As a part of Hamilton Day 2014, there will be a kids cross country race Saturday morning, April 26, 2014 on the grounds of Hamilton Elementary School. Additional information and registration form can be found HERE.
Please join Cub Scout Pack 953 in our Hamilton Green Clean scheduled for this Saturday, March 29, 2014. All available hands are meeting at 7:30 am in the parking lot of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints building on the corner of Reid Street and Old Colonial Highway for a division of areas around town that need clean up crews. Come join us as we give Hamilton a green clean!
Recently, the Planning Commission and Town Council approved changes to the Town’s Zoning Ordinance. A copy of the new ordinance can be found here.
The Ruritan Clubs of Hamilton and Ashburn are selling Indian River Citrus Fruit as a fund raising project. The proceeds from this sale will be used to support Loudoun County civic activities such as Fire and Rescue, 4H, Scouts, Little League, Heritage Hall, Lifeline, Interfaith Relief, Abused Women’s Shelter, scholarship funds, and other worthwhile causes. Order deadline is January 7, 2014 and an order form and more information can be found here. Fruit pick-up is Saturday, January 25, 2014, at the Hamilton Safety Center.
The Town of Hamilton will continue the tradition of lining Colonial Highway with Luminaria on Christmas Eve, Tuesday, December 24,2013 in celebration of the holiday season. The community is welcome to join in the preparation of the Luminaria at 12:00 noon on Christmas Eve at the Hamilton Safety Center, 39071 E Colonial Hwy.
Please light the Luminaria in front of your house between 5:00-5:30 pm that evening.
If possible, please collect and dispose of the Luminaria bags & tea light shells in front of your home on Wednesday afternoon. The sand can stay behind.
There has been a report of several larcenies from unlocked vehicles this week on Ivandale Road. Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office would like to remind residents to lock their vehicles and secure all valuables in a safe location or out of plain view from potential thieves. In the majority of these cases, the vehicles were entered without any signs of force or physical damage and were believed to be left unlocked. Securing your property, to include closing garage doors to a residence, prevent the majority of these criminal incidents. “Locking your vehicle and removing expensive items from plain view will reduce your chances of becoming the victim of this crime opportunity,” said Loudoun County Sheriff Mike Chapman.
Tonight’s Christmas Tree Lighting at Hamilton Community Park has been canceled due to the inclement weather.