Hiring for Deputy Clerk I
Duties include but not limited to index, enter and scan all court documents in all Scott County Circuit Court Computer Systems. Assisting the public, answering phones, taking
payments and preparing daily deposit, maintain daily and monthly reports, probating estates, assisting the Judges, Attorneys, Litigants, other Circuit Court Clerk’s offices,
Sheriff’s Department, Court Reporter and entering all information in systems in a timely manner and any other duties directed by the Clerk of the Court.
Deputy Clerk must travel to Richmond or any other areas of the Commonwealth of Virginia for training when Clerk deems necessary. Experience in Virginia Court System preferred.
No phone calls, please. Applications may be mailed to Clerk of Scott Circuit Court 201 W. Jackson St. Suite 102 Gate City, VA. 24251.
Applications must be received no later than October 2, 2020 at 4:00 pm.
Voting Notice: Download
Household Hazardous Waste
Household Hazardous Waste: Download
Disaster Recovery Grant
Disaster Recovery Grant: Download
Park Maintenance Position
Park Maintenance Position: Download
CSB Vestibule Invitation to Bid: Download
CSB Vestibule Narrative: Download
CSB Vestibule Plans: Download
CSB Vestibule Sliding Door Specs: Download
CSB Vestibule HVAC Specs: Download
RFP-PBM Services: Download
RFP-Insurance Consultant: Download
Emergency Communication Specialist
Emergency Communication Specialist: Download
ITB-Shower House: Download
ITB-Clorox 360 Machines
ITB-Clorox 360 Machines: Download
ITB-Household Hazardous Waste
ITB-Household Hazardous Waste: Download
Blackgum Emergency Declaration
Blackgum Emergency Declaration: Download
Notice-Special Called Meeting
I am calling a Special Meeting of the Scott County Board of Supervisors for 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, August 18th, 2020. The meeting will be held in the Board of Supervisors'
Meeting Room of the Scott County Community Services Building, 190 Beech Street, 2nd Floor, Gate City, Virginia, for the purpose of confirming a Declaration of Local
Emergency in the Cliff Mountian area of Duffield.
Freda R. Starnes for Danny P. Mann
Chair, Scott County Foard of Supervisors
Watch Board of Supervisors Meeting Live
Click the following link to visit Scott County, VA Government's YouTube Channel in order to watch the meeting live :
Scott County,VA Government YouTube
Declaration of Local Emergency
Declaration of Local Emergency: Download
Coronavirus Information: Download
FY19 Audit: Download
Comprehensive Annual Financial Report
Comprehensive Annual Financial Report: Download
Amended Zoning Ordinance 2017
Scott County Amended Zoning Ordinance: Download
Comprehensive Plan - Final
Comprehensive Plan - Download
Important Information From E911 Director
October 1, 2013
It has been brought to my attention by the responding emergency agencies that cover Scott County, that building structures, such as businesses and houses are not displaying the number plates provided by the 911 office. This is a violation of a law, when the number is not posted on the building as outlined.
Please follow the link below to read the ordinance and the specifics of posting your house and business number.
If you have any questions please call our office at (276) 386-7220.
House Number Ordinance:
Summer Health Information
The following information was provided to Scott County by Eleanor S. Cantrell, MD, the LENOWISCO District Director:
While rabies exposures, tick-borne, and swimming-related illness can occur throughout the year, the Virginia Department of Health (VDH) typically reports a greater number of each during spring and summer months.
Rabies exposures most commonly occur via a bite from an animal shedding rabies virus in its saliva, although an exposure is also considered to have occurred when saliva or brain material from a rabid animal gets into a fresh, open wound, or onto a mucous membrane (eyes, nostrils, mouth). While any mammal can become rabid, the animals considered highest risk for having transmiting rabies are wild carnivores (particularly raccoons, skunks and foxes). Bats are also considered high risk. Because bat teeth are small and their bites may be difficult to detect, it is important to be concerned about encounters with bats even if a bite is not readily apparent. Small rodents, including squirrels, and rabbits are not usually considered rabies risks unless sick or behaving abnormally. Dogs and cats that bite people can be observed for a period of time to see if they become ill, whereas there are no established observation times for wild animals.
Any possible human rabies exposure should be discussed proptly with your local health department (LHD). The LHD can evaluate the level of risk, facilitate confinement of domestic animals and testing of other animals, and assist the victim in obtaining appropriate treatment. Park management should contact the LHD during regular working hours to discuss potential exposure situations. Because rabies incidents can occur at night, on a weekend, or a holiday, we encourage park management to establish an after-hours contact plan with their LHD before these types of situations occur.
Regarding tick-borne illnesses, Virginia has seen a sharp increase in the incidence of a many tick-borne illnesses in the past five years, including: Lyme disease, ehrlichiosis, anaplasmosis, and Rocky Mountain spotted fever. Tick-borne illnesses are best prevented by citizens who take proper precautions while in outdoor tick habitats, are knoledgeable about the ticks that carry disease, and understand how to safely remove a tick from the body. Ready access to educational material in state parks can help citizens learn how to avoid and prevent illnesses caused by tick bites.
Finally, unintentional injury and illness resulting from recreational water use each year. Park management can play an active role in reminding park patrons to take certain precautions before participating in recreational water activities. People can become sick by swallowing or coming into contact with contaminated waters. The most common waterborne illnesses are gastrointestinal and may cause nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea. It is important to remind visitors that germs on the body can end up in the water and make other people sick. To prevent illness and injury, it is best to shower with soap before swimming and wash hands after using the restroom, avoid water going up the nose or in the mouth, and pay close attention to park signs posted along the shoreline.
Solid Waste Control Ordinance
Scott County Solid Waste Control Ordinance: Download (43 kB)
Solid Waste & Recycling Schedule
Solid Waste & Recycling Schedule: Download (181 kB)
Agri-Trail: download (787 kB)
Motorcycle Trails: download (0.98 MB)
Horse Trails: download (717 kB)
Scenic Drives: download (758 kB)
Scott County Blueways: download (375 kB)
Clinch River Boat Access: download (967 kB)
Holston River Boat Access: download (506 kB)
Hiking and Walking Trails: download (363 kB)
Little Stoney Falls and Trail: download (283 kB)
Scott County Music Venues: download (1483 kB)
For more information about the sites listed on these maps, please contact Pam Cox at 386-6521 or .
More information is also avaliable at the Explore Scott County website.
Subdivision Ordinance 2014
Scott County Subdivision Ordinance 2014: Download (197 kB)
The Scott County Board of Supervisors is taking applications from
citizens interested in serving on:
- Comprehensive Policy Management Team – Parent Representative - one (four-year term)
Application forms may be obtained at:
County Administrator's Office, County Office Building
190 Beech Street Suite 201
Gate City, VA 24251
by calling (276) 386-6521 or by download: Adobe Reader
Disclosure of Real Estate Holdings Form: Download (197 kB)
Statement of Economic Interests Form: Download (197 kB)
Financial Disclosure Form: Download (197 kB)