The Town of Clifton Forge, Virginia is a Municipal Corporation and a Political Subdivision of the Commonwealth of Virginia. Although the Town was chartered in 1906, its history dates back to the 1700s. The land that the Town now occupies was originally part of a 1770 land grant to a Robert Gallaspy by Lord Botetourt, the Governor of Virginia.
Clifton Forge on TV! McCormick Street home – Hillcrest was featured on the DIY Network “Salvage Dawgs” with Roanoke’s Black Dog Salvage – aired Thurs. Jan 23 @ 11:30pm.
The mission of the Clifton Forge Public Library is to inform, educate, and entertain the public through a variety of programs, print and non-print sources and community activities.
Visit Clifton Forge, Va. in the Alleghany Highlands and enjoy our local area attractions.
We are proud of the quality businesses in Clifton Forge. Browse our business directory and learn more about us – find a new restaurant, discover a great shop, make reservations to stay the night, enjoy a show and contact professionals when you need a job done right. We are open!
The Alleghany Highlands offers an extraordinary quality of life for its residents and an exceptional range of opportunities for visitors. Learn about the area Real Estate Resources and the area Schools & Colleges.
UPCOMING EVENT: The Shortest Saint Patrick’s Day Parade in Virginia on Monday, March 17. Get your best green outfit ready and assemble between 4PM and 5PM, rain or shine, in The Tea Room at Bannon’s Irish Inn at 411 E. Ridgeway Street and Celtic II Scots & Irish Gift Shop. At 5-ishPM we will parade across Ridgeway Street to Jack Mason’s Tavern at 400 E. Ridgeway Street to lift a glass in toast to St. Patrick and to each other. Green beverages and St Patrick Day Food specials will be available for your enjoyment.