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Changes to Normal Operations

Until further notice, FAMPO staff will be working remotely. Committee meetings/hearings will be held in a virtual format only. 

Join a Virtual Meeting

Directions on how to join a public meeting, as well as a link to the meeting agenda, will be posted below at least 3 days prior. Anyone can join these meetings and there will be a time for public comment. If you would prefer staff to read your comment during the meeting, you must email or call them in at least two hours prior to the meeting, or (540) 642-1235. If you plan to speak at the meeting during the public comment time, we appreciate notifications at least two hours prior.

How to Join Upcoming Virtual Public Meetings:

Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee Meeting on Thursday, August 6 at 6:00 pm. Join the virtual meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone, . You can also dial in using your phone, 1 (872) 240-3212  with access code: 830-528-245 . Agenda link posted here three days prior.

Policy Committee Meeting on Monday, August 10 at 6:00 pm. Join the virtual meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone. You can also dial in using your phone. +1 (669) 224-3319. Access Code: 154-160-605.  Agenda link posted here three days prior. Note for the Policy Committee Meeting: Another meeting may be wrapping up when you join, so be sure to mute your mics when joining.


Take the Housing Needs Survey

Regional Housing Needs Survey

The George Washington Regional Commission, our region’s planning commission, is collecting citizen input for a newly launched study on regional housing needs. The survey includes questions about respondents’ current satisfaction with the price, condition, and size of their homes, along with questions about any challenges encountered while searching for housing. The survey also collects information about household location, income, and demographics to help understand disparities in housing needs; however, all results will be kept anonymous. The time to complete the survey is fewer than five minutes.

Survey Link:

To complete a survey over the phone, or to receive a paper survey form, please call Kate Gibson at 540-642-1579.

Responses will be collected through Friday, July 17, 2020. A summary of results will be released later in July, and the full report with recommendations will be released in August.


The Fredericksburg Area Metropolitan Planning Organization’s (FAMPO) mission is to assist with the development of regional transportation plans for the Fredericksburg area, which includes the City of Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania County, and Stafford County.

FAMPO staff provide a forum where local leaders, transportation professionals, and the public come together to address regional transportation needs. Staff also create federally required transportation planning documents and, at the direction of the FAMPO Policy Committee, study transportation deficiencies and recommend solutions.

Your Role in Transportation Planning

If you drive, ride, walk, or bike in the Fredericksburg area, you have transportation experience to share. Please reach out to us with your comments and questions and visit our Public Involvement page. For quick answers, check out our FAQ’s page


Join Our Email List!

We'll notify you about public involvement opportunities such as virtual info sessions and surveys, public meetings and events. You can text to join the email list too! Text FAMPO to 42828.