County of Shenandoah, Virginia
Shenandoah County was established in 1772, it was originally named Dunmore County for Virginia Governor Lord Dunmore. The county was renamed Shenandoah in 1778, named for the Senedos Indian tribe. During the Civil War the Battle of New Market took place May 15, 1864. The mission of the Shenandoah County Government is to promote an organizational environment that emphasizes the efficient delivery of high quality services to the public, assist the Board of Supervisors in carrying out its strategic objectives, and effectively communicate information about County operations and services to citizens, the Board of Supervisors, the public, the employees, and the media.
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Providing a superior level of informed, professional real estate services to buyers and sellers in the Virginia areas of the Front Royal, Bentonville, Linden and in Warren County; Woodstock, Toms Brook, Strasburg and in Shenandoah County; Rileyville, Luray and in Page County; Middleburg, Stephens City, Winchester and in Frederick County; Berryville, White Post and in Clark County and the West Virginia areas of Harpers Ferryy, Shenandoah Juction, Ranson, Charlestown, and Capon Bridge in Jefferson County; Martinsburg, Bucker Hill, Inwood, Gerrandstown, Middle way, Kearneysville, Hedgeville, and Shanghai in Berkeley County; Slaneville, Bloomery, Capon Bridge, Augusta, Rommey, and Three Churches in Hampshire County; Moorefield, Rio, Lost City, Mathias,Baker, Lost River, Wardensville, Delray, Lehew, Kirby, and High View in Hardy County.