News & Public Notices

PROCLAIMING: May 22nd through May 28th as "Safe Boating Week"

Safe boating begins with preparation. For nearly 100 million Americans, boating continues to be a popular recreational activity. From coast to coast, and everywhere in between, people are taking to the water and enjoying time together boating, sailing, paddling and fishing. During , the U.S. Coast Guard and its federal, state, and local safe boating partners encourage all boaters to explore and enjoy America's beautiful waters responsibly.

 

 

Three Rivers Pandemic Update 04/05/2021

Case numbers across the United States are rising slowly; the current case rate in the US is about 70,000/day 7 day rolling average.  25 states now report increasing case rates.  Case rates across many European countries continue to increase. Virginia is almost stable, our case rate is about 1400/day 7 day average.  Three Rivers has improved; our new case rate is averaging about 20 new cases/day, 7 day average. There is agreement among public health authorities nationally that we are experiencing another pandemic surge. In Virginia, about 33% of us have received at least one dose of the vaccine.

PSA: POTENTIAL WATER SERVICE DISRUPTION INDUSTRIAL PARK/ROUTE 3 WATER CUSTOMERS

During the period of April 2 – 6, 2021, the County of Westmoreland will be performing planned maintenance on the water tower located off of Kings Highway (State Route 3) in Montross, Virginia.  There may be a temporary water service interruption in order to facilitate these repairs.  We will make every effort to expedite this work to minimize the length of time the service will be disrupted. 

Three Rivers Health District Will Expand COVID-19 Vaccination to “Phase 1c” Recipients

(Middlesex County, Va.) The Virginia Department of Health’s Three Rivers Health District (TRHD) will begin to vaccinate essential workers in Phase 1c beginning on March 29, 2021. TRHD will continue to prioritize vaccination for anyone in Phase 1a and 1b who registers to receive it.

Three Rivers Pandemic Update 03/22/2021

Case numbers across the states have plateaued; the current case rate in the US is about 58,600/day 7 day rolling average.  15 states now report increasing case rates.  Case rates across many European countries are increasing. Virginia has increased slightly, our new case rate is about 1450/day 7 day average. Three Rivers is averaging about 25 new cases/day, 7 day average.

Youth Soccer

Youth Soccer is designed to teach soccer skills to children who have never played the game and improve the skills of those who have. The focus will be on ball control, rules and regulations of the game, teamwork, sportsmanship, and fair play for all. The YMCA's core values will be emphasized throughout the season. Teams will focus on skill development once per week for four weeks and then play games once per week for four weeks.
Spectators are limited to two guests per player.