Welcome to Strasburg!

We take pride in our community and welcome you to our beautiful Town.

Downtown Strasburg

Come visit the unique, eclectic mix of businesses and historic buildings in Downtown Strasburg.


The fertile land of the Shenandoah Valley attracted the area's early settlers and is the basis of Strasburg's agricultural heritage.


Strasburg is rich with cultural, natural, and architectural history.


The Ram serves not only as a mascot for Strasburg High School, but as a symbol of the strength and pride of the community.

News & Events

Public Meeting set for UDA Grant Program.  Click for additional information.

As in years past, the North Fork has dropped below the 175 cfs flow rate that requires us to declare a watch condition.  Please review the Drought Watch page and feel free to contact Town Hall with questions or concerns.

ICYMI: Night road construction will begin downtown on Tuesday, September 6 at 8pm. Work will begin at the intersection of Massanutten and King St. Please see the September Newsletter below for further information; newsletters are also included in the monthly water/sewer bill.  

October Newsletter

School has started and along with this is the start of fall sports.  The Town Park soccer fields and ball fields will be used regularly by young people.  Please, be mindful of this and do not use this area to walk your dog unless you are prepared to thoroughly clean-up after them.  Children will be running and falling on these fields and we don’t want them to end up in a smelly mess.  Thanks for your cooperation.

Learn more about Rev-up Strasburg and what the winners have planned:



Want a better understanding of the Town's budget?  Click here.....

2015 Drinking Water Consumer Confidence Report

Queen Street closed to through traffic.  Please, see "Projects & Priorities" for additional details.

Residents can now report non-emergency issues to the Town through YourGov

2015 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report fo the Town of Strasburg

Utility Bill FAQs

Bid and procurement opportunities

Delinquent tax and utility accounts

Are you experiencing any problems with wildlife of any type in your neighborhood?   Call 1-866-487-3927 to receive expert advice on how to deal with your problem.

Meeting Agendas and Minutes

  • Town Council
    • Next meeting: 11-9 at 7 p.m.
    • Next Work Session:  Monday, November 1 at 7 p.m.

The designated FOIA officer for the Town of Strasburg is Clerk of Council Amy Keller.  FOIA requests should be submitted to her and will be given to the appropriate staff member.  Additional information can be found by clicking here. 

For a FOIA request form, please clck.


Mission & Core Values

We will provide quality municipal services in an efficient, professional, and proactive manner in order to improve the quality of life for residents, businesses, and visitors while preserving the town's historic and natural heritage.

Accountability, Collaboration
Consistency, Dedication
Innovation, Professionalism