Our Parks & Recreation Department has Sports Contacts, details about Luray Park Hours, Lake Arrowhead Beach and more.
Visit our Public Works page for up-to-date information on our Trash Pickup Schedules and other services.
Visit our Police & Public Safety page for safety updates, a message from our Chief of Police, and a directory of officers, detectives, and personnel.
Significant Drainage improvements, road widening and re-building, road re-surfacing, new sewer line and structures, enhanced storm water management, curb and gutter and sidewalk on the south side from the traffic light to the lower hospital entrance, conduits and vaults for decorative ground-mount street lighting, intersection improvements, pedestrian improvements, coordination with the hospital campus walking trail (to be built).
Luray is the county seat of Page County, Virginia, United States, in the Shenandoah Valley of the northern part of the commonwealth. The town was started by William Staige Marye in 1812, a descendant of a family native to Luray, France. Today, Luray is known, in part, for Luray Caverns, a vast underground cave system with walkways, unusual rock formations and the Great Stalacpipe Organ.
With hotels, cabins, retail shops, unique dinging opportunities and lots of outdoor adventures, Luray is an ideal place to visit or call home.
From Lake Arrowhead to the Hawksbill Greenway, Luray's boasts a very active Parks & Recreation Department.
Our law enforcement officers are committed to protecting and preserving the safety of our community.
View our upcoming Council Meetings, Planning Commission Meetings and Trash Pickup Schedule.
Keep up-to-date with traffic notices and other important updates.