Montgomery County, Virginia

Montgomery County was founded in 1776 and is approaching its 250th anniversary. The County is a Board of Supervisor – Administrator form of government with seven magisterial districts and their respective elected Supervisors. The school system is led by an elected School Board and Superintendent. Additionally, constitutional officers oversee agencies, all working together to provide superior services to County residents, businesses, and visitors. The County has an annual budget of $240 million and maintains a strong bond rating of AA+.

Montgomery County’s 600 employees work within 19 departments to deliver services with respect and professionalism. Montgomery County administrative offices are housed in a thoughtfully repurposed historic textile plant, just a short distance from downtown Christiansburg.