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Magisterial District Map

Adopted January 4, 2022

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The boundaries of the respective magisterial (election) districts are set forth as follows:

Boiling Springs Magisterial District. Beginning at the corner of Alleghany County, Virginia and Greenbrier and Monroe Counties, West Virginia following in a southeasterly direction along the Monroe County line to the corner of Monroe County, West Virginia and Alleghany and Craig Counties, Virginia continuing in a southeasterly then northeasterly direction along the Craig County line to its intersection with State Route 617; thence in a northerly direction following the centerline of State Route 617 to a point where it intersects State Route 616; thence in a northeasterly direction following the centerline of State Route 616 to a point where it intersects State Route 619; thence in a northwesterly direction following the centerline of State Route 619 to a point where it intersects State Route 657; thence in a westerly direction along the centerline of State Route 657 to the point where it intersects State Route 18; thence in a northerly direction following the centerline of State Route 18 to the point where it intersects the Covington city limits at the bridge over Potts Creek; thence in a northwesterly direction following Covington city limits along Potts Creek and Jackson River to a point where the city limits are intersected by a tributary from the west, just southwest of Rayon Terrace in a sharp bend of the Jackson River; thence from the intersection of the Jackson River (City of Covington limits) and the unnamed tributary following the census block boundary (indicated as a utility line by the U.S. Census) in a straight line in a southwesterly direction 3,350 feet to a point 300 feet north of State Route 18 as it follows the sharp bend around Potts Creek; thence in a northwesterly direction 15,500 feet following the U.S. Census block boundary (indicated as a utility line by the U.S. Census) in a straight line to a point on State Route 600, 2,200 feet south of the intersection of State Routes 658 and 600; thence in a southerly direction about 8,300 feet along State Route 600 to the point where it is intersected by a gas pipeline; thence in a westerly direction following the gas pipeline to the point where the pipeline intersects Dunlap Creek; thence following the centerline of Dunlap Creek in a southwesterly direction to the point where it is intersected by Jerry’s Run near Hematite; thence following the centerline of Jerry’s Run in a northerly direction to the point where it intersects Route 198 just south of Interstate 64 Exit 1; thence following the centerline of Route 198 to a point where it intersects Interstate Highway 64 at Exit 1; thence in a westerly direction along the median of Interstate 64 to the point where it crosses the border between Alleghany County and Greenbrier County, West Virginia; thence in a southerly direction along the county line to a point where the county line reaches the corner of Alleghany County, Virginia and Greenbrier and Monroe Counties, West Virginia, being the same point of beginning.

Covington Magisterial District. Beginning at a point at the intersection of Route 198 and Interstate 64 at Exit 1; thence in an easterly direction along the median of Interstate 64 to a point where Interstate 64 crosses over State Route 600; thence in a northerly direction along the centerline of Route 600 to the intersection with an old Jeep Trail, about 100 feet beyond the intersection of Route 600 and Cove Run; thence in an easterly direction along the Jeep Trail to a point on the top of Lick Mountain; thence in a northeasterly direction along the ridgeline of Lick Mountain to point where the Jeep Trail drops down on the east side of Lick Mountain to intersect the end of State Route 642; thence in an easterly direction along the centerline of Route 642 to point where Route 642 intersects State Route 687; thence in a southerly direction along the centerline of Route 687, crossing the Jackson river, and then in a southeasterly direction along 687 to a point where it intersects US Route 220; thence in a northerly direction along the centerline of US Route 220 to the intersection of Tuke Lane, near the intersection with an unnamed tributary of Falling Springs Creek; thence in a northerly direction up the unnamed tributary to the point where it intersects the second unnamed tributary on the right (the stream intersection being about 800 feet southeast of Sinking Spring Church); thence following the unnamed stream in an easterly direction to the point where it intersects State Route 606 about 1,600 feet south of the county line; thence following the centerline of State Route 606 in a southerly direction to the intersection of Route 606 and Forest Service Route 125, Dolly Ann Drive, near USGS Benchmark 1694 just west of McGraw Gap; thence following Route 125 (Dolly Ann Drive), which becomes State Route 625, to a point where Route 625 intersects State Route 708; thence in a southerly direction along the centerline of Route 708 to a point where it intersects an old road at 1217 McAllister Drive; thence in a southerly direction along the centerline of the old road, to a point where the old road connects to the end of State Route 676 (Brookhaven Drive); thence in a southwesterly direction along the centerline of Route 676 to a point where it intersects Julian Drive; thence in a northwesterly direction along Julian Drive, still being Route 676, to a point where it intersects State Route 625; thence in a southwesterly direction along the centerline of Route 625 to a point where it interests Route 720, Miller Street; thence in a southeasterly direction, then southwesterly direction along the centerline of Route 720 to a point where it intersects US Route 60 at the same point being the City of Covington municipal boundary; thence in a northerly direction, following the City of Covington municipal boundary, crossing US 220 at the northern City limits; thence in a southerly direction, along the Jackson River to an intersection with an unnamed tributary just south of Rayon Terrace in a sharp bend of the Jackson River; thence from the intersection of the Jackson River (City of Covington limits) and the unnamed tributary following the census block boundary (indicated as a utility line by the U.S. Census) in a straight line in a southwesterly direction 3,350 feet to a point 300 feet north of State Route 18 as it follows the sharp bend around Potts Creek; thence in a northwesterly direction 15,500 feet following the U.S. Census block boundary (indicated as a utility line by the U.S. Census) in a straight line to a point on State Route 600, 2,200 feet south of the intersection of State Routes 658 and 600; thence in a southerly direction about 8,300 feet along State Route 600 to the point where it is intersected by a gas pipeline; thence in a westerly direction following the gas pipeline to the point where the pipeline intersects Dunlap Creek; thence following the centerline of Dunlap Creek in a southwesterly direction to the point where it is intersected by Jerry’s Run near Hematite; thence following the centerline of Jerry’s Run in a northerly direction to the point where it intersects Route 198 just south of Interstate 64 Exit 1; thence following the centerline of Route 198 to a point where it intersects Interstate Highway 64 at Exit , being the same point of beginning.

Falling Spring Magisterial District. Beginning at a point at the intersection of Interstate 64 and the Alleghany County and Greenbrier County, West Virginia line; thence in an easterly direction along the median of Interstate 64 to a point where Interstate 64 crosses over State Route 600; thence in a northerly direction along the centerline of Route 600 to the intersection with an old Jeep Trail, about 100 feet beyond the intersection of Route 600 and Cove Run; thence in an easterly direction along the Jeep Trail to a point on the top of Lick Mountain; thence in a northeasterly direction along the ridgeline of Lick Mountain to point where the Jeep Trail drops down on the east side of Lick Mountain to intersect the end of State Route 642; thence in an easterly direction along the centerline of Route 642 to point where Route 642 intersects State Route 687; thence in a southerly direction along the centerline of Route 687, crossing the Jackson river, and then in a southeasterly direction along 687 to a point where it intersects US Route 220; thence in a northerly direction along the centerline of US Route 220 to the intersection of Tuke Lane, near the intersection with an unnamed tributary of Falling Springs Creek; thence in a northerly direction up the unnamed tributary to the point where it intersects the second unnamed tributary on the right (the stream intersection being about 800 feet southeast of Sinking Spring Church); thence following the unnamed stream in an easterly direction to the point where it intersects State Route 606 about 1600 feet south of the Alleghany County line; thence in a northerly direction along the centerline of Route 606 to a point where it intersects the Alleghany County and Bath County line; thence in a westerly direction along the Alleghany County line to a point where it intersects the West Virginia state line; thence in a southerly direction along the West Virginia and Alleghany County line to the intersection of Interstate 64, being the same point as the beginning.

Jackson River Magisterial District. Beginning at a point at the intersection of Route 606 and Forest Service Route 125, (Dolly Ann Drive), near USGS Benchmark 1694 just west of McGraw Gap; thence following Route 125 (Dolly Ann Drive), which becomes State Route 625, to a point where Route 625 intersects State Route 708; thence in a southerly direction along the centerline of Route 708 to a point where it intersects an old road at 1217 McAllister Drive; thence in a southerly direction along the centerline of the old road, to a point where the old road connects to the end of State Route 676 (Brookhaven Drive); thence in a southwesterly direction along the centerline of Route 676 to a point where it intersects Julian Drive; thence in a northwesterly direction along Julian Drive, still being Route 676, to a point where it intersects State Route 625; thence in a southwesterly direction along the centerline of Route 625 to a point where it interests Route 720, Miller Street; thence in a southeasterly direction, then southwesterly direction along the centerline of Route 720 to a point where it intersects US Route 60 at the same point being the City of Covington municipal boundary; thence in a southerly direction along the City of Covington boundary to a point where State Route 18 intersects the City of Covington Boundary; thence in a westerly direction along the centerline of Route 18 to the point where Route 18 intersects Route 657; thence in an easterly direction along the centerline of Route 657 to a point where it intersects State Route 619; thence in a southeasterly direction along the centerline of Route 619 to a point where it intersects State Route 616; thence in a southwesterly direction along the centerline of Route 616 to a point where it intersects State Route 617; thence in a southerly direction along the centerline of Route 617 to a point where it intersects the Alleghany County line; thence in a northeasterly direction along the Alleghany County line to a point where the Alleghany County line intersects an old road/trail at the top of Patch Mountain about 8,000 feet northeast of Waits Mountain; thence in a northerly direction along the road/trail to a point where it intersects a powerline about 250 feet south of State Route 664 (Frazier Hill Lane); thence in a westerly direction along the powerline (being south of the Jackson River and south of Clifton Forge), to a point where the powerline intersects the end of State Route 1303 (Lipsey Lane) in Low Moor; thence in a northerly direction along Route 1303 to the point where Route 1303 intersects State Route 696 (Selma Low Moor Road); thence in a northeasterly direction along the centerline of Route 696 to a point 50 feet west of the intersection of Route 696 and Oakland Drive where an unnamed creek crosses Route 696; thence along the unnamed drainage along the railroad in a westerly direction, under the railroad, continuing in a northeasterly direction along the drainage between the railroad and Interstate 64 to a point where the creek crosses under Interstate 64 just south of the Community College; thence in an northeasterly direction along the median of Interstate 64 to a point where it crosses State Route 606 (Sulfur Spring Road); thence in a northwesterly direction along the centerline of Route 606 about 1400 feet to a point where it intersects the Clifton Forge Town boundary; thence in a northerly direction along the Clifton Forge Town boundary to a point where it intersects Smith Creek about 1000 feet downstream from the Clifton Forge reservoir; thence upstream following the center of Smith Creek to the point where it intersects Reservoir Trail; thence in a westerly direction along Reservoir Trail to the point where it intersects Route 606 (Sulfur Spring Road); thence in a westerly direction along the centerline of Route 606 to a pint at the intersection of intersection of Route 606 and Forest Service Route 125, (Dolly Ann Drive), near USGS Benchmark 1694 just west of McGraw Gap, being the same point as the beginning.

Sharon Magisterial District. Beginning at a point on the Botetourt County and Alleghany County line where a small trail intersects the border about 8,500 feet north of Waits Mountain; thence in a northerly direction along the road/trail to a point where it intersects State Route 664 (Frazier Hill Lane); thence in an easterly direction along Route 664 to the point where it crosses the Town of Clifton Forge Boundary about 400 feet south of the intersection of Old Verge Street and Frazier Hill Lane; thence in a southerly direction about 500 feet, then easterly direction about 500 feet along the Town of Clifton Forge limits to a point where it intersects a powerline; thence in an easterly direction along the powerline to a point where it intersects US 220 near the intersection of Verge Street and US 220 at Rainbow Gap on the Jackson River; thence in a northerly direction along US 220 to a point where US 220 intersects US 60 just west of Cliftondale Park; thence in northeasterly direction along US 220 (Grafton Street) about 650 feet to a point at where Dry Run crosses under US 220 near the intersection with State Route 671; thence in a northerly direction along Dry Run to the point where it intersects State Route 626 (Portland Avenue) and State Route 662, Medley/Chestnut Street; thence in a northeasterly direction along the centerline of Route 662 (Medley Street) to the point where it intersects US 220 (Grafton Street); thence in a northerly direction along US 220 to a point where it intersects Interstate 64 at Exit 27; thence following the median on Interstate 64 in a westerly direction to the point where it intersects the Clifton Forge Town limits; thence in a northerly direction following the Clifton Forge Town limits to a point where the town limits are intersected by Smith Creek just southeast of the water filtration plant; thence following the Town limits along Smith Creek in a northwesterly direction a point 1000 feet downstream from the Clifton Forge reservoir; thence upstream following the center of Smith Creek to the point where it intersects Reservoir Trail; thence in a westerly direction along Reservoir Trail to the point where it intersects Route 606 (Sulfur Spring Road); thence in a westerly direction along the centerline of Route 606 past McGraw Gap; thence following the centerline of State Route 606 in a northwesterly direction to the point where it is intersected by the Bath County and Alleghany County line; thence in an easterly direction along the Alleghany County line to the corner of Alleghany County, Bath County and Rockbridge County; thence in a easterly then southerly direction along the Alleghany County line to the corner of Alleghany County, Rockbridge County and Botetourt County; thence in a westerly direction along the Alleghany County line to a point where a small trail intersects the county border about 8,000 feet north of Waits Mountain, being the same point of beginning.

Clifton Forge East Magisterial District. Beginning at a point where Route 664 (Frazier Hill Lane) crosses the Town of Clifton Forge Boundary about 400 feet south of the intersection of Old Verge Street and Frazier Hill Lane; thence in a southerly direction about 500 feet, then easterly direction about 500 feet along the Town of Clifton Forge limits to a point where it intersects a powerline; thence in an easterly direction along the powerline to a point where it intersects US 220 near the intersection of Verge Street and US 220 at Rainbow Gap on the Jackson River; thence in a northerly direction along US 220 to a point where US 220 intersects US 60 just west of Cliftondale Park; thence in northeasterly direction along US 220 (Grafton Street) about 650 feet to a point at where Dry Run crosses under US 220 near the intersection with State Route 671; thence in a northerly direction along Dry Run to the point where it intersects State Route 626 (Portland Avenue) and State Route 662, Medley/Chestnut Street; thence in a northeasterly direction along the centerline of Route 662 (Medley Street) to the point where it intersects US 220 (Grafton Street); thence in a northerly direction along US 220 to a point where it intersects Interstate 64 at Exit 27; thence following the median on Interstate 64 in a westerly direction to the point where it intersects the Clifton Forge Town limits; thence in a northerly direction following the Clifton Forge Town limits to a point where the town limits are intersected by Smith Creek just southeast of the water filtration plant; thence following the Town limits along Smith Creek in a northwesterly direction a point 1000 feet downstream from the Clifton Forge reservoir; thence in a southerly direction along the Clifton Forge Town boundary to a point where it intersects State Route 606 (Sulfur Springs Road); thence in a southeasterly direction along the centerline of Route 606, under the interstate and continuing as Sioux Street; thence continuing on Sioux Avenue as to a point at the intersection with Revere Street; thence along the centerline of Revere Street in a northeasterly direction to a point where it intersects Commercial Avenue; thence in a southern direction along the centerline of Commercial Avenue to a point where it intersects Church Avenue; thence in a westerly direction along the centerline of Church Avenue to a point where it intersects McCormick Blvd; thence in a southerly direction along the centerline of McCormick Blvd to a point where it intersects Main Street; thence in an easterly direction along the centerline of Main Street to a point where it intersects Commercial Avenue; thence in a southerly direction along the Centerline of commercial Avenue to a point where it interests East Ridgeway Street; thence in a northeasterly direction along the centerline of East Ridgeway Street to a point where it intersects Main Street; thence in an easterly direction along the centerline of Main Street to a point where it intersects Jefferson Avenue; thence in a northerly direction along the centerline of Jefferson Avenue to a point where it intersects Pine Street; thence in an easterly direction along the centerline of Pine Street to a point where it intersects B Street; thence in a southerly direction along the centerline of B Street to a point where it intersects Church Street; thence in an easterly direction along the centerline of Church Street to a point where it intersects A Street; thence in a southerly direction along the centerline of A Street, crossing Main Street and continuing across the Jackson River to a point where it intersects Verge Street; thence in an easterly direction along Verge Street to a point at the intersection with Old Verge Street; thence along Old Verge Street in a southerly direction about 50 feet to an intersection with Frazier Hill Lane, State Route 664; thence in a southerly direction along the centerline of Route 664 about 400 feet to a point at the intersection of the Town of Clifton Forge limits and Route 664, being the same point as the beginning.

Clifton Forge West Magisterial District. Beginning at a point where Route 664 (Frazier Hill Lane) crosses the Town of Clifton Forge Boundary about 400 feet south of the intersection of Old Verge Street and Frazier Hill Lane; thence in a westerly direction along the centerline of Route 664 about 1800 feet to a point where an old road/trail intersects Route 664 from the south; thence in a southwesterly direction along the old/trail about 250 feet to a point at the intersection with a powerline; thence in a westerly direction along the powerline (being south of the Jackson River and south of Clifton Forge), to a point where the powerline intersects the end of State Route 1303 (Lipsey Lane) in Low Moor; thence in a northerly direction along Route 1303 to the point where Route 1303 intersects State Route 696 (Selma Low Moor Road); thence in a northeasterly direction along the centerline of Route 696 to a point 50 feet west of the intersection of Route 696 and Oakland Drive where an unnamed creek crosses Route 696; thence along the unnamed drainage along the railroad in a westerly direction, under the railroad, continuing in a northeasterly direction along the drainage between the railroad and Interstate 64 to a point where the creek crosses under Interstate 64 just south of the Community College; thence in an northeasterly direction along the median of Interstate 64 to a point where it crosses State Route 606 (Sulfur Spring Road); ); thence in a southeasterly direction along the centerline of Route 606 (now Sioux Street to a point at the intersection with Revere Street; thence along the centerline of Revere Street in a northeasterly direction to a point where it intersects Commercial Avenue; thence in a southern direction along the centerline of Commercial Avenue to a point where it intersects Church Avenue; thence in a westerly direction along the centerline of Church Avenue to a point where it intersects McCormick Blvd; thence in a southerly direction along the centerline of McCormick Blvd to a point where it intersects Main Street; thence in an easterly direction along the centerline of Main Street to a point where it intersects Commercial Avenue; thence in a southerly direction along the Centerline of commercial Avenue to a point where it interests East Ridgeway Street; thence in a northeasterly direction along the centerline of East Ridgeway Street to a point where it intersects Main Street; thence in an easterly direction along the centerline of Main Street to a point where it intersects Jefferson Avenue; thence in a northerly direction along the centerline of Jefferson Avenue to a point where it intersects Pine Street; thence in an easterly direction along the centerline of Pine Street to a point where it intersects B Street; thence in a southerly direction along the centerline of B Street to a point where it intersects Church Street; thence in an easterly direction along the centerline of Church Street to a point where it intersects A Street; thence in a southerly direction along the centerline of A Street, crossing Main Street and continuing across the Jackson River to a point where it intersects Verge Street; thence in an easterly direction along Verge Street to a point at the intersection with Old Verge Street; thence along Old Verge Street in a southerly direction about 50 feet to an intersection with Frazier Hill Lane, State Route 664; thence in a southerly direction along the centerline of Route 664 about 400 feet to a point at the intersection of the Town of Clifton Forge limits and Route 664, being the same point as the beginning.

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