Town of Front Royal closes early for their Christmas celebration today 12/8

A news release from the Town of Front Royal reports all town offices will be closed starting at 11 a.m. Dec. 8.

The closing includes the Front Royal Business Office, Town Hall, Departments of Public Works, Energy Services and Visitors center.

Also no solid waste will be collected on Dec. 8 either.

The drop box will remain available for any bill paying behind the town hall on Main Street Front Royal.

The closing is to allowed all employees to enjoy the town’s Christmas luncheon celebration together.

The town will resume normal operations tomorrow Dec. 9.

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Front Royal Town Hall changes their hours

A press release from the town of Front Royal announced new hours for the town hall.

Beginning November 1 Front Royal’s Town Hall’s business hours will be 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m..

These new hours bring consistency to the offices in town hall opening and closing all at the same time.

The Front Royal finance department offers these options for bill payment.

A check or money order can be mailed to Town of Front Royal Town Hall 102 E. Main St. P.O Box 1560 Front Royal VA. 22630.

Payment can be made by phone with credit and debit cards with a convenience fee at (540) 635-7799.

Cash, Checks and money orders can be delivered in person to 102 E. Main St.. Visa, Mastercard and Discover cards are accepted again with a convenience fee attached.

Automatic withdraws from a bank account can be made by contacting the Department of Finance. An authorization form is also available online at frontroyalva.com.

Atlantic Union Bank at 473 South St. can accept utility payments with the bill. The bank can not look up account information.

The secure drop box behind the town hall can be used anytime as well.

Call (540) 635-8007 with any concerns or questions.

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Front Royal Town Hall reinstates COVID-19 restrictions

Front Royal’s town hall will be closed to citizens and  vendors from now through Oct. 15.

A phone number at the main entrance has been posted to make arrangements for permit services.

Utility payments will be accepted  through the drive thru or online only with the town continuing with cut offs and delinquent notifications.

Councils, boards and commissions will continue with citizens being asked to wear mask.

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