Welcome to Kilmarnock! Whether it’s  your first visit or you are here year round, we’re glad you’re here and enjoying all that Kilmarnock and Virginia’s River Realm has to offer.

Church Street Water Tower

Town Council Committee Meetings

June 6, 2019

Upcoming Events in Kilmarnock:

June’s Planning Commission meeting has been cancelled.

Public Hearing:

June 17, 2019 Final Review of the FY2020 budget during the June Town Council meeting.

Town Centre Park News

Announcing our 2019 Concert Dates and  Line up of Great Music! 

Click the button below for ALL concerts at Town Centre Park!

The Fabulous Hubcaps arrive June 20th. Great tunes from the 60’s, 70’s and more. This is a “Show Band” so be prepared for a great night. 

Tickets are $10

Available at the gate or get them now!

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FUTURE DATES:

JULY 11TH: STUCK ON A NAME (Reggae); Son’s of Bach (opens)

AUGUST 15TH: MULLINS SISTERS (Bluegrass); Something Different Duo (opens)

SEPTEMBER 19th: DANNY KENSY AND CEDAR CREEK (Country); Ken Sparks (opens)

OCTOBER  6TH: THE ORIGINAL RHONDELS; NO OPENER, ALL RHONDELS


NEW CONCERT EVENT

Steve Owens and Summertime walked away from the 2012 Carolina Beach Music Awards as a winner of the “Favorite New Artist of the Year” category. From Roanoke Rapids, NC, this 9 member band rocks your favorite Carolina beach music. Come and shag the night away. Dance demonstrations and  Greg Howell the Shaggin’ DJ will be there to get you up on your feet.

Tickets on sale now

$20

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(This concert IS NOT part of the Music on the Half Shell Stage Concert Series.)


The Park is open daily dawn to dusk. For all the Guidelines  for a fun and safe visit at the Park, click here.Feel free to “Like” & “Follow Us” on our Kilmarnock Town Centre Park Facebook page and www.kilmarnockva.com for updates.

For more on how to have an event at the Town Centre Park and a quick look at how to have fun in the Park, learn more here.

Meetings Now On-line

Kilmarnock’s Town Council and Planning Commission meetings are now available on line for viewing. The meetings are accessible at no charge. Each meeting should be posted within 1-2 business days of the meeting. Visit the Kilmarnock, VA pages to select the meeting you are interested in.

2017 Consumer Confidence Report on Your Public Water is Available

The annual public water quality report on Kilmarnock’s water system is now available. Click here for the complete 2017 annual water quality report or come by the Town Hall at 1 North Main Street to pick up a copy.The quality of your drinking water must meet state and federal requirements administered by the Virginia Department of Health (VDH). Each year, the Department of Health requires water system providers to report to the public on the quality of their drinking water. In order to ensure that tap water is safe to drink, EPA prescribes regulations, which limit the amount of certain contaminants in water provided by public water systems. Food and Drug Administration regulations establish limits for contaminants in bottled water, which must provide the same protection for public health.
All drinking water, including bottled drinking water, may reasonably be expected to contain at least small amounts of some contaminants. The presence of contaminants does not necessarily indicate that water poses a health risk.WHAT DO THE RESULTS SHOW? All identified contaminants are within the limits established by the Virginia Dept. of Health. No items require actions to be taken.There is an alert about your drinking water and a cosmetic dental problem that might affect children under nine years of age. At low levels, fluoride can help prevent. Cavities, but children drinking water containing more than 2 milligrams per liter (mg/l) of fluoride may develop cosmetic discoloration of their permanent teeth (dental fluorosis). The drinking water provided by your community water system had a fluoride concentration of 3.09 mg/l . Dental fluorosis in its moderate or severe forms may result in a brown staining and or pitting of the permanent teeth. This problem occurs only in developing teeth, before they erupt from the gums. Children under nine should be provided with alternative sources of drinking water or water that has been treated to remove the fluoride to avoid the possibility of staining and pitting of their permanent teeth. You may also want to contact your dentist about proper use by young children of fluoride-containing products. Older children and adults may safely drink the water.Visit Virginia's River Realm and plan your next adventure.

 Visit Virginia’s River Realm to plan your  next visit to the River Realm!