Town of Mount Jackson
Mount Jackson, Virginia is located in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley and offers beauty and history around every corner. I hope you enjoy your visit and please come back to see us soon. - Mayor of Mount Jackson, J. G. "Bucky" Miller
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About & History

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Valley Turnpike

A major thoroughfare for commerce and transportation arrived in Mount Jackson in 1830. The Valley Turnpike, also known as Route 11, formed the historic base for today’s Interstate 81. Today local, national and international businesses call Mount Jackson home.

These highways have brought business and traffic and people through Mount Jackson for decades. Residents built churches, homes and businesses that now showcase striking examples of early American architectural styles: Victorian, Gothic, American Foursquare, Colonial Revival and more. The National Register of Historic Places added the Town of Mount Jackson Historic District to its register in 1993, thanks to hours of research and effort by Mrs. Betty Burke and the Garden Club.

To learn more about the living history of Mount Jackson, stop by the Mount Jackson Museum, located in Town Center.  For stories of the history of our surrounding area, visit the Shenandoah County Historical Society online. An issue of Cooperative Magazine features Mount Jackson.

To browse the Town Code, click here.

To browse the 2016 Budget Ordinance, click here.

Employment
Current job opportunities with the Town of Mount Jackson are posted in our “news” section. Candidates should download and complete the Town Employment Application located below.
NOTE: Job Applications for the Police Department are a separate application from the regular Town application. Call the town office at 540-477-2121 to pick up a Police Department Application.
Town of Mount Jackson Employment Application

For information on 2016 lifeguard classes, click here.

For information on 2016 swim lessons, click here.

For 2016 Festival registration form, click here.