The Heights, Linden Park, Clifton Forge, Va. – Concept Plan
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.
“Well, it’s happening again.” Another beautiful day in the Alleghany Highlands Virginia. Browse Events, Maps, Arts, and much more.
Visit Clifton Forge, Va. in the Alleghany Highlands and enjoy our local area attractions.
Located in the rear of what is locally known as the Highlands Cleaners building, the center is designed to stimulate business creation and success in the area. The Incubator offers open and shared space for entrepreneurs, freelancers, start ups, and those looking for an opportunity to network.
The center offers the following: co-working office space, small and large meeting and conference areas, free WIFI access and WIFI accessible copy and fax machines, a small kitchen and lounge area, laptops, projector and screen, high definition TV with computer port, 24/7 access with security monitoring in order to fit the needs of various individual businesses, and in its first year – businesses may use the Incubator space at no cost.
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.
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.
Town Council is seeking public comment on the future status of the Green Monster (the former press box building) at Memorial Park.
The building’s current condition requires renovation at a significant cost or demolition.