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Floodplain Management Workshop May 4

Gloucester County is hosting a Floodplain Management Workshop on May 4th at VIMS, Waterman's Hall. There is no charge to attend and lunch will be provided. You must RSVP! The Chapter will issue 3 CEU's but you must sign in and out in order to receive your certificate. Due to the short notice certificates will be emailed to you at a later date. A flyer is attached with additional information. Please direct all questions to Gloucester County as they are hosting the event. Share this information with anyone you think should or may want to attend.
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2016 Summer Seminar & Board Meeting

Save the dates: June 24 - June 25, Hosted by the Monticello Chapter, at the Best Western in Waynesboro, VA.

VAS staff prepares 2016 General Assembly legislative report

To view action on bills affecting surveyors considered in the 2016 session of the Virginia General Assembly, click here.

New ALTA/NSPS Standards

VAS reminds members to review the new ALTA/NSPS standards that went into effect 2/23/16: Standards Details

National Surveyors Week 2016

Governor McAuliffe has issued a proclamation recognizing the surveying profession in celebration of National Surveyors Week. Read the full proclamation

National Surveyors Week, March 20-26, is designed to raise awareness of the surveying profession.

More on National Surveyors Week

Let us know - what are you doing to mark the occasion?

Virginia Association of Surveyors Names Michael Starling as New President

Details here

Virginia Association of Surveyors Announces Plat Contest Winners

Details here

Thursday, January 21, 2016

Workforce Development Motion Adopted by the Board

Click here to read the motion.

Virginia Association of Surveyors Unveils New Logo

Reston, VA, January 15, 2016 - The Virginia Association of Surveyors (VAS) today unveiled its new logo. In a video presentation, VAS President David Gardy and incoming President Michael Starling introduced the membership to the new branding.

The VAS Board of Directors was presented with over a dozen professionally developed logos. After careful consideration, they narrowed the field to three. The Board then presented the three finalists to the membership for a vote.

"The new Virginia Association of Surveyors logo is fresh and forward-thinking," said VAS incoming President Michael Starling.

"It's the perfect marriage between tradition and new endeavors, and the past and future of the Virginia Association of Surveyors."

"The new logo is just the first step towards improving the Virginia Association of Surveyors," said President David Gardy. "We're moving our profession and the VAS into the 21st Century with a new logo, a new website and a new sense of purpose."

The new logo will be on display at the 68th Annual General Membership Meeting and Convention to be held January 21-23, 2016 at the Norfolk Waterside Marriott in Norfolk, Virginia.

A Place In History

The Virginia Association of Surveyors was established in 1948 to promote the interests and professional development of surveyors licensed in the Commonwealth. We accomplish this goal by participating in a wide range of activities, from continuing education and scholarship funding to lobbying efforts in Richmond.

APELSCIDLA Clarifies Land Surveying and Storm Water Management Regulations

In an effort to clarify issues regarding land surveying and storm water management, Kate Nosbisch, APELSCIDLA Executive Director, sent this clarification.

VAS News: VAS Management Transition Complete

Management of the Virginia Association of Surveyors changed hands and the transition is now complete. We thank Judy for all the wonderful work she's done. Going forward, the VAS headquarters is now in Reston, Virginia. (details)

VASPAC Donation Form

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Check the Archives for downloadable files of Meeting Minutes and the "Old Dominion Surveyor" newsletter.







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