|FY 15 Budget Working Session & Proposal Approval|
Sat Apr 26 @ 1:00PM -
|Lions Club Pancake Breakfast|
Sun Apr 27
|Art Guild Paint Out|
Sat May 03 @ 8:00AM - 05:00PM
|CBA Yard Sale|
Sat May 03 @ 8:00AM - 02:00PM
|FY 15 Budget Working Session and Proposal Approval|
Sat May 03 @ 4:00PM -
|Art Guild Paint Out|
Sun May 04 @ 8:00AM - 05:00PM
Tue May 06
|FY 15 Budget Working Session and Proposal Approval (if needed)|
Sat May 10 @ 4:00PM -
|Town Council Meets|
Tue May 13 @ 7:30PM -
|Clifton Community Women's Club Homes Tour|
Thu May 15
Our CBA is conducting a fund raising community yard sale: See Details Read more...
May 6th is a local election for your Mayor and 5 Town Council Members. Election site is our Town Meeting Hall, 12641 Chapel Rd., Clifton VA. Poll hours are 6 am to 7 pm.
Candidates Read more...
Notice of Public Hearing to be held prior to next Town Council meeting; May 13th, 7:30 pm, Clifton Town Meeting Hall. Purpose is to receive public comments for proposed revisions to the Signage regulations within the Zoning Ordinanace. Read more...
The Town Council will consider these proposed changes to our Signage ordinance at a public hearing prior to our Council Meeting on May 13th. For public review and comment at hearing. Read more...
“Art Guild of Clifton holds Paint Out/Plein Air, May 3-4, in the Town of Clifton. Read more...
Attached are public comments from Public Hearing, Feb 14, 2014 regarding proposed changes to the Clifton Signage Ordinance. Read more...
Clifton has maintained the charm and feeling of a Norman Rockwell painting. The town has been around since the 1700's—initially as a plantation and earlier as Indian hunting grounds. The railroad started Clifton on its way to the town we know. The Civil War played an important part in the journey also. During the war Clifton was known as Devereux Station. In 1868 Devereux Station became known as Clifton Station. In 1869 a Post Office was established and the town started growing with stores, schools and a community feeling. On March 10, 1902 Clifton Station was established as a town by Charter from the General Assembly.
Less than 30 miles from Washington, DC and yet protected from the surrounding sprawl, Historic Clifton harkens back to a time when…well, back to a time when people were probably a little more used to expressions like “harkens back.”Read more...