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Mayor Simpson is meeting with the Purcellville Post Office Postmaster the week of August 4th to discuss concerns regarding the Hamilton Post Office.
If you have a question/concern that you would like to have addressed, please e-mail that information to email@example.com.
The Hamilton Community Park will be closed on Saturday, July 12th, until 12:00 noon for maintenance. Purcellville Boy Scout Troop 39 will assist Town of Hamilton staff and council members in spreading mulch on the playground.
Thank you for your patience until the park opens at noon.
The Harmony Water Tower, near Harmony MS & Culbert ES, will be serviced next week starting June 23rd. While the Town doesn’t expect the maintenance to affect residential customers, we ask everyone to conserve water next week. Please call the Town Office at (540)338-2811 should you have any questions. The office is open Monday-Friday, from 8:00am – 4:30pm. Thank you for your assistance!
The 2013 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report can be found by clicking on the link below. The report will also be published in the Purcellville Gazette 0n June 27, 2014. Please contact the Town office at 540-338-2811 if you would like a copy of the report.
On May 12, 2014, the Town Council passed changes to the water & sewer rates. The new rates will be effective May 21, 2014, and will be see on the August 1, 2014 bills. The new rates can be found here.
The Town of Hamilton will hold elections for Mayor and Town Council on Tuesday, May 6, 2014.
Information for Voters
Polling Place: Hamilton Baptist Church, 16 E Colonial Hwy.
Hours: Polls will be open from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 6, 2014.
Candidates Appearing on Ballot
Write-in candidates are allowed in all General Elections and blank lines equal to the number of open seats for any open position will be printed on the ballot. In races where there are less candidates than seats available, the remaining seats will be filled by the write-in candidate(s) receiving the most votes.
Mayor (vote for not more than one) David R Simpson
Town Council (vote for not more than three) Michael E. Snyder
The annual parade which will begin at 11:00 am from the Hamilton Safety Center through town, ending at the corner of Reid Street and W. Colonial Highway (by Lowry’s Crab Shack and the LDS church). Welcomed are all decorated bicycles, walking costumed children, 4H, ball teams, local businesses, antique cars and tractors, etc. Any interested participants for the parade can contact Cheryl Campbell at firstname.lastname@example.org .
The Celebrate our Town of Hamilton festivities will commence once again after the parade at Hamilton Elementary School to include yummy food to purchase from the Hamilton Ruritans, a bake sale by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Hamilton Safety Center (Fire and Rescue), glitter tattoos for the kids, a 4H display area and Fire and Rescue vehicles. A flag ceremony on the baseball field with the announcing of players from the local Hamilton sports teams as well as the Hamilton Point to Point race winners will be at noon. Winding up the day will be two ball games starting at 2:00 pm on the baseball fields at HES.
Plan to come join the fun to Celebrate Hamilton!
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.