..PAP FLYER 2021


FRIDAY will be the last day we will be picking up for cleanup week.  Please have everything at the curb by 7:00 A.M. FRIDAY MORNING.
All citizens are encouraged to clean up their yard of unwanted debris. During the week of April 26 -30, 2021 the Town will provide AT NO CHARGE curbside pickup of limbs, debris, discarded appliances, etc. Limbs and brush need to be separated from other debris and bundled into lengths of 5 feet and no more than 30lb per bundle.
NO household garbage, paint, chemicals, tires or batteries will be picked up.

Citizens are asked to have the items curbside not later than 7:00 am Monday morning, April 26, 2021 for this free service.

Public Notice

Effective Thursday, April 1, 2021, the playground will be open for public use.

Public Notice

Effective immediately, the Town will no longer pickup leaves, pine tags, grass clippings, yard vegetation, etc. unless these items are in garbage bags.

HEARTBEATS: A Virtual Concert Event

This benefit concert is being hosted by Tri-County Community Action Agency in a effort to raise funds to better support individuals experiencing homelessness.



Department of Historic Resources


dept of historic

Sunnyfield Farm



Longwood Small Business Development Center

Building the Foundation for Your New Business

January 21, 2021
Thu 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Topic: Start-up Assistance

Some of the most popular reasons to start a business include-having a unique business idea, designing a career that has the flexibility to grow with you, working toward financial independence, and investing in yourself. Prepare to start a successful business: Evaluate your entrepreneurial abilities Marketing strategies Financial resources Legal form of organization Tips to prepare & present your business plan Not every small business is positioned for success, so you may be in for a real challenge when you decide to take the plunge, ditch your day job, and become a business owner. The stage is often set in the beginning, so make sure you start with a strong foundation.

Speaker(s): Presented and taught by Lin Hite, Regional Director SBDC

Co-Sponsor(s): Longwood SBDC, George Mason University, Virginia Small Business Development Center, U.S. Small Business Administration


Fee: No Cost

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Phone: 434-395-2086
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Water Pressure Issue

Due to an emergency repair on Endly Street the town is experiencing decreased water pressure. We will have pressure back to normal as soon as possible.

Leaf Pickup Complete

The Town has completed leaf pickup for this year. If you have more leaves, please place in trash bags for garbage pickup.

Public Notice

The Town Offce and the Police Department will remain closed until at least Monday, November 16 due to COVID.  Payments may be made online, via phone, the drop box or mail.  We apologize for the inconvenience.

Leaf Pick Up

The Town will began leaf pick up on November 18th.

Unveiling of Virginia's Newest LOVE Sculpture

Share the LOVE with MacCallum More Museum & Gardens, Mecklenburg County & Virginia Tourism,
November 15th.
WHO: MacCallum More Museum & Gardens, Mecklenburg County Tourism, the Chase City
Chamber of Commerce, Town of Chase City and Virginia Tourism Corporation.
WHAT: Join us for the unveiling of Virginia’s newest LOVE sculpture and a celebration of Fall,
travel and tourism in Mecklenburg County, VA.
WHERE: MacCallum More Museum & Gardens – 603 Hudgins Street Chase City, VA
WHEN: Sunday, November 15th 1pm – 5pm
MORE: It's time for that road trip to discover one of Virginia’s greatest hidden treasures! This 6-
acre oasis located in the heart of Chase City is waiting to offer you the peace & respite
you seek. Join us on November 15th as we unveil our new LOVE sculpture and celebrate
Fall in the Gardens with many fall treats in store like award-winning Brunswick stew
mastered by Daniel Town Stew Crew - 2019 Taste of Brunswick Festival Champions. A
cider bar featuring fresh pressed Virginia apple cider from Morris’ Orchard, a hot dog bar,
fire pit for s’mores and hand-made wares by the Lake Country Artisans Guild. Live music
by the Tobacco Road Band. Admission is Free.
Tourism is an instant revenue generator for Mecklenburg County and Virginia. In 2019,
local tourism generated $152 million in revenue, supported nearly 1,500 jobs locally and
provided $1.8 billion in state and local revenue for the Commonwealth. The LOVEworks
program is an extension of the iconic Virginia is for Lovers brand, designed to promote
travel throughout the Commonwealth.
CONTACT: Tina Morgan, Tourism Coordinator
434-738-6191 x4438
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Note to media: Images of LOVEworks from around the Commonwealth are available at, the official pressroom of the Virginia Tourism Corporation.





There will be a drive-thru Trunk or Treat at the Fairgrounds Saturday, October 31, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Bring your little ghosts and goblins!!

Mecklenburg County’s Gift Card Match Program - Round 3


There will be trimming of trees and bushes at Woodland Cemetery in the upcoming weeks.  If you have any questions or concerns please call the Town Manager at (434) 372-5136.

Clean Up Week Date Change

Fall Clean up week has been changed. The town will be conducting our annual Fall Clean Up the week of October 19-23. Please have your brush and debris out during this week that we have dedicated to keeping Chase City clean and clear of debris and junk.


We will NOT be taking batteries, tires, paint or corrosives, you must dispose of those yourself at the regional landfill. If you have any questions, contact the Town Shop at 372-3220.

Upskilling Program

Microsoft and the SOVA Innovation Hub have partnered with gener8tor, a turnkey platform for the creative economy to execute an Upskilling program for customer service and sales roles.

Click link below for details.



Small Business Grant Program

The Rebuild VA Grant Fund is a program to help small businesses and non-profits whose normal operations were disrupted by COVID-19, including restaurants, brick and mortar retail, exercise and fitness facilities, personal care and personal grooming services, entertainment and public amusement establishments, and campgrounds.
Businesses and non-profits that are approved for a Rebuild VA grant may receive up to 3 times their average monthly eligible expenses up to a maximum of $10,000. 
Linda Tackett, Regional Lending Manager for the Virginia Small Business Financing Authority in the Department of Small Business & Supplier Diversity, will present an overview of the Grant Fund’s updated eligibility criteria to receive funds, the eligible expenses to be covered by the funding and the documents required for submission with an application for funding. She will also answer questions at the conclusion of her presentation.
The website to visit for more information on the REBUILD! VA Grant Fund is:
Tell us how your business is faring during COVID-19
The Virginia Small Business Development Centers are partnering with the Federal Reserve on the 2020 Small Business Credit Survey. This survey amplifies the voices of small businesses and provides timely economic data to policymakers who are weighing decisions that affect small businesses.
Please click the link below to complete the survey. Thank you for participating
The survey closes October 31, 2020. Questions? Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view

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