Town of Lovettsville, Virginia
6 East Pennsylvania Avenue
P.O. Box 209
Lovettsville, VA 20180
Phone: (540) 822-5788
Fax: (540) 822-5788
M-F 8:30am - 4:30pm
Arbor Day
Arbor Day - April 22, 2013
Mayor Zoldos welcomed everyone to the 2013 Lovettsville Arbor Day Tree Planting. He introduced the guest of honor, Barbara White, the Partnership Coordinator for Urban & Community Forestry Programs of the Virginia Department of Forestry. Ms. White was excited to announce that Lovettsville has officially been recognized as a Tree City USA. She presented Mayor Zoldos with the official Tree City USA plaque and flag for Lovettsville.
   Town Manager Keith Markel explained the different types of trees that were chosen for Arbor Day. The trees were locally grown and purchased within 60 miles of Lovettsville.
Local Brownie Troop 1434 helped Mayor Zoldos plant the Arbor Day trees. Following the planting of the trees, the Brownies also cheered on the Mayor as he raised the official Tree City USA flag.
Arbor Day - April 27, 2012
Thank you to everyone who came out to celebrate Arbor Day in the Town Green this past Friday, especially local Girl Scout Troop 3579. This year the Town's Arbor Day tree, a 12 foot tall Willow Oak, was dedicated in honor of Mayor Elaine Walker, for her 22 years of service to the Town as Mayor.
Lovettsville celebrated its Second Annual Arbor Day on Friday, April 30, 2010. To commemorate the event the Town dedicated a new dogwood tree in the Town Center Park and members of Daisy Troop 1434 planted three small bushes to honor the occasion.
Thank you to everyone who came out to celebrate Lovettsville's First Annual Arbor Day on Friday, April 24, 2009 (at least the first in Lovettsville in a long time). To commemorate the event the Town dedicated two new cherry trees in the Town Center Park.

The Mayor and Town Council came out to celebrate the event.
From left to Right: Vice Mayor Zoldos, Mayor Walker, Council Member Coleman, Council Member Staley.

 Plans were on display showing the long term plans for the park.

 Some of Lovettsville's younger residents came out to show their support.

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