RADFORD – After 44 years being headquartered in the Town of Pulaski, The New River Valley Agency on Aging and New River Valley Senior Services, a nonprofit transportation service provider, will make their move to Fairlawn.
“This move will centralize our operations here in the New River Valley and be more accessible to the older citizens that we serve,” says Tina King, Executive Director. “Over the years, we have simply outgrown our present office space. The need for enhanced visibility, better visitor parking and a variety of meeting spaces were examined in our search for a new office complex.”
The Agency will occupy a third floor suite at the Radford University Corporate Center. Doors open to the public on Monday, November 25.
During its transition, the Agency encourages all guests to call the office first before leaving home. King wants to ensure clients of the Agency that services will continue without interruption during the Agency’s move.
“It is our goal to make this move a seamless process for our clients, employees and business partners,” she said.
To better assist those with appointments and walk in traffic, the Agency has posted the following schedule:
November 11 – Offices closed for Veteran’s Day Holiday, Pulaski Area Transit open and running on schedule.
November 12 – November 22 – Office at 141 East Main Street, Pulaski, will be closed. All services will be provided. All telephone calls will be answered.
November 25– New office location opens at 6226 University Park Drive, Suite 3100, Fairlawn
November 27– Offices close at noon at 6226 University Park Drive, Fairlawn, for the Thanksgiving Holiday, Pulaski Area Transit open and running on schedule
November 28 and 29 – Offices Closed for Thanksgiving
The New River Valley Agency on Aging is a Governmental Cooperative serving the Counties of Giles, Montgomery, Floyd and Pulaski and the City of Radford. To learn more about our services, please call the office at or visit www.nrvaoa.org.