See below for election district descriptions, election precincts, polling places and representatives.
District A is in the northeast Montgomery County and includes a portion of the Town of Blacksburg. District A communities and subdivisions include Craigs Creek, Brush Mountain Estates, Preston Forest, Indian Run, Mossy Springs, Lusters Gate, Woodland
Hills, McDonalds Mill, Deercroft, Blacksburg Country Club, High Knob, Foxfire and Cedar Orchard. Town of Blacksburg neighborhoods and areas include Airport Acres, Alleghany, Apperson/Dickerson, Bennett Hill/Progress, downtown, downtown eastside, Ellett/Jennelle,
Grissom/Highland, Houston/Harrell, Miller Southside, Mountain View, Northend and Woodbine/Wyatt. Polling places are Slusser Chapel Church of God on Mt. Tabor Road (Precinct A1), Blacksburg Branch Public Library on Miller Street in Blacksburg (Precinct
A2) and Margaret Beeks Elementary School on Airport Road in Blacksburg (Precinct A3). The Board of Supervisors representative for District A is Sara Bohn.
District B is in central Montgomery County and includes a portion of the Town of Christiansburg. District B communities and subdivisions include Riverwood Estates, Walton Estates, Vicker Heights, Rolling Hills subdivision, Timber Trails subdivision,
Belmont Farms, Cedar Run Acres and Yellow Sulphur Village. Town of Christiansburg neighborhoods and subdivisions include Cambria, New River Village, Belmont Farms, Seneca Springs, Villas at Peppers Ferry, Midway Heights, Windmill Hills, Diamond Pointe,
Vista Via, Slate Creek Commons, Oak Tree Townhomes, Woods Acres, Hill Street, Wheeling Heights, Robin Hood Estates, Hans Meadow, Lester Place, Beverly Hills, Lions Gate and La Plateau. Polling places are North Fork Baptist Church on Luster's Gate
Road (Precinct B1), Church of the Brethren on South Franklin Street in Christiansburg (Precinct B2), Belmont Community Center on Dominion Drive (Precinct B3) and Christiansburg Recreation Center on North Franklin Street in Christiansburg (Precinct
B4). The Board of Supervisors representative for District B is Chris Tuck.
District C is in eastern and southeastern Montgomery County and includes a portion of the Town of Christiansburg. District C communities and subdivisions include Lafayette, Elliston, Shawsville, Ironto, Alleghany Springs, Piedmont, Camp Alta Mons, Flatwoods,
Reesedale, Sugar Grove, Oak Grove, Den Hill, Deer Creek Meadow, HS Tejas, Fox Hollow, The Ridges, Trump Acres and Walnut Creek. Town of Christiansburg neighborhoods and subdivisions include Town and Country Estates, Edgewood, Huff Acres, Summit Ridge,
Franklin Park, Sherwood Estates, Craig Mountain, Arrowhead Estates, Cedar Point, East Ridge, Kingston Court, Raintree Village, Falling Branch, Fox Hollow, Willowbrook, White Pines, Mountain Top Estates and Cumberland Forest. Polling places are Meadowbrook
Branch Public Library on Alleghany Spring Road (Precinct C1), Christiansburg Church of Christ on South Franklin Street in Christiansburg (C2), Hall's United Methodist Church on North Fork Road (Precinct C3) and Falling Branch Elementary School on
Falling Branch Road in Christiansburg (Precinct C4). The Board of Supervisors representative for District C is Steve Fijalkowski.
District D is in southwestern Montgomery County and includes a portion of the Town of Christiansburg. District D communities and subdivisions include Little Montgomery, Snowville, Graystown, Childress, Bethel, Plum Creek, Walton, Riner, Pilot, Basham,
Rogers, Rose Hill, Crab Creek Meadows, Pleasant Acres, Highland Hills, Dry Valley Estates, Ridgeway Farms Estates, Hawks Flight, Smith Creek, Hickory Mountain, Sunflower Acres, Duncan, Brush Creek Plantation, Valley View, Eaglebrook Estates, Auburn
Hills Golf Club, Cloverlea, Hillcrest at Union Valley, Auburn Acres, Round Meadow Country Club, Lonesome Dove, Heritage Place, and Highland Hills. Town of Christiansburg neighborhoods and subdivisions include Kensington, Harman Forest, South Hill
Park, Highland Park, Middle Court Townhomes, Goins, Kamran Drive, Victory Heights, Lee-Hi Court, Harmon Forest, Highland Park, Echo Hills, Ellett, Sunset Hills, Hyde Park and Atkinson Acres. Polling places are Christiansburg Armory on College Street
in Christiansburg (Precinct D1), Auburn High School on Riner Road (Precinct D2), Bethel United Methodist Church on Lovely Mount Drive (Precinct D3), Abundant Life Fellowship on Old Pike Road in Pilot (Precinct D4) and Christiansburg Branch Public
Library on Sheltman Street in Christiansburg (Precinct D5). The Board of Supervisors representative for District D is Todd King.
District E is in northwestern Montgomery County and includes a portion of the Town of Blacksburg. District D communities and subdivisions include Merrimac, Belview, Montgomery Farms, Prices Fork, Mount Zion, Long Shop, Whitethorne, Wake Forest, McCoy,
Big Falls, Price Mountain, Warm Hearth, Sterling Manor, Wells and Radford Army Ammunition Plant staff village. Town of Blacksburg neighborhoods and areas include Ellett/Jennelle, Farmview/Ramble, Hethwood/Prices Fork, Tom’s Creek and Virginia
Tech. Polling places are St. Michael Lutheran Church on Merrimac Road (Precinct E1), the Longshop-McCoy Fire Department on McCoy Road (Precinct E2) and Virginia Tech Squires Student Center (Precinct E3). The Board of Supervisors representative for
District E is Darrell Sheppard.
District F is in north central Montgomery and includes a portion of the Town of Blacksburg. District F communities and subdivisions include Brush Mountain West, Laurel Ridge and Pandapas Pond. Town of Blacksburg neighborhoods include Kanodes Mill,
Glade/Westover, Hethwood/Prices Fork, Kabrich Crescent, McBryde, Northend, Northside Park, Shenandoah, Tom’s Creek, downtown and Virginia Tech. Polling places are Luther Memorial Lutheran Church at Prices Fork and Tom's Creek Roads in Blacksburg
(Precinct F1), Blacksburg Middle School on Prices Fork Road in Blacksburg (Precinct F2), and Virginia Tech Squires Student Center (Precincts E3 and F3). The Board of Supervisors representative for District F is Mary Biggs.
District G is in northeastern Blacksburg and includes a portion of Montgomery County. District G Town of Blacksburg neighborhoods and areas include Apperson/Dickerson, Bennett Hill/Progress, Kabrich Crescent, North Main/Patrick Henry, McBryde, Murphy,
Northend, Northside Park, Shenandoah, Woodbine/Wyatt and downtown. Montgomery County subdivisions include Popular Hollow and Windy Ridge. Polling places are the Blacksburg Community Center on Patrick Henry Drive in Blacksburg (Precinct G1) and Gilbert
Linkous Elementary School on Toms Creek Road in Blacksburg (Precinct G2). The Board of Supervisors representative for District G is April DeMotts.