December 18, 2020
A publication by Gloucester's Department of Community Engagement and Public Information
Breaud Named Chief Deputy Treasurer

Lisa Breaud, a lifelong resident of Gloucester and a longtime employee of the Gloucester Treasurer’s Office, was recently named Chief Deputy Treasurer of the Department. 

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County seeks volunteers for local committees

There are several volunteer opportunities available for Gloucester residents interested in serving their community. Gloucester County is looking for citizens to serve on several local committees, as there are multiple vacancies and not enough people to fill them.

The Gloucester County Board of Supervisors regularly seeks citizens on these board-appointed groups that advise and assist the governing body with many aspects of County government.

Currently, there are openings for residents who reside in the York and Gloucester Point magisterial districts on the Utilities Advisory Committee. There are also openings for residents who reside in the Ware and Petsworth magisterial districts to serve on the Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee. An at-large citizen is also needed for this Committee.

If interested in becoming involved in local government and helping to serve the community, consider submitting your information to the Gloucester County Volunteer Board Bank, which provides members of the board of supervisors with the names and background information of interested citizens. To do so, visit (click on Board of Supervisors / Boards and Commissions); or call the County’s Community Engagement and Public Information office at 804-693-5730.
Family Clean Up Kits Available

Want to get outdoors and so some good things during this time of physical distancing? Check out this opportunity provided by Gloucester Clean Community:
Health and Wellness Training Offered

The Middle Peninsula Community Services Board will offer Prevention, Health and Wellness Training virtually Thursday, Jan. 7, 2021 from 1-2 p.m. To register, visit:
Economic Development Seeking Businesses to be Featured

Gloucester's Economic Development Department is seeking businesses to be featured in its "In the Spotlight" feature in its monthly newsletter. If you would like for your business to be considered, please send photos and a short article to Elizabeth Ripley at or call 804-693-1415.
Have a community event coming up? Consider listing it in The Bee Line Events Calendar!

Celebrate the Holiday with a New Job!

We are recruiting for the following positions:
• Deputy County Administrator
• Human Resources Analyst
• Accounting Technician
• Mechanical Technician III
• Deputy Registrar
• Custodian (Part Time)

Check out these great opportunities at:
New Post on Health, Money and Other Things

This week, the Virginia Cooperative Extension will return to their discussion on predatory lending and discuss payday loans.

County Continues to Offer COVID-Related Assistance
For more health-related information on COVID-19, visit the Virginia Department of Health's website at
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