinance - Natural Gas - Latest Version Nov 25, 2013 Draft Ordinance - Natural Gas - Latest Version Nov 25, 2013

Natural Gas Overlay Map with Drilling Unit Natural Gas Overlay Map with Drilling Unit

 

Educational Links:

Frac Focus website:   http://fracfocus.org/

Virginia Regulatory Town Hall - Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy's Gas and Oil Regulation page: http://www.townhall.virginia.gov/L/ViewChapter.cfm?chapterid=1792

Virginia Regulatory Town Hall - Department of Environmental Quality's Guidelines for the Preparation of Environmental Impact Assessments for Oil or Gas Well Drilling Operation in Tidewater Virginia page: http://www.townhall.virginia.gov/L/ViewChapter.cfm?chapterid=1172

Senator Richard Stuart's Senate Bill 48 regarding Eastern Virginia Groundwater Management Area; prohibition on oil and gas drillinghttp://leg1.state.va.us/cgi-bin/legp504.exe?ses=141&typ=bil&val=sb48

 

PUBLIC NOTICE: New KGALERT System is Here!

Announcements
 

PUBLIC NOTICE:

New KGALERT System is Here! 

 

King George County is launching a new KGALERT system. The new system will offer many new features including improved Verizon Wireless text message delivery. In order to continue to receive alerts you must go to http://www.kgalert.com/ and create a new account. The current KGALERT system will be eventually phased out. During this transition period, alerts will be sent out on both systems.

PowerPrint Presentation from the BOS Meeting on Feb 4, 2014 - Click on this link:

 KGALERT Demonstration KGALERT Demonstration

 

YOU MUST SIGN UP FOR A NEW ACCOUNT TO CONTINUE TO RECEIVE KGALERTS

 

If you are having difficulty you may email This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 540.775.8900.

 

Steven T. Lynd

Captain/Deputy Emergency Management Coordinator

King George County Department of Fire, Rescue and Emergency Services

Official Election Notice -- UOCAVA Voters

Announcements

 

Official Election Notice-UOCAVA Voters                King George County

2014 Elections                                                      Election Date: November 4 2014

This is an official notice of an election to be conducted in King George County on November 4, 2014.   If you are an absent military or overseas citizen eligible to vote in state and local elections, you may register to vote and request a regular absentee ballot for upcoming elections by using the federal postcard application (FPCA), available at http://www.fvap.gov/  You can electronically apply for ballots by submitting your FPCA by fax to 540-775-4852 or scanned email attachment to This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it Detailed instructions are provided in the Virginia Voting Assistance Guide, available at http://www.fvap.gov/resources/media/vagVA.pdf   If you have a Virginia DMV issued driver license or identification card, you can also register to vote or renew your voter registration online using the State Board of  Elections voter registration portal:  https://www.vote.virginia.gov/    Please note if you use the portal you must also submit separately a new FPCA to receive ballots for future elections through the end of the next calendar year; you can also submit a Virginia absentee ballot application for a specific election once scheduled.  

If you do not receive your state ballot in time, you may vote using a Federal Write-In Absentee Ballot (FWAB), available at http://www.fvap.gov/  This notice enables you to identify all of the federal, state, local offices and, if applicable, ballot measures this city/county expects, as of this date, to be on the ballot. (See Virginia State Board of Elections website, What is on my Ballot ?, available at http://www.sbe.virginia.gov/

Virginia law requires an Election Notice for UOCAVA voters not later than 100 days before a regularly scheduled election that permits absentee voting, and as soon as practicable in the case of a Special Election held at a time other than a regularly scheduled Special Election.  As soon as  ballot styles are approved, the Virginia State Board of Elections will update its website with the certified candidates for each office and ballot measures that will be on the ballot. For most elections, ballots will be sent at least 46 days before the election to voters that have requested them; ballots for special scheduled after the deadline not involving a federal office will be sent as soon as possible.  You may request an updated Election Notice be sent to you.

 

Using a Federal Write-in Absentee Ballot:

This notice may be used to vote a federal write-in absentee ballot (FWAB).

Before using a FWAB, you must first request a regular absentee ballot by using the federal postcard application (FPCA), available at http://www.fvap.gov/  You can electronically apply for ballots by submitting your FPCA by fax to 540-775-4852 or scanned email attachment to This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it  Detailed instructions are provided in the Virginia Voting Assistance Guide, available at http://www.fvap.gov/resources/media/vagVA.pdf

Covered military and overseas voters who have not timely received a regular absentee ballot may use the FWAB to register to vote, request an absentee ballot, and vote an official military-overseas ballot. Your signed and completed FWAB must be received no later than the close of polls on Election Day. If received later than this day and time, your FWAB ballot normally will not be counted. Federal write-in absentee ballots are available at http://www.fvap.gov/   A FWAB ballot or a regular ballot can only be returned by mail addressed to the voting official for your city or county of voting residence.  Virginia does not allow return of any voted ballot electronically, by email or fax. 

 

Marking a Federal Write-in Absentee Ballot:

When marking a FWAB, for each office for which you wish to vote, write in either a candidate's name or political party designation. For ballot measures or referenda, write either "YES" (you are for the ballot measure or referendum) or "NO" (you are against the ballot measure or referendum). If you indicated you wish to participate in a party primary, you may only vote for the candidates of the party you indicated.  Please contact your local election official to confirm your absentee or voter registration status. You may also visit the Virginia State Board of Elections website to check your Voter Registration and Absentee Voting status from the home page:  http://www.sbe.virginia.gov/

 

Please check the website for the Virginia State Board of Elections http://www.sbe.virginia.gov/  for additional information on military-overseas absentee voting.

 

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